The Virgin Spring

The Virgin Spring

A harrowing tale of faith, revenge, and savagery in medieval Sweden.

A kind but pampered beautiful young virgin and her family's pregnant and jealous servant set out to deliver candles to church, but only one returns from events that transpire in the woods along the way. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Virgin Spring torrent reviews

Alex B (it) wrote: Worst Zombie movie ever after The Zombie Diaries, rented it with cover of Ab Lincoln Vampire Hunter.

Mike B (us) wrote: Interesting fizzler that dies at the end. Well put-together, but drifts all over the place from midpoint on.

Chris R (kr) wrote: 3 stars mostly because i liked the music and videos.

Jay B (de) wrote: Funny and perversely smart. Choke finds the humor in disease... much like myself. There's heart, there's laughs... it's a decent watch.

Heather M (au) wrote: May is one seriously disturbed whacko.

Simon D (ca) wrote: enjoyable thriller with a decent story and good performances all round.

Michael W (fr) wrote: This movie was amazing! It's all about your state of mind.

Jim r (nl) wrote: Fessenden did a good job as an alcoholic. The movie had potential. It would have been better if they had played more of the possibility of Anna not being real but being a metaphor for heroin.

Michelle K (au) wrote: if someone can send me this movie or tell me how to watch it ...it would be gr8

Aymar J (es) wrote: In the 60s critics said it was about nothing but flesh (ie too postmodern), but it actually critiques well social norms: domesticity, Puritanical work ethic, homo- and heterosexuality, parenthood, etc. And there's that great scene with the drag queens reading a magazine, a GENIUS depiction of sexual/media consumption in age of loose ties. I ate it all up.

Aram G (ca) wrote: Godard's masterpiece.

Jacob M (gb) wrote: "Never again will a woman wear my dresses."One of the most successful dancing collaborations in film history is Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The two did 10 films together, and have delighted audiences for generations. Their most famous, Top Hat, which was my introduction to the Astaire-Rogers films, is a delightful and entertaining musical film.Dancing entertainer Jerry Travers (Fred Astaire), while vacationing in London, annoys the wealthy Dale Tremont (Ginger Rogers) in the hotel room (He was dancing while she was trying to sleep.). Jerry manages to charm Dale with his singing and dancing, but things get complicated whrn Dale believes that Jerry is a married playboy.Other actors appearing in the film include Helen Broderick as Madge, the woman whom Rogers beleves that Astaire is married to, Edward Everett Horton as Horace Hardwick, Astarie's business partner who's the real husband of Madge, Erik Rhodes as Beddini, an Italian swordsman who falls for Rogers, and Eric Blore as Bates, Astaire's servant who has weird mental issues (He calls himself "we" and "us".).I've never been a huge fan of Fred Astaire. Prior to this, my only other experience with the famed actor and dancer was The Band Wagon, which was very overrated. Like with any actor, I decided to give him a second chance, with this experience being my first viewing of him and Ginger. To put it fair, Top Hat, believe it or not, was a delightful little musical.Fred Astaire can dance. Ginger Rogers can dance. Put the two together and lightning strikes. Seriously, these two are the perfect couple. No wnder why the two did 10 films together. The choreography is spectacular and the songs, written by songwriting legend Irving Berlin, best known for writing the Bing Crosby hit "White Christmas," are big standouts. There's "Top Hat", "Isn't it a Lovely Day", "Piccolino", and the best number, "Cheek to Cheek", which delights in the score and the couple dancing.As far as the acting goes, it's alright. Top Hat tries too much at trying to be a comedy and it doesn't always work. The scenes with the swordsman are decently funny, and were entertaining at best. Others, such as that creepy servant, were just too obnoxicious and felt like the pre-Jar Jar Binks of the day. At least Astaire and Roger's chemistry makes up for the bland comedy.Despite some pretty bad comedy, Top Hat is a delightful and memorable musical, with wonderful Irving Berlin songs and incredible dancing from Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. While the best classic musical choreographer is Gene Kelly, Top Hat was entertaining enough for me to check out more Astaire-Rogers films.

Cooper H (nl) wrote: Midnight in Paris is style over substance. Woody Allen gets good performances and great looking sets, but a weird story does little to add anything of meaning.

Austin G (ru) wrote: This movie rocks, the Farley brothers are at it again, with a stupid story line, but still making me laugh through the whole thing, and you just come to love the brothers (twins) that are Bob and Walt Tenor. 4/5 stars