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Reign of Terror torrent reviews
Enrique S (br) wrote: Act I and Act II were well constructed, the protagonist grew as a character as the story progressed. Act II had many different plans throughout the film, but it worked in its favor in order for the protagonist to change (character arc). Act III though was a little too short though. I would've liked to have seen just a little more of the lesson the protagonist experienced throughout the story. I recommend this film to be watched with the family, it is enjoyable, and you will get into it in the strongest points of the character.
lovely l (us) wrote: slow moving ..but classical style, makes you anticipate more and more.Ethan Hawke gives a totally different performance..he totally changed his style to fit this sort of weird role
Another V (au) wrote: Since Alan Rickman passed, I wanted to see something soulful with him in it,, and this was perfect. Sigourney Weaver gives an impressive performance as an autistic woman. This is a heart-strings tugging slightly slow drama, which encourages tolerance of those such as the autistic who perceive and react differently than what we might expect.Overall this is a story of loss and healing and new beginnnings. While there is focus on grief and death, there is also the beginnings of a sweet little romance between Alex played by Rickman and neighbor Maggie played by Carrie-Ann Moss. From goodbyes, come hellos.
Phillie E (ru) wrote: Wasted talent in this terrible 60's sitcom remake.
Deb S (ca) wrote: In this film Steve Martin plays Sergeant Bilko, a scam-artist behind every questionable activity and a myriad of other "victim less" crimes and rackets at Fort Baxter. It seems everybody on post is savvy to the game, except the bumbling Colonel Hall played by Dan Aykroyd. Enter Major Thorn (Phil Hartman), who has it in for Bilko for lousing up his career. Thorn sets out to burn Bilko. The question is will he succeed? Glenne Headly turned in a notable performance as Bilko's long suffering girlfriend Rita Robbins.
Sven h (de) wrote: "How to learn from your mistakes and become a better person" in 97 minutes.
Stella D (kr) wrote: you've never seen anything like it. crazier than the marx brothers and that is saying something
Tristan N (ca) wrote: Very exaggerated. Still kinda nice but.. nah.