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Macbeth is a movie starring Michael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, and Jack Madigan. Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and...

War, Drama, History
Justin Kurzel
Marion Cotillard, Frank Madigan, Michael Fassbender, Jack Madigan

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Genres War, Drama, History
Director Justin Kurzel
Writer Michael Lesslie, Jacob Koskoff, Todd Louiso, William Shakespeare
Stars Marion Cotillard, Frank Madigan, Michael Fassbender, Jack Madigan
Country USA, UK, France
Also Known As Quyên Luc Chêt, 馬克白, Macbeth: Ambição e Guerra, マクベス, Makbet, Makveth, Makbetas, Μάκβεθ, Makbets, Магбет
Runtime 1 h 53 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 Macbeth, the Thane of Glamis, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself.

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Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 18:50

As a movie lover and movie enthusiast I had very high expectations for this movie. I watched this movie and I must say that it really was a brilliant movie. The movie tells the story of an eccentric Scottish teacher who is both very successful and very lonely. His adventures and his lessons become so popular that he goes to many other countries. When the movie ends, you will wonder why the teacher stayed in Edinburgh and never went to Scotland. There is a lesson in this movie which you must understand. Even though Shakespeare wrote plays for the past 400 years, he did not write for the whole world. He wrote only for the people of the European countries and some parts of the world. When he wrote his plays he wanted to send the message of enlightenment and growth to all people who would read them. It is very clear that Shakespeare did not want to write for the whole world. His goal was to write for the people of Europe. If you think that I'm talking about "Julius Caesar" (1991), then you're wrong. "Julius Caesar" is not the whole world. I'm sure that the Shakespeare audience in England, France, and other parts of Europe are very different from the Shakespeare audience in America and other parts of the world. If you can't understand that, then it's very important that you read the comments on this page to see what others think about Shakespeare. In conclusion, "Macbeth" is a brilliant movie. It has the whole power of the greatest Shakespearean drama, which is "Hamlet" and the power of "Othello" and the power of "Twelfth Night" (which has some good aspects and some flaws). In this movie, we can see a realistic representation of the Catholic faith. Shakespeare is portrayed as a crazy man, who wants to show the whole world how great he is. His goal is to make all people of the world realize the truth about his work and his life. It is amazing how Shakespeare could write such a wonderful play. The plays are beautiful, the settings are beautiful, the costumes are beautiful, the acting is wonderful. You'll like this movie, but you have to have an understanding of the Shakespearean style to appreciate it. It's a masterpiece.
Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 00:14

My first experience of a director using black and white photography was with director/writer/producer Wes Craven's horror classic "Scream", which was shot in a style similar to that of the film "Amityville Horror" and was a solid entry in the horror genre. Craven has been a big influence on the horror genre with his films such as "Halloween", "Nightmare on Elm Street" and "The Hills Have Eyes" to name a few. "Amityville Horror" has been considered one of the best horror movies ever made, and is still the most popular horror film of all time. However, the movie's style and use of black and white photography are not my favorite aspects of the film, and I can see why many people consider this movie to be "boring". The movie is set in a small town called Amityville, New York in the early 1900's, and is set during the first World War. The movie is about a young couple, played by Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton, and their daughter played by Meryl Streep, and their daughter's boyfriend, played by Patrick Wilson. In the beginning of the movie, we see the couple running around in the woods, and they get lost in the woods. They eventually run into the son of the town's mayor, played by Alan Arkin. When they get lost, they are attacked by a group of people who are all dressed in black and white. When the town's sheriff comes to town to investigate, he finds that the town is being terrorized by a group of people dressed in black and white. The movie then goes into a series of flashbacks to the couple's childhood. In the flashback, the father and mother are trying to find the town's lost boy, played by Dylan Baker, but the boy is nowhere to be found. They then go to a graveyard, where the son of the town's mayor, played by the late, great, and charismatic actor, John Carradine, is buried. When the mayor finds out about the boy, he is enraged and wants revenge. He tries to find the boy, but finds him in the graveyard. The town's mayor then kills the town's sheriff and tries to take the boy, but he is saved by the town's mayor's son, played by a young Tom Arnold. The mayor then tries to get revenge by burning the town, and he does this by blowing up the town with dynamite. The movie ends with the mayor, played by Richard Lynch, dying, and the mayor's son is about to be born. The mayor's son is a young man named Jack Nicholson. The movie is an excellent example of how to use black and white photography. The movie is a fantastic horror movie, but it's also a great example of how to use black and white photography. The movie's cinematography is excellent, and I would definitely recommend watching the movie, as it's well worth the watch. The movie's black and white photography is what makes the movie great, and I would recommend this movie to any horror fans out there. This movie is worth watching, and I would recommend watching it.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 23:04

Well, how about that. Shakespeare, his full-blown plays, the world that he created, his characters, his interpretation of the rules of the game, his characters' plight and their triumph, and the end. Just a few of the things that could be said about the play. I can't do it justice by simply talking about the meaning of the play. One of the things I most admire about this film is how it takes what could be a drab Shakespearean tragedy and shows us the truth of human nature. In that respect, it's a work of art. Another thing I most admire is how the film has chosen not to show how Shakespeare died. I'm not saying that Shakespeare died in an honorable way. He did die. It's just that the film chooses to leave that part out. Instead, we are treated to scenes of King Henry going about his routine of war and invasions. There's no scene of him dealing with his grieving wife or mother-in-law. We are shown scenes of him making things up as he goes along, and we are told the result of that. A nice touch is that the scene of Henry's speech at the beginning of the play is not shown. We are just given the scene of Henry having been crowned King of England and what is he doing. The next day, Henry is dead. The film shows the death scene, but it does not show how the deaths of many of Shakespeare's characters are going to end. This is especially true for Hamlet and the Duke of York. We are not told how these characters die, only how they die. I liked that. It gave a sense of uncertainty, of things going to hell, of the tragedy of life, of the absurdity of war, of the corruption of nobility, of the corruption of kings. And it allowed us to be present with the events of the war as they unfold. It didn't show the king being killed, but we were there. It was the war that was the story, not the king. And the main difference between Shakespeare and the rest of us is that the story is told from the viewpoint of the people who are to be the heroes. No king or queen is left out. It is not a portrait of a king or queen. It is a story of the people who go about in the world with their own fears and desires, their own interests, and their own aims. These are the people who become the people we all are. The play's greatest strength is that it shows us what a true person is. That's a good thing. It gives us a real look at the characters, not only their personal lives, but also their actions and their motives. It is the fullest statement that the character can make, which makes it all the more meaningful. Shakespeare knew what a great work of art this was, and I think that he knew that he was to be used and that he was to be used. He knew that when he died, it was only a matter of time before his work would be used. Shakespeare was a man who lived on through his life, and his work lived on through him. He had created something that could live on through him. He knew how much he had to leave in the world for us to see, and he did. If only his contemporaries had had that same idea of how to be good, if only they had a little more wisdom. We would be a better people.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 01:08

Spoilers herein. Two centuries ago King Duncan was (in the eyes of his people) murdered by his own family for their own selfish gain. Now, in this remarkable adaptation of Shakespeare's sonnet, you can clearly see the sinister man behind the mask - and the beautiful statue of a giant head is what really made the story come to life. Duncan, being a proud man of action, tries to stop his sister and her beloved son from marrying to another noble man and then assassinating him. In doing so, he causes his own family's disgrace and the King's downfall. But Duncan's ruthless ambition is shattered, the true purpose of his life hidden, and he is brought down from his throne by the tragedy that befalls his family and the King's. Yet, he is restored to his throne by the death of his son, leaving his kingdom to be ruled by his sister's son. The tale becomes an allegory about vengeance and redemption, showing the grandeur of the King and his people's nobility in a time of turmoil and depravity. The acting is very good, with the two main characters, Duncan and the Queen, holding their own in their roles. Each character has a large role in the story, and each character is very well played. I especially liked Cate Blanchett's portrayal of Duncan. His murderous nature is shown in his jealousy of the Queen and his feelings of jealousy for her son. Yet, his good intentions, and the way he tries to redeem himself from his own self-destructive motives, are revealed as the story goes on. In the end, the story is not completely up to snuff, and at times, there are some elements that don't make sense (for example, Duncan is murdered, yet he doesn't even know his son, or the Queen's obsession with an expensive painting). Yet, the story is wonderful, with fantastic acting and cinematography. Overall, this is a wonderful film, and I recommend it to all people who are into Shakespeare.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 02:56

This movie can be a bit hard to watch. You are on the edge of your seat the whole time. For some people, this is one of their first time watching a Shakespeare adaptation and it's going to be the hardest one to watch for a long time. The whole storyline is very complicated and it's hard to follow. The way the movie is told in English is so slow and easy to understand. Some of the characters are hard to understand at times and the lines are pretty hard to understand. There is a lot of information in the film. The movie is really long. The first hour and a half of the movie is pretty long and slow. When it's over, you are in a different place and it is a totally different movie. Some people will say it is a disaster. I don't really think it is a disaster. The performances were good. Keanu Reeves was amazing as the young king. Juliette Binoche was a pretty good choice as Queen Margery. Ralph Fiennes was amazing as the King of England. He really played a major role in the story. However, there was a couple of performances that were kind of cheesy. I didn't really think they were that bad. Also, the movie is pretty depressing. I found it hard to watch at times and I found myself wanting to leave. The movie also has some of the most brutal executions I have ever seen. I also found it pretty gruesome and graphic. Overall, I think this is a great movie. It's not Shakespeare, but it's a very good movie and it's hard to watch at times. I would recommend this movie to people who love Shakespeare and want to watch a good adaptation. It's not Shakespeare, but it's a very good movie. Overall Rating: 8/10.
Friday, 15 May 2020 21:46

First of all, the only reason I read about the movie was because it's directed by Joel Schumacher and was set in Victorian England. What I found most disappointing about the movie was that the film lacks a strong story. The story is simply not there. The second most disappointing thing was that the movie lacked a strong climax. It doesn't have a strong climax that was powerful enough to keep the audience on the edge of their seats. The last disappointing thing about the movie is the actors. I felt like they were playing very stiff roles. They weren't convincing enough to make the audience care about the characters. I also felt that the actors just tried too hard to sound confident and intimidating. The character that I was the most disappointed in was Michael Gambon. He plays his role as a silent narrator. He is simply too over the top. He comes across as over the top. Also, he doesn't have the right amount of emotion to the character. I thought that Tobey Maguire and Martin Freeman were quite good in their roles. I also thought that Morgan Freeman and Ian McShane were good as well. Overall, I didn't like the movie at all. The movie lacks a strong story. I felt that the director was trying to take the story to an extreme. I also thought that the actors were over the top. Also, I felt that the character of Bors was over the top. I really don't like this movie. I would have been much more satisfied with the movie if the director would have just had the character of Bors speak for the entire movie instead of just narrating. Overall, I would say that I would not recommend the movie to anyone. I think that the movie was not strong enough to be good. If you are in the mood for a movie that is just a little different, you may enjoy this movie.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 16:37

Peter Jackson's adaptation of Macbeth is among his best work, and I don't think there has ever been a film of this size or scale to compare it to. I think it's probably one of the best things in the entire trilogy. It's arguably the most action-packed of the three, and the best story in the whole series. I think that's why it's so powerful, it's like a fairy tale, you can just watch it on the big screen and never get tired of it. The score is one of the best of the series, and the pacing is perfect, even though it has a slow start. I think the main reason that it's so amazing is that it shows the man's impact on his world, it shows how a ruler could be so cruel and callously, yet he still has a good heart. It shows the darkness that power corrupts, and how those who fall from it, are all doomed. And it shows how they end up fighting for honor and for the honour of the land, because it's all about them. The other reason that it's so powerful is because it's the story of a king who has done some of the worst things in the world, yet he still has a heart. And a soul. It's not just about the power, it's about the lack of power. Because he knows that there are people in the world who can never be free from the legacy he leaves behind. That's why it's so powerful, it shows how the story is about the power. In fact, I think that the two best things about this film is the acting and the direction. Christopher Lambert's performance is so haunting and powerful, and the way he was able to hold it all together, was incredible. I think that, on top of the cast, it's the direction that holds the film together. For me, the director was a big reason why it was so amazing. I don't think that anyone could have made this film better. There are only a few directors who can come close to this one. I think it's no coincidence that he directed both Lord of the Rings and this film, and that's a sign of great talent. The acting is incredible, and the way the story is told is brilliant. I think the greatest thing about this film is the music. The score is fantastic, and it's the main reason that this film is so impressive. I know that's a spoiler, but it's the main reason why I give this film such a high score. It's just one of the best scores I've ever heard, and the way it's executed is also amazing. I think that if this film hadn't had a brilliant score, I wouldn't be so impressed with it, but the score gives it such an amazing edge. And the direction is amazing as well, especially when it comes to the pacing. It's very slow in some parts, but when it moves, it moves really fast. That's why I like it so much, because it's a story of power, and the film should move so fast because it's about the power. Overall, I think this film is so powerful and is one of the best films of the three. I think it's a very dark film, but that's what makes it so powerful. And it's also a very powerful and powerful story, with a great cast, a great directing, and amazing music. I think it's so good, and I hope that people like it, because it's an amazing film, one of the best films of all time.

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