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The Lion Has Wings YIFY



A shocking , unnerving and controversial film at the time , that caused real controversy , being no apt for the easily nauseated or sickened ; in fact it was extremely panned by critics . It deals with a psychopath called Mark Lewis , Karlheinz Bhom , who lures women before his film camera , then he records their feared faces . Meanwhile , two police inspectors , Jack Watson and Nígel Davenport , are investigating the weird events .Disturbing subject matter about a psychopatic cameraman who uses his camera to record women's agonies , it is rendered breathtakingly by a great director , the British Michael Powell who performs briefly the part of Mark's abusive daddy , as he is shown on home movies harassing and tormenting the little boy ; furthermore , including a brilliant cinematography by Otto Heller. This is a splendid , thrilling , and gripping as well as adult entertainment, no recommended for nervous or squeamish . A classy of its kind but ultimately not for everyone . Powell is usually associated to great and colorful films , but here he made one of the most terrifying and frightening contributions to the cinema of the macabre since WWII. The killings themselves are horrifyingly tense , causing panic and fear . Karl Bohm gives a nice acting as the ruthless psychopath young photographing his terrified victims at his hand , he couldn't be bettered as the horrible and cruel psycho. Support cast is frankly excellent, such as : Anna Massey, Maxine Audley as her mother , Moira Shearer , Shirley Anne Field , Keith Baxter , Michael Goodliffe , Brenda Bruce , Esmond Knight , Miles Malleson , Martin Miller , Nigel Davenport, Jack Watson, among others.The motion picture was originally made by Michael Powell , but it was so vilified by reviewers and officials alike , that he didn't work in Great Britain for a very long time. As the original uncut version was not realised until 1970 . Michael started working at various jobs in the English studios of Denham and Pinewood on a series of quota quickies . Later on , he made all kinds of genres with penchant for Dramas , Musical and WWII films . As he directed : The tales of Hoffman , The red shoes , The elusive Pimpernel , Pursuit of Graf Spee , The small black room , Black narcisus , Contraband , The thief of Bagdad , Edge of the world , I know where I am going , Night ambush , The lion has wings , Spy in black , The forty-ninth parallel , One of our aircrafts is missing, Life and death of Colonel Blimp , Canterbury tale . Many of them are considered masterpieces, and being produced under banner his production company : The Archers , along with Emeric Pressburger . Powell was rediscovered in the late 1960s and early 70s by Martín Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola . In fact , Powell worked as Senior in Coppola's Zoetrope Studios and he married Scorsese's longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker. He died of cancer in 1990.




The Lion Has Wings YIFY



The film took in over $293 million in box office gross in the USA-Canada market and $938 million worldwide making it the third highest grossing Harry Potter film behind Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and the 11th highest grossing film of all time. The eight Potter films together make Harry Potter the highest-grossing film series in history.


I just got the ring yesterday and I love it! the packaging was amazing with its attention to detail and care. The ring looks exactly like it does in the pictures with the wings of freedom being very shape and detailed. My only issue is that the ring came scratched or something where I can see the grey base of the ring and I can't polish it away. I wish the quality control was a little better (especially for the price), otherwise I would easily give this a 5 star.


PlanesDirected byKlay Hall[1][2]Produced byTraci Balthazor-Flynn[3]Written byJeffrey M. Howard (screenplay and story)[4]John Lasseter (story)Klay Hall (story)Music byMark Mancina[5]Studio(s)Walt Disney PicturesDisneytoon StudiosPrana StudiosDistributorWalt Disney Studios Motion PicturesReleasedAugust 2, 2013 (EAA AirVenture Oshkosh)[6]August 9, 2013 (United States)[7]August 16, 2013 (United Kingdom)Running time92 minutes (1 hour and 32 minutes)[8]LanguageEnglishBudget$50 million[9]Gross revenue$219,788,712[9]Followed byPlanes: Fire & RescueExternal linksOfficial websiteIMDb pageSourcePlanes is a 2013 theatrical spin-off of the 2006 Disney/Pixar animated film, Cars and its two sequels, Cars 2 (2011) and Cars 3 (2017), and the first film in the Planes duology. Pixar Animation Studios, the production team of the Cars movies, however, did not produce the film. Instead, it was produced by Disneytoon Studios.[10] It was set to be released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on DVD and Blu-ray in fall 2013, but it instead had a theatrical release by Walt Disney Pictures on August 9, 2013.[7][9] It is the first Disneytoon Studios film released theatrically in North America since Pooh's Heffalump Movie, which was released 8 years earlier in 2005.


Bill Goodykoontz of The Arizona Republic gave the film two out of five stars, saying, "Planes was originally scheduled to be released straight to video. Although the smallest children might like bits and pieces of it, there's nothing in the movie that suggests why Disney strayed from its original plan."[57] David Hiltbrand of The Philadelphia Inquirer gave the film one out of four stars, saying, "The animated film has all the hallmarks of a straight-to-DVD project - inferior plot, dull writing, cheap drawing - perhaps because it was intended for the bargain bin at Target, Walmart, and Costco."[58] Jen Chaney of The Washington Post gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying, "This film is 100 percent devoid of surprises. It's the story of an underestimated underdog that's like every other kid-friendly, life-coachy story about an underestimated underdog."[59] Rafer Guzman of Newsday gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying, "If Planes were a reasonably priced download, you'd gladly use it to sedate your kids during a long car ride. As a theatrical, 3-D release, however, Planes will sedate you, too."[60] Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times gave the film two out of five stars, saying, Planes is for the most part content to imitate rather than innovate, presumably hoping to reap a respectable fraction of the box office numbers of Cars and Cars 2, which together made hundreds of millions of dollars."[61] 041b061a72


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