The Blue Light

The Blue Light

A young woman, Junta (Riefenstahl), lives apart from her village and, for her solitude and strangeness, is considered to be a witch; when she comes to the village for one reason or another, the townsfolk chase her away. They feel that she may in some way be responsible for the deaths of several young men of the village, who have felt compelled, one by one, to climb the local mountain - and fall to their deaths - on nights when the moon is full.

Junta is hated by the people in the village where she lives, especially by the women, who suspect her of being a witch. Only she can climb the nearby mountains to a cave high up, whence a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Blue Light torrent reviews

MF J (es) wrote: A nice enough dancing movie with the very pleasant to look at Jessica Alba. not a masterpiece but the good energy coming from it is contagious.

Jarrin R (gb) wrote: M. Night scores with this film, it breathes eerie tension. It still gets me each time I see it, I am on the edge of my seat. It is a simple story but shot beautifully, one of my favorites.

Ton Q (fr) wrote: As a whole, Enemy at the Gates is a good film, and some scenes really stand out as being great. It's greatest flaw is a slight feeling of mediocrity throughout.

Dann M (kr) wrote: Suicide Kings is a dark and gritty suspense thriller. Told in a film noir style, the story follows a group of friends who kidnap a retired mobster in order to use his resources to save their friend's sister. The cast is pretty good and includes Christopher Walken, Denis Leary, Jay Mohr, and Laura Harris; who all give excellent performances. Walken and Leary in particular create interesting characters that draw the audience into the film. Additionally, the story is cleverly written, weaving in a lot of mystery and suspense as the kidnapping plots unfold. Suicide Kings is a smart psychological thriller with a captivating story full of mystery.

Michael E (nl) wrote: Rock A Doodle focuses on a young boy named Edmund who is cursed by the Duke of Owls (Christopher Plummer) to become an animated cat. He has set out with a few farm animals to go searching for the rooster Chanticleer (Glen Campbell) who the farm animals kicked out of the farm one day, to help crow to make the sun rise and the Duke leave.Rock A doodle is one of those films that has some pretty decent acting..... from a couple actors. Overall, most of the actors are just terrible in this movie. Glen Campbell does the stereotypical good guy, Ellen Greene does the stereotypical showgirl character, Toby Scott Granger does the stereotypical cutesy kid, and almost all the side characters are just boring or just annoying. Almost none of the main characters are interesting in the least except 2, Christopher Plummer as the Duke of Owls, and Eddie Deezen as Snipes the Magpie. Plummer may not be as good as he is in any of his other animated roles but he still does a decent performance, but the character I think that steals the show is Eddie Deezen as Snipes. This character just makes me pee my pants laughing just due to how obnoxious he sounds and how he acts and argues constantly. But overall the acting in the film is just mediocre at best.The animation in the film really is one of the strange things about Bluth in this film because it seems very off for his animation style. Bluth is known for doing some great Disney animated films like Robin Hood, Black Cauldron and had done some great animation stuff prior to this like American Tail and Land Before Time, but here, the animation is just all over the place. The films animation is alot like "We're Back! A dinosaur story" Where the animation does look close to something like Disney at times and other times it just looks strange and even a tad creepy, and I know its kind of a nitpick but it's a bit of a hard nitpick to get over for me just due to how strange and odd it looks. Go watch the movie for yourself and you'll get what I mean.Now, the comedy. It sucks. This is quite possibly one of the most unfunny children's films I've seen ever. I mean next to Snipes getting a good comedic moment every once in a while, the comedy for the rest of the film overshadows the good comedy with the bad. Every so often, they'll make a chicken joke, a penguin joke, a mouse joke, a bird joke, a cat joke, the film is just bad animal puns basically. There is one type of running gag that did make me laugh quite a bit though. It involved the failure of the Duke of Owls nephew Hunch, played by Charles Nelson Reilly. Hunch is on the look for Chanticleer to kill him, but the best part is he fails so badly every time without the other characters knowing he exists, and the slapstick actually gets close to being just as good as a Tom and Jerry Cartoon.Now my main gripe with this movie, the music. This is a film that works like a 30s cartoon where everyone is bouncing, singing, and everything has a face, and that can work for a 30s cartoon, but not an animated film from the 90s. Now Glen Campbell is well known for being a singer, and he does a good job at singing, but there are several other songs in the film that are just irritating and annoying, mainly the songs done by the Duke of Owls and his minions. Now Glen Campbell does get some good songs at least but overall the songs in this film are just plain unmemorable.Overall Thoughts, You may think I hate this film but really I think its an okay film. It certainly has a lot of flaws and it does have an annoyance to it, but the good things sometimes outweigh the bad in this film. I really don't recommend this to all people but if you're a fan of Bluths work you may like this or if you're babysitting sometime and borrow this film to watch with kids I'd recommend it.

Michael C (jp) wrote: A must for all in the profession of reportage -- the least scrupulousposition in journalism. Also, an accurate portrait of themale-female sexual dynamic. It shows how women -- even modern singlecareerists -- are responsive to independent, withdrawn, and (mostimportantly) dominant men.

Mary D (au) wrote: The "monster" scenes are just plain cool. Very different from your average monster from space movie. The dialog can get pretty convoluted at times, but overall a very fun movie.

Rhys R (de) wrote: If you're just starting out with Fellini and you're not quite sure where to begin then start with this one.The film contains many of the themes he would continue to explore in his later works only without the surrealism.A funny and touching portrayal of five young inhabitants of a sleepy costal town in post-war Italy who have never worked a day in their lives, we follow them as they come of age and learn about adulthood, parenthood and responsability with varying degrees of success.

Thullin K (ca) wrote: Some Hillarious Scenes,,,,But Rudd's Character was to Contrived,,,,and some of the comedy was just fall flat to me....but still a decent laugh or two.oh snd Andy Sandberg was actually alive as a character in this one!!!

Darrin C (au) wrote: I thought it was fun and original. Warwick Davis as The Leprechaun really is a scary little fellow and shares some brutal death scenes all the while making funny cracks about his victims' demises.

Guido S (nl) wrote: Ice Cube is back, but Smokey is in rehab. He is sent to live with his father who won the lottery and lives out in the suburbs but is also behind on his property taxes. He must find a way to raise the money for his uncle so he doesn't lose his house. Mike Epps as Day-day is a pretty solid replacement for Chris Tucker, but can't quite compare. He works at the record store owned by Pinky, who has some great scenes when he shows up. They all live next to some Latinos who are dealing and try to steal the money from them for their uncle. The story in this one isn't nearly as good as the first, but makes up for it in the comedy which is much more outrageous than the first. I still liked this one despite that.

Isla B (mx) wrote: Bored. Just don't care about horses. Sorry Granny.