The Woman in Black
When a friendless old widow dies in the seaside town of Crythin, a young solicitor is sent by his firm to settle the estate. The lawyer finds the townspeople reluctant to talk about or go near the woman's dreary home and no one will explain or even acknowledge the menacing woman in black he keeps seeing.
- Stars:Adrian Rawlins, Bernard Hepton, David Daker, Pauline Moran, David Ryall, Clare Holman, John Cater, John Franklyn-Robbins, Fiona Walker, William Simons, Robin Weaver, Caroline John, Joseph Upton, Steven Mackintosh, Andy Nyman,
- Director:Herbert Wise,
- Writer:Susan Hill (based on the book by), Nigel Kneale (screenplay)
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The Woman in Black torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Great & funny follow up / conclusion to Tangled.
(gb) wrote: femaile racing in the swedish woods, funny and a really easy and in a way showing the reallity how narrowed minded some people are,
(us) wrote: didn't really like it that much
(us) wrote: Like American Psycho but with absolutely no regard for taste or subtext. This is the ??story?? of a German (therefore read Nazi) who likes to explore the topless clubs of Las Vegas, getting the girls to come home with him and then hacking them to pieces, usually fiercely banging them either before, during or after the hacking. The film is certainly as interested in the fierce banging, if not more so, as the hacking and overall there is a surprising lack of gore compared to the buckets, nay, barrels of blood splashed around. It??s also surprising that this film is pretty modern, it has the feel of a shitty 70s splatter although I can??t recall anything from that era with quite the same abandon. Banned in the UK (bit ott) but if you do end up seeing it, you too with marvel at why the little girl decides to confront him and search out his secret torture/hacking room only to run off and do nothing about it.
(jp) wrote: Amy Adams deserved the Oscar. End of story.
(ru) wrote: A feature length documentary about MotoGP? Well if thats not enough you can fuck off up the model village!
(br) wrote: Awful! boring, don't waste your time in watching this. Those who put five stars will have to explain the hype to me! Not entertaining at all by any means. Avoid for your own sake
(mx) wrote: loved the soundtrack!!especially while a blond girl is going down the street..so sensual..
(nl) wrote: This movie is a god awful trainwreck. Darth Vader's quote at the end says it best: "NOOOOOOO!!!!" Thanks for ruining your own beloved franchise, George.
(mx) wrote: Not only does "Mask of Satan" has one of the most memorable and horrible openings in horror history, it also presents for your viewing pleasure a crumbling castle, a haunted mausoleum, flickering candles, ancient curses, doppelgangers, cobwebs, buxom wenches, an innocent virgin, a murderous bat, superstitious locals, revenants clawing their way out of graves, an old man staring into a fire, secret tunnels, protecting talismans, spooky portraits, men of science having their certitude shaken by the inexplicable, the faint hint of incest, howling creatures, and a mob of angry villagers brandishing pitchforks. For the sheer delirious pleasure of wallowing in the most Gothic of all Gothic movies, "Mask of Satan" is a delight. For the interest of seeing where the talent of genre legend Mario Bava became undeniably apparent, it's a must-see.
(au) wrote: I'd wanted to see this for ages, because Alan Parker is such a great director and the concept seemed so wacky in a good way. Unfortunately, the film is just wacky in a bad way. Not sure why the reviews are so high.
(ag) wrote: Well of course the set design is incredible, as it's an early 60s epic. And there's a cast of thousands, as it's an early 60s epic. And those things are nice to look at. So are the locations. This is the best "Come to Spain" ad I've seen in some time. The film is intermnible. But worse, in it's 3 plus hours there are...plot holes! How is that possible? What was the original cut? Heston's motivations are often sketchy. Sometimes we're supposed to think of him as some kind of male Joan of Arc, other times merely as a really good citizen, or as a man who is rather ridiculously in love with the woman who's father he killed. The narration is thrown in when they need it and pops up here and there (three times I thnk) to keep the film at three hours. I really can't imagine how long it would have been had they tried to tell more of this story. What's with the pronunciation of Jimena? It sounds like they are all saying Chemen or something. Too long, too traditional, too "epic," too boring.
(it) wrote: Slow, confusing, but not a bad sci-fi flick. There isn't much action, but it makes up for it with thrills and story. The character's are not really too interesting, but they fit the overall plot well. It does get a little old after 40 minutes though, but otherwise, a decent watch.
(us) wrote: I really dug this flick. I enjoy the frenetic editing and stylized shooting style employed by Neveldine/Taylor, and I was rather amused by the over stimulated future world they portrayed here if only because we feel like we're well on our way there already. Plus it's funny to see Michael C. Hall doing the corn-pone campy shit, mugging for the camera and obviously having a helluva lot of fun in his role.This is a fun film, and if you liked Crank, you'll really enjoy this.Give this one a rental at the very least.