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(3230) 5.5 113 min 2018

Damsel is a movie starring Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, and David Zellner. It's the Wild West, circa 1870. Samuel Alabaster, an affluent pioneer, ventures across the American frontier to marry the love of his life, Penelope. As...

David Zellner, Nathan Zellner, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska
Comedy, Romance, Western, Adventure, Crime, Drama
David Zellner, Nathan Zellner

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Romance, Western, Adventure, Crime, Drama
Director David Zellner, Nathan Zellner
Writer Nathan Zellner, David Zellner
Stars David Zellner, Nathan Zellner, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska
Country USA
Also Known As Küçük Hanım, Damulka, O Herói, o Vilão e a Donzela, Smoking Gun - Nicht jede Frau will gerettet werden, Sob o Sol do Oeste
Runtime 1H 53M
Description It's the Wild West, circa 1870. Samuel Alabaster, an affluent pioneer, ventures across the American frontier to marry the love of his life, Penelope. As his group traverses the west, the once-simple journey grows treacherous, blurring the lines between hero, villain and damsel.

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Saturday, 06 Feb 2021 01:51

* Warning, spoilers follow * I thought this was an excellent film. Yes, you read that right. If you like great westerns and you like westerns, then you'll enjoy this film. This film is set in the 1890's in the mountain town of Leadville, Colorado. The town is full of cowboys, lawmen, rednecks, and Indians. But no matter what the circumstances are, everyone is together in the town. Two brothers, Curtis (Samuel L. Jackson) and Willis (Samuel L. Jackson) find a secret hideaway and decide to leave the town and take it down to the river. Unfortunately, they are followed by a group of rednecks and a cowboy named Ben Wade (Tim Robbins). Eventually, they're joined by Jack (Ryan Reynolds) who was originally staying at the hideaway. As the group is forced to go back to the town, they make a big mistake and decide to continue their journey. So, once again, it's a chance to get out of the town, but for the wrong reasons. I thought that the story was great, the actors were great, and the locations were fantastic. But the thing I loved the most about this film was the cinematography. Every single shot in this movie was beautiful. It was as if the camera was deliberately trying to emphasize how beautiful the film looked. The colors in the camera were very vibrant and every frame had a particular look. And the colors weren't just used to try to create a strong visual contrast. They were used to create a mood. The cinematography really shows that every shot had a beautiful look. This movie is so lush and colorful. The colors were used with perfect results, and that really adds to the mood of the film. This is a movie that will stand out for any western fan. It is very well done, and it will definitely have a lot of people talking about the film. If you like westerns and you like cinematography, you'll like this movie. This movie is a visual treat. I would say that this is the best western ever made. I can't really say how I would rate this movie because it is such a hard thing to put a rating on. However, I would say that this film has an extremely high rating. But I don't think it should be so high that it gets ignored. The movie will stand out as the best western of the past ten years. 8.5/10
Monday, 16 Nov 2020 03:46

I've never seen the 1970 film "Moulin Rouge", so I had no preconceived idea of the premise of "The Bouquet." Still, I am glad I decided to see it because of the actors. Jennifer Beals is the damsel in distress here and for that she deserves at least some credit. Like the most egregious examples of so-called "cute" flicks, she is right in the center of the action and is not there to hold the movie together. All in all, I'm a fan of both Jennifer Beals and I really wanted to see what would happen. Well, I think I can tell you that it wasn't great. It was far from great. In fact, it wasn't really "bad" or "bad at all," as some reviews have said. I thought the acting was very good, in fact, I would say very good. To begin with, I've never really seen a great actor in a movie before. Not that there's anything wrong with that. But I never really experienced actors who I would consider to be "great" acting. I think it's the very nature of the actors to be very good and I've never seen them doing it before. That's probably why I found their acting to be very believable. Not so in the Bouquet, though. It's not like they were trying to be great actors; they just weren't. The dialogue was good, and, for the most part, it was used well. It was realistic and engaging. However, there were a few parts where it was very off-putting. I think that, again, it was the actors. They couldn't seem to quite figure out how to use their lines. I'm not saying that they should have been perfect. In fact, they were quite good. I think it was too much over the top to make them believable. There were a few lines that went a little too far. For example, the scene where there's a whole lot of chatter and there's a lot of chaos and it was really scary. Or the scene where the two girls are talking about having sex while dancing. In that one, I think it was totally over the top. But, hey, it's a movie. That's how you get the blood flowing. If it's done right, it can be pretty good. Overall, I thought it was good, but I didn't think it was great. I think it was a good movie. It was just not great.

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