Artemis Fowl (2020) 720p

Movie Poster
Artemis Fowl (2020) - Movie Poster
Genres:
Adventure | Family
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
860.74M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
0 min
IMDB Rating:
4 / 10 
MPR:
PG
Add Date:

Downloaded:
34
Seeds:
39
Peers:
12
Directors: Kenneth Branagh [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Artemis Fowl, a young criminal prodigy, hunts down a secret society of fairies to find his missing father.

Screenshots

  • Artemis Fowl (2020) - Movie Scene 1
  • Artemis Fowl (2020) - Movie Scene 2
  • Artemis Fowl (2020) - Movie Scene 1

Related Movies:

  • The Ninth (2019)

    Read More »

    Petersburg at the end of the 19th century was embraced by a massive enthusiasm for the occult sciences and esotericism. British medium Olivia Reed arrives in the capital of the Russian Empire on tour and gathers crowds of people at her public spiritualistic sessions. At this time, a series of ritual mysterious murders takes place in the city. Girls are abducted on the streets, their mutilated bodies are found in various parts of the city. The investigation is carried out by a young police officer Rostov and his assistant Ganin. With each new victim, things are becoming more confused. Suspicion leads Rostov to Olivia, and he decides to turn to her in the hope that her genuine or imaginary ability to summon the spirits of the dead can help to get on the trail of the killer.

  • The Rains of Ranchipur (1955) bluray

    Read More »

    Rich American socialite Lady Edwina Esketh, who obtained her title by marrying English Lord Albert Esketh, travels to Ranchipur where Albert hopes to buy a prize stallion from the Maharani. Theirs is not a happy marriage and after she meets a prominent local doctor, Rama Safti, falls madly in love with him. He too is in love with her much to the Maharani's disapproval as she has great plans for the good doctor. Also living in Ranchipur is Tom Ransome an old friend of Edwina's who perhaps knows too much about her past. When a natural disaster destroys much of Ranchipur, disease follows forcing Safti to choose between treating the sick or being with Edwina, who is also deathly ill.

  • Yung Galore (2017)

    Read More »

    Danny and Dolly meet for the first time at a bus stop, both waiting to attend their first day back at high school, but after becoming acquainted, the two decide to ditch school and explore the small town in which Dolly is brand new to, only to end up falling in love with each other after learning of the unusual, not so pretty lives that they both live.

Reviews

A Nonsensical and Boring Waste of Time

Before I watch this movie I had heard people say it was pretty bad but I knew it was based on a book so I thought people may have hated it because it didn't live up to it. This isn't the case it is just a bad movie.

It is so boring and like aimless. To top that off it is also really nonsensical and confusing. I don't feel like I watched the movie because I couldn't tell you anything about it, it's just like a blur.

The acting was pretty bad and I don't know why but when I was watching it I just got this like early 2000s vibe from it and I don't know why. Like I think this would have done better if it was made then. It just had that type of feel.

The writing was also pretty bad too. It is never good when a movie doesn't make you want to read the book it's based on.

So skip it it's pretty bad

Want your expectations lowered? Artemis Fowl the movie

As an enthusiastic reader, I devoured the book of Artemis Fowl. I loved the detail, the dramatic plot and the criminal storyline. I was so excited to hear there was a film version of it and had high hopes. I was very very very disappointed. Not only did they seem to disregard most of the detail and story from the book, they took everything about what makes the storyline so clever, and dumbed it down to the very simple basics. I forgot it was based on the book until they mentioned one of the characters names. It honestly felt like they had robbed the author of the title, the characters, and left the rest. I feel so sorry for the author of the book.

I didn't read the books, my wife did, we were both lost

This movie succeeds in being bad for those who haven't read the books, like me, and especially for those who have, like my wife. We crawled to the finish line of this movie, which we couldn't wait to be over. I was so lost. And why is everyone talking like their throat itches? And what does Artemis Fowl ACTUALLY do?!
Read More Reviews