The Thief of Bagdad
When Prince Ahmad (John Justin) is blinded and cast out of Bagdad by the nefarious Jaffar (Conrad Veidt), he joins forces with the scrappy thief Abu (the incomparable Sabu, in his definitive role) to win back his royal place, as well as the heart of a beautiful princess (June Duprez).
- Stars:Conrad Veidt, Sabu, June Duprez, John Justin, Rex Ingram, Miles Malleson, Morton Selten, Mary Morris, Bruce Winston, Hay Petrie, Adelaide Hall, Roy Emerton, Allan Jeayes,
- Director:Ludwig Berger, Michael Powell, Tim Whelan, Alexander Korda, Zoltan Korda, William Cameron Menzies,
After being tricked and cast out of Bagdad by the evil Jaffar, King Ahmad joins forces with a thief named Abu to reclaim his throne, the city, and the Princess he loves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Thief of Bagdad torrent reviews
(de) wrote: wtf!! nothing good to comment .. if you have a choice then don't go for this one .. waste of time and money though it promises to give you some laugh
(ca) wrote: A very bog standard horror/thriller that feels like a low budget attempt to be "Event Horizon". A group of unconvincing characters wander around two or three small sets whilst being "haunted" by visions.The "monster" isnt very scary or effective and in the end, it's quite hard to figure out what is going on. Shane West is bland as the movie's leading man whilst TV stalwarts Callum Blue and Theo Rossi are left with nothing to work with.Best avoided like Djin
(mx) wrote: While I usually love romantic comedies, this movie was not the best or most believable plot.
(de) wrote: His masterpiece, without a doubt. The languid pacing, the restrained performance from Asano contrasted with the anguished melancholy of Boomyasak, all the parts of this film simply work sublimely to create a lofty meditation on loneliness, death, crime and perception. Bloody excellent stuff.
(fr) wrote: not hilarious but pretty funny and creative. goes where you don't expect it to. fun horror comedy (about 3 viewings)
(nl) wrote: Utterly ghastly in every way.
(jp) wrote: Did I change or did the film simply not pass the test of time!
(us) wrote: A study in separation, old age and loneliness - you can see why audiences stayed away in their droves, but also why the film is ripe for reappraisal as an item altogether far from what was then the Hollywood norm... Benefitting greatly from McCarey's sure touch, it's beautifully observed and performed, a real (and apparently recurring) American tragedy, as relevant upon its DVD reissue in 2010 - at a time when budgets for provision of the elderly were being pared away, and the responsibility of care faced by families consequently grew ever greater - as it would have been first time round.
(jp) wrote: I love productions with David Suchet in them but this flick's storyline was a pale repeat of many others. There's been some true classics but this is not one of them.
(gb) wrote: I can't walk away without telling the truth: it's a rip-off of 'Shaun of the Dead' by every aspect imaginable. I can see shots that might as well be taken straight from it. This doesn't mean it could go horribly, but unfortunately it did anyway. The characters are just plain annoying and I don't call anything said in a London accent comedy, because this film really does seem to think that anything said by an old age pensioner from London is funny. There were one or two laughs at the start, but from then on in it's cheap, sleep material. I probably would have been nicer to the film if it dropped the comedy aspect all together and then just tried to be so bad it's good (not that it would have been). However, after all that wining and winging, I guess it's a decent try. There are: perfect sets for a zombie flick; perfect make-up for a zombie flick and perfect atmosphere for a zombie flick. For that final tick, all it needs is a good script, because the horrific problem that plagues this so called 'comedy' zombie flick is simple - it's not funny!
(ru) wrote: Bleak but decent horror/monster movie. A woman and her teenage son move to a small Scottish town but it soon becomes clear that they don't stick around in these places for long as it seems they, the boy Fergal in particular, are being hunted by a man using witchcraft to help get into their strange world but Fergal's mum is also a powerful witch and uses her powers to deflect him. Meanwhile, a beast is lurking around town, killing people at night...Outcast is pretty bleak and dark. It's rainy setting perfect for this type of film, giving it a gritty feel. I also enjoyed the occult element, Outcast not just being another generic monster/werewolf movie, more of a brutal horror/thriller with a pinch of coming-of-age to. British viewers might also recognise James Nesbitt and Kate Dickie, who do a fine job along with the, mostly young, cast.
(br) wrote: A hillarious Adaption of the Edgar Allen Poe Version of Sindbad (Why it was spelled Sinbad in English?) with great Fights and a great Lou Ferrigno