When the war breaks out, Annika lives with her parents in Värmland, close to the border to Norway. Her cousin Harald is a dealer in the black market but has to escape from the police to Norway. Annika moves to Stockholm and gets a job as a waitress. She meets the happy-go-lucky Berit and together they have a wonderful time. She also meets a young man, Bengt, whom she marries. But almost immediately she discovers that her husband is different from the man who was courting her. Plot by Mattias Thuresson.

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1939 torrent reviews

Jacob M (us) wrote: Fantastic look into the criminals that inhabit the world of Batman. DC has a treasure trove of villains and finally gives the audience a good look into some not so well known ones. The gentle sprinkling in of Batman let's the story feel like the suicide squad film that it should be. Great fun for those who want to find out more about the Batmanverse.

Daniel v (ag) wrote: Action with a capital A! Compliments for the begin of the movie, but the whole movie is nice to watch. I would recommend this movie to action lovers

Dallas C (nl) wrote: awesome movie series

Fayfay S (nl) wrote: some moments are very intense.

Ingrid H (ag) wrote: Awwww. I love Casey Affleck. He's so cute. Oh, and it's a good movie.

Shane H (es) wrote: A dark movie about a computer nerd who has a little trouble with thinking everyone is out to get him. He works from home and has a project that he is working on a the deadline is in 24 hours. He really loves his milk and makes frequent trips to the store. There is a specific brand he likes. When he gets back to his place there is a package inside his apartment and the door was locked when he got there. The parcel is empty and that starts a series of events that sends Simon over the edge of sanity. The cimenatography is really dark to match the film. It's a wild ride thats for sure.

George B (mx) wrote: The worst Seagal movie ever!!!:rotten: [size=4]0.50/10[/size]

Dave A (ru) wrote: Here's my takeaway from "Invincible": Never settle, keep reaching.

Martin Al A (it) wrote: The only good thing about this film is Jessica Alba!

Jamiee (jp) wrote: I just watched this after buying it from a dvd bin in Zellers for exactly 2.99

GM W (kr) wrote: Writer/Director James Cameron (The Terminator 1&2, The Abyss, and True Lies) writes and directs a film about historical fiction at its finest. Set in 1912, when the Titanic was just constructed, two people from two opposite worlds strike up a romance, and try to experience before the sinking of the Titanic. Starring, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, James Cameron gets two very honest and real performances. The Oscar winning soundtrack composed by musical genius, James Horner, fits perfectly into this masterpiece, and evokes emotions beyond all comprehension. Titanic is a great romance, and a very intense action film which will make you laugh, cry, and much more!

Lyloo H (es) wrote: anyone who like strange movie.....this is one of them....don't miss it!

Russell H (fr) wrote: As many others have said, this is a disappointing sequel to the great Chinatown.

Lisa H (fr) wrote: One of the best movies I've seen in a while. Kept my interest, had comedy and suspense, had a great cast and wasn't your usually plot. Loved how the end turned out, too.

Scott W (fr) wrote: Stretches credibility, even for Argento, and lacks the style of his earlier movies. There are memorable horror elements, a vat full of body parts and maggots, Donald Pleasence skewered to death while on a stairlift and a few jumps, but overall a preposterous mess.

James H (fr) wrote: Probably the heaviest and most compelling coming-of-age in American films I've ever seen. The scope of the film is just amazing as it shows a young man pass through more levels and segments of American society than he ever imagined existed. Show this one to your 18 to 20 year old kids.

Alex K (es) wrote: My Favorite Romance Film Is 1997's Titanic.

Christopher E (jp) wrote: Filled with intense action and a unique premise, "Children of Men" is a solid dystopian flick. In a futuristic dystopia, the human race is on the edge of extinction when nobody is able to reproduce. But Theo finds himself fighting for life when he has to escort a woman, who just so happens to be the first pregnant woman in nearly three decades. The best thing about this movie is the action. If you're an up and coming director and you want to learn how to build up action scenes, chase scenes, shoot outs, and more, this is the film to study. The way they direct action scenes and bring out the grittiness in each one really says a lot. I'm normally not a fan of chase scenes, as they have mostly become fairly generic, but here, these were some of my favorite chase scenes. They were intense, real, heart pounding, and they worked really well. This movie deserves an A for it's violence and brutality. For a movie made a decade ago, it still looks really good. Most "futuristic" movies are often flooded with CGI and dated graphics, but this movie builds this dark and practical world, and it's ugly. This movie looked really good and it sets the tone early on.This movie was well written and had a really intriguing premise. The overall story and premise had me hooked throughout and I was always excited to see where the story would take me next. It's a smart and in depth human drama that really emphasizes on this collapsing society. It's not something that's common now a days and it's brutal. In the end, this film was a solid and intense futuristic thriller with plenty of positives about it.

Scott M (br) wrote: I like this movie a lot. Yeah I know that its kind of a doushy hipster comedy for the 90's but I still really like it. So many funny scenes. Plus Winona Ryder who is so hot. Big crush on her when I was younger.

fits (fr) wrote: Joffe does it again! Super looking picture. The casting is lively especially the on screen tension between Wes Bentley and Olga Kurylenko's characters.