The Woman in Green

The Woman in Green

A series of murders of women, each with a forefinger posthumously removed, leads Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to a society of hypnotists and a mysterious, glamorous woman. The case takes an intriguing turn when the fiendish Dr. Moriarty - last seen swinging from the hangman's noose - appears to be involved.

Sherlock Holmes investigates when young women around London turn up murdered, each with a finger severed off. Scotland Yard suspects a madman, but Holmes believes the killings to be part of a diabolical plot. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David F (us) wrote: Fascinating documentary about a huge development coming to Brooklyn in which the government and real estate developers seemingly conspire against a few holdout homeowners and businesses with the aid of astroturf community organizations and eminent domain laws which give the state the right to basically take property away from people and give it to someone else to build on. It(TM)s fascinating and heartbreaking to watch the graphic designer who lives in the footprint of the proposed stadium/shopping/housing complex as he(TM)s worn down over the roughly 6 years it takes between announcing the project and the beginning of its construction. The maneuverings of the developers mostly happen off camera but the portrait of the neighborhood in the crosshairs of urban renewal is very moving indeed.

Kevin H (nl) wrote: As the number of insect thrillers produced by First Look Entertainment continue to rise (Mosquito Man, Larva), Deep Evil seems to be the most original.A meteorite crashes in Syberia back in the 1950's containing alien DNA, it quickly spreads through a top secret base and wipes everyone out before a nuke makes toast out of everything....or so we thought. Fastforward 50 years and the same virus that wiped out the last bio-station strikes again, but this time it wasn't contained. The entire movie is basically a flashback from one character's view point. Its tough to explain the rest of the movie so I'll make it short....black op, no survivors.The storyline itself was interesting until you were able to figure out the end before the climax even began. I really wanted to like this movie for it had a lot of suspicion. No kidding, this movie actually kept me on the edge of my seat for a while until I realized the ending like I said earlier. For those who have seen this movie, you know the exact scene I am referring to. This movie showed some promise and had some cool convulsing effects, plus I always love to see movies where the bad guys win. The only problem I had with this movie was there wasn't any nudity. Other than that it was a very underrated flick that most people gave a bad rating because they don't like movies that make you think 3 out of 5

Kate F (ru) wrote: the sexy assassin film of all time...meet charlene and kathleen...

Andrew R (ag) wrote: The story of a crew of inept wanna-be criminals is engaging as a faux-caper and as buddy comedy. The story and characters are quirky, funny and has a certain charm, but mostly because they are all over the place. It's absurd, amusing and entertaining... and that's what makes it work.

Luke B (ag) wrote: Should be mandatory viewing for anyone who's gone to college in the last 20 years.

Brandon B (ca) wrote: Batshit crazy...also NOT for kids if you read how the movie was made

James M (es) wrote: More farce, romps and slapstick from the Carry On team.

Flamingo P (kr) wrote: SUCH A FUN FILM FOR THE FAMILY. IT WAS REALLY A TREAT TO FINALLY SEE THEM IN COLOR LOL.

Bradley H (es) wrote: If Pacino were not so watchable, it would be a fairly jumbled bust.

GM W (br) wrote: Director, David Cronenberg, directs his new addition to his Filmography. Maps to the Stars, is a satire/comedy on the dark side of Hollywood, and how Hollywood operates behind the scenes. great film!

Logan M (mx) wrote: "To the Wonder" is as unpretentious and experimental as any film I've come to expect from Terrence Malick, but this portrait of a marriage sadly finds the visionary director at his most cinematically underwhelming.

gary t (kr) wrote: WOW......WOW......WOW.....WOW.....STUNNING......FANTASTIC......GENIUS.......AMAZING......I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A BRILLIANT MOVIE 2 WATCH......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie.....I think that james garner (.R.I.P.), brian Bedford, yves montand (.R.I.P.), Antonio sabato, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this drama/classics movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......I think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch.........I think that this is such cult classics movie 2 watch......I think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch....... The film includes real-life racing footage and cameo appearances by drivers including Formula One World Champions Phil Hill, Graham Hill, Juan Manuel Fangio, Jim Clark, Jochen Rindt and Jack Brabham. Other drivers who appeared in the film include Dan Gurney, Richie Ginther, Joakim Bonnier, Bruce McLaren and Jo SiffertThe making was a race itself, as John Sturges and Steve McQueen planned to make a similar movie titled Day of the Champion. Due to their contract with the German Nrburgring, Frankenheimer had to turn over 27 reels shot there to Sturges. Frankenheimer was ahead in schedule anyway, and the McQueen/Sturges project was called off, while the German race track was only mentioned briefly in Grand Prix.The F1 cars in the film are mostly mocked-up Formula 3 cars made to look like contemporary F1 models, although the film also used footage from actual F1 races.[citation needed] Some of this was captured by Phil Hill, the 1961 World Champion, who drove modified camera cars in some sessions during the 1966 Monaco and Belgian Grands Prix. This was some of the earliest experimentation with in-car cameras for Formula One.The actual level of driving ability of the actors varied wildly - Bedford couldn't drive at all and was only ever in the car for close-up shots. Sabto was very slow and nervous, Montand himself scared very easily early in filming and was often towed rather than driving the car, but Garner was very competent and even took up racing and entering cars as a direct result of his involvement in the film. So impressive were Garner's driving skills that some of the real Formula One drivers, including Graham Hill and Jack Brabham, reportedly told Garner that he could have been a successful Grand Prix driver if he had not gone into acting.The helmet design that James Garner's character uses is that of then-Grand Prix race driver Chris Amon from New Zealand. The only difference was a silhouette of a Kiwi bird that was normally on the side of Amon's helmet that was left off Garner's, as his character was an American. Brian Bedford's character used a helmet design that was the same as that of real life 1966 BRM driver Jackie Stewart. As Bedford couldn't drive, this was done so that they could shoot footage of Stewart driving the BRM (with a balaclava over his face to hide that it wasn't actually Bedford driving) and pass it off as Bedford.Circuits featured in the film include; Circuit de Monaco (Monaco), Clermont-Ferrand (France), Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), Circuit Park Zandvoort (Netherlands), Brands Hatch (United Kingdom), and Autodromo Nazionale Monza (Italy). The Nrburgring (Germany), Watkins Glen International (USA), and the Autdromo Hermanos Rodrguez (Mexico) were all mentioned in the film but there was no footage shown.The camera car used on the tracks was a Ford GT40 driven by Phil Hill. Cameras were mounted at the front and/or rear of the GT40 with front and rear body panels being removed as necessary. Aerial shots were filmed from an Alouette III helicopter.During the making of the film both Frankenheimer and Garner were interviewed by Alan Whicker for the BBC television series Whicker's WorldNon-actors appearing include broadcaster Raymond Baxter, who interviews Nino Barlini after he wins the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch.I think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch, it is such a really sad movie 2 watch but it is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch......it is such a fantastic drama movie 2 watch, its got such a brilliant cast throughout this movie......I think that james garner (.R.I.P.), was absolutely brilliant throughout this movie.......I think that this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch with such a brilliant cast throughout this movie.......