The Butterfly Tattoo
"Chris Marshall met the girl he was going to kill on a warm night in early June, when one of the colleges in Oxford was holding its summer ball." A chance meeting with Jenny at an Oxford party leaves seventeen-year-old Chris with hope for a summer romance - and no premonition of trouble. Busy with his job and soon in love with Jenny, whose cheerful surface belies the dark uncertainty of her past,
- Stars:Holmes Osborne, Duncan Stuart, Jessica Blake, Aidan Magrath, Christopher Dane, Dan Morgan, Shazadee Beghum, Peter Easterbrook, Alvin Addo-Quaye, Richard Hollingworth, Debra Baker, Claire Ford, Antony da Silva, Abigail Tarttelin, Jonathan Higgs, Simon Brandon,
- Director:Phil Hawkins,
- Writer:Stephen Potts (screenplay), Philip Pullman (novel)
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The Butterfly Tattoo torrent reviews
(de) wrote: This movie was absolutely terrible. Its like they just made it to show how ugly of a personality Charlie Sheen has, (where was the storyline?) besides hes a shitty actor
(kr) wrote: it was good they just need to transform more
(mx) wrote: about as real as fiction gets. depressing, of course...but kinda fascinating.
(ag) wrote: A fun charming comedy. Parodies Christianity in a fun way.
(nl) wrote: why was carnosaur in this movie for only a few minutes? so lame. i didn't care about any of these characters in the stupid warehouse.
(nl) wrote: There isn't much to say about this film, if you are horror movies fan, you gonna like it.....this movie is made in a same style as Creepshow and many other horror flicks.......there is nothing special about it, but it does what it promises - to tell three great horror stories.......all three stories were good.....overall, its a nice collection...
(jp) wrote: Hell of a directorial debut for Kevin Costner that took both best picture and best director among others. Costner stars as the lead a military man right off the battlefields of the Civil War, that wants to be transferred into the western territories. Once out in the west he finds out that things aren't as simple as he hoped for, he befriends a wolf, an Indian tribe, and makes some enemies. Epic in every sense of the word, the film is long but continues to be interesting from start to finish and accompanied by a great score fro John Barry.
(ru) wrote: I loved this movie growing up and I still enjoy watching it! I cannot wait to show it to my family. Timeless classic
(nl) wrote: At a time when Tarantino was still having his nappies changed, Godard was breaking ground with unconventional cinematic techniques and refusing to yield to normal narrative conventions. Outsiders is actually structured in a linear fashion, but the content is a fascinating blend of American and European cinematic ideology. Film noir elements are at times fused with introspective character moments, all wrapped up in a bright and breezy pop culture coating.
(ru) wrote: one of those "kitchen sink realism" films and the first feature film from lindsay anderson. boasting 2 excellent lead performances from richard harris and rachel roberts, the film captures the provincial life and time.
(it) wrote: Rosewater is the true story of an Iranian journalist, now based in London, who is imprisoned for four months after reporting on events following the controversial 2009 elections. It's the debut film for satirist Jon Stewart and he has done a solid job showing injustice, distortion of truth in a clever and revealing way. It's an earnest film that depicts events well but it just lacks a true emotional punch. Which is surprising considering the subject matter. Still, a worthwhile and solid film.
(fr) wrote: Donald Pleasence was clearly having a lot of fun with his role.