The Mists of Avalon

The Mists of Avalon

A unique re-working of the Arthurian epic, based on the novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley, The Mists of Avalon tells the familiar tale but with an important twist: The story is told through the eyes of the women who wielded power behind King Arthur's throne. Filmed on location in Prague, The Mists of Avalon follows the women of Avalon through the ultimate fulfillment of their destinies.

Based on the bestseller by Marion Zimmer Bradley It tells the story of the women behind King Arthur; including his mother, Igraine; his half-sister, Morgaine; his aunt Viviane, the Lady of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Mists of Avalon torrent reviews

Marilee A (us) wrote: Michelle Williams mouth was all wrong.Marilyn sex appeal relied so much on how she articulated those famous lips. I know,I use to do MM impersonations at Clubs. I do however think she came as close as anyone can to embodying such an Icon

Paul D (kr) wrote: Feel good coming of age story with a group of young characters to warm to.

Eric H (gb) wrote: Anyone that watches this movie because they want to be scared or they are expecting some slapstick comedy, will be disappointed. The movie is funny because no one in it takes anything seriously. The people in the movie don't seem to mind the fact that the people in their neighborhood are being murdered, or that they might be murdered themselves. The humor in Idle Hands resembles the humor in the 1993 film "My Boyfriend's Back". These kind of movies aren't for everyone. However, if you want to watch a movie that is fun, and don't expect it to be serious, you should see Idle Hands.

Bail G (ca) wrote: People often get it backwards, this isn't a retelling of Hamlet. This is the danish story that hamlet is loosely based on. It is a reflection of the simpler viking narrative, not the complex narrative of the Henry Tudor's royal bard William Shackespere.

Alex S (ru) wrote: Even if time hasn't done wonders for it, Play Misty for Me still retains a surprising amount of suspense and unpredictability with its long-lasting (now overused) formula.

Ben S (nl) wrote: Natalie Wood's commitment to her role is admirable, even if the performance ends up being somewhat over the top. She also never quite surmounts the fact that she was too old for the role. Still, there's a rich supporting cast, and Herbert Ross's musical numbers are nicely done.

Jason W (it) wrote: No. 2 on my top 10. Not necessarily in order.