Mysteries of Lisbon

Mysteries of Lisbon

Follows a jealous countess, a wealthy businessman, and a young orphaned boy across Portugal, France, Italy and Brazil where they connect with a variety of mysterious individuals.

Follows a jealous countess, a wealthy businessman, and a young orphaned boy across Portugal, France, Italy and Brazil where they connect with a variety of mysterious individuals. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Marta R (mx) wrote: What a strange film.... who thinks of these topics? The acting was great, but just didn't see the point of this being a film....

Tracey c (ag) wrote: A family descends into a vortex of denial and paranoia after the death of the oldest son. Though labeled a suicide, the bizarre circumstances lead the mother, Helen, to believe there are darker forces... at work. Black paint was thrown over everything reflective in the son's decrepit Victorian house, an explosive trap set in his bedroom and a woman from his past haunts the cemetery where he lies buried. But when Helen's investigation threatens to ruin the life of her teenage daughter, Kate, and possibly her own sanity, she realizes there is but one escape from this nightmare world - the very route attempted by her dead son. Finale captures mystery, horror and suspense in the colorful visual style of the 1970's Italian gialli.

Justin B (ru) wrote: Without a doubt one of his worst. Loosely cobbled together mess. What appears to have originally been some sort of Blade knock off, has been recut and seemingly rewritten entirely in post production into something more generic. Tons of terrible dubbing and rubbish action scenes. I kind of want to see what was originally intended because that seemed marginally better.

Anna L (kr) wrote: What a beautiful film.

JeanPhilippe G (ag) wrote: is this a great film? No, but it's damn entertaining and Angelina Jolie is as sexy as ever as Lara Croft.

Matthew H (au) wrote: "Well Its the devil, don't you think? Come up from hell. It wants to dance with us." The story in phantoms is great and will keep you guessing on what exactly has happened to this small Colorado town which is seemly abandoned. The acting isn't exactly stellar but its decent enough where it doesn't ruin the experience. Chaotic ancient phantoms fill this film with enough jumps and chills to succeed as both a horror film and an original tale. Elements of science fiction punctuate the horror as well with some truly WTF type moments going on that make your mind race. Enjoy with a large popcorn! Check it out.

Thomas B (mx) wrote: Grade - C'Mask of the Phantasm' really isn't as good as it's made out to be. It features a great voice cast and good animation, but the movie sometimes felt like such a drag, and I simply couldn't get invested in the story.

Jacob F (ag) wrote: Very few films get the historical Aboriginal/Indigenous colonial experience as nuanced or as profound as this one. You have to get used to the structural complications of this film, the mixed media and the role of its anachronistic music, but its a brave and deeply rewarding film.

Rosa K (mx) wrote: Saw this on the Hallmark Channel. I didn't know that they had a movie that was this old.

Wade H (au) wrote: Grim and dark. The actors pull of good performances in a confusing story. But the special effects are...effective.

Eric T (it) wrote: Pretty cool. Also, lots of adult themes and racism.

Aj V (jp) wrote: This movie does have it's funny moments, but most of the time it's talky and boring.

Justin B (fr) wrote: The idea of how social media could contribute to a zombie-esque viral outbreak is an interesting concept; but without any sort of satire, social commentary or even focus, the end result is a painfully tacky and irritating marriage of Facebook and Night of the Living Dead.

Billy B (ru) wrote: Could watch this over and over again.

Greg W (br) wrote: one of the best rock docs ever