The Molly Maguires

The Molly Maguires

Life is rough in the coal mines of 1876 Pennsylvania. A secret group of Irish emigrant miners, known as the Molly Maguires, fights against the cruelty of the mining company with sabotage and murder. A detective, also an Irish emigrant, is hired to infiltrate the group and report on its members. But on which side do his sympathies lie?

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The Molly Maguires torrent reviews

Neil H (it) wrote: Really good. Didn't expect so much pathos.

Andrew M (kr) wrote: I am absolutely itching for this flick to be readily available in the states. If your a fan of revenge plots, extremely over the top gory anime styled fisticuffs and dark graphic novel scenery...there's a hole in your collection the size of a blood covered fist!!!

Shanshank S (jp) wrote: This is not what i was expecting from 2nd part of Hilarious comedy sequel of Bheja fry. Scenes are so long and nothing is coming in the end.

Private U (es) wrote: total disappointment, don't go see this movie. No substance to this film, it never stays on a topic long enough to develop it. Edward quickly establishes himself as emotionally unstable and his personality erodes any redeeming qualities this film might have had.

Shamith G (ru) wrote: Brilliantly Written, Brisk Paced, absolute stunner. The other side of Terrorism told like never before.

Slavisa M (gb) wrote: Sicko is a rather difficult film to critically analyse and rate. On the one hand it is simply amazing and utterly necessary for American (and world) society. Moore beautifully portrays the problems and issues behind the situation in the U.S. health care system. The U.S. is fundamentally inhumane when it comes to health care, and whether most Americans are willing to admit that, Moore plows that point across with fierce dedication.On the other hand, to prove his point, he glosses over the problems that people in his case study countries - Cuba, Canada, UK, France - actually experience. With an obvious bias, Moore does not even try to show us the negative sides of the health care in the other countries. His "typical middle class French family" is not quite as typical as he might want us to believe. Or that British doctor is not necessarily a 100% representative of all British or European doctors, who most certainly do not live in $1 million houses & apartments. However, Moore does manage to bring a human aspect to the film, and give it a soul that many documentaries fail at. For that reason, and for the fact that he is addressing an issue that is in urgent need of addressing, this film does deserve quite a high rating. And, when it comes to his bias - well, documentaries are always biased. They never claim to represent the "truth" for they are always made with an intent, that cannot be fully objective. And Moore quite certainly recognises that, and just as he did with "Bowling for Columbine" and "Fahrenheit 9/11," he unrelentingly pursues his point across. Excellent documentary!

Raqueila C (es) wrote: this one is my fav i enjoy this movie

Dann M (mx) wrote: "This is not a dream." Or is it? Comet is a remarkably compelling existential film that explores the nature of love, art, and dreams. Set in a parallel universe and told nonlinearly, the film follows a couple throughout various points in their relationship. At first it can be kind of a mindtrip trying to figure out what's going on, but after a while things start to click. Emmy Rossum and Justin Long give excellent performances, and the directing style is quite interesting; particularly in how it transitions between time periods. Also, the writing is really clever, with witty dialog that's surprisingly deep at times. Wonderfully enchanting, Comet is an incredibly passionate and artistic film.

Ian T (mx) wrote: Stephen King horror tale about a mysterious finding in the woods.. 4 men reunite and go to the cabin they enjoyed as kids. They encounter something really freaky.

Joanna C (us) wrote: Loved this movie!!! It reminded me of another movie I loved to see as well and it's "The Notebook."