King of the Persians, summons his attractive wife Vashti, to show off her beauty to the guests, the proud queen refuses to come. The king promptly bans her from ever entering his presence again, and gives orders for the most beautiful young virgins in the land to be brought to him. The young Jewess Esther, adopted daughter of her uncle Mordecai, is among the girls selected;

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Esther torrent reviews

Matthias D (us) wrote: A standard Statham film. You should already know what to expect. Entertaining at least.

Sudhir P (nl) wrote: Babu pedodu ayadu.. Mahesh is out of his milk boy brand..Lot of beeps.. Vl see rgv brand in style n exposing.. movie starts vth his name.. .. Puri provided ultimate dlgs.. Dlgs are facts.. Mahesh carried the arrogant attitude very well.. may be dookudu effect, no comedians.. Only Mahesh.. Vagutune vuntadu.. Finally full action n energetic.. message oriented vth some new concept - mafia as legal business..Just my opinion :)

Saima Q (ru) wrote: i thought it was cute, it was annoying in the middle but then they did an okay job overall once the movie was over. i kinda liked it a little bit, still could've been more in depth and better, but i thought it was okay.

Adrian P (fr) wrote: A very different B-rate zombie movie. The atmosphere is sober. Think the exact opposite of World War Z. No flashy special effects. Little music. The zombies are not fast, they are not even particularly dangerous. It does have some weird, distasteful moments where it tries to do something with musical ambience.You get to follow a small group of survivors who managed to somehow not get infected with whatever turned the great majority of people in the area. The characters are unremarkable (except for the clown guy) and the script is lame in a realistic kind of way. You don't get rehearsed quips and one-liners, you get something more similar to how people actually talk. That's refreshing to me.The movie reminds me of nature. It just offers an image and doesn't tell you what it thinks. You can infer what you want. It's almost nihilistic in spirit.Most casual audiences won't appreciate this movie at all. And most critics will probably hate it. I actually kind of liked it. Maybe 95% you will be bored by the movie. I appreciated it's spirit.

Mike W (kr) wrote: I got only one thing to say: We Are Marshall!

Bruno L (de) wrote: Boring documentary. As a fan of the band I am very disappointed. It only shows them fighting all the time.

Paul H (de) wrote: A little slow, but funny and very insightful if you give it time.

Rosco B (es) wrote: Belting VHS era schlock-horror classic, directed by William Lustig but with a strong aroma of B-Movie auteur Larry Cohen, who provided the screenplay. Dependable Tom Atkins - familiar to John Carpenter fans -takes centre stage as the world-weary cop on the case, and Bruce Campbell (plus chin) features as an officer wrongly accused of the atrocities of the 'Maniac Cop'. Arrow Films have recently released an HD version, which is ripe for rediscovery by genre fans.

John H (ca) wrote: A fresh and enjoyable romantic comedy with family and coming-of-age angles...decent acting and credible situations (except maybe the family of 11 sons and no daughters).

kendall p (ru) wrote: Not bad for a sequel,but it dleviers the same quality as in Our Man Flint, a must see for spy fans!

Steve M (ag) wrote: The Devil Bat (aka "Killer Bats") Starring: Bela Lugosi, Dave O'Brien, and Donald Kerr Director: Jean Yarborough Everyone loves the ever-smiling chemist Dr. Paul Carruthers (Lugosi), especially the investors in the cosmetics company he's been creating best-selling colognes and perfumes for. When the company owners decide to reward Carruthers' many years of service with a handsome bonus, he feels like he's been insulted and he decides to kill his bosses and their entire family. Revealing that he's as talented a mad scientist as he is a chemist, Carruthers transforms otherwise harmless bats into giant hunter-killers that hone in on a special cologne that he's given to his victims for "testing." Will Carruthers get away with his bloody schemes, or will a lazy tabloid reporter (O'Brien) and his photographer (Kerr) manage to stumble their way to the truth? That's a long summary, but "The Devil Bat" is pretty convoluted. In fact, it's so convoluted that it's one of those films that you need to just watch without thinking too hard, particularly when it comes to Paul Carruthers, his killer bats, and his rambler house with its secret Mad Scientiest Lab and tower for convenient bat launches. The film's got a decent cast (with Lugosi being particularly fun to watch) a story with plenty of humor (both intentional and unintentional), and a pace that is just fast enough to keep the viewers interested. It's by no means a masterpiece, and its low, low budget is painfully visible in some of the sets (although the bat effects are better than I expected), but it's a fun bit of viewing if you enjoy Bela Lugosi and the nonsense breed of plup fiction-style sci-fi/horror flicks that filled the B-feature slots at movie houses in the 30s and 40s.

Jon C (ca) wrote: a descent into the pit of fear has Jacob losing his mindthe film is full of surreal images and scary stuffour reality begins to get questioned as well going from one thing to the nextonce it's revealed what's causing this madness it's simple enough although it doesn't raise the bar for the film entirelystill, Tim Robbins wonderfully plays a Vietnam vet on the verge of insanity and trying to find out what it is once more war does terrible things to people and some things we don't even remember what scares us the mostall kinds of demons emerge from what we've suffered and what we've lost

Brian G (br) wrote: Very great action and suspense.

Sonny S (br) wrote: Creative, Smart and Funny, Rango delivers on every level as well as being an entertaining look back into the western genre.

Bruno V (es) wrote: Let's say a part of Martin Luther Kings live's story ....fine to follow , interesting . Not to watch on a daily basis

Josh T (gb) wrote: While it doesn't quite measure up to Christopher Reeves's first or what Richard Donner's Superman II would have been, it finds peers among those. If only we could really forget that Superman III and IV happened. The Henry Cavill version has much to learn from this faithful continuation of the '80s installments. While the team that brought us this one might have continued in the same vein, the stories could easily have become even sillier than III and IV that it's probably better that we ended up with a reboot, even if it's flawed.