My Name Is Modesty: A Modesty Blaise Adventure
Modesty, raised by a casino owner after being abandoned by her parents, has become skilled in the ways of fighting and now acts as the casino owner's bodyguard. When she's unable to prevent the owner's murder at the hands of an old foe, Modesty is hell-bent on seeking revenge. --- An adaptation of the Modesty Blaise novels and comic strip by Peter O'Donnell.
- Stars:Alexandra Staden, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Raymond Cruz, Fred Pearson, Valentin Teodosiu, Eugenia Yuan, Ion Haiduc, Bogdan Dumitrescu, Marcel Cobzariu, Dragos Bucur, Dan Astileanu, Damian Oancea, Mihai Bisericanu, Stephen Apostolina, Steve Bulen,
- Director:Scott Spiegel,
- Writer:Lee Batchler, Janet Scott Batchler
The story of how Modesty got her name. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
My Name Is Modesty: A Modesty Blaise Adventure torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Watching the film Museum Hours is like watching a stranger's horribly dull and horribly long vacation video, including a seemingly endless "scene" of a museum guide talking about art to visitors, people walking on a street or through a field or shopping at a flea market, an awful attempt to transform everyday life into art with no story, little interaction, little dialogue of interest. Go to a museum instead. It even makes Vienna, a city I love, seem dull and ugly.
(gb) wrote: The story was good, but the movie was slow, boring and depressing...:( And I don't like Channing Tatum with moustaches...:(
(it) wrote: Gritty flick worth the watch
(ru) wrote: A Finnish atmospheric, existential horrormovie that sometimes feels like a mix of Bergman with Refn. Ambitious, cold and gritty.
(kr) wrote: Loved this movie, my brother and I often watch Bollywood together, this was most definitely one of the best!
(de) wrote: Another movie I remember the title of but not much else. Most probably it wasn't very good.
(de) wrote: Flat. Colin Farrell is miscast and fails to capture the passion of the Italian writer. Salma does a decent job. Could've been great but wasn't. Would like to read the novel to compare.
(jp) wrote: Denise Crosby who played Tasha Yar in the Next Gen series once more travels around the globe to interview fans who are obsessed with the Star Trek phenomena. The major difference between this movie and the first is this one is more concentrated solely on the lives and activities of the fans and does not include much discussion and history on the Star Trek phenomena on its own. Which makes prefect sense since that subject was covered well enough in the first, making this more what the first would have been if that background information hadn't been necessary. It's fairly interesting the people she meets up with including a guy from the UK who transformed his entire house into the transporter room of the Enterprise. I didn't think it was as good as the first movie.
(ag) wrote: excellent! baby dolls lela rochon, halle berry and vivica make this soooo delicious!
(us) wrote: Gesualdo was apparently an alchemist, a murder, and insane!But he was a composer who was the predecessor to Wagner. And his ghost doesn't like bagpipe music, since someone is playing it to cracks in a wall to get rid of it!GHOSTS HATE BAGPIPES!How many people did this guy have killed? Who knows? Obsessive and mad, of course Herzog makes a documentary of him. Probably because Herzog loves Wagner so much. AND NUTJOBS!Seriously though, I could listen to Herzog narrate just about anything and love it. His fucking german supervillian accent. He sounds like he should be fighting Captain American instead of making 100's of 1,000's of films. But alas, Captain America cannot save us from Werner, a man who ate his own shoe once. BECAUSE WERNER DOES NOT RENEGE ON A BET!Uh.This movie is 60 minutes long. It's got a great running time. There's no excuse not to watch this. Put off watching Lost or whatever it is you people watch and kill an hour with this instead. Or else the ghost of Gesualdo will kill you. But he probably will anyway. Because you slept with his wife.Also, G was apparently a terrible composer. But he might not be. WHO KNOWS? I DON'T!?He also talks to a red headed woman with giant tits who probably was a ghost, "I live in heaven, but if you rent a helicopter you can find me." And I'm pretty sure he cuts right before she starts masturbating to this dude's music.And the fucking jockey in the hat. Oh man.Why has no one on the facebook seen this yet? Fuck you.
(nl) wrote: Beautifully photographed and sensitively acted. Story somewhat predictable, but keeps your interest.
(gb) wrote: PURE FUN! Good old Sam Raimi's second movie is just that! It has two bad guys that are as wacky as can be - from there voices and facial expressions to there extermination wagon - This movie has great visuals and colors - the safe hallway scene is very cool and reminds me of an updated Buster Keaton idea, The car chase towards the end is a riot with baseball bats,kicks,punches,giant rats and a shock machine! All in all i wish Sam was still doing this fun original kind of stuff and would avoid the Marvel universe...Bruce Campbell pops up as a cool slick character and it is always good to see Bruce. Do yourself a favor and watch this film and i am sure you'll have as much fun as me if you just turn your brain down a few notches!
(ag) wrote: I feel like I should watch Lair of the White Worm before I decide I am not a fan of Ken Russell.
(ru) wrote: What is sacrifice?? Better yet, would you run away from everything to protect someone you love?? Never thought of such question before i saw this movie and nowadays its get me thinking. Back then i liked the movie cause of the club scene..."Curiosity". Damn good movie i believe never got the credit it deserves.
(mx) wrote: Bit of a cash off from the success of 'Halloween', it's an early slasher film yet it doesn't offer much. The plot is a bit boring. The final act is ok but drags on for a bit too long. There's not much that stands out for this film beside the fact that it takes place on a train.
(ca) wrote: This is the first Valentino movie I ever saw. The scenes with Nita Naldi and Valentino are breath-taking...