The Secret Garden (2020) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Secret Garden (2020) 1080p

The main character Mary Lennox "Dixie Egerickx" is a spoiled 10-year-old girl of rich parents who grew up in India. After everyone in her family dies from cholera, Mary is sent to live in Misselthwaite manor in Yorkshire with her uncle Archibald Craven "Colin Firth" and the housekeeper Mrs. Medlock "Julie Walters". Mary discovers that the house holds many secrets. There she finds a key that leads her to a garden held locked for years by her uncle after the death of his wife. Soon she finds a room in the manor where her sick cousin Colin "Edan Hayhurst" has spend his entire life in his bed, completely unable to walk. But with the help of her new friend Dickon "Amir Wilson" the children manage to bring the garden back to life. In the garden Colin learns to walk and he becomes a healthy and happy young boy. When Lord Craven one day sees the children playing in the garden, he is amazed by the sight of his son walking. He feels joy for the first time since years.

IMDB: 6.24 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Family
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.84G
  • Resolution: 1920*1024 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 5.1  
  • Run Time: 99
  • IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 
  • MPR: PG
  • Peers/Seeds: 70 / 932

The Synopsis for The Secret Garden (2020) 1080p

The main character Mary Lennox "Dixie Egerickx" is a spoiled 10-year-old girl of rich parents who grew up in India. After everyone in her family dies from cholera, Mary is sent to live in Misselthwaite manor in Yorkshire with her uncle Archibald Craven "Colin Firth" and the housekeeper Mrs. Medlock "Julie Walters". Mary discovers that the house holds many secrets. There she finds a key that leads her to a garden held locked for years by her uncle after the death of his wife. Soon she finds a room in the manor where her sick cousin Colin "Edan Hayhurst" has spend his entire life in his bed, completely unable to walk. But with the help of her new friend Dickon "Amir Wilson" the children manage to bring the garden back to life. In the garden Colin learns to walk and he becomes a healthy and happy young boy. When Lord Craven one day sees the children playing in the garden, he is amazed by the sight of his son walking. He feels joy for the first time since years.


The Director and Players for The Secret Garden (2020) 1080p

[Director]Marc Munden
[Role:]Julie Walters
[Role:]Colin Firth
[Role:]Edan Hayhurst
[Role:]Dixie Egerickx


The Reviews for The Secret Garden (2020) 1080p


follow that RobinReviewed byferguson-6Vote: 6/10

Greetings again from the darkness. In the years since Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel was first published in 1911, "The Secret Garden" has become one of the most popular and oft-read children's books. Previous film adaptations include the 1949 version with Margaret O'Brien and Dean Stockwell, and the 1993 version with Kate Maberly and Maggie Smith. Additionally, the novel has been adapted numerous times for the stage and television. Director Marc Munden is working with the screenplay adapted by Jack Thorne (WONDER, 2017), and the two had previously collaborated on the BBC series "National Treasure". Readers of the beloved novel will certainly recognize the changes and differences within this version, both in characters and theme.

As the film begins, we are told it's "the eve of Partition", which was the 1947 division of British India into two separate states: India and Pakistan. This timing is, of course, quite a bit later than Ms. Burnett's setting, but the effect is the same - young Mary Lennox (Dixie Egerickx) is orphaned when her parents die, and left alone when the servants desert her. She is shipped off to live with an uncle (Oscar winner Colin Firth) she doesn't know. Accompanied to massive Misselthwaite Manor by the housekeeper, Mrs. Medlock (Julie Walters), Mary quickly understands that Uncle Archibald Craven is a grieving widow (his wife was Mary's mother's sister) who is not to be disturbed, and his hunchback is not to be stared upon. Mary soon learns that her spoiled brat manner will not be tolerated, though her natural spunk will prove advantageous. The young girl is one who is accustomed to be waited on, while also wanting to prove her independence.

Mary's imagination is extraordinary and she often asks, "Do you want to hear a story?" CGI effects allow us to see what she has envisioned, whether it's the wallpaper coming to life, or her mother and aunt frolicking through the halls or swinging in the garden. Mary soon befriends Martha the maid (Isis Davis), and then happens upon "Jemima" the dog while wandering the estate grounds. It's here where the fantastical and supernatural meet reality, and a helpful Robin leads Mary to the key that unlocks the gates of the gardens that have been locked away since Uncle's wife died. Mary and her new friend Dickon (Amir Wilson) go on adventures through the garden - a garden which has mystical powers.

One evening Mary hears cries echoing in the halls of Misselthwaite. Despite being forbidden from exploring, she discovers her cousin Colin (Edan Hayhurst) locked away in a far off bedroom. Colin is a sickly child, supposedly stricken with a spinal problem that keeps him from going outside. Mary continues to visit Colin, and soon she and Dickon are sneaking Colin into the secret garden, where the magical healing powers begin to take hold. The titular garden doesn't make an appearance until about one hour in, but its beauty and wonder are on full display.

This is a story about the power of loss and grief and depression, and it offers the life lesson that the things we care for blossom and grow and thrive. This version has some elements of such classics as "Peter Pan" and "The Chronicles of Narnia" in that fantasy and magic play a much larger role than in the novel. Director Munden employs a darker approach and seems to emphasize self-discovery. Young actress Dixie Egerickx was a standout in the recently watched SUMMERLAND, and she is terrific here - despite the changes to the story that some fans might not embrace. The film seems a bit disjointed at times, but it's always a feast for the eyes, and offers up one of the year's best scores, courtesy of Oscar winner Dario Marianelli (ATONEMENT, 2007).

A lot of changesReviewed byKaialaVote: 1/10

Going by the trailer, this is VERY loosely based on the book. I had recommended it to my granddaughter, but I think I'll just suggest she reads the book. I can never understand why movie producers choose to take a wonderful book, then change practically everything about it! Why not just invent a completely new original screenplay, if they think their version is so much better than the book?

For the classic introverted child to showcase their imaginations.Reviewed byianjameswatsonVote: 9/10

This was one of those stories I remember being read to as a child. It was good quality time with my mum and I always remembered how much she loved reading it even though as a child I could tell it was probably more girly than I'd want. I loved the classic superhero stuff as a boy. I always thought the film with Maggie Smith was a bit odd, especially between the cousins but enjoyed the story anyway. Now I'm older, maybe I just appreciate it more, but I thought this was really heartwarming. I felt like the CGI worked well and wasn't overdone but understand if people see it as otherwise, I felt like it fed the imagination of the writer or director reading their own version of the story and it just seemed like a bonus if anything. I think the storyline was much clearer than the 1993 version and could really help those struggling with loss with a ton of happy emotions. The actors were great and for those annoyed by the children, they're not supposed to be likeable characters in the story, that should be fairly obvious but I don't understand how people can't appreciate the growth of a character. I think this would be a great film to watch with the family and I'm looking forward to sharing it with my girl when she's grown and we've read through the book together. I also think it might help children who find it hard to process their emotions and can potentially be too introverted. I remember as a child, because of this story I felt inspired to have an imagination and with the added bonus of the CGI in this, it'll surely help children express their creativity on what they see. Give it a go! It's a stunning film.

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