The life and death of the legendary Ludwig van Beethoven. Beside all the work he is known for, the composer once wrote a famous love letter to a nameless beloved and the movie tries to find out who this beloved was. Not easy as Beethoven has had many women in his life.
- Category:Romance, Musical, Drama, Biography
- Stars:Gary Oldman, Jeroen Krabbé, Isabella Rossellini, Johanna ter Steege, Marco Hofschneider, Miriam Margolyes, Barry Humphries, Valeria Golino, Gerard Horan, Christopher Fulford, Alexandra Pigg, Luigi Diberti, Michael Culkin, Donal Gibson, Matthew North,
- Country:UK, USA
- Director:Bernard Rose, Bernard Rose,
- Writer:Bernard Rose
This biography chronicles the life and death of infamous classical composer Ludwig van Beethoven as well as his painful struggle with hearing loss. Beside all the work he is known for, the composer once wrote a famous love letter to a nameless beloved and the movie tries to find out who this beloved was. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Immortal Beloved torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: incredibly slow pacing. disgusting, which was intended.
(fr) wrote: An interesting and compelling low stakes doc
(fr) wrote: This may be one of the most important movies in the age of anonymity. I was expecting a funny movie with clips of comedians tearing into hecklers. What I saw was a movie masquerading as a comedian's backlash against critics, that was actually about the much deeper psychological issues that have been exacerbated by the barrierless, anonymous internet. This documentary was more candid than a serious documentary maybe should be, but it was insightful and engaging nonetheless.Moreover it was not an all out rail against critics, more of a critique of criticism. It does not have the polished look of today's documentaries, but it has qualities that most polished documentaries fail to possess: an abashed frankness, proper research, and rebuttal from the argument's detractors.Not Jamie Kennedy's best comedic piece, as it's not comedy.Definitely his best work, and one of the most thoughtful documentaries I've seen in the past few years.I'll still be waiting for my juvenile indulgence of seeing hecklers get the verbal backlash, though. Just sayin'.
(au) wrote: There is no Closed Caption because I am deaf then unfair!
(it) wrote: Eastern Promises is a refreshingly calm, well shot, unconventional gangster thriller with (for Cronenberg standards) little, but explicit, raw violence (with one scene in particular involving a naked Viggo Mortensen being one of the best and most visceral fight scenes put to film), a quietly effective score and great performances, especially by Mortensen. Its intriguing discussion of classic Cronenbergian themes- body, identity and community- within a character-driven story is only hindered by the comparatively uninteresting story-part surrounding Anna and a few other writing flaws, especially in its final 30 seconds.
(kr) wrote: Fantastic drama. The actresses/actors have portrayed their characters well.
(br) wrote: Terrifying and harrowing BBC drama/documentary. Hines' script is performed admirably by the amateur cast, while Jackson's filmmaking virtuosity ensures that this ambitious film of two distinct portions remains as powerful now as it has ever been.
(ag) wrote: one of the better prison dramas
(mx) wrote: The found footage movie is very polarizing to say the least. Most of us can't even watch our old home movies without vomiting from dizziness, let alone sit through an hour and a half long movie with the same visual style. For me, Josh Trank perfectly executed not only the cinematography, but the intimacy that it evokes with regards to the characters in Chronicle. If only he could've done the same with his Fantastic Four movie...and also not choked Miles Teller. I'll break this movie down into three parts. ACTING/CAST - Effing perfect. Michael B. Jordan (before we all realized that this dude an absolute savage when it comes to his talent) steals every scene he is in, and his chemistry with Dane Dehaan and Alex Russell reminded me of the kids at my high school when they weren't shoving me into a locker. It's clear that Trank understands the dynamic that adolescents have with one another, and Max Landis knows how to write for them as well. STORY/PLOT - With such a short runtime, things come at you fast. The creative ways that Landis and Trank find to involve the camera in everyday situations is incredibly clever and allows you to fully immerse yourself in the story. We are introduced to these characters and quickly shown their motivations and set off on their arcs. The finale/climax is earned, and honestly I'm not sure how Trank was able to pull off what he did with what I'm assuming is not a tentpole budget. REWATCHABILITY - Don't get me wrong, what Trank was able to pull off here needs to be commended. He created strong relationships between the audience and his characters, but because or how morose everything in this movie is I'm unable to revisit it very often. I'm not saying at all that a movie has to be full of fairies and ponies for me to give it strong marks here, but when the main character is getting abused mentally and physically by his father in a third of his scenes, it's not exactly something I get jacked up to throw in the Blu Ray player. All in all, on it's five year anniversary of release, I view Chronicle as a genre film that has aged well like Diane Lane or Hellen Mirren. I commend Josh Trank for doing something unique and taking a chance with this film. Now if you'll excuse me, I need to go out into the woods and search for an alien artifact so I can get the badass powers displayed in this film.
(fr) wrote: A small Island village in Ireland is under attack as sea monsters begin picking off local fisherman one by one. Soon the Garda's discover The bloodsucking sea creatures are allergic to alcohol and the villagers happily gets piss drunk. But does this small Irish town have enough booze to stop the tentacled leviathan?This is a wonderfully cheeky movie that knows what it is and plays up the campiness of the concept with great characters. Like Slither before it, this fun creature invasion is a horror-comedy of the best kind. The title & marketing makes it look cheap and stupid, however don't let the crappy poster fool you, this is an enjoyable watch. The celtic vistas are beautiful, and there are a handful of great actors involved delivering some great bits including an ode to the classic Sigorney Weaver line "Get away from her you bitch!"Accents are a little 'tick' so you may have to turn on the subtitles to get the colourful feckin' jokes.
(fr) wrote: Jeremy IronsMeryl StreepGlenn CloseWinona RyderAntonio Banderas
(kr) wrote: HOLD TO YOUR BUTTS, GREATEST COMEDY FILM OF ALL TIME IS FAST APPROACHING