The Lady Vanishes

The Lady Vanishes

Remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 1938 classic. On the eve of the Second World War, a train carrying an assortment of passengers, pulls out of a small town in Bavaria. When one of the passengers, a kindly old lady, mysteriously disappears the other passengers are led into confrontation with the Nazis and a desperate race for freedom.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:1979
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:The Lady Vanishes 1979 full movies, The Lady Vanishes torrents movie

While traveling in pre-war Nazi Germany, a young couple realize that a passenger seems to have been kidnapped from their train. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Lady Vanishes torrent reviews

Eliabeth B (fr) wrote: Always love a good documentary. This film shows the vital importance of bees and shows how greed and mans desire to control things we shouldn't might lead to our demise.

AnneJulie L (ag) wrote: An audacious movie, treating about marginality and its impacts on our little bit conservative society. Really liked it, the actors were all great, and the movie had something innovative, like all Xavier Dolan's movie, ah ce cher Xavier Dolan, russit toujours prsenter quelque chose de nouveau et d'exceptionnel, Laurence Anyways est probablement, parmi ses 3 films, le plus audacieux et celui amenant aux plus de questions morales et propres chaque individu. The only thing was that the movie was really long, I was never bored, but some little things were unnecessary...

Marta R (mx) wrote: Good movie, but too many things going on, instead of focusing on main objective.

Sarah (de) wrote: This movie did a good job of pairing realistic characters and conflicts with a handful of sexy fun. At first glance this movie is quite standard, but at it's core, I think there are good messages in it. Some things were almost too perfect (you know, the whole "everyone is happy in the end" bit), but that's not that bad a thing - though it may not be entirely realistic. I did enjoy watching this, but probably won't watch it again. It just wasnt that memorable or special. Still, I liked the story - and totally related to the main character - so that was a plus. No major complaints. If you watch the trailer and think it looks good, then watch it, you'll probably enjoy it to some extent. But obviously, it's not for everyone. What did this movie teach me? I need to find me a unicorn!!!

Ariel H (fr) wrote: Tilda Swinton sublime, suspenso y terror psicolgico sobre el origen de la maldad

Ian C (es) wrote: It has it's moments and has an unbelievable cast in Huston, Gazzara, Rourke, Ricci and the late great Ben Gazzara but the whole plot is wank and the characters and in particular the dinner table scene are really annoying. Nice ending and great use of King crimson from Gallo but overall a let down.

Tash O (br) wrote: Is that a threat??? No its a promise......Whats the matter with Yoooou??? This movie is more funny than anything else....makes me wanna join a gang....

Ralph R (us) wrote: This film and that actor are both porkskins.

Mark H (de) wrote: The set design in 'Satyricon" makes you feel extremely uncomfortable, the epic size of the sets, lighting and long shots used create an empty ambience through a majority of scenes. Fellini's trademark group of unique characters and the grotesque and sometimes brutal scenes are an uneasy watch, but the film holds up well in it's pace and story delivery.

Desmond A (ag) wrote: poor looks like they made this film for some retirement money

Charlie L (mx) wrote: Overly long and not particularly fast-paced, Schindler's List is still a brutally realistic insight into the Holocaust and the study of human behaviour.

Fong K (kr) wrote: Bel Powley in her star-making turn as a precociously sexual teenager in this bold, raunchy and melancholic dramedy with the most unexpected coming-of-age story of the heroine.

Aman A (ag) wrote: The movie was comically there but way too long to maintain the laughs consistently. It was very good filming for the sixties I must say. Acting was going to be fantastic keeping the star cast in mind but the dialogue writing was left wanting with the humour reduced to slapstick physical rather than wit.

Goodwin L (jp) wrote: Surprisingly exciting, logical, and even touching at times.