Out of Africa

Out of Africa

Out of Africa tells the story of the life of Danish author Karen Blixen, who at the beginning of the 20th century moved to Africa to build a new life for herself. The film is based on the autobiographical novel by Karen Blixen from 1937.

Initially set on being a dairy farmer, the aristocratic Karen Blixen travels to Africa to join her womanizing husband, Bror, who instead spends their money on a coffee plantation. There Karen has a passionate love affair with a free-spirited big-game hunter. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Out of Africa torrent reviews

Arianna J (au) wrote: Absurd, goofy and funny. I really enjoyed it.

Desiree E (gb) wrote: This was only released in 2012?! This movie definately will show you bizarre. If Tales from the Crypt had no boundaries this is what it may have been. Plenty of wtf and cringeworthy moments. There's also a penis omelet.

Vardi J (fr) wrote: I have seen this movie twice. In the first viewing, I was riding the wave of the emotions that were at first positive and then negative. I was intrigued with the plot, especially the dream of moving to Paris. Tonight when I watched the movie again, I found the gamut of the emotions disturbing. I think that the story conveys a profound message, not only significant and relevant in the 1950's but equally in the 21st century. The feelings that the movie evoked in me were as if I were on a slide...from highs to lows. I found the very last few minutes very painful. Nonetheless, I think that Revolution Road to be a brilliant movie with equally fantastic acting of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Kathy Bates,

Viktoria (mx) wrote: I dont like this Movie so much. It was bothersome when same stories came up if and encore.

Kevin G (kr) wrote: This is the first film I've seen of Suzuki's other than his 1960's Yakuza films and to his credit (or discredit depending on your taste) his style is still as bizarre and esoteric as it ever was. I could do without some of the musical numbers in this , but over all it's an interesting feast for the eyes, and a wild adaptation of japanese mythology.

Sean S (nl) wrote: Often considered the last "great" film Hitchcock made, Marnie is an interesting ride through the psyche of one woman (portrayed by Tippi Hedren). Sean Connery provides an odd counterpart, blackmailing the titular character after catching her stealing from him. A definite highlight of Hitchcock's late oeuvre.

Ugly T (ag) wrote: A cult movie. Director Joseph Losey at his best (and this is one of my favorite b&w Hammer movies). Here it's a sense of death, a dark mood. Everybody who discover the truth they have to die. And the truth it's that military and politicics they have a secret project: a new race of mutants. The Children of the Radiations. A sick, great movie.

Greg W (nl) wrote: A & C bring the funny

Alex r (de) wrote: Now, I'll be honest, I find Jack Black to be a so-so actor. At time she can be pretty funny, other times he can be annoying. With Be Kind Rewind, he is very enjoyable, and gives one of his better performances. This is a very good film that is highly entertaining from start to finish, and in many ways, this is a tribute to the love of cinema. The film boasts a fun storyline, and this film is a lot of fun and I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it. With a good blend of comedy and feel good charm, this is a must see that boasts several film references. In terms of sheer originality, Be Kind Rewind is a standout feature that will satisfy any film lover. Jack Black is very good here, and the chemistry between him and Mos Def is terrific. The rest of the cast are great too, and each actor being something to really make this a must see comedy. I loved this film, and the script was well thought out, original and above all refreshing. There is plenty to enjoy here, and director Michel Gondry has made a film that is well worth your time. This film has plenty of heart, and memorable scenes to really make it a unique film experience. The film has a few weak moments, but overall, there are plenty of strengths here that overshadows the few weak aspects. Be Kind Rewind is a good comedy with plenty of good performances, a great story, and plenty of humor to make it a film that can exceed your expectations. I was surprised with this film, and I think I would enjoy it as much as I did, but I walked away from it, not only enjoying it, but feeling that this among Jack Black's best performances.