Le nozze di Figaro
The Marriage of Figaro is a continuation of the plot of The Barber of Seville several years later, and recounts a single "day of madness" in the palace of the Count Almaviva near Seville, Spain. Rosina is now the Countess; Dr. Bartolo is seeking revenge against Figaro for thwarting his plans to marry Rosina himself; and Count Almaviva has degenerated from the romantic youth of Barber into a scheming, bullying, skirt-chasing baritone. This follows the Count trying to obtain favours from Susanna, Figaro's bride to be, under the nose of the Countess.
- Stars:Gerald Finley, Alison Hagley, Renée Fleming, Andreas Schmidt, Mandred Röhrl, Wendy Hillhouse, Marie-Ange Todorovitch, Robert Tear, Donald Adams, John Graham-Hall, Susan Gritton, Liza Pulman,
- Director:Derek Bailey,
- Writer:Beaumarchais (play), Lorenzo da Ponte (libretto)
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Le nozze di Figaro torrent reviews
(it) wrote: A must see for any sports fan; however, the characters and the story are not nearly as tangible as its peers such as "Remember The Titans".
(ru) wrote: Frustrating initially as Bening's character virtually makes every dumb bad movie choice (i.e. "...don't go outside/upstairs/downstairs ALONE!") a character can make, the work eventually settles into a double horror piece with strange and moody locales and Downey's enjoyable Lector pastiche.
(mx) wrote: Mundane adapatation of Moravia's novel. Kahn adapts the (difficult) text, giving it a very physical (and sexual) presence, but leaves the crucial psychological aspects of the novel behind. What is left is a movie about physical possession and jeaolusy with lots of sex scenes, with some unbelievable (in a bad way) dialogues and scenes.
(nl) wrote: - I saw this film many times as a kid so it has a fond place in my mind. I like the story and Tom Berenger and Michael Pare are good in it. The music from John Cafferty is also pretty good. Just a nice enjoyable film about musicians, perhaps not a classic, but entertaining none the less.- Saw this several times as a kid, I just re-watched and it still holds up. Whatever happened to Michael Pare?
(ag) wrote: i seen scarier but it was still very goodFred Astaire ,Alice Krige were great and the doctor from nightmare on elm street 3 Craig Wasson was good ; )
(nl) wrote: good movie. I just couldn't watch one thing with the horse :((( that surely wasn't necessary.
(br) wrote: If the movie had disregarded it's half-baked mythology in favor of focusing on Beckinsale's potentially interesting character this might have been a fun genre piece.
(it) wrote: Angelina is a deaf/mute trying to get across to her fianc so they can start a new chapter of their life but as she is crossing the Arizona desert she comes across some hillbilly murderers who rape and murder her. A Native American witch doctor tries to help her but instead the soul of a once mighty Native American chieftain takes over her body and reaps a most violent revenge.This film was better than I was expecting, it is a low budget horror film that doesn't let up on the bloodletting and is quite nuts in how it all plays out. Anyone who likes horror should check this out.
(it) wrote: I finally saw ZOOLANDER. It only came out fifteen years ago. It is surprisingly one of filmmaker Terrence Malick's favorite films. Now if you know anything about Malick his films are nothing like Ben Stiller's ZOOLANDER. I happen to be a Malick fan so I was curious. You know what, if you are in the right mood, ZOOLANDER is quite funny. Stiller and Owen Wilson are hilarious.