Emma Hamilton

Emma Hamilton

The Making of a Lady: The Story of Lady Hamilton is a 1968 historical drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Michèle Mercier, Richard Johnson and John Mills.[1] It was based on the novel La San-Felice by Alexandre Dumas and depicts the love affair between Emma Hamilton and Horatio Nelson. It was a co-production between Italy, West Germany, France and the United States.

Noticed by George Romney, an artist, Emma, a young shepherdess, leaves her sheep behind to settle down in London with Romney, who employs her as a model. In return, the painter transforms ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Emma Hamilton torrent reviews

Jason K (es) wrote: So horribly acted that i gave up soon after the credits

Peter P (ca) wrote: I guess this is the forth installment in the sniper franchise, and it is just pretty mediocre for the most part. It does have a few cool sniper moments, and Billy Zane is ok, but overall it is just another lame attempt to cash in on earlier cool movie.

Caitlin F (de) wrote: A bit slow at first, but eventually reveals itself to be a pretty good black comedy. I didn't really like the ending though, for some reason...

Eduardo B (es) wrote: Funny comedy with even funnier situations. This film takes the typical love triangle and adds crazy "coincidences" with a dose of humor. From sexual identity crises to mad exes, this romantic comedy brings laughs and heart. Recommended for those just looking for love without all the labels.

Jack D (ru) wrote: While I am not usually a fan of live action Disney, "Miracle" undoubtedly grabs my full appreciation by hitting the nostalgic feeling of the true story spot on.

Jc E (gb) wrote: Not just a pretty face, like Teri Hatcher, home grown Michelle Yeoh, held the longest breath underwater and kungFued away to make a dynamic duo with James Bond to prevent world war three. Thoroughly enjoyable. What were the critics thinking by giving it a rotten tomato?

Moni K (es) wrote: It's a silly comedy about chearleader team who happens to be a witness of a murder. Tommy Lee Jones as a Roland Sharp is a policeman who has to protect those girls. It's a little bit amusing and sowhere between stupid dialogs and ridiculous plot are couple sentences of wisdom.

Kayla K (mx) wrote: Oh how I love to be watching in a chair"Plugged-in" leaves me with out a careBut when Judy refusesHer daddy abusesAnd Bruce Campbell is there to add flair!

Jennifer J (it) wrote: Pretty good movi with a great cast!

Private U (br) wrote: Awesome, god-awful & just plain wrong. I love this movie!!

Jeffrey D (de) wrote: The best vampire film I've ever seen, combining sci-fi, fantasy, horror, epic, suspense, mystery and disaster genres into a chilling and novel flick. Based on The Space Vampires, by Colin Wilson, LIFEFORCE is also a nifty homage to the horror films of Hammer, and the Quatermass serials and movies. Kudos to John Dykstra's special effects, Tobe Hooper's direction, Henry Mancini's score... and Mathilda May as the sexiest vampiress ever seen on the big screen (she would have Angelina Jolie for lunch and ask for seconds)!

Jim M (br) wrote: People are dying aboard a military transport heading west and it's up to Charles Bronson to find out why and rip the heart out of a deadly conspiracy. The acting leaves something to be desired but still its got Charles Bronson, Ed Lauter and en Johnson in it so it can't be that bad. Tense with some good action.

Lis A (es) wrote: have some tissues handy.