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(34780) 6.3 124 min 2018

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...

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

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

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Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 17:20

I just finished watching this movie and while it may not be the greatest movie I've ever seen (or at least a movie I'd want to watch again) it was actually quite interesting and worth watching. It took me out of my usual Hollywood/Hollywood-lite movies that I love to watch. No American Shakespeare. No Edith Wharton. No Tristam. No Billy Jack. It's a Scottish movie.and it's even better for that. I don't have much to say about this movie that hasn't been said before in other reviews of it. But I'll say that it was an interesting, and at times heart-wrenching, experience. It wasn't the typical drama about how hard it is for women to enter the theatre. It was a hard movie. And as a Scotsman I found it quite inspiring. I felt the sadness, the despair, the anger and love. It had a tremendous visual impact to the movie. And that I didn't expect. I'd seen it as a kid and in a cinema and was disappointed at the screen. I'd never been so happy in my life. I'm 32 years old now and for me this movie is a nostalgic trip to a place I remember from childhood. I love movies and I love to watch them. And this one is the best. My one regret is that I didn't see this one when I was younger. The theatre I saw it in was too small to handle the audiences and the action had to be in the corners. And I was a very lucky movie goer. If I'd seen it in a theatre in America, it would have been just as good. I have two daughters and they loved this movie. The acting was good and I loved the story. It's an interesting film and definitely worth watching.
Wednesday, 12 Aug 2020 21:41

What can I say about this movie that hasn't been said already? It's amazing! How they managed to portray the royal family from history to present day, even on screen, is beyond me. I know I have been to some of their very private and private homes and it's amazing to me how their families had lived and worked and interacted in such a way. There are a couple of things that the movie leaves out that make me wonder and question the history of Scotland at large: 1) The Welsh general John de Lacy who set off a revolutionary war against England at the beginning of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. The English say he is a traitor and all sorts of stuff. Lacy is far from traitor, he is well on his way to becoming the king and was only a traitor to a king who wanted to rule England. 2) The marriage of Queen Victoria to Edward VII. Again, you have to wonder about what was in England at the time? Was this a good thing? The American statesman James Madison, and the US Constitution itself in general, say "A majority is better than a minority." So should we really accept a situation where the majority of the people voted to become the king and the queen? What is that about? 3) The English Rebellion of the 1540s, the rise of King James II (Elizabeth's brother) to become King Edward VII and the battle of Bosworth. Again, the Americans and the US constitution stand in a way for what should happen. I don't know about you but I would like to have known about all of these things that happened in my country. All of them! This movie, even though it's over 100 years old, still has enough information to make the viewer think about the way people were and the relationships we had back then. The pacing of the movie is perfect. It wasn't boring, it was nonstop from the beginning until the end. The actors are great. I especially liked the way they portrayed the family in this film and the court at large. I think they captured everything perfectly. I have to give credit to the director as well. He made this movie to show a different side of England and the royal family and he did it with style. The music was fantastic. I can't believe that the director didn't pay homage to this movie by using it for his own film, yet. So all in all, I think it was an amazing movie. Everyone has been saying "Man, the royals just don't get a break anymore." Yeah, but they have a lot more to get a break from, so I wouldn't be surprised if they get a break at any moment from now on. This movie was amazing and very relevant at the same time. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone. The only thing that I don't understand is that I don't like the British people. I think they're all criminals and rebels
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 09:14

a beautiful piece of art, but the stench of sexism in today's film industry was over-dramatized, even for it's time. that's not fair. that's part of what this film is about. The film is about one of the most popular women of her time, the beautiful, idealized beauty queen of Scotland. The queen, Katherine of Aragon, is trying to gain power in England, first by successfully defeating a rival queen, Elizabeth I, then by winning her marriage to the king. Unfortunately, Katherine and the other ladies of the court, the ladies who had a heart of gold, have more than enough, and want to get even with Katherine by marrying the king, the king of England. Many of the ladies are nobles and warlords, and one of them is a white haired, quite handsome, suave and very much of the court. Katherine meets the king's son, James, and instantly becomes enamored of him, and her life revolves around him. When Katherine comes to England, the nobles have made many promises of marriage to her. Katherine is fascinated by the king's son James, but she realizes that he is a boy who has a troubled past, and when she learns that James is an illegitimate child of the king's mother, Katherine is furious, but finds herself loving James, and maybe finding out her first true love. She spends all her time with James and trying to have an affair with James' father, the king. To all of the ladies, Katherine is a creature of need, and she is able to attract all of them to her by making promises of marriage, and thereby giving them everything they want, to use her as a weapon. The film is fantastic. It's not a simple historical drama, nor is it a romantic drama. The film is very much about love, lust, war, royalty, and the women who became involved in it. I thought the film was stunning, and I'm still amazed by it. The film is worth seeing, and is much more than the sum of its parts. I will give it 9 stars out of 10.

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