The Terror

The Terror

Lieutenant Andre Duvalier has been accidentally separated from his regiment. He is wandering near the coast when he sees a young woman. He asks the road to Coldon, where he hopes to rejoin his regiment. But the woman doesn't answer, doesn't even greet him and walks away. Eventually she takes him to the sea, where she disappears in rough water. How can he save the mysterious girl?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:81 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:ghost,   manservant,   rescue,  

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Humad S (gb) wrote: Not bad. Saves me from having to read the origin story at least.

Lu L (fr) wrote: great songs but, unfortunately, poor plot...

Ehsan L (nl) wrote: Taste of Cherry is sweet taste of "acceptance of ?having a huge problem" and "having a bravely huge solution" for the problem. It's not about suicide totally. The main actor is not a depressed man totally. The only scene that he has anxiety is about a scene where a Turkish taxidermist tries to disturb his solution. Please attend, in the framework of story, the film shows all people have a problem but they can not decide and act a bravely job. The main actor is only man who can do this and can taste the sweet cherry. On the hills, up-to-down and bottom-up behavior of the car can tell you what is the truth.

Edgar C (ca) wrote: Superb. 1993 was the year in which Kitano consolidated his style and was finally capable of transforming violence into art, and guns into dance moves. Amazing cinematography, a bizarre score, wonderful landscapes and black humor are the ingredients of the Japanese father of Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance.91/100

Skyler B (de) wrote: A film of terror, horror, and the unending torture of life. I can't stress enough: THIS IS NOT A KIDS MOVIE.

Keegan S (jp) wrote: Honestly liked this movie a lot.

Jonathan D (kr) wrote: After Director Ang Lee's (Sense and Sensibility, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) artsy-fartsy take on The Hulk tanked at the box office a few years ago, things looked dire for the big green dude. So what was in order? Recast the franchise, get a new director, and basically pretend the first one never happened. This is a reboot of the Hulk franchise, and it's a credit to the filmmakers that I very much enjoyed this film, given that I have no history of giving a crap about the Hulk or his tendency to smash things. I've always looked on the character with mild disdain, writing him off as a Jekyll & Hyde-type on steroids. But this Hulk kept me entertained from start to finish.Credit must be given to Edward Norton, whose Bruce Banner is a lonely, tortured soul who struggles to keep the rageful beast within him at bay. Norton makes a sympathetic lead, and he does some fine character work here. Nothing amazing, ala Christian Bale or Robert Downey Jr., but solid nonetheless. Liv Tyler does just fine (though there's sure to be some inexplicable hatred for her by the public...there always is for the love interest in superhero movies! I don't get it. I liked Katie Holmes, Kirsten Dunst, and Kate Bosworth just fine). William Hurt, Tim Roth...the entire cast turns in good performances. The cinematography is excellent (some stuff in Brazil is particularly eye-catching). The pacing is great, and while there is some down-time between Hulk moments, the film doesn't lag. This is a much more somber movie than the crowd-pleasing Iron Man, but the handful of attempts at humor hit the mark just fine.Most importantly, the film gives you a good dose of Hulk smashing things real good. The CGI on the Hulk is far better than the trailers made me think it'd be (with a few exceptions). The action in this movie is fantastic, visceral, hard-hitting stuff. You truly feel the physical power of the character, and a couple moments startle you with their raw power. The final battle in particular is a lot of fun. I really enjoyed the exploration of the villain's motives (villains who think they're doing the right thing are always more interesting), as well as Bruce's desire to control his demons. Good people have a dark side, and bad people often have some virtue left in them, and this movie explores that idea to good effect.Flaws? Well, being a comic-book movie, you have to suspend disbelief (even within the rules of its own universe) about what's possible or even plausible. Some plot-holes arise (although some are later explained, in the moment I was thinking "wait, what?"). One side character's actions seem like a bit of a stretch. But mostly, any qualms I have stem from the fact that I've been spoiled by excellent superhero movies, like Iron Man and Batman Begins. This is not an excellent superhero movie. It is, however, a very good superhero movie that has some truly rockin' action, solid character work, and good acting. It's more than worth catching in the theatres. (Rated PG-13 for action violence, mild language, and a brief foreplay scene that goes nowhere). ***1/2 (out of five).

James M (ru) wrote: A crap story dressed up in what seems like a decent film but it isn't really. Also a detail is how was an anglo saxon looking white american wearing a white linen suit able to evade capture for murder in Greece despite the Greek police been everywhere?

Danny R (ru) wrote: Adaption of the famous SNL skit brings our favorite metalheads to the big screen. Wayne and Garth are offered their own commercialised TV show but they soon learn that stardom isn't all its cracked up to be. This comedy is memorable and the soundtrack rocks.

Ryan F (ag) wrote: I absolutely love this movie and I watch it regularly. If the zombie apocalypse is this much fun, bring it on. This movie benefits from a great cast and a great/funny script that works on every level. And there is now way to overemphasize Woody Harrelson's great and enthusiastic performance in this movie. The cast works great together and benefits strongly from a great cameo by Bill Murray.