The Moorish general Othello is manipulated into thinking that his new wife Desdemona has been carrying on an affair with his lieutenant Michael Cassio when in reality it is all part of the scheme of a bitter ensign named Iago.

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Othello torrent reviews

Ziv E (fr) wrote: It's kinda hard to say that it's better than The LEGO Movie or The Iron Giant, But it's still harder to say that it didn't bring out some good laughs.Story:8|10Animation:8|10Characters:5|10Overall:7|10.

Groso M (us) wrote: awful script, obvious and cliched story and "outcome"; the only good thing in the movie is Courtney Hope's performance

Brett A (br) wrote: Loved this. Loved the story, loved the style, loved it....

Ed T (ca) wrote: I thought the motivations for the battle were a little muddled, but I think I like the execution (no pun intended) better than the Hunger Games films. This was crazy intense and the random teen melodrama was spot on and funny and serious both. Can't believe this preceded HG by 8 years.

David M (ag) wrote: It may not be that intellectual or as psychological as it pretends to be but it oozes with an eerie sinister feel with just enough suspense & action to keep ya watching to see how it ends. I thought Kidman was brilliant in this.

Tom R (jp) wrote: Watch this once a year, but AVOID HOME ALONE 4! Yes, Home Alone 4 exists.

Rene P (fr) wrote: I had never heard of this film until Hulu recommended it. Got a lot better in the last 30 minutes or so.

Roy N (it) wrote: I love Burt Reynolds movies, though theres no Burt in Hot Stuff, it feels like one. Mainly cuase it's got Dom Deluise AND Jerry Reed, but unlike Smokey and the Bandit 3 (which is also a Burt movie without Burt) this is really very good. A nice funny caper movie written by Donald Westlake who always writes a good funny caper.

Alyse S (ca) wrote: Another great Bob Hope movie!

Candice M (kr) wrote: Not bad... Story line was interesting... Dragged on a bit to long.

Chris R (ag) wrote: The Lazarus Effect has a promising concept - someone is raised from the dead, through science and not magic, but brings a demon or spirit or something with them. However, to get the interesting part, the writers apparently thought that we needed a half hour of science mumbo-jumbo. I don't need long proofs of how your experimental resurrection technique is supposed to work. Just through a few science-y words here and there and I'll be set. To be fair, there was some character development, or attempts of it at least. Technically there is some other subplot going on - some corporate takeover thing. I really didn't care.The film is slow to start. But once Zoe (Olivia Wilde) dies and is revived, things start to get interesting. The Lazarus Effect hits a beautiful sweet spot of tension. It isn't clear what is wrong with Zoe, but something definitely is and the rest of the science team, headed by Frank (Mark Duplass), tries to figure out what the hell is going on. Olivia Wilde puts on a wonderful performance. [Side note: I am convinced she is a great actress, but time and time again, every movie she is in is mediocre at best. It is really unfortunate.] Zoe becomes a divided character. She is at times innocent, confused, and scared - aware of the evil building inside of her. The other half is cold and soulless- a wicked grin on her face as she knows she's in control. Mark Duplass however does not match Wilde's level. He is unconvincing as this horror movie's lead hero. The rest of the crew isn't that compelling either. Clay (Evan Peters) stands out, but that's mostly because of all his frantic yelling.The second act soars - tense and mysterious. And then comes the final act. In many horror movies, you expect the bad guy to win. They kill of the group one by one. Perhaps the final member survives and kills the monster miraculously. Think of the Freddy Krueger or Jason series. However, in those films you still get a small sense that the soon-to-be-dead-folks have a puncher's chance. They can potentially figure some way to stop the slasher killer. Not the case in The Lazarus Effect. Once Zoe's nature and powers become clear, not once did I think anyone would make it out alive. The film became much less interesting. However, the kills themselves are unusual and vaguely interesting. Unlike the characters and their backstories.Thanks to a wonderful performance by Olivia Wilde, the move hit a horror sweet spot in the middle. Unfortunately, it doesn't last for very long. It is still enjoyable, though it isn't going down in any history books.