Bob Marley's universal appeal, impact on music history and role as a social and political prophet is both unique and unparalleled. Directed by Academy Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland), MARLEY is the definitive life story of the musician, revolutionary, and legend, from his early days to his rise to international superstardom. Made with the support of the Marley family, the film features rare footage, incredible performances and revelatory interviews with the people that knew him best.

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Marley torrent reviews

Crystal E (kr) wrote: Meh. Has its funny moments, cute idea. Every comedian in the area must have made an appearance. But it was just okay. Some of it was too much or dragged on and took the spoof a little too far. Not a bad Netflix watch.

l i n d (br) wrote: Wow... could it be any more lame? Lame plot and no chemistry between the characters that were supposed to be in love.

Albert M (gb) wrote: I highly recommend this I have seen this and would suggest you have a look it's on SBS tonight around 10pm

Dave C (jp) wrote: This is a stirring film about the power of music to heal and unite. You will be moved by the poverty and injustice in the "Brasilian Bosnia."

Adam W (gb) wrote: Fresh from his adventures in Mordor, Frodo turns up in London with a thick yankee accent calling football "soccer." Where he immediately meets Charlie Hunnam (who has the worst cockney accent since Dick van dijk) who also just happens to be head of West Hams hooligans. By the time Frodo starts swinging and rolling around in the gutter all credibility is gone in this charmless footy flick.

Karen A (mx) wrote: I liked this movie a lot and even though the ending was not the best, it got my attention. Both stories were believable in different ways and a little bit weird, which I liked.

Peter P (de) wrote: This is one of my favorite westerns of all time, and it is not even set in the "Old West". Tom Selleck gives a completely terrific performance as Matthew Quigley, the long range gunman that takes it as an affront when told he was brought all the way to Australia to kill the native population and quickly becomes enemies with his boss played awesomely by Alan Rickman. Quigley Down Under is a fun different type of western that keeps you interested through believable characters and the incredible scenery, plus a really really big gun, and it is pity that there was never a follow up made.

James F (au) wrote: Faust, Dorian Gray,Phantom of the Opera + Paul Williams and Brian DePalma at their peaks = %100 entertainment.

Byron B (fr) wrote: want to see this because it was nominated for best picture at the oscars

James O (ru) wrote: The final piece is greater than the sum of the parts. Woody and Kingsley lay it on too thick to be credible characters and its left to Emily Mortimer to put in a convincing performance to hold the film together. The plot is fairly simple but its very well directed and the tension feels very real. At its best when Noriega and Mortimer share the screen but still gripping when they're not the main protagonists. Just a good thriller that'll keep you interested throughout.