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Thelma is a movie starring Eili Harboe, Kaya Wilkins, and Henrik Rafaelsen. A confused religious girl tries to deny her feelings for a female friend who's in love with her. This causes her suppressed subconsciously-controlled...

Genres
Mystery, Horror, Romance, Thriller, Drama, Fantasy
Director
Joachim Trier
Starring
Kaya Wilkins, Henrik Rafaelsen, Eili Harboe, Ellen Dorrit Petersen

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Genres Mystery, Horror, Romance, Thriller, Drama, Fantasy
Director Joachim Trier
Writer Joachim Trier, Eskil Vogt
Stars Kaya Wilkins, Henrik Rafaelsen, Eili Harboe, Ellen Dorrit Petersen
Country France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark
Also Known As 魔女席瑪, テルマ, Telma, Θέλμα, La maldición de Thelma
Runtime 1 h 56 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 Thelma lives a normal student life away from her conservative parents. But she begins to realise that something is strange about her. Soon she discovers that she has supernatural powers which are not completely under her control and faces its consequences.

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Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 15:23

Thelma (2016) Review: Just when you thought it was safe to open a book again and again, a seemingly endless series of books like Thelma and Louise comes back into focus and shocks you like the novel it's based upon. You want to tell yourself it's a bad movie, but you can't help but be enthralled by the journey of Thelma and Louise, a series of books that was written about a woman who loses her husband, and has to deal with losing her own life, and then the loss of those she loved. This is a very personal movie for me, I think it's one of the few movies that I've ever seen that made me feel the same way about a character, I just can't stop thinking about the story when it's over. This movie really captured the essence of Thelma and Louise's journey, I'm so glad that the movie was made because I could see this movie through to the end. The only reason I can think of that this movie wasn't better, is that it felt too short. The characters are all so well thought out, and you get to see how they deal with their own loss, you see how they get back on their feet, you see how they cope with the world they're left with, and you see how they cope with each other. They were all so well put together, it was like you were watching them grow as people, and you are able to see what they're going through, and then you see the consequences of their actions, you can't help but be moved. There were some characters that I thought were a little overdone, like the hotel manager, or the detective, but those were just minor things. The only thing that I didn't really like about the movie was the special effects. The movie is basically about the last few days of Louise and Thelma's lives, and there were some scenes that were extremely short, like the wedding scene, and some of the scenes where they're just sitting around, or lounging around, the special effects felt rushed, like you were waiting for them to explain how they were going to get to the point they were going to make it, and then they did, but there were just so many times where they didn't explain anything, I was expecting something, and they didn't explain anything, and I was like, "Why didn't they just do that? Why did they have to explain everything, that's how it's supposed to be." That's all I have to say about the special effects. The performances were amazing, they all pulled it off, but it was Jessica Chastain who really made the movie, she was just so intense, and so fantastic, she just seemed so convincing in her role, she really made it believable. As far as the direction goes, it was great, it really captured the essence of the book, and the cinematography was very good. I was very impressed with the editing, they did a very good job at keeping everything straight. Overall, Thelma is a movie that I would definitely recommend, because I think you'll be surprised by how much you enjoy it. 8/10
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 04:20

This film is a strange mix of the three most recent films that have been made. For most of the film, I was immersed in the film. It was scary, suspenseful, and funny. My jaw was hanging open in several scenes. The first scene where Catherine (Stiller) and Thelma (Cranston) were eating in a restaurant had me on the edge of my seat. The scene where Catherine took a bite of a pizza with Thelma's eggplant. The scene where Thelma and Catherine were at the bar and Thelma couldn't get the bread to her lips. The scene where Thelma was lying on the bed and Thelma told her that she was going to be put in an asylum because of her own mental illness. I think the best scene is the scene where Catherine and Thelma were doing their homework. It was a very well shot scene. I don't know why it is only getting 5.9 stars. The acting was good and the plot was good. It kept me guessing as to who the killer was. It was very suspenseful and it was very funny at the same time. This film will appeal to teenagers and adults who like a movie that is suspenseful, scary, and funny. There are two parts that I think people who like horror movies and are in their twenties or thirties should enjoy. The first is the part where Catherine's dad is killed by her mother and Thelma and Catherine are sent to the asylum. The second is when Catherine finds out Thelma is going to be put in an asylum. The actors in the film do a very good job in making Catherine and Thelma likeable and I think this is the only part of the film that will appeal to those who are in their thirties or thirties. I think it is the best part of the film and it is also the only part that is suspenseful. For people who like to see a good horror film, this film is a good film. If you are in your twenties or thirties, I would recommend this film. I think the reason that it is getting so many bad reviews is because it is not a horror film. I think horror movies are a good way to spend your time and this film is one of those. It is not a horror film, but it is a good horror film. I would give this film an 8 out of 10.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 22:08

A more realistic representation of the bestiality/vanity/fantasy of the vampire and the whore, than the very lame remake of the same title from a few years ago. This one features strong acting and a solid screenplay. This one does a little bit more than the original, in my opinion. The plot is a bit too intricate and requires a little more explanation, and the ending is more mature and realistic. I would say that the film does make you think a bit more about the nature of vampirism and the relationship between a vampire and a human. This is definitely a movie that could be watched with a group of friends, or with a stranger. I liked the "erotic" angle that the film took. If you don't like to think, this one is definitely not for you. This is definitely the kind of movie that you could watch with your children, or with your wife, or with someone you really like. It is a good watch, and should be shown in film classes and college film programs. If you are the type of person that would like to see more than the typical action/adventure/romance/thriller/comedy films that Hollywood uses to generate money, this is definitely a good movie to see. There are no super happy endings in this one, which I think is the first point of the movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes a good, mature, "adult" movie. I think the fact that the film is "more realistic" is a good thing. It is a shame that this movie has not been re-released. It is not in theaters in Australia, but there is an amazing DVD that is called "Van Helsing". The plot is better than most films, and this one is a great film. I recommend it to all of you who like movies that are better than average. 8/10.


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