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Pride 2014 (English) by DEPRiVED Download Free

Samedi 11 octobre 2014
Pride 2014 torrent
Seeds: 114 Peers: 82

Language: English
Runtime: 120 min
Audio: 2.1 Stereo
Subtitles: German
Frame Rate: 25 fps
Video Bitrate: 5228 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 256 kbps

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Year: 2014
Genre: Comedy, Drama, History
Starring: Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton, Dominic West

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Review: If you liked Four Weddings and a Funeral, then the similar mix of humour and pathos of Pride will really grab you. And if you fumed at the injustice of it all in Made in Dagenham, and cheered the women workers on as they made their hard-fought bid for fair play, then youll love this film. Its an amazing bit of political and social history brought alive on the screen, and great entertainment to boot.I lived in South Wales during the miners strike, and the characters in Pride were really well portrayed. They werent twee, or stereotypes. They were wholly believable.Absolutely loved it.

Divergent 2014 English Download Free

Samedi 11 octobre 2014
Divergent 2014 torrent
Seeds: 114 Peers: 64

Language: English
Runtime: 139 min
Audio: 2.1 Stereo
Subtitles: German
Frame Rate: 25 fps
Video Bitrate: 5228 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 256 kbps

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Year: 2014
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Starring: Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet

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Review: I went to see this movie misled by the high rating on IMDb. Unfortunately it looks like Hollywood makes movies for people with short memory. I admit I havent read the source book, but I guess I wouldnt, judging by what came out of it. I hereby venture myself in saying that the book is also a bad SciFi novel. It has way to obvious imports from well known themes that have been exploited to the brim by today (like the perfect society that sacrifices diversity for peace, the different guy that stands-up to the system, the genuine technology that controls individuals (poorly described, by the way), the fear confrontation ad the list could go on and on. It is not essentially bad to bring these themes in a movie, but I see nothing new, original here. So… if you have seen Equilibrum and the Hunger Games then you know it all. Movies today are just mobile phones… keep reproducing features from the competition, while it is supposed to be an art. Another thing cant stand in movies in general is the poor IT incursions. I am talking about the scene in which Jeanine is asked to turn off the control system which consists of a huge touch screen in which she just hits some cancel button. That was really pathetic… Anyone could have done that right? Another thing that I cant stand, is the cheap psychology things in these movies. They are all based on some sort of psychoanalysis which is long time deprecated in therapy. But it is somehow considered to be cool and trendy by producers to insert these kind of flavour into the movies to make it more profound. Or are they just as stupid and ignorants as the target viewers? Anyhow… to me, this is bad taste in art. If you want to really go for it, you must do way better that that and if you cant, then at least make it more interesting. It is also true that movies like Inception dont occur every month, but once they do… they set a trend and everybody will just take a byte of it. Dont get me wrong, it is a watchable movie, perhaps a little too long for its story, which, by the way, is very predictable and full of clichés. I read some users claiming it resembles The Hunger Games and so it is, especially with the modest ending that awkwardly announces a sequel. I could predict how the story developed and ended after the first 15 minutes and thats what makes this movie mediocre. Script is mediocre, but at least it does not abounds in stereotypes so its bearable. What can be said about acting… there is no acting in this kind of movies, you only need to be young and good looking, be able to learn your part and youre done. Its not that the actors are bad, but the movie itself is not based on any acting mastery and just because of that, the girl gets a plus for making something out of it. I am curious if the ratings will stay as high as now in time.

Belle 2013 [English] License Download Free

Samedi 11 octobre 2014
Belle 2013 torrent
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Language: English
Runtime: 104 min
Audio: 2.1 Stereo
Subtitles: German
Frame Rate: 25 fps
Video Bitrate: 5228 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 256 kbps

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Year: 2013
Genre: Drama
Starring: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Matthew Goode, Emily Watson

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Review: In years hence, audiences will be able to point to this film, as the moment the world knew Gugu Mbatha-Raw was going to be big. Belle is Amma Asantes feature-length directorial debut, and her work here is astonishingly confident. Tackling a period piece may seem daunting to most, but in Asantes case, she has the benefit of a top-notch cast, and a truly fascinating story. Loosely based on the story of Dido Elizabeth Belle, Dido was the daughter of an enslaved African woman and an English admiral.As the film begins, although she is born illegitimate, Didos father (Matthew Goode, Stoker) gives her over into the care of his great-uncle, William Murray, the first Earl of Mansfield (Tom Wilkinson), who acts as the Lord Chief Justice of the British courts. As she grows into a young woman, Didos life at the palatial estate of Kenwood is full of mixed blessings. While her uncle and aunt (Emily Watson, Breaking the Waves) treat her as if she were their own—they raise her alongside their other niece, Elizabeth Murray (Sarah Gadon, A Dangerous Method)—social conventions of eighteenth century society are immovable; no matter how much they love her, Dido feels the sting of being forced to eat with the servants, when company comes calling.The greatness of the film comes in its intricate plotting, and in the parallels drawn between gender and race. Author Jane Austen dealt with the position of women in English society through the use of dry humor—though the rage at a young woman being forced into marriage in order to secure a safe future was always very much present. In Belle however, there is no satire to soften the blow. As Elizabeth comes out, venturing to London in search of a husband, she points out to Belle the inherent unfairness of a system that allows women to be treated as male property. Dido doesnt necessarily have the problem of a search for a husband, as the inheritance of her fathers fortune ensures that she is financially secure; but for a radiant young woman in the prime of her life, her uncles insistence on keeping her out of sight understandably rankles her.Matters are complicated by the arrival of John Davinier (Sam Reid), the son of a local clergyman. Ambitious and wide-eyed, John wants to try to rise in station, training with Lord Mansfied to become a lawyer. His outspoken, radically abolitionist views on a notorious legal case Lord Mansfield is trying annoy the Lord considerably; but he rouses all the passionate feeling in Dido that she has been forced for so long to suppress.As Lord Mansfield, Wilkinson (Batman Begins, Michael Clayton) plays the exasperated father figure with the correct touches of humor and warmth. As a judge, he projects the inner conflicts of a man with the weight of the entire economic system on his shoulders; you can see him try to deflect from the strong-arming of local politicians, who want to ensure that the presence of the mulatto in his house will not affect his ruling on the case. As Elizabeth, Gadon takes what could have been a very stereotypical role of the flighty, romantic English girl, and brings a deep sense of hurt to it. Having been left with her uncle after her new stepmother successfully wrote her out of her fathers will, Elizabeths cheery exterior hides an emotionally hurt young girl.And finally, there is Mbatha-Raw. As Dido, the engine that drives the film, you may deeply feel her two-fold frustration as a woman, and as a person of color. You will be carried away by her passion—her belief that things should not remain the same. On a more general level, the camera absolutely adores her. She moves and projects with a vitality and ease that forces one to stop at several points. Her characterization and her performance are so accomplished, that her independent-minded heroine could stand toe-to-toe with the multiple incarnations of Jane Austens Elizabeth Bennett. If Belle is any indication, and if there is any fairness in this world, there should be more great things to come from her.-…