Women in Love
Close friends Rupert Birkin and Gerald Crich begin romances with siblings Ursula and Gudrun Brangwen. After the couples wed, they take a joint honeymoon to Switzerland, where things begin happily -- but they become increasingly complicated as the trip continues. Rupert and Ursula are determined to stay faithful to one another, while the aloof Gerald and the eccentric Gudrun turn to infidelity and sexual exploration.
- Category:Romance, Drama
- Stars:Alan Bates, Oliver Reed, Glenda Jackson, Jennie Linden, Eleanor Bron, Alan Webb, Vladek Sheybal, Catherine Willmer, Phoebe Nicholls, Sharon Gurney, Christopher Gable, Michael Gough, Norma Shebbeare, Nike Arrighi, James Laurenson,
- Director:Ken Russell,
- Writer:D.H. Lawrence (novel), Larry Kramer (written for the screen by)
The battle of the sexes and relationships among the elite of Britian's industrial Midlands in the 1920s. Gerald Crich and Rupert Berkin are best friends who fall in love with a pair of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Women in Love torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: Not as good as first one. Lost some it charm But still better them some action flicks Good for rent but that about it
(fr) wrote: I admired the hell of out this movie challenging me, from its story structure and the subject matter.
(de) wrote: Although minor Spielberg, The Adventures of Tintin is stuffed with entertainment from start to finish.
(gb) wrote: Since I've subscribed to Fangoria Horror Magazine last year, I've rented a lot of the low-budget indie horror movies I've read about in it. Surprisingly, most of them were pretty good (like Deadgirl, Martyrs, Sick Girl, or Grace). But every once in awhile one sucks so badly I rethink taking the mag's recommendations seriously. Plaguers is a case in point. It takes place in the future (never says when) aboard a starship (whose mission is never stated) carrying a weird glowing green orb (what it is - never explained) that stops to save a bunch of survivors on a ship that resembles a giant butt-plug. Steve Railsback is the only noticeable star in this (he played alien-abductee Duane Barry on one of the best X-Files 2-parters, and the title character in Ed Gein), but the rest of the actors in the film are so bad it's as if they were all hired directly from a porno movie set. Turning this movie into a porno would've been the only way to save it. The survivors are space nurses or something, and their long silver boots are the only thing even remotely futuristic-looking in the entire film (I mean, the spaceship sets look like they're made out of cardboard). The chicks turn out to be as evil as they are bad actresses, and take over the ship for no reason. The green orb leaks green piss all over someone, turning them into bad-looking zombies. Basically they just have some blood on them and gigantic hick teeth. Steve Railsback turns out to be a synthoid, blatantly ripping off Aliens. The 2 wires sticking out of his shirt when he is wounded are fucking hilarious (I mean, terrible and sad). To be honest, I had to fast-forward through much of the last half-hour. I've seriously NEVER done this to a movie in my life. First at x1.5 speed, so I could still hear what everyone was saying. When I realized no one had anything important to say, I switched to x10 speed. When it looked like nothing much was happening other than some ridiculous zombie fights and walking around the ship, I switched to x30 speed and thankfully the end credits came up pretty fucking quick. I feel so sorry for Steve Railsback, man. Check out his filmography; I'm pretty sure he was in some decent movies back in the '80s.
(ru) wrote: Are you kidding me people? This movie was incredibly done. Julianne Moore more out there rolls. I found this movie to be intriguing and disturbing. I thought the acting was mind blowing!
(br) wrote: i hate saif in this movie i love hrithik and esha ....
(mx) wrote: Denis' most fully realized film. A stunning adaptation of Melville's Billy Budd removed from the sea and placed into a Legionairre outpost in Djibouti. Denis cleverly uses music and the human movement to stress the underlying elements of family and faith put to the test by jealousy. Denis Lavant (Mauvais Sang, Le Amants Sur De Neuf) acts on a level rarely seen in modern film. I have not seen this screened in 8 years and last night it still hit me as it did then.
(au) wrote: This movie was some type of reward. I've got no interest in watching it.
(us) wrote: I love this movie I was married to someone who was 29 and I was 43 I can so relate!
(mx) wrote: I all most feal a sleep watching this movie
(ca) wrote: Melodramatic to a fault, Mandingo is definitely not a great film. But one must respect the challenges inherent with telling a story about wildly racist plantation owners in a way films like Gone With The Wind could only timidly gloss over.
(ru) wrote: "Love is stronger than witchcraft". Veronica Lake steals the show and makes this movie a real treat to see! The special effects were pretty clever for it's time. A must-see.
(mx) wrote: I WAS BORN TO MURDER THE WORLD!!
(de) wrote: Such visual beauty in one film makes this film the 'fairest one of all' or among them.
(es) wrote: Forgotten in the era of VHS comedies. One to check out.
(jp) wrote: Very boring, very clichd (professor by day, secret agent by night, I kid you not), and only interesting for the climbing scenes that show up at the end. These scenes were quite impressive for the time, achieved by shooting on location and taking insane risks, but don't make up for the rest of the film's faults. And Clint Eastwood is frankly the wrong actor for the part.
(de) wrote: Love this movie. Popcorn!