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The Courtyard of the Ballads torrent reviews
Ant S (gb) wrote: Interesting but a lacklustre conclusion. The premise is great and the futuristic world is set up beautifully. Noel Clarke and Ian Somerhalder act very well but when Brian Cox pops up for his few minutes he steals the show. Some great fight scenes all in one take with parts slowed down which works most of the time. Clever enough plot and well shot but poor 3rd act.
David S (fr) wrote: Congolese noir that doesn't merge its converging plotlines well and keeps bringing people back to life who seemed dead.
Nikolai H (mx) wrote: It's interesting, memorable, and has some very strong moments, yet ultimately left me perplexed. I like weird and surreal (which this definitely is) but this was a wild ride.
Timm S (de) wrote: The Beachside Setting, On The Pacfic Ocean Outside Of San Francisco Makes For A Lovely Location. The Story Is Predictable & Quite Bad, The Acting Feels Dry..But Despite All This, The Beachside Scenes, With Waves & Surging In The Background Kept Me Vaguely Interested.
Jon A (ag) wrote: Nice send-up of the way Hollywood tampers with real events to show Americans as the heroes, regardless of the hstory. Also works as a fun, if surreal, war story. There is still a real danger than some Americans may think it's a documentary.
Derek W (gb) wrote: Grim and emotional Bresson classic that will surprise, shock, and ultimately move you.
Bradley K (ru) wrote: Good period piece but not one of Sirk's best. To truly appreciate Sirk you need to soak up his palette in technicolor.
Octavian (ru) wrote: 1. A bunch of poetic informative lines said in Herzog's perfect voice. 2. Topic is really cool, but there actually isn't that much information provided3. Way too much meandering, and wtf was with the 20 mins of music at the end.
Alexx C (es) wrote: crown the fucking empire XD