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(4828) 4.3 118 min 2018

London Fields is a movie starring Amber Heard, Cara Delevingne, and Theo James. Clairvoyant femme fatale Nicola Six has been living with a dark premonition of her impending death by murder. She begins a tangled love affair with...

Starring
Amber Heard, Jaimie Alexander, Cara Delevingne, Theo James
Genres
Mystery, Thriller, Crime
Director
Mathew Cullen

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Mystery, Thriller, Crime
Director Mathew Cullen
Writer Roberta Hanley, Martin Amis, Martin Amis
Stars Amber Heard, Jaimie Alexander, Cara Delevingne, Theo James
Country UK, USA
Also Known As Londra Topraklari, London Fields - Romance Fatal, Campos de Londres, Londoni pálya, ロンドン・フィールズ, Séduction Fatale, Visi nori Nikoles
Runtime 1H 58M
Description Clairvoyant femme fatale Nicola Six has been living with a dark premonition of her impending death by murder. She begins a tangled love affair with three uniquely different men: one of whom she knows will be her murderer.

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Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 13:21

First of all, I think this movie is not for everyone. I don't think many of us were expecting a classic mystery story, even if the plot is OK, it's not going to be something that a lot of people are going to really enjoy. So, if you don't mind to watch an average thriller that is nothing really special, you should give this movie a chance, because if you like to see a movie about a serial killer and detective story, you will definitely love it. Now, the thing that makes the movie better is the performances by the actors. They all do great jobs, and each of them have something to bring their character to life, and it is especially evident when they act together. The movie is not one of those ones where all the actors are great, and you know they are great because they all do good jobs, but they just don't get the full reward. Now, the things that make the movie stand out are the three main characters. The movie is set in the fictional city of Bigsville, which is a really nice setting. It has great locations, and the acting in the movie is also great, especially in the two main characters, Ian McShane and Charlie Hunnam. They really bring their character to life. Charlie is also very good in his role, and he really fits in the role of the detective, and it is very believable that he would want to become a cop. Ian McShane also does a great job in his role, and he really brings the seriousness and the weight of his character to it. The thing that really brings this movie to life is the music. Every scene has a great soundtrack to it, and the score by Tony Wilson is absolutely great. I think that the score is the best thing about the movie. The background score by Sam Pollock is also great, and I really love the opening song "Fifty Shades of Grey" by The Prodigy. I think that all of those things really make the movie even better. I give this movie an 8/10, because the movie could have been a bit better, and that's the biggest fault I had with it. I really hope that more people will see this movie, because it is a really nice movie, and if you like this kind of movie, you should definitely give it a shot.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 07:38

Pauline Collins (Elisabeth Moss) is a recent divorcee in a wealthy New England household. Her husband, Patrick (Ben Mendelsohn) is a successful account executive who has spent a fortune on cars and clothes. She is very concerned about his ill health, so she moves in with him. He is a recent widower who has spent most of his life with his second wife, Natasha (Julianne Moore) a former model. The couple are as happy as ever, but she feels slightly abandoned. She has not spoken to him for some time, and he only visits when he is needed, and doesn't see her very often. She also has a relationship with her younger sister, Doris (Ann Dowd). One day, however, she receives a phone call from Patrick and rushes to the door. She quickly discovers that his wife has left him and is heading to New York, where Patrick lives. Patrick informs her that he has been sent to an island for a month and that he has gone to work at the corporate offices. That night, Pauline and Patrick are arrested by the police for failing to appear for court dates. The next day, Pauline leaves her husband for her sister. When she comes home, she discovers that her husband is missing, and that Natasha is still living at her old home. She rushes to the island with the police, where they discover a dead body. Pauline soon realizes that her sister is also a victim of this murder. While investigating the death, she discovers that a drug dealer named Norman (Patrick Fugit) has taken all of Pauline's money and is selling her. In a panic, Pauline seeks the help of an investigative reporter (Michael Shannon) and a fellow journalist (Jessica Lowndes). They track down a prostitute named Jennifer (Jane Levy), who may have a connection to the case. Although the plot is very gripping, the film is disappointing due to the lack of substance. The cast is full of established actors and there is not much room for the new actors. In fact, the entire cast is not even given a chance to establish their characters, and the only introduction of a fresh face is when Ann Dowd's character is introduced. However, the film still has some things going for it. The acting from Julianne Moore is amazing and her portrayal of the nervous, nervous and aggressive reporter Jessica Lowndes is very good. The plot, although slow, is very suspenseful and never lets up. The screenplay was very well done, and was slightly different than what I expected. It is a very believable film, with a good ending. However, the film is just a little bit too long for its own good and not very gripping at all. It is better suited to those who like a good suspense thriller. It is worth watching, but not something you will want to see again. I give it an 8/10.
Monday, 04 May 2020 06:44

Maggie Rose is a model whose fall from grace has lead to a life of crime and prostitution. Maggie is hired by her best friend Jessica (Joyeuse LeGault) to appear in a documentary that will be used to attract a photographer. Maggie's good looks and sunny disposition attract the photographer, who decides to hire Maggie as a model. Maggie and Jessica soon meet in a bar where they talk about their life in the city and Maggie reveals to Jessica that she is not a model. Maggie's answer is very simple - "I'm not a model. I'm a whore." This answer goes against all that Maggie has lived and done, and the only thing that she has left is her looks and charm. Maggie's life of crime and prostitution is now over and she finds herself being blamed for what happened to her. A while after Maggie has been eliminated from the scene, the photographer hires her to be a waitress at a restaurant and her life is once again a living hell. Maggie has lost her looks and a career, but her charm is still shining brightly in her eyes. She tries to survive in a world that seems to be moving on its own without her. She also has another opportunity to get her perfect look back as a model, but that opportunity is lost when her former model friend Jessica is hired to take a picture of Maggie. Jessica has the perfect body for a model and Maggie can't believe that she is so beautiful. Maggie finds out the real reason why she was sent to New York. It seems that Jessica is a former model who wants to see her beauty that she once had, but her body doesn't look like it did. Maggie is left to live her life of crime with a bad conscience and a low self-esteem. The mystery begins when Maggie's only friend, Jessica, comes to New York and realizes what has happened to her. She and Maggie try to live a normal life, but it is hard to forget the loss of her friend and the humiliating things that she has had to go through. Maggie's former model friend Jessica finds a new love and tries to make Maggie realize that she is not perfect, but she still loves Maggie. This movie is not the typical thriller. The best part of this movie is that it is so realistic and true to life. It shows you how people in this world deal with the loss of their loved ones. Maggie is found out by her former model friend Jessica and Jessica has to deal with her own loss. She cannot help but to be disgusted by Maggie's life, but she still loves her, and so she decides to forgive her. This is one of the best movie of this year. It is realistic and real and not fake and unreal. I give it a perfect rating of 8 out of 10.


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