The Name of the Rose
Drama • R • 1986 • 2 hr 10 min
Great movie, can be slow but the historical rendering is insane as well as the acting. I recommend it strongly.
A look back in time to the 1300s and a mystery that in current days would be instantly solved.
A who done it with the threat of evil spirits at large, was a slow yet methodical tale and interesting watch
Detective story in monastery, thats what I remember after 25 years
Intrigante misterio medieval con monjes detectives. Buena adaptación del libro. A veces lenta pero la trama te atrapa.
I am biased because it is my favorite book but I think they did a good job portraying the character and the story.
Interesting murder mystery. A good and complex film
Good medieval mystery thriller with a great plot... Entertaining and thrilling!
Decent mystery thriller movie, well made and acted
Great Medieval murder mystery. Amazing production design of the period. Excellent performances and music.
He fought his first battle on the Scottish Highlands in 1536. He will fight his greatest battle on the streets of New York City in 1986. His name is Connor MacLeod. He is immortal.
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