Elizabeth (1998) 1080p YIFY Movie

Elizabeth (1998) 1080p

A film of the early years of the reign of Elizabeth I of England and her difficult task of learning what is necessary to be a monarch.

IMDB: 7.511 Likes

  • Genre: Biography | Drama
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.36G
  • Resolution: 1920x1040 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 124
  • IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 
  • MPR: R
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 7

The Synopsis for Elizabeth (1998) 1080p

This film details the ascension to the throne and the early reign of Queen Elizabeth the First, as played by Cate Blanchett. The main focus is the endless attempts by her council to marry her off, the Catholic hatred of her and her romance with Lord Robert Dudley.

The Director and Players for Elizabeth (1998) 1080p

[Director]Shekhar Kapur
[Role:]Christopher Eccleston
[Role:]Geoffrey Rush
[Role:]Cate Blanchett

The Reviews for Elizabeth (1998) 1080p

Particularly bad music.Reviewed byagmVote: 1/10

This film, posted as a "bodice ripper", was in fact tame to the point of dullness. Even worse, I felt that details of the plot and action were sometimes hopelessly absurd: for example can you imagine the Queen fornicating in view of her ladies in waiting? or a priest committing violent murder even in England of the 1550s? or that Queen Mary Tudor really was so ugly? To make a film of this sort dramatically effective, it must be convincing in its detail, and this "Elizabeth" was not.

However my major grievance is the music. We are long accustomed to lush string tone attempting to summon up the atmosphere of Olde Worlde Englande, but Walton did it so much better ("Touch her sweet lips and part" - this was real music). Here we have a pastiche of a pastiche, with all the lumbering dullness of so many bad period costume dramas of the past. For example, the "Volta" was a dance thought lascivious at the time - not a hint of this from the music here! The quotation from Elgar's "Enigma" (with a wordless female chorus - bless us) seemed hopelessly inappropriate and the pseudo-Handelian chorus at the end nearly had me falling out of my seat.

Film music CAN be good - for example, that of Prokofiev and Walton, good enough to stand alone - but so rarely is.

highly disappointingReviewed bysatuit59Vote: 7/10

To say that this movie takes liberty with historical fact is a gross understatement. I like Blanchett as an actress, but this movie was so far from accurate as to fall in the category of fiction. About the only thing it got right was the names of key figures. One fact regarding Elizabeth and Dudley was glaring in its omission. If this movie renders anyone with a desire to read historical information on this much celebrated queen, excellent. Hers is a story worth learning. I have read a few books on Her Majesty, and much enjoyed Glenda Jackson's portrayal in the BBC mini series. That is why I checked this movie out, certainly withholding any expectation of quality and accuracy as presented by the BBC. I am so glad I saw this fairy tale before I actually paid money for it. It was a pretty film, but seeing how it was so far off the mark historically, I can't even say that the acting was exceptional. Oscar worthy? Perhaps if it had any basis in historical reality it may have been.

A small nudge in the direction of romanticism?Reviewed byNazi_Fighter_DavidVote: 8/10

And Elizabeth did whisper Robert Dudley's name on her deathbed? The movie is an imaginative interpretation of the way that things could have been?

Shekhar Kapur's film explores the instabilities of her reign, and the absolute horror and terror that surrounded the early part of her royal office without neglecting her relationship with her terminally ill sister? So it's a glimpse of her girlhood into statehood, and the shedding that occurs, with the people who expended in her life along the way?

The film shows Elizabeth growing up in an incredibly unstable, tumultuous environment? But she's an absolute survivor... Someone who has got no solid ground on which she walks? So one minute she's a bastard, the next minute she's a princess, then one moment she's an illegitimate daughter, then she's a queen? And it's a very relevant period of her life, because she was 25 when she became a female monarch?

There are four men in Elizabeth's life and all have quite different influences on what it means for a young woman to run the country so young, given that she comes to the throne under very difficult political circumstances?

There's Sir Cecil (Attenborough) who's from an older regime giving her the traditions and the conventions that are the most orthodox; Sir Francis (Geoffrey Rush) Elizabeth's great spy master, very astute, almost puritanical and rather dry bureaucrat; Robert Dudley (Fiennes) with whom the film suggests that she has quite a passionate, private relationship; and Norfolk (Eccleston), a major rival who doesn't regard that she is suitable to rule his England?

The motion picture succeeds in developing Elizabeth's change and, basically, locks off parts of herself, and dehumanizes herself in order to wield her power among men?

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