Emma Woodhouse is a congenial young lady who delights in meddling in other people’s affairs. She is perpetually trying to unite men and women who are utterly wrong for each other. Despite her interest in romance, Emma is clueless about her own feelings, and her relationship with gentle Mr. Knightly.

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Emma torrent reviews

Sebastian T (au) wrote: Nothing entertaining about this film at all. Absolute drivel! Apauling acting, atrocious script. Do not waist 1hour and 30minutes of your life viewing this garbage! Can't remember the last time I saw such an abysmal film!!!!!!

Pourya E (gb) wrote: A super low-budget superhero movie that superiorly sucks! Somewhere there has been a fresh ambition though, albeit non-existing in the outcome.

Justin M (it) wrote: A great look at war from the business man's perspective. This guy is pure car salesman! Its just that his customers are world leaders and wealthy people in danger. He does profit from fear and violence but so do the people who make band-aids. I enjoyed every minute of this film. Every few minutes somebody said something that made you go hmmmmm... Little bit of humor, lot of truth.

John R (ru) wrote: Last Viewed: 30/10/2009

Michelle A (jp) wrote: cute movie but not one I would watch again

Craig C (br) wrote: It was ok ... I suppose the best part of the movies was seeing a part of China that isn't dramatized that much. Nice costumes, authentic to the tee...

Jesse F (it) wrote: A strong and witty adaption in a great horror series. Has the second-best opening in the franchise.

Purelybelter P (nl) wrote: such a great british movie, i dont even know how many times i have watched this film!

Ken T (ag) wrote: Retarded...but worth it for the fake fight scenes

Adam L (kr) wrote: And you thought the characters in Ron Howard's "Backdraft" (1992) were as one-dimensional as a piece of cardboard that (literally) went up in flames on screen. Still, there's something to be said about the cast of "Lifeline" who wade through real fires for the sake of entertainment not having the luxury of a computer generated overhaul (though some CGI is present). In a moment of sheer irony star Lau Ching-wan, having just finished battling a formidable blaze, removes his oxygen mask and smokes a cigarette. Unfortunately, that's as close as Johnnie To comes to insight in this lukewarm fire fighting drama.

Timothy J (ca) wrote: I am going to cut against the grain here. And perhaps it is just because this film is so dated. But watching this film is about as entertaining as watch water boil. It isn't that fact that it is just a conversation. If you can call a conversation one person talking and the other listening. It is that the character who is doing the talking is just dull. It the character and his stories were just a little more interesting, maybe.

Kyle G (es) wrote: Insanely weaving together 1970s rock with 1840s classical, this pseudo-biopic of Franz Lizst is one of the craziest films I've ever seen. Ken Russell, the weird-ass provocateur behind another '75 Roger Daltrey freak-out (TOMMY) and a healthy array of more middlebrow BBC films, paints cleanly with a lot of dirty color. He uses the life of Liszt to shape a really bawdy, unrestrained BARON VON MUNCHAUSEN-esque satire. Between some hectic but interesting comedic set pieces and some super-loud philosophical marginalia, Russell and Daltrey collaborate on a pretty hellish, erotic, and/but creativity-affirming duel: Liszt (holy, righteous, music-slinging superstar) against Wagner (pissy, vampiric, fascist villain). Overblown, simplistic, creepy -- yes. But I think fairly effective and adorable.

K k (ag) wrote: This is kinda a chick flick but OMG what they do to the penquins(nuns) is way too funny, some of the stuff they did I recreated so I got kicked out of a all girls school....lol

Vincent H (ru) wrote: Wow, I was expecting just another run of the mill 30s musical, but no! This film seemed way too unique. With Cagney in the lead showing off his feet a decade before Yankee Doodle Dandy, how could you lose? It had great numbers and all around pre-code greatness from Busby Berkley!