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Ver Mary Queen of Scots

Mary Queen of Scots is a movie starring Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, and Jack Lowden. Mary Stuart's (Saoirse Ronan's) attempt to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie), Queen of England, finds her condemned to years of...

History, Biography, Drama
Josie Rourke
Jack Lowden, Margot Robbie, Joe Alwyn, Saoirse Ronan

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Genres History, Biography, Drama
Director Josie Rourke
Writer Beau Willimon, John Guy
Stars Jack Lowden, Margot Robbie, Joe Alwyn, Saoirse Ronan
Country UK, USA
Also Known As Két királynő, ふたりの女王 メアリーとエリザベス, Maria regina di Scozia, María, reina de Escocia, Marija Kraljica Skotske, Maria Stuart, Königin von Schottland, Μαίρη, Η Βασίλισσα της Σκοτίας, İskoçya Kraliçesi Mary, Marija Stjuart kraljica Škotske, Duas Rainhas, Mariam Stiuarti Shotlandiis Dedofali, Marija, Skotijas karaliene, Marie Stuart: Reine d'Écosse, Maria Stuart, dronning af Skotland, Mary Malkat ha'Scottim, Marie Stuart, Reine d'Écosse, Las dos reinas, Maria, królowa Szkotów, Mary, Queen Of Scots, Marija Skotska, Marie reine d'Écosse, Marija, Škotijos karaliene, Kaksi kuningatarta, Maria, Rainha dos Escoceses, 雙后傳, Mary regina Scoţiei, Mary, Queen of Scots, Mary, šotlaste kuninganna
Runtime 2 h 4 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Mary Stuart's (Saoirse Ronan's) attempt to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie), Queen of England, finds her condemned to years of imprisonment before facing execution.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 07:49

The BBC's American version of the play, portraying a cynical Edward I, has been given a run of the mill production. There is no real sense of horror or even of any foreboding. It is more a bit of a joke, set in a time that has passed. The cast is made up of mainly relatively unknown actors, with such names as Colm Meaney, Christopher Eccleston, David Hemmings, M. Emmet Walsh, Derek Jacobi, the wonderful Patrick Stewart, and Michael Gambon, who plays Sir Walter Raleigh. As a matter of fact, there are even some British actors in the cast: Sheridan Smith, the great great great great actor of the Victorian era, in a small role as the general. The scenes depicting the siege of Agincourt are very good. The costume, the scenery, the music, the scenery and the way the story is told are very good. But that is it. The characters are all stereotypes. The husband, of course, is the unprincipled Edward. The best character in the movie, however, is King Henry, played by Christopher Eccleston. His scenes are very good and very moving. We understand him, as the English people did, and he is much more sympathetic than the other characters. The famous Sir Walter Raleigh is also good, although he is almost an afterthought in the movie. His scenes are the best. I am sorry to say, that the rest of the cast does not really add much to the movie. I would have liked to see more of Sir John Mills, Sir John Gammon, Sir William Cecil and Sir Robert Cecil. All of them have a more significant part than the characters in the play. They are all quite good, even though they are minor characters in the movie. In conclusion, I would say that this is not the best American version of the play, but it is good entertainment. It is worth seeing, even if you have seen the original.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 07:23

In this version of the great play of Shakespeare's "Henry VI Part 1", actor-director Christopher Nolan takes us on a journey through Henry's life from his childhood in England, through his love of music, his journey to the court of Henry VIII (played by an Oscar winning Heath Ledger), through his rule of England, and finally his ultimate downfall as Henry VI, King of England. While the movie's artistic style is spectacular and captures the film's tone of melancholy, there are a few plot holes and flaws that I can't help but notice. I think it would have been more interesting to have cast an actor that actually had some experience playing a role as well as a director that had some experience directing. And of course the film would have been more interesting with a director who had a knack for story-telling. The movie focuses more on the true events and nothing else. The movie follows Henry through his childhood and his love for music. While the movie's version of the play is very well made, it does leave the audience wondering how the film makers have achieved a rich and detailed film on Shakespeare's work. This could have been a much more rewarding experience if they had played the story in a way that made more sense and was more accurate. And the movie focuses too much on the true events. While there is still some truth to the story, the movie gets too much into showing us the finer details and the scenes that were real. In the end, while the movie is not as good as the play, it is still an interesting and interesting movie that will keep you engaged and entertained.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 15:12

So long ago, as I remember, we had a magnificent leader who was able to make Britain great again. By that I mean her ability to lead a nation to the height of economic, social, and military strength and prosperity. My father was a youth in the 1940s, I have great admiration for the magnificence of the world's first great economic powerhouse. I also have a great admiration for the world-class military that made the war effort possible. In my mind, the Brits came close to the glory of Britain and America. It was a wonderful time for all of us, with our world-class industries, our beautiful coastlines, our technological advances, our beautiful colors, and our amazing creativity. I thought the films of the 1940s should be restored to life. The films had great potential, with a great script, great direction, great actors, and great sets. I was a great admirer of Michael Curtiz, and he brought this project to fruition. The story of the Little Lord Fauntleroy is a true classic, and I am very glad to see it restored to its glory. I hope that more films about history are brought to the screen. I have seen a few films on the Great War, and I must say that the story was true and that the battles were great. However, I was not able to see the other films that were made about this period. There are some films that are good and some that are not good, and I think that people should be able to view films about the Great War, and especially about the Battle of Britain, without having to be a Brit, and without having to have British accents. I was very pleased with the restoration of the films that were released in the 1980s, and that I was able to see in the 1990s.

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