Christmas Carol: The Movie
The film begins with a live-action sequence set in Boston in 1857, the site of a live reading by renowned novelist Dickens. As he begins his 'story of ghosts' a woman in the audience screams because she has seen a mouse and Dickens points out that this is appropriate since his story begins with a mouse. At this point the story turns into the animated version and Dickens explains that the mouse, na
- Stars:Simon Callow, Kate Winslet, Nicolas Cage, Jane Horrocks, Michael Gambon, Rhys Ifans, Juliet Stevenson, Robert Llewellyn, Iain Jones, Colin McFarlane, Beth Winslet, Arthur Cox, Keith Wickham, Joss Sanglier, Sarah Kayte Foster,
- Country:UK, Germany
- Director:Jimmy T. Murakami,
- Writer:Piet Kroon (screenplay), Robert Llewellyn (screenplay), Charles Dickens (book)
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Christmas Carol: The Movie torrent reviews
(us) wrote: Being the most appealing of the series, it has a perfect grip depending on Dreamworks. Amazingly satisfying.
(fr) wrote: I loved every minute of this movie, it's the best film aside from The Mist that Thomas Jane has stared in. It really kept me glued, wondering and hopping for his escape. This is the best cops & robbers film in decades. His Afrikaans accent is spot on.
(jp) wrote: One of the best Lethal Weapon movies in the series. Funny and lots of action. The cast was good and Joe Pesci is fucking hilarious.
(nl) wrote: Campy but fun. I love it!
(ag) wrote: Sadly, only Marshall puts any effort in this time around.
(it) wrote: Really good giallo from Argento - murder mystery / crime thriller this is a good film from start to finish - lacks a bit of quality compared to Profondo Rosso and Bird With Crystal Plumage but none the less a great film - even more stunning in blu-ray
(kr) wrote: Prince: "You've changed. In the old days, you had these odd fears." Professor: "What fears?" Prince: "That making gold was--how shall I put it?--diabolical." Professor: "Really? You and I know the devil doesn't exist. But we mustn't tell anyone." A great version of Faust, less about youth (and old age, death), love, science/knowledge (and ignorance, superstition), than about property (and poverty). Here, the relationship between Mephistopheles and Faust is above all like that between capitalist and worker.
(kr) wrote: Too short to be interresting.
(us) wrote: This is more or less Alien, but in a deep-sea mining facility.
(de) wrote: I've been alive for 34 years. This is the worst film I've ever seen in the whole of that time. Gerard Butler should never show his face in public again after this outrage. Racist, xenophobic Trump wank fodder, with laughable effects and a truly worrying world message. This should be erased from the archives.