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Beast is a movie starring Johnny Flynn, Jessie Buckley, and Geraldine James. A troubled woman living in an isolated community finds herself pulled between the control of her oppressive family and the allure of a secretive outsider...

Genres
Crime, Drama, Mystery, Romance
Director
Michael Pearce
Starring
Johnny Flynn, Jessie Buckley, Geraldine James, Charley Palmer Rothwell

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Product details

Genres Crime, Drama, Mystery, Romance
Director Michael Pearce
Writer Michael Pearce
Stars Johnny Flynn, Jessie Buckley, Geraldine James, Charley Palmer Rothwell
Country UK
Also Known As Canavar, Vadállat, Κτήνος, Zver, Pod ciemnymi gwiazdami, Animal Shadows, Besta, Jersey Affair
Runtime 1 h 47 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 27-year-old Moll works as a tour guide while living with her wealthy parents to help care for her father with dementia. The community is on-edge following a string of unsolved rapes and murders of young women in the area. During Moll's birthday party, her sister hijacks the reception to announce that she is pregnant with twins. Irritated at being upstaged, Moll leaves the party and goes to a nightclub, where she dances with a young man she meets there. The man aggressively pursues her as they leave the club and forces himself upon her near the beach, but Moll is rescued by poacher Pascal, who fends off her pursuer with a hunting rifle. They strike up a romantic fling, much to her family's discomfort, due to his outsider status and suspicions surrounding the ongoing murder case. As their relationship blossoms, Moll reveals some of her troubled past to Pascal: as a teenager she stabbed one of her classmates, though she claims it was in self-defense..

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Friday, 15 May 2020 02:03

Buddha in the street is a film about the 'many faces of God'. I first saw it at a film festival in Philadelphia in 1992 and I thought it was excellent. It was good and i kept thinking to myself that the movie would be great. That is what I thought when i saw the film again and again. I was wrong. The film is about a young girl named Lizzie (Keira Knightley) who is in a gang in Philadelphia and she is being terrorized by the drug dealers. One day, Lizzie is kidnapped by a gang leader and a lot of people start dying. The girl is brought to a clinic in Philadelphia and the doctor says she has AIDS. She does not understand the word AIDS. Then, Lizzie and the doctor learn that they both have a father who died of AIDS. The doctor says that he wanted to make sure that he was with his daughter and he died because of the virus. Lizzie and the doctor want to save her but the gangs of Philadelphia will not let her. I thought that this film was very good. It is not a movie for everyone. There is a lot of violence and a lot of profanity. It is a little disturbing. The violence is not violent at all but it is just a little disturbing. I have to say that this is a great film. The acting is amazing. The whole cast did a great job. The director and writer of the film, Haneke, is a genius. He does a great job and he also has a great director. This film has a great ending. The music is great. The sound is great. The lighting is great. The costumes are great. The writing is great. I like the way the film ends. I think that it is great. I thought that this film was a great film and I think that it is a very good film.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 11:17

When you think of Oscar worthy films, you usually think of a film that has a strong lead actor and has a plot that is pretty well thought out. This film doesn't fall into that category. It is a film that feels like it was made just for the purpose of being made. This film is about a family who has a child, a boy named Max. Max is a gifted child, who is as normal as anyone could ever be. It is the first day of school, and Max's class has been given an assignment. They have to write a song. They decide to do a song based on a newspaper article. They put in a full stop on the letter and make up a new song. The song they write is titled "Whistler's Mother" which is a play on words of the title of the original song. This is how the song is named. In this song, Max finds out he is adopted, and his mother, played by Michelle Pfeiffer, does not want him to know. He gets into trouble, and is sent to a mental institution. In this mental institution, he is given a friend named Mark who has the ability to show him how to act. Max eventually comes out of the institution and returns home to find that his mother has passed away. He is torn between his mother and his new friend Mark, and decides to choose his mother. Max reunites with his family, and realizes that he has been lied to by his mother. Michelle Pfeiffer is fantastic as the mother. She has such a believable character. She is also the perfect choice for the part. She is just as heartbreaking as Max is. She does a great job. But it is Mark who steals the show. He is played by John Hurt. He is a great actor, and is great at playing characters who are mentally unstable. He has the ability to play any type of character, and does a great job at it. I have not seen Hurt before, but I think he is going to be a great actor. The rest of the cast is also great. Dustin Hoffman is amazing as the psychiatrist, Dr. Benjamin T. Layne. I have never seen Hoffman before, but he does a great job. David Strathairn is also good as the priest, Father Merrin. I have never seen Strathairn before, but I think he is going to be a great actor. Overall, this film is a fantastic film. It has great acting, great story, great directing, great photography, great cinematography, and amazing music. The music is fantastic, and the music for the film is also great. I think the music is one of the reasons why the film is so good. It really does help you to focus on the film. Overall, I give this film an A+.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 07:51

Burt Reynold's (John Travolta) very early career was at the crossroads. His best friend and roommate from his years as a Blueberry Pie waitressing gig is killed by a drunk driver and he's now forced to settle for a lower paying job at a supermarket. This is where Burt meets the beautiful and ambitious young wife (Kristen Stewart) of his friend. But the attractive young woman and Burt have to take a stand when a rival rival comes in and threatens the couple. What follows is a fascinating love story. With a cast like this, one expects something spectacular. This movie delivers. Burt is a likable guy. He's a decent father to his young daughter and a person you'd like to be friends with. But he's not perfect. He's at the crossroads of life. He's trying to find a balance between a career and family. He's trying to find the right job that suits his talents. He's struggling to find a girlfriend. He's working his way to a successful career in a career that's not what he envisioned when he was a kid. He's finding his place in life and he's trying to fit in. That's the good guy Burt. He's not perfect, but he's trying to do what's best for himself and his family. It's hard to find a good movie like this. But I'm glad I saw it. It's a movie about making a choice between love and career. And it's about the stakes of a fight that you can't afford to miss. This movie was nominated for three Academy Awards, and it was a surprise to see the first one was not nominated for Best Picture. But the movie deserved it. This is one of the best movies of the year, and it deserves more attention.


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