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The Thief of Bagdad torrent reviews
Phil Z (it) wrote: A beautiful film! I had the chance to see it at Sundance a year ago. The theater was packed and the audience loved it. A very raw look, almost a documentary style at someone struggling with it's own demons and almost normal every day life. Great performances, including a none-performance by the little boy, who is amazing in the film! I loved it and I wish american filmmakers would make more films like that!
Alexander C (ru) wrote: Papa has a brand new toy!
Shireen H (kr) wrote: Great acting by Michelle Pfeiffer, good acting by Alison. I LOVE the book, which is why I had to see the movie. It was pretty good, compelling. There were a few things left out that would have shown the closure Astrid gets. At the end she meets her father, a huge point because she is able to start filling that void in her life. She makes the decision to stay with her bf and away from her mother, which is best for her. She is no longer living in her shadow or filled with regret and fear. I feel the movie failed to show this. They left her seeming weak and attached still. Also, my favourite lines in the book are the mother's quote about loneliness. "Loneliness is the human condition, cultivate it..." They should have put the whole quote in the movie. Anyway it was nice to see the book brought to life.
Chelsea K (es) wrote: My dad's fave. The film score is alluring indeed. Watched it long time ago rather intermittently therefore is hard to recollect the subtle plots. Pretty intricate I suppose?
Thomas K (ag) wrote: It's kind of like Elmore Leonard lite, and both Baldwin and Jason-Leigh are better are playing intelligence than the dimwits they play here, but Ward is terrific and Armitage has a genuine genius for a sort of loose limbed goofiness. It's not very good, but it has something.
Sarah P (it) wrote: A hilarious (but not intended that way) after school special of a movie.
Mitt B (jp) wrote: Crazy mob mentality at it again. This is a great enjoyable entertaining film.
Bruno V (us) wrote: The best movie i've seen with Shia so far ! Time did fly by so mostly it means it was a good one ...Seen it the second time , still suspence , fun , danger...all for love !
Mike W (gb) wrote: Very inspiring film.
Hawk (fr) wrote: This movie reminds me a lot of Skyline in that it's primarely concerned with visual effects over actual story. The movie tells about an alien invasion by invisible beings who are electromagnetic in nature. That sounds good and some of the ideas of how the monsters here are unique to more traditional aliens are interesting but it never really goes far enough and the ideas come across as half baked. I also got the impression that the story and characters were put in as an afterthought, as the scenes where our protagonists aren't fighting energy monsters come across as extremely boring. I just never got a sense of any of these characters hopes and fears. It's a movie I'm glad I saw but it's one that I can't recommend.
Christopher B (us) wrote: Good action flick but I'm a Brosnan fan.
Moses O (fr) wrote: The powerful, nuanced performances and excellent camera work almost elevate the so-so script from being anything more than a run-of-the-mill melodrama.