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The Voice

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length: 97 minutes
  • Release: 2010
  • Language: Turkish
  • IMDB link: The Voice
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Users reviews


Ennis Brokeback L (nl)

Both segments had room for improvement but Two Evil Eyes is still a great double dose of horror from two of the greatest icons in horror. Dario argento and George A Romero directing


Joseph P (mx)

Good for a lazy weekend movie if on TV but don't go searching for it. Sean Bean (from Game of Thrones) drew me to this movie and had a solid performance, but the story and action was only so-so. . Eh, wasn't bad


Mindi B (es)

?. i never know how to rate movies that are good, but depressing


Miriam G (es)

David Tennant's Hamlet is generally very good, but I felt that at times he slipped out of actually playing the part and just went into craziness shtick or routine. The performances are good all around, particularly Laertes. By and large a very good adaptation, leaving the text almost entirely whole and unviolated, as it should be


peter g (kr)

this was intresting enough and made you think about the faith in god etc and quite a emotional film too


Qi Z (gb)

But the merit of this film lies in the question of how do we love -- what or where does the ephemeral sense of trust and connection resides and how does one capture or maintain it. In fact, the denouement is predictable. One should not trouble to figure out "what actually happened"