The Spanish Gardener
British diplomat Harrington Brande takes up his new lowly post in Spain accompanied by his son Nicholas. That his wife had left him seems to have affected his career. Nicholas sees it all as something of an adventure and soon becomes friends with the new gardener, Jose. As Nicholas begins to spend more time with Jose, his father takes offense and is concerned at the boy's loss of affection for him. It leads him to bar Nicholas from even speaking to the gardener. And soon tensions mount.
- Stars:Dirk Bogarde, Jon Whiteley, Michael Hordern, Cyril Cusack, Maureen Swanson, Lyndon Brook, Josephine Griffin, Bernard Lee, Rosalie Crutchley, Ina De La Haye, Geoffrey Keen, Harold Scott, Jack Stewart, Richard Molinas, Susan Lyall Grant,
- Director:Philip Leacock,
- Writer:John Bryan (screenplay), A.J. Cronin (novel), Lesley Storm (screenplay)
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The Spanish Gardener torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: This was pretty boring
(us) wrote: Even if the animation is good, the story is dumb & the characters are unlikable
(au) wrote: Old School Horror Feel And An Amazing New Slasher Killer!
(kr) wrote: Yet another generic techno blow em' up storyless action flop starring two has-beens Antonio Banderas and Lucy Liu...it's a joke.
(ag) wrote: A great idea for a movie, and amazingly engaging. Very War of the Roses in a way. You end up really taking sides, and hating or loving these characters. Undoubtedly, there're millions of families out there who could identify 100% with this film.
(ru) wrote: a lot of action in this movie. cool
(ag) wrote: original = good.The next ten = unnessesary
(ru) wrote: This is movie is light hearted full of laughs and humorous situations. I really enjoyed it. Most of the cast is small names but they all do well especially Joe Peci, who is perfect in his role and David Spade who adds a lot of laughs for a small amount of camera time he has. I recommend this to anyone who likes Weekend at Bernie's type humor.
(fr) wrote: "Catch Me If You Can" offers something you rarely see in film, fun while have the dramatic moments.
(kr) wrote: A must see documentary.
(kr) wrote: The Tomb of Ligeia is another highly entertaining Poe adaptation from Roger Corman that features Vincent Price in the leading role. As with the bulk of Corman's Poe adaptations, The Tomb of Ligeia is only loosely based on Poe's story "Ligeia," yet it remains a classic piece of horror cinema that magically manages to maintain the spirit of Poe as do so many of Corman's films from the 1960s. Vincent Price is awesome in his role of the mournful widower who remarries in an attempt to replace his miraculous, deceased wife. In this film, Corman expands upon Poe's story with mesmerism, evil cats, and reclusive studies of Egyptology in a way that makes a somewhat creepy and always hysterical adaptation of Poe that fits well alongside his other Poe classics like The Pit and the Pendulum and The Fall of the House of Usher.
(fr) wrote: Tookie was way more swoll than Jamie Foxx was in this, but whatever.
(jp) wrote: There are a lot of good Danish films out there, but they haven't been hanging on the trees lately. This one, however, is a really, really good film. I am not sure if it would be as good as it is if it wasn't for Paprika Steen's fantastic performance as an alcoholic mother. She lifts the movie to a whole other level. She's amazing and I don't think I've ever seen her better than this. I am hoping for a Danish Oscar-nomination this year for "Best Foreign Film" in form of either this one or Thomas Winterberg's Submarino.
(ru) wrote: A pretty nice (yet typical) drama, where actors get to get out of their comfort zones. However, the storyline was incoherent, backstories never really established and the timeline was creative at best. Great acting though and amazing cinematography!