It tells the tale of Petronella (a Scottish/Romany girl) and Fergal (her mysterious Irish traveller boyfriend). As their doomed relationship plays out, a Beast stalks the estate, killing locals, working its way towards our protagonists. Meanwhile Cathal and Liam, two mysterious travellers from Ireland use ritual and magic on a blood hunt. Mary, Fergal's mother performs ritual and magic of her own. As Cathal comes face to face with Mary in a vicious finale we know one thing: the Beast must die.
- Stars:Matthew Marsden, Kelly Overton, Kate Dickie, Niall Bruton, Hanna Stanbridge, Josh Whitelaw, Therese Bradley, James Nesbitt, Ciarán McMenamin, Sean McCarthy, Fiona O'Shaughnessy, Christine Tremarco, Karen Gillan, Andrew Martin, Daniel Portman, Wendy Wason, James Cosmo,
- Country:UK, Ireland
- Director:Colm McCarthy,
- Writer:Colm McCarthy, Tom K. McCarthy
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(mx) wrote: Really loved this film. Great characters, plot, sweeping cinematography with an engaging story line.
(jp) wrote: Third Person is a messy soap opera direct by Harris who also directed The Oscar nominated movie Crash. This movie was similar to Crash by the fact that it was made if great actors and actresses. The three commingled story lines hurt the flow of the movie. In the end the writer, Liam Neeson couldn't tell the difference between the three ladies. Stay away from this flick.
(nl) wrote: Truly love this movie only on the fact that it is pure with heart.
(br) wrote: This is a good movie, but I am not going to say what happens at the end, if you didn't see it...
(ca) wrote: Volver means in Spanish, coming home or back, before anyone questions the title.International films like any other film genre can produce turkeys to good films that are worthy viewing. Volver is certainly worthy viewing.It has a plot that a scriptwriter for a soap opera TV show would be proud of!The colourful backdrop makes up for having to concentrate on dreary subtitles in much the same way as City Of God and Y Tu Mama Tambien.I watched a very old Spanish film (Tristana) last week. Volver is modern. Stars the beautiful Penelope Cruz and has an interesting plot and pace.Basically a family member who has seemingly died reappears (but not Ghostlike like an old Hammer horror).If Volver was an English film it would compare to an episode of Eastenders in my opinion. The Spanish setting and language is definitely not Eldorado or Benidorm!If this film ever appears on satellite TV. Check it out. It also makes it into the 1001 Films You Must See Before You Die list I believe.
(gb) wrote: No trouble to tell Bukowski wrote the script. Rourke's character is fascinating.
(mx) wrote: Metzengerstein: film trash et endormant William Wilson: prvisible mais bon Toby Dammit: du pur Fellini!
(jp) wrote: A cult favorite of mine, primarily for the line, "This is Daisy; she's gonna teach you how to... swing." But it's kind of cute in its own way, with its very flat story about getting fucked over in the music business.
(au) wrote: Other than the outstanding 10 minute action sequence of Naomi Watts being chased by the foetodon and then the V-rex, until being saved by King Kong, the movie gives us nothing that wasn't provided by the original 1933 epic. In fact, considering that the story is about mankind's greedy insistence on dominating the world at the expense of wildlife, the story is all the more upsetting when the re-make is watched 70+ years later, when we should have learned something. Couldn't the re-make have at least shown the greedy wrong-doers paying for their sins? Additionally, the script has multiple storylines which go nowhere.
(kr) wrote: Where the original 300 was my entrance to being introduced to Gerard Butler and his great acting skills with an unfortunate terrible future film profile, well hit and miss. What we also got was an amazing, fun, action-packed, deeply involved and passionate plot. This film doesn't totally muck all over that. But we get one majorly hot and sexy and fierce female commander who fought her way up the chains to get where she is and the actress who I have no clue who she is, nails and kills the role and becomes the best actor in the entire film. So what does that leave us with? A muddled plot line. It's just all over the place and ridiculous. It doesn't even make any sense completely. I mean, we'll, yes and no. It goes one way and then comes back and goes another. Seems repetitive, confusing and basically like the Commander on the other side, gas no clue what to do. Part of me makes sense, I suppose. I didn't think the film could outdo the first, but I feel like it didn't even try. I hope that there is still a third film, because we are essentially left with a cliffhanger. Did I mention, that this film contains the most bizarre and fascinating, and in general, greatest sex scene of all time in film history. It gets a star to a star and a half, just based on that.
(us) wrote: good kinda sequel to 1975's 'the land time forgot"
(es) wrote: Among 1960's epics, Lord Jim falls into the lower division. Although the film employes some of the cast of Lawrence of Arabia, including F.A. Young as cinematographer, it does not use Robert Bolt as writer, but director Richard Brooks. This film needed Lean's ability to frame and direct, or Kubrick's clean observations. Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece Apocalypse Now has much in common with Lord Jim, including intercutting between a native Cambodian ritual and Western characters torturing. Mainly this film, like it's twin sister, Khartoum, lacks energy.
(nl) wrote: The only sports film I like. A good film that tells the story of a football team made up of whites and blacks and how they come to together during times of segregation.
(it) wrote: There are some genuinely great moments in this movie and certainly much fun to be had. However, it's contrasting tones, wackier plot contrivances and some cheaper looking effects make it a definite step down and less believable than the first two movies.
(br) wrote: I don't know who said that this was a comedy. Hands down, the most disturbing John Turturro role I've ever seen. I dare you to compare. Watch it for free online.