After the deaths of d'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis the Queen Anna of Austria has to ask for help of the heroes' sons. They, however, cannot fulfill her request on their own. The ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vozvrashchenie mushketyorov, ili Sokrovishcha kardinala Mazarini
After the deaths of d'Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis the Queen Anna of Austria has to ask for help of the heroes' sons. They, however, cannot fulfill her request on their own. The ...
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Aednat K (us) wrote: I didn't fast forward which means the storyline was intriguing especially considering Bollywood movies are lengthy. Thought the chemistry and love story was cute and loved one of the songs. Loved that the female character was independent and strong .
Tim M (ag) wrote: As a fan of Blair, Ribisi, Smart, and Lee, it was a real treat. Plenty of twists.
BP H (us) wrote: interesting at best... perhaps longer then it need to be...
Marc (nl) wrote: Joaquin is lucky to be paired with Ms. Connelly, what a woman.
Colin K (mx) wrote: Average or below average thriller - acting/plot/action are not tha scary or compelling.
Mark S (jp) wrote: The touching, not sappy or pretentious, story of a little girl who is trying to cope with the death of a parent. Wonderful performances by the children. Strongly recommended.
Amir S (es) wrote: I didn't like the movie but will read the book soon
Graham M (mx) wrote: Ralph Bakshi clearly had LotR on the mind when he made this, and while the tone and mix of science-fiction and fantasy may have been ahead of its time, the plot and characters are all over the place.
Kyle B (it) wrote: The performances are excellent and one of Nicholson's finest but the story is kind of boring. Kind of. It has something that enjoyed but it needed a little more spunk
Riley H (ag) wrote: Interesting premise but no movie. The acting is terrible (especially the husband, who is a walking cliche, and Bronson goes without saying). The scenes get more and more preposterous. I am generally totally opposed to remakes but this is a film that almost deserves one. Take the premise, which could very well be interesting, and make a totally different and superior film out of it.
Franois d (au) wrote: Peter Cushing est formidable dans le role titre du baron Frankenstein. Jamais avait-on ete aussi loin dans l'elaboration de ce personnage charismatique qui venait d'atteindre son apogee
Tracie S (gb) wrote: It's Elvis...he's great in everything.
jay n (es) wrote: Utterly ordinary comedy drama whose sole distinction is the pairing of Gable and Lombard in their only appearance together. They do well but Carole was still a few years from her breakthrough as a major star in Twentieth Century and here is just a leading lady with too blonde hair and awful makeup hiding her natural radiance. Worth one watch for the pairing but you'll forget it almost as soon as it's over.
Rameshwar I (ru) wrote: I was actually dreading to watch this movie since most similar genre movies end up to be melodramatic, preachy and finally sappy. My expectation started to turn out true with an irritating opening song through the credits and character introductions, but like the movie - I couldn't get the song out of my head now. Be it Michael Rapaport's unending bickering and whining, suave looks of Uma Thurman and then a masterstroke in a mature than her age teenager role of Natalie Portman. Adding her performance with 'Leon - The Professional', Natalie Portman is yesteryear's Chloe Mortez - but that is being generous for Chloe. Every serious, melodramatic moment has a fresh twist to make it entertaining, every character superbly defined and stay true to their character till the end. It was all in all an excellent ensemble performance from all involved appraising an equally well written script. Willie (Timothy Hutton) is at a crossroads with his career going nowhere as a musician and his relationship stuck due to his commitment phobia. He decides to comeback to his hometown to attend his high school reunion while catching up on his old friends Tommy (Matt Dillon), Mo (Noah Emmerich) and Paul (Michael Rapaport) each going through different phases in their life and relationships. When Willie thinks nothing could go any worse, he falls for a 13 year old Marty (Natalie Portman) There is a wicked sense of humor here commonly not associated with movies of that era. While the director treasures and elevates some key moments, also tries to keep it a little lighter and borderline quirky. What this movie required was not great performances but spontaneous ones and gets plenty of them from the able cast, especially little Natalie Portman. The background score could have been better except for the irritatingly catchy opening song which is used extensively throughout the movie. There is a little lull somewhere before the last quarter part of the movie, but picks up quite well leading to a predictable yet well executed finish. A rare male perspective romantic comedy with a superb spontaneous ensemble performance
Rangan R (gb) wrote: The story of how to mess up the second chance as well.A much better film than I anticipated from the director of 'Superbad'. This is a television film, that's the sad part, but the production quality was like made for the big screens. From the title to the performances and the locations, all were very good. This is the tale of a man who gave up his share in a startup to realise it a few years later that he had lost a big fortune. And his second chance, how he's going to react and what he gets is what the film was focused.The casting was really good. Even for the tiny roles, many big names came in. But Larry David ruled as the story presented from his perspective. Don't ignore it thinking it is a small screen product, because this was a unique story and very entertaining. Almost a perfect flick, including a fine pace. But in a few segments, it dragged with unnecessary scenes. More like unneeded developments to stretch the runtime. Though there's no complaint for the overall film. It's not a must see film, but if you miss it you are going to miss out a good entertainment. And finally, I liked the end credits.7/10