Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

Two minor characters from the play, "Hamlet" stumble around unaware of their scripted lives and unable to deviate from them.

Showing events from the point of view of two minor characters from Hamlet, men who have no control over their destiny, this film examines fate and asks if we can ever really know what's going on? Are answers as important as the questions? Will Rosencrantz and Guildenstern (or Guildenstern and Rosencrantz) manage to discover the source of Hamlet's malaise as requested by the new king? Will the mysterious players who are strolling around the castle reveal the secrets they evidently know? And whose serve is it? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead torrent reviews

Giancarlo G (fr) wrote: What a waste! Che senso ha costruire una storia efficacissima e approfondire tanto i personaggi per poi sbattere tutto nel cesso nell'ultimo 30% del film, introducendo un personaggio nuovo di cui non si fa a tempo a capire qualcosa che gi tutto finito. E insomma! Non si fa.

Jeffrey N (mx) wrote: Entirely too long, unworthy of the cast's talent and beyond stupid, "Your Highness" was greenlit for some reason and widely released while so many other much better films are relegated to the festival circuit. Heck, it even took convincing over many years to get the "Anchorman" sequel approved while this crap was fast-tracked. While it had its humorous moments, this film is an embarrassment to filmmaking. Hopefully the delay of "Mr. Machine" by pretty much the same main cast and crew is a sign that cooler heads prevailed.

Frederic C B (fr) wrote: The Good Part:The suspense keeps you on the edge of your seat. The interconnected perspective is really fun to see as well. It is filled with amazing actors who can show their talent even with such short individual screentime.The Bad Part:No real hero in this movie. While the bad guy's ways of doing things is really delicate and precise, everything basically ends up being toned down into coincidental rendesvouzs. Several parts was also predictable.

Patrick G (nl) wrote: Beautifully animated short documentary. If you get the chance, check this out.

Sujata S (br) wrote: Beautiful and heart breaking.Superb acting by the lead characters.

Greg S (gb) wrote: I love this film. I love how it captures the resentment and tension between young friends that can erupt unexpectedly over a night of booze and mayhem. In a way, Suburbia is kind of the inverse of the overrated Boyhood. It captures just how hard growing up can be.

Claire T (ru) wrote: this movie was good, but I don't think I 'll want to see it again, it was a rather good and an interesting film, it starred Sean Young, Tim Daly and Julie Cobb, It was a good film but I don't want this film on DVD

AM Q (ca) wrote: I only think of the Phil Collins song.

Jason M (ag) wrote: Possibly Paul Newman's best role. Superb and believable acting. Arguably the best prison film of all time aside from The Shawshank Redemption. George Kennedy has an Academy Award winning supporting role. Spoken by the Captain in this film, is one of the greatest lines, "What we've got here is failure to communicate. Some men you just can't reach. So you get what we had here last week. Which is the way he wants it. Well, he gets it. And I don't like it any more than you men."There is much Christian imagery and allegory in the film. Luke is linked to Luke of the Gospels, and is a Jesus-figure. Luke constantly goes against authority and is supported by his fellow inmates, similar to Jesus.This movie provides a template for The Shawshank Redemption. As a matter of fact, this film predates Stephen King writing the novella and I'm positive he "lifted" most of it from this story. It's pretty obvious.

Parker R (fr) wrote: It moves itself along at a brisk pace, and while lacking in the high quality storytelling department, this animated film has enough action-packed spunk to keep the younger audiences thrilled.

Atheer O (au) wrote: It's basically a movie which makes no sense and doesn't tie up into a coherent story (spoliler) because the viewer is only witnessing a dream world. The only real scenes are the first and final accident scenes.