The Woman He Loved

The Woman He Loved

In 1936, Edward VIII abdicated in order to marry the woman he loved, Wallis Simpson, a twice divorced American. These events caused a scandal around the world and Wallis has since been demonised as the woman who stole the King of England.

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The Woman He Loved torrent reviews

soul r (kr) wrote: slowburn with great dialogue and acting

John A (it) wrote: A Nice Enjoyable Thriller, Which See's Val Kilmer & His Then Wife, Joanne Whalley-Kilmer On The Run From The Cops, Mobsters & A Crazy Killer (Michael Madsen). The Plot Is Decent, But The Performances Especially From Michael Madsen, Make This Film Enjoyable. The Direction & Script Are Quite Good As Well. In The End Director John Dahl Uses A Very Useful Technique, With Twists & Turns. A Good Watch From Start To Finish.

Sufyan J (ru) wrote: again comes the moment when we all see the reality through Madhur Bhandarkar's eyes/////////the filn story is very is the acting with each actor justifying their selection.....but the pick of the lot has to be Manoj Bhajpai for his unnerving , flatterin and bold dialogue delivery.....but dis time round madhur gives a happy ending to the films protagonist unlike before......

Stuart K (br) wrote: Good fight scenes but plot wise nothing you've not seen before. Reminds me of the old 80's ninja movies.

John A (us) wrote: Wind Chill, Is A Creepily Atmospheric Film, Which May Be Slow In Starting But Gives Enough Of A Great Atmosphere To Keep It's Audiences Attention To The End. A Spooky & Smart Horror Thriller, With A Familiar Story, But Manages To Be Smarter Than Some Previous Encounters With A Similar Plot.

Shantel J (ru) wrote: This was one of my favorite movies when I was younger. I still think it is a good movie today.

Chris C (ag) wrote: Like Friday The 13th but without Jason and with mutant insects, Ticks is a gore-fest with better acting and a early solid performance by Seth Green.

Keysha A (ag) wrote: this movie was good too

Kevin R (ag) wrote: You're dead, asshole!A mob boss and his friends are sent into a small town to help negotiate a treaty between rival gangs. The two negotiators are quickly ambushed and will need to rely on desperate measure if they hope to evade these two gangs and return home to safety. "Maybe you're too rich for this business."Takeshi Kitano, director of The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi, Outrage, Beyond Outrage, Boiling Point, Violent Cop, Dolls, and Brother, delivers Sonatine. The storyline for this picture is very interesting and unfolds fairly well. There are some awkward scenes, but some intense and well done action. The cast includes Takeshi Kitano, Aya Kokumai, and Tetsu Watanabe."I'd feel safe when I'm pissing."I found this on Netflix and had to add it to my queue. I enjoyed this film for the most part. There were some awkward sequences that I felt were misguided, but the film itself is definitely worth a viewing. I probably wouldn't add it to my DVD collection.Grade: B

Dave J (de) wrote: Monday, September 19, 2011 (1983) The Black Stallion Returns ADVENTURE After the critical success of "The Black Stallion", the makers thought they could do this again by returning cast and crew to do the follow-up adapted by the same author who wrote the first one called the Black Stallion! The plot has Alec Ramsey (Kelly Reno) who's now older and little taller than he was in the 1979 film, going into another adventure to retrieve his Arabian Stallion, after being taken from him from people claiming that they were the original owners, for the purpose of using him for a race somewhere in the deserts of Casablanca! Not as subtle as the first one, nor as adventurous as one would expect to see after the first one, since they're some far fetched things happening during this kind of an adventure which can sometimes drag, meaning that you'd have to stick it out until the final 20 minutes or so, to make it all worth your while because it avoids cliches! And the final race was just as thrilling as the first movie! Strong 3 out of 4

David G (ca) wrote: I just watched the first 20 minutes of this movie, and it was like spending time with drunks making fools of themselves on my side of a bar, forcing me to leave the bar immediately. I can't imagine watching the whole thing. Ugh.

Helen B (us) wrote: really enjoyable film, great twists. I had a lot of fun deciphering it.

Jay L (au) wrote: "Loyalty above all else...except honor". A very formulaic, but watchable and somewhat enjoyable action thriller. Striking Distance is a tense, gripping and actually quite a suspenseful endeaver. A film that has some trouble out of the gate, but gathers itself and regains composure enough to be a rather gripping film. Its doesnt get better than cop vs. cop in this tension packed mystery police thriller. Director Rowdy Herrington (Gladiator, Road House) helmed a solid film here, flawwed, but a solid film nonetheless. Bruce Willis and Sarah Jessica Parker sizzle together on screen, both do a good job throughout. Striking Distance is a decent 90's film, you will know what your getting yourself into.