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(8802) 6.8 100 min 2018

Black '47 is a movie starring Hugo Weaving, James Frecheville, and Stephen Rea. Set in Ireland during the Great Famine, the drama follows an Irish Ranger who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, as he abandons his post to...

James Frecheville, Stephen Rea, Freddie Fox, Hugo Weaving
Drama, Action
Lance Daly

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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 Drama, Action
Director Lance Daly
Writer P.J. Dillon, Pierce Ryan, Eugene O'Brien, Pierce Ryan, P.J. Dillon, Lance Daly
Stars James Frecheville, Stephen Rea, Freddie Fox, Hugo Weaving
Country Ireland, Luxembourg
Also Known As The Renegade, Kara '47, The Ranger, Black 47, Fekete 47
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Set in Ireland during the Great Famine, the drama follows an Irish Ranger who has been fighting for the British Army abroad, as he abandons his post to reunite with his family. Despite experiencing the horrors of war, he is shocked by the famine's destruction of his homeland and the brutalization of his people and his family.

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Wednesday, 20 May 2020 09:46

In this thriller, American lawyer Ben Acker (Sean Bean) who has a popular law firm representing US troops in Vietnam, is appointed to defend a Vietnamese refugee accused of espionage. Now this is where things get interesting. What follows are a series of events and moments that would indicate that Acker's rights would be in jeopardy. The rest of the film is the perfect preparation for the second act. Many scenes play on the tension of the first, with some very uncomfortable moments between Acker and a Vietnamese man who may or may not be guilty. But all the points in between are very well made. The cinematography is an important element in this film. It's done extremely well, giving this film a very realistic feel. I found myself completely immersed in the film and the movie simply felt real. The acting is excellent. Sean Bean, also known for his role in the British drama T2, gives a very good performance. He is strong, intelligent and sympathetic. His character is not complicated at all, which allows the audience to understand him as he is. Once again he is able to create a character that is realistic and strong, without any mistakes. Ben Acker is good, but not outstanding. But the entire cast is very good. I felt there is no weak link, and all the actors are very convincing. The story and story tell are good. The dialogue is realistic and the dialogues are very interesting. The editing is good. The photography is good. The editing and cinematography are very good. The performances are very good. The whole plot and story are very well written. The suspense is also very well executed. There is not one weak point, and all the elements work together to make the story entertaining and interesting. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes thrillers and action. This is definitely one of Sean Bean's best performances.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 14:51

Quartermaster Hall (David Morse) is assigned to another division at the prison. He is fired for having inappropriate relationships with female inmates and for not paying his rent. During his tenure as head of the Quartermaster's Corps, the Bureau has established a specialized squad of black officers who follow a strict policy of discipline and work together to keep their jobs. So when Hall returns home to find his family killed in a hate crime he must face the guilt of his actions. Hall is sent to the U.S. Department of the Interior to be investigated. He finds out that his mother had never received a death letter for the crime of her sons death. He then finds out that the death of her children is not in question. While working for the Bureau, he discovers that members of his family had been murdered in the past. His former prison sergeant, Steve (Richard Roundtree), is an alcoholic, steroid abuser, and a rapist. He uses drugs and alcohol to numb his pain and wants to keep his job, but Hall learns that he is the sole reason for Steve's behavior. After uncovering that Steve and Hall were lovers, Hall is given a chance to do the right thing. He tells Steve that he will not report the crime and has no intention of having sex with him. Steve begins to change and ends up killing a white supremacist in prison, but Hall kills him. Steve then goes to Hall and convinces him to confess and give in to his guilty conscience. This ends the relationship between Steve and Hall. The story is told in flashback by Hall and Steve during their time at the Bureau. David Morse is the best thing about the movie. His performance as Quartermaster Hall is fantastic. Morse gives a performance that is good but not great. It is a character that he created himself and he does it very well. But Morse gets a little wooden at times. Richard Roundtree is excellent. He does a very good job playing an alcoholic who is sadistic. But it is Roundtree's performance that steals the show. He is very convincing. Steve, who is trying to go straight, is a very convincing character, but he does not have enough screen time. The action is great in the film, but I think the story would have been more satisfying if there had been a good villain. The villains were all terrible. Steve, for example, had a 1 1/2 minute scene where he says he wants to be a writer. The fight scene at the end between Hall and Steve is very good and well done. They really work well together. Steve also says that he wanted to be a writer. They also do a good job of the fight scenes, but it was a little confusing. It is a good movie that I recommend. It is a very interesting story. It is entertaining and entertaining enough. If you are not interested in the story, then you probably won't like the film. The characters are all interesting and well done, but the story is so good that it works as a lot better. But the movie is worth seeing. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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