A biography of the dancer Isadora Duncan, the 1920s dancer who forever changed people's ideas of ballet. Her nude, semi-nude, and pro-Soviet dance projects as well as her attitudes on free love, debt, dress, and lifestyle shocked the public of her time.

The film goes inside the life of the famous dancer : Isadora Duncan who changed people's appreciation of ballet. The audience will be surprise with her attitudes about love, debt, friends, job. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Isadora torrent reviews

Brad S (br) wrote: This film was panned by critics, scoring only 7% on rotten Tomatoes, but I didn't mind it that much. Not a great story, but I was in the right mood for it and I like both Wilson and Galifiankis, so enjoyed it enough. I can't recommend it, but would say if you like the actors, try it and decide for yourself.

Nicholas L (au) wrote: There are kids' movies that make the adults feel silly. There are silly movies that make the adults feel like kids. "Nanny McPhee Returns" is the latter. Well, maybe terming it "Silly" may be too harsh, after all it is a fantasy. There is a unique element that sweetens the whole experience: Warmth. (Aided by effective scores) The scene when the pigs do synchronised swimming is the icing on the cake.

Jayce M (jp) wrote: It is a awesome PG movie, it has its shares of scares but it gives a really mystery too, it's about a giant croc that is attacking the villagers, the croc looks real under the water but when it comes up to eat the villagers it looks computer programed. This is a must see movie, I should know I own it.

Guido S (mx) wrote: I liked this when I first saw it when it came out. Watched it again, and have turned against this film. Clive Owen is a family man struggling financially with a diabetic kid. He runs into Jennifer Anniston on the train and begins an affair. Eventually they get robbed in a hotel room and the robber continues to get into his life and squeeze more money out of him. Since the villain is known right away, there really is no tension. Clive Owen's family is almost forgotten about 20 minutes in and really only play so he doesn't go to the cops, they really have no purpose only for that little bit of the plot otherwise the film won't work. Eventually the twist comes and it isn't as smart as it likes to think it is. The Rza is pretty good, but leaves about halfway through. Nice to see Giancarlo Esposito again. Plus the detective from Heavy Rain is in it too.

Thrall T (au) wrote: A lion cub and future king, Simba, voiced by Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Matthew Broderick, is trying to just live a fun childhood while he can. However, Simba's uncle Scar, voiced by Jeremy Irons, tries his hardest to wait for the perfect moment to strike and take his place as king. Scar finally sees an opportunity to make his move and by doing so, Simba must leave his home to find his identity and take back his rightful place as king with the help of his friends. To kids and even adults, the movie is fun, energetic, and entertaining to see time after time. However, the whole "good" and "bad" guy thing is a little too bland and black and white. Everything that a stereotypical bad guy does in a movie happens and the same goes for the good guy. Yet, The Lion King is a wonderful movie overall. Most of the movies I see are only watchable one time and then every once in awhile I can enjoy it again, but The Lion King, on the other hand, is different. In my opinion, The Lion King is a movie I recommend seeing.

Randy T (es) wrote: Fascinating documentary dealing with the man-made plague of pesky cane toads that were artificially introduced into eastern Australia.

Matt M (au) wrote: Lacks creativity, is quite dull and never gets more than a couple of chuckles. Forgettable.

Nick M (es) wrote: "Corpse Bride" is a wonderful, unofficial tribute piece to Edgar Allen Poe in its own retrospective right; Incredibly imaginative, with fluid, breathtaking animation, and whimsical, dark humor sprinkled throughout; Excellent scoring and unique compositions from Danny Elfman; Beautiful Gothic romance that makes the most out of it's cast and director Tim Burton. 3.8/5

Joanna B (it) wrote: As some men are oft to say "even when pizza is bad, it's still pretty good" females could be thought to echo the theory (especially on Valentine's Day) "even when a chick-flick is bad, it's still pretty good" but for this emotionally disengaged melodrama with its clunky gear shifts, overly sentimental dialogue and transparently familiar plot was leagues away from a worthwhile choice; even for the supposedly most romantic day of the year.Adapted from yet another sappy Nicolas Sparks novel, Safe Haven with its picturesque small town locale populated by good-hearted southern folks in candy-box houses and a stunning sprawling coastline hits all the familiar notes but has an undeniable undercurrent of manipulation. Taking a second giant career leap backwards (after his other schmaltzy Sparks project 2010's Dear John), Director Lasse Hallstrom, who created such dramatic treats as My Life as a Dog and What's Eating Gilbert Grape slips further and further into laughable territory with more predictably formulaically fare. In an attempt not to divulge too many plot details, here is a really basic summary. But I warn you, not guessing the end may not be an option. Running, bloody handed in the dead of night, Katie (Julianne Hough) abruptly jumps the nearest bus out of Boston. Stopping on-route to Atlanta in the charming tourist spot of Southport, North Carolina, Katie has a moment of serine clarity on the wharf and decides to remain. Renting a rustic cottage, Katie hikes daily to the local convenience shop where owner Alex (Josh Duhamel) takes an instant shine. A recent widower and father of two; the willful Josh (Noah Lomax) and curious Lexie (Mimi Kirkland), Alex generous attempts at kindness unnerve the vigilantly alert and connection shunning Katie. Although her self-preservation shield is slowly brought down by Alex, his children and the help of a close yet myserious neighbor, outrunning her past is not going to be so simple. When her drunkard abusive husband, Tierney (David Lyons) utilizes all means at a police officer's disposal to find her, no-one and nowhere; no matter how remote, is safe. Dogged by dreadful dialogue and a lack of chemistry, Duhamel's charming warmth and trademark self-deprecating sense of humor has little opportunity to engage beyond the status of eye-candy, whilst trained dancer Hough with her limited acting credits is the weakest link seemingly unable to summon the requisite dramatic skills. Almost as bad is the manic alcohol-swilling Lyons, who we no-more believe as villainous as gummy bears. Two redeemable and genuine appealing performances are from young Kirkland and Lomax, both terrific scene stealers with talent far beyond vibrant cuteness. The Verdict: Personally if you're looking for an intriguing balancing act between blossoming love in the midst of suspense and anguish, I would look back 20 years when Julia Roberts slept with an enemy.Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 22/02/2013

Danielle C (es) wrote: Hugh Grant in his norm of a film, very predictable!!