Genre:Drama IMDB Rating:7.6/10 Director:John Michael McDonagh Starring:Brendan Gleeson, Chris O'Dowd, Kelly Reilly Storyline:After a good start in the Berlinale I am now fallen quite deep into mediocrity-hole. Also Calvary is another one of those movie that does not really go far wrong, about which one can be upset nor pleased. In the center stands the Irish Father James, a believer in the confession announces that he will kill him soon - as revenge for suffered as a child sexual abuse by another priest. The film tells this story with a lukewarm mixture of a pinch of black humor, a handful of whodunit and a little too much pressure on the tear ducts. Despite various flourishes, the plot remains stringent, but really is not clear whether it's director John Michael McDonagh to redress historical guilt and individual sacrifice or whether he just wants to entertain. The whole thing remains undercooked."Calvary" is not reflected happily on the side of a genre, but is sometimes (conventional) Crime, once home to movie times and tragicomedy. But the cramped, director McDonagh tried to draft, the more stubborn he is again flushed back to the surface. Small moments of truth save "Calvary" then from complete art rigidity. Lavelle In one of them to answer whether he had cried when he learned of the abuse cases And although one would have been definitely appropriate "yes" position, he disdains the obvious lie. , you can download movies free from the link provided below.the grand gesture - an appeal to forgiveness - on the other hand is only an allegation at the end. But after all, has heeded the eleventh commandment of filmmaking "Calvary" .