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(108655) 7.2 118 min 2015

Carol is a movie starring Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, and Sarah Paulson. An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.

Starring
Rooney Mara, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Kyle Chandler
Genres
Romance, Drama
Director
Todd Haynes

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Drama
Director Todd Haynes
Writer Phyllis Nagy, Patricia Highsmith
Stars Rooney Mara, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, Kyle Chandler
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Carol - Iubire interzisa, Kerola, 卡罗尔, The Price of Salt, 因為愛你, キャロル, Kerol
Runtime 1H 58M
Description An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 12:48

When the first trailer for this movie came out I did not care for it as much as I did for Bambi. I couldn't get into the trailers cause I didn't like the way they were going to make this movie. After that trailer I fell in love with the movie. I was a little skeptical about the movie, but I fell in love with it. Now I want to see it again, because I think it's the best movie I've seen this year. It's a movie that's fun, romantic and sad. It's about a teenager named Will (Ty Burrell) who is now an adult and is having an affair with a teacher named Carol (Charlize Theron). Carol doesn't want to be in love with Will and to avoid a lawsuit, she turns him down. But when she doesn't return Will's love, he turns to his best friend a d vie named Josh (Ryan Gosling) and they decide to hire him to steal Carol from him. Meanwhile Will and Josh have a relationship and try to keep their relationship a secret. Will and Josh decide to break into a book store and steal the books, but they do it only because Will and Josh can't get their love back. When Will returns from his three month vacation to find that Carol has left, he is furious. This movie is a beautiful love story, but it's also a dark and twisted one. I think a lot of people don't know how to appreciate a love story. It's sad, but at the same time it's also happy and good. I also liked the fact that there's some good humor in this movie, but not too much. The movie also has some sad parts. If you can't find anything good in this movie, then I don't know what to tell you. It's just a wonderful movie that's a perfect movie for anyone.
Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 15:48

I went to this movie with a great sense of anticipation and was not disappointed at all. Although I'm a big fan of A-List actors, I found the cast of Carol to be a bit strong in the performances department. However, I still think the movie works well with the performances of the actors who played the leads. Most of the time I couldn't tell that the actors were different, but they worked well together. I enjoyed the movie as a romantic comedy. It did have its problems though. I liked the ending, but I felt the film needed a little more development of the relationships between the characters. The characters are shown as the leads did not interact with each other enough or they did not show enough interaction at all. Carol had a few scenes that had to do with her relationship with her husband. I think the ending needed to be expanded more so that the viewer could feel more for the characters. The cinematography was great, and the costumes and locations were superb. The music was great, and the sound effects were convincing. The movie did have a few problems though. The relationship between Carol and Alan and the conflict between their careers were left unresolved. It would have been nice to see the connection between Carol and her parents as well. Another major problem that kept coming back to me was the inconsistency between the different characters. I believe this can be a good thing, however, as long as there are enough characters that the audience can connect with and understand. I believe the movie had a little too much of the married couples. Overall, I think the movie is a good one to watch. The characters are interesting, the movie has good cinematography and sound effects, and it is a great romance story. The acting is pretty good, but I'm sure that the main characters would be considered a little strong. I hope that Hollywood will use the same cast for the next few movies, because it is just a great way to utilize A-List talent.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 12:35

1/14/2018 The Office is a British TV series that ran from 2005 to 2008. It was written by Angela Brickett, who adapted the script from Ted Onion's book, and stars David Walliams as the show's lead, Paul Bettany as his sidekick, Ricky Gervais as Jim, and Helen McCrory as Mrs. Walter. After their success on the show, it is now time to start another, which the writers (Walliams and Gervais) thought would be a disaster. However, their luck changes when the cable company cancels the series and they are forced to start over. With this, they face many different problems in their new job. Now they must work hard to avoid the stress and confusion that this series has forced on them. They all have their responsibilities to make this show successful, and they are all tempted to spend a lot of money on the show, which they do not have enough money to do. They all are a little jealous of the success of the other show, but they all have a dark secret that they are not willing to reveal to the viewers. Now that the series is over, they have to start over, and they have to start over right away. In this movie, we see the same characters we met in the series, except this time, they are in a different job. However, they are still trying to make this show work. They are now a programmer for a cable channel, and they are experiencing a new job and new problems. In addition, they are facing a social crisis. We see the sitcom-like stories from the series and some minor ones, like the usual crisis when a person doesn't have a drink. Also, we see a character in their old job trying to work hard in a new job. They all have their jobs as programmers, and they all must get to work when their regular jobs aren't working. They all must work hard to make the show work and they are all trying to make it a success. They are all still dealing with their responsibilities. The main problem in this movie is that we see the relationship between the characters. We see how the characters are dealing with their new jobs, and we see how they deal with the crisis when they all have a drink. I think that this movie could have been a little better, but it is still a good movie to watch. It is not a perfect movie, but it still is a good movie to watch. I give it a
Saturday, 09 May 2020 07:12

When you watch "Carol" you get the impression that it is a work of passion. A film you cannot afford to miss. You will not be able to watch it on a single screen and not have to pause for a breath. "Carol" is also a very good screenplay. The characters in "Carol" are very convincing. They all have a distinct charm and personality. The script flows very naturally and from time to time it flashes on to the edge of the screen. What it seems like a child writing the screenplay, is actually a professional, experienced author. Carol's writing is pure elegance. Like a hand of God. The first scene of "Carol" is simply magnificent. It is a miracle of modern film-making. The setting is beautiful and the shots are perfect. The camera is very quiet and the actors are all very good. A film is worth it when a genius can make the worst possible script work and still have it be totally enjoyable. There is a scene in which a young man is taking a ride on the telephone. He has a conversation with a woman on the other end of the line and the two of them are talking about an interesting person, a starlet. The guy looks at the screen and says, "I wonder if she knows who I am." Now, I know what you are thinking, "he was thinking it out." But, the boy has no idea who he is talking about and I am sure he will be able to make it up to the person he is talking about. The scene in the phone booth is a key scene. It is a beautiful and very moving sequence. I would say that the movie is about a young man who has learned about life through a woman who is a star. Carol is the kind of movie that I can watch with my children and it's not at all the type of film I would recommend to anyone. However, if you like Carol and want to see a beautiful and moving film, you may give it a chance. You might enjoy it.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 14:50

There are very few movies that are able to make you feel like you've seen something from your past as soon as the credits roll, and that is what Carol's is, a romantic comedy/drama. The story is of a woman (Carol) who was raised in a tough family and has become quite successful. She is now happily married to a very successful (and, obviously, successful) businessman (Michael Pena), who is enjoying the fact that Carol is no longer considered a divorcee. But Carol doesn't realise that she is now starting to fall in love with her new neighbour, and soon becomes convinced that she has seen a great deal of her past through Michael. You can imagine that all the tension in the household could have gone horribly wrong, but the two are so good and the chemistry between them is so genuine that it manages to transcend all the problems. Even so, there are a few things that I don't really understand. For example, I understand that Carol has to choose between two men. However, I also understand that Carol has the choice of not choosing either man and that it is because of her situation that she has made that choice. My only other problem with Carol was that I didn't really feel any chemistry between her and Michael. Although she was clearly very attracted to him, I didn't feel any real attraction between them. I also felt that Michael was not the perfect guy because I didn't believe he was capable of making good decisions. I would also argue that the ending was not as strong as I would have liked it to be. The ending left me feeling that there was a great deal more to Carol's life than just the initial meeting with Michael and that the rest of the movie could have been so much more. I also felt that the portrayal of Carol's life at the end could have been a little more clear. In the end, I think that Carol was a great movie, but I think that it could have been more.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 07:58

At a time when films that had great ideas had to resort to the cliches and tired cliches, "Judging Amy" was able to make a smart comedy that was interesting. Two friends from small-town, New Hampshire decide to head to San Francisco for college. Things go wrong and Amy, played by Rosamund Pike, falls for Greg, played by Jude Law. At a party, Amy finds out that her date is cheating on her with her next-door neighbor, a brilliant, neurotic, and outgoing guy. One thing leads to another and it gets worse. This is a very enjoyable movie and I think it could have been a lot better had they made some changes. The direction is good and the acting is great. I liked the idea of showing Amy as a naive new girl and how her friends think of her. It's almost as though the movie was telling Amy to accept her flaws and her honesty. The problem with this is that Amy's flaws were what made her smart and it was the way she was in the movies that made her interesting. For example, there are many jokes that are clever but there is no sense of humor in them. I liked that she kept her mouth shut and was very open to others, but it was not very interesting. Also, the idea that Amy is a smart girl that thinks her friends are smart because of the way they think, but it's not true, just because she thinks her friends are smart. There are many other times in the movie where Amy is showing her intellectual superiority over her friends. I think it was nice that Amy is very intelligent but it wasn't the main focus of the movie. There are many other things that weren't really interesting but were great for Amy. I liked the idea of Amy being the intellectual and introspective type. I also liked the fact that Amy was from a small town and it fit her in that kind of way. I think that Amy is a lot more interesting than she was in "Emma." Amy is very smart and in a group of people that are all very smart. She was intelligent but not well-rounded. I would also like to talk about the sex scenes in the movie. They are gross but still fun. I was more into the sex in "Emma" because they were sexual and I wanted to see Amy in those clothes, but I think the sex scenes in "Judging Amy" are much better. I also liked the idea of Amy having some type of


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