Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight

Sort of a cross between "Love Story" and an earthy Rembrandt painting, this movie stars Rutger Hauer as a gifted Dutch sculptor who has a stormy, erotic, and star-crossed romance with a beautiful young girl. The story follows the arc of their relationship and his interaction with her family.

Sort of a cross between "Love Story" and an earthy Rembrandt painting, this movie stars Rutger Hauer as a gifted Dutch sculptor who has a stormy, erotic, and star-crossed romance with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Turkish Delight torrent reviews

Jordan G (nl) wrote: This was an amazing movie. Classic western with a juggalo twist - what's not to love? Plus with Jason Mewes, Ron Jeremy, and Vanilla Ice, you really can't go wrong!

Will H (jp) wrote: I liked this documentary and can now appreciate Frank Frazetta ten times as much as I did before. Especially enjoyed comments from Bakshi, also the random 5 minutes with Danzig was pretty awesome. Pretty epic for a documentary I would say.

Jennifer T (gb) wrote: Awww. Awww. More aww.

sarah g (gb) wrote: I loved the book, and I adored the movie. My #1 favorites movie. "What's wrong with being number two?"

Jarad B (fr) wrote: digital copy does NOT WORK!!

Rob B (kr) wrote: what starts out as a movie about a member of british parliament having an affair with a woman who maybe part of the kgb turns into a conspiracy thriller concerning a reporter investigating into covert operations between the british government and the american government. the truth he discovers will bring a shock to both systems of government. this is an excellent political thriller. nicely photographed by roger deakins and directed well by david drury with equally impressive performances from gabriel byrne, denholm elliott and greta scacchi. this is one film worth checking out.

Leyla P (fr) wrote: Cinco estrellas! O si no que le pregunten al Maistro Chechurra! :D

Brad S (fr) wrote: I finally watched this Polanski film which had been on my list for over a decade. It's not great but I liked it. The more you know and like the Vampire genre, the more you'll get out of it. It'd a horror-comedy that's more amusing than funny. The production values and direction are solid. I had never seen a Sharon Tate film before, she was absolutely stunning. For Polanski fans or people who like the genre only.

Phillip D (mx) wrote: Simple and sweet with a bunch of tremendous song and dance numbers. A lot of fun.

Andrey B (mx) wrote: A true masterpiece. This film easily could be named the best British picture of the XX century. Extraordinary in execution it is very entertaining too. It has everything a perfect thriller\noir should have. Its awesome cinematography executed in expressionistic style is just fascinating. A rare gem that is worth watching many times.

Ashleigh S (br) wrote: Dean Stockwell- cutest child star ever

Mickey C (es) wrote: This movie was phenomenal. Helen and Hopkins blow their performances right out of the water. The problem with "professional" movie critics since the very first movie review is they think part of their job is to be overly pretentious. The more they insult movies with clever quips and overly grammatical sentences, the smarter they think they are. And so, when a great movie like Hitchcock appears, they pull out their thesaurus and go to work instead of actually looking at every detail of this film. I have no reviewing experience, at least professionally but I can tell when a movie is terrible or not. And this movie is the complete opposite of that. 5 stars only because I cant rate any higher on this website. And "professional" critics I say LIGHTEN UP AND JUST ENJOY THE FILM. Using smart long words only proves the utter stupidity you're trying to hide.

Rory n (ca) wrote: Lady and the Tramp is an all time classic Disney movie. It has all the adventure, romance, and music that defines a Disney movie. Even if you don't like dogs, I guarantee that the movie can still keep you invested in what's happening. The whole story functions as a love story and doesn't worry it self with some classic movie expectations, most notably an antagonist. Debatably the cats are the villains, but they are in the movie for 5 minutes tops and don't qualify as villains. And who can forget Bella Note, the main theme of the movie. That one song conveys emotions of all kinds and presented us with the famous spaghetti kiss, which would be re created in many pop culture hits. The movie has great characters, great music, and proves it is the best animal film Disney had made. Aristocats and 101 Dalmatians cannot compare to this masterpiece.

Mike T (nl) wrote: Elia Kazan uses color brilliantly in this film, giving it an autumnal tone and atmosphere that emphasizes its quiet sadness. Beautifully subdued and patiently paced, the movie's power settles in a few minutes after the closing credits have rolled. Montgomery Clift's performance is outstanding, and he shares great screen chemistry with Lee Remick. I was forced to watch this picture on Youtube, but its potency shone through despite the bad quality of the transfer.

Russell L (us) wrote: It is rare to see two good actors interact and overact so magnificently a full length movie. Very rarely in this movie did you not know you were watching actors acting. The plot is most likely the fault of the acting problems... It seems to have been written as a bunch of cute little contrived scenes that were then glued together by whatever means necessary. The meaning of life for this movie may indeed be "BallSack".