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Dezesseis Luas

Dezesseis Luas
Dezesseis Luas Rating: 55 out of 100 based on 28 reviews.
Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich), é um estudante de colegial que fica enfeitiçado por Lena Duchannes (Alice Englert), aluna nova, de 16 anos, que acaba de chegar de outro estado - e com quem ele estranhamente tinha pesadelos há meses. Os dois se unem para enfrentar uma maldição sobrenatural que persegue a família dela há gerações: sempre que uma Duchannes completa 16 anos, ela deve escolher se será para a vida toda uma feiticeira do Bem ou do Mal.
Elenco
Alice Englert

Lena Duchannes
Emma Thompson

Mrs. Lincoln / Sarafine
Jeremy Irons

Macon Ravenwood
Emmy Rossum

Ridley Duchannes
Zoey Deutch

Emily Asher
Tiffany Boone

Savannah Snow
Rachel Brosnahan

Genevieve Duchannes
Kyle Gallner

Larkin Ravenwood
Robin Skye

Mrs. Hester
Produção
Director:Richard LaGravenese
Producer:Yolanda T. Cochran (executive producer)
Molly Smith (producer)
Erwin Stoff (producer)
Broderick Johnson (producer)
Andrew A. Kosove (producer)
Brad Arensman (associate producer)
Steven P. Wegner (co-producer)
Writer:Richard LaGravenese (screenplay)
Kami Garcia (novel) &)
Margaret Stohl (novel)
Comentários para Dezesseis Luas
Reel Views
Beautiful Creatures is the latest attempt by a Hollywood studio to cash in on the popularity of a YA (Young Adult) series. In this case, instead of vampires and werewolves, it's witches and warlocks.
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
Slant Magazine
"Love," explains the evil witch Sarafine (Emma Thompson) toward the end of Beautiful Creatures, "is a spell created by mortals to give women something they can have besides power." This is, by a substantial margin, the most interesting line of dialogue...
Leia a crítica10 Fev 2013
Richard Roeper.com
Beautiful Creatures” is stylish, campy fun at times.
Sacramento News & Review
A small-town teenager (Alden Ehrenreich) falls for the new girl in town (Alice Englert), even though the local Jesus freaks say she's from a family of witches—and even though they're right. It's the Twilight legacy in action, but at least Ehrenreich...
Leia a crítica21 Fev 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
For a moment, let us ignore the supernatural elements of Beautiful Creatures and instead concentrate on the movie's central adolescent romance. It concerns two outsiders. The boy keeps to himself. He's accepted enough that everyone knows his name...
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
Notícia
Foram divulgadas mais imagens de Dezesseis Luas, longa baseado no primeiro romance da série best-seller de Kami Garcia e Margaret Stohl. O indicado ao Oscar Richard LaGravenese (P.S. Eu Te Amo) adaptou a o livro e dirige o projeto. Confira:
cinema10.com.br - 2012-12-25
Foi divulgado mais um cartaz de Dezesseis Luas, longa baseado no primeiro romance da série best-seller de Kami Garcia e Margaret Stohl. O indicado ao Oscar Richard LaGravenese (P.S. Eu Te Amo) adaptou a o livro e dirige o projeto.
cinema10.com.br - 2012-12-05
Foi divulgado mais um cartaz de Dezesseis Luas, longa baseado no primeiro romance da série best-seller de Kami Garcia e Margaret Stohl. O indicado ao Oscar Richard LaGravenese (P.S. Eu Te Amo) adaptou a o livro e dirige o projeto.
cinema10.com.br - 2012-12-05
Foi divulgado mais um cartaz de Dezesseis Luas, longa baseado no primeiro romance da série best-seller de Kami Garcia e Margaret Stohl. O indicado ao Oscar Richard LaGravenese (P.S. Eu Te Amo) adaptou a o livro e dirige o projeto.
cinema10.com.br - 2012-11-29
Comentários para Dezesseis Luas
Reel Views
Beautiful Creatures is the latest attempt by a Hollywood studio to cash in on the popularity of a YA (Young Adult) series. In this case, instead of vampires and werewolves, it's witches and warlocks.
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
Slant Magazine
"Love," explains the evil witch Sarafine (Emma Thompson) toward the end of Beautiful Creatures, "is a spell created by mortals to give women something they can have besides power." This is, by a substantial margin, the most interesting line of dialogue...
Leia a crítica10 Fev 2013
Richard Roeper.com
Beautiful Creatures” is stylish, campy fun at times.
Sacramento News & Review
A small-town teenager (Alden Ehrenreich) falls for the new girl in town (Alice Englert), even though the local Jesus freaks say she's from a family of witches—and even though they're right. It's the Twilight legacy in action, but at least Ehrenreich...
Leia a crítica21 Fev 2013
Mark Reviews Movies
For a moment, let us ignore the supernatural elements of Beautiful Creatures and instead concentrate on the movie's central adolescent romance. It concerns two outsiders. The boy keeps to himself. He's accepted enough that everyone knows his name...
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
Houston Press
I think "supernatural romances" are pretty sleazy. Not for the subject matter, but because they're the gateway for young people -- girls, primarily -- to become hooked on romance novels.
Leia a crítica14 Fev 2013
Screen Jabber
Now that the Twilight series has finished its run what will next set teenage girls hearts aflutter? Step forth Beautiful Creatures, a new franchise for them to savour. This time it’s a boy who’s the mortal and a girl the ethereal oddity starting at...
iHaveNet.com
When classy, pedigreed British actors go hog-wild under the flowering dogwood trees of a Southern Gothic setting, often the results are good. Just as often, they're so bad they're good.
New York Post
“Beautiful Creatures” isn’t quite that bad, though it did make me long for the cleverer “Dark Shadows” (which I liked more than most did). This one’s a sort of Civil War-inflected contemporary love-horror show that features such scary moments as a teen...
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
RedEye
Among many reasons the “Twilight” movie franchise didn’t work, Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart) make lousy characters, separately and together. Be it the script, the performances, whatever: The couple personified “blah.”
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
Mania.com
Beautiful Creatures owes its meager amount of goodwill to the Twilight saga. The studio clearly greenlit it in hopes of riding Twilight’s sparkly, sparkly coattails, and the inevitable comparison can’t help but make it look good.
Leia a crítica14 Fev 2013
Cole Smithey
An imaginative adolescent gothic romance, “Beautiful Creatures” arrives with considerably more camp and intellectual humor than the “Twilight” franchise to which “Creatures” is sure to be compared.
Leia a crítica11 Fev 2013
filmjabber
The next Twilight franchise is here, but with a twist: Beautiful Creatures, about a teenage boy who is drawn to a strange girl who has a strange family (sound familiar?), actually has intelligent writing. Shocking. Breathtaking.
Rolling Stone
It starts sweetly, kind of. Young love blooms between Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich), a literati wannabe stuck in small-town, small-minded Gatlin, South Carolina, and Lena Duchannes (Alice Englert), a visiting witch. Much is made of the two reading...
Leia a crítica14 Fev 2013
CinemaBlend.com
Your Twilight alarm may be screaming at first glimpse of Beautiful Creatures, a supernatural romance between two teenagers-- one human, one immortal-- who long to be together, and express that longing in a lot of gorgeous natural locations while...
Fresno Bee
It's easy to try to force "Beautiful Creatures," the film based on the young romance novel of the same name, into the same pigeonhole as other stories about teens -- one mortal, the other supernatural. That's unfair.
Leia a crítica13 Fev 2013
Eric D. Snider
There's a lengthy, dragging middle section of the supernatural teen romance "Beautiful Creatures" that threatens to sink the whole enterprise. Tellingly, it's when the nuts and bolts of the plot kick in: as the witch..'s pivotal 16th birthday approaches.
Entertainment Weekly
Beautiful Creatures is arriving in a marketplace full of Twilight junkies still eager for their supernatural teen-romantic fix, and the film's concept couldn't be clearer: It's Twilight with the sexes reversed.
Leia a crítica24 Fev 2013
Reel Film Reviews
Based on the book by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, Beautiful Creatures follows high schooler Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich) as he finds himself falling for an unusual girl named Lena Duchannes (Alice Englert) - with complications ensuing...
Leia a crítica10 Fev 2013
Miami Herald
Based on the first novel in a young adult fantasy series, Beautiful Creatures is a clear bid to ignite a franchise capable of filling the hole left in teenage hearts by the end of the Twilight saga.
Leia a crítica14 Fev 2013
The A.V. Club
Beautiful Creatures is an oddball creation: a morality play with no basic understanding of morality. On the surface, the plot, drawn and significantly modified from Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl’s 2009 young-adult novel, is obsessed with the battle...
Leia a crítica14 Fev 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Comparisons to the much-beloved / much-vilified ‘Twilight’ franchise are understandable, but ‘Beautiful Creatures’ – the latest young-adult literature sensation to be given the big screen treatment – is so much better than any of the ‘Twilight’ movies.
Shadows on the Wall
Cynics will spot ideas cut and pasted from other franchises, most notably the Twilight-style mix of teen romance and supernatural family-based chaos. But this film has a sense of humour that makes it refreshing.
Leia a crítica11 Fev 2013
TotalFilm.com
It’s hard to fight the Twilight comparisons when Beautiful Creatures has been so patently machine-tooled to heart-grab mourning fans of Bella and Edward.
Leia a crítica19 Fev 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
USED to be that all you had to worry about in the American south were rednecks, racists and sheriffs who had eaten too much fried chicken. Since the novels by Anne Rice and TV shows such as True Blood, vampires have overrun our screens, both small and...
Leia a crítica21 Fev 2013
canada.com
There are two things that redeem Beautiful Creatures from the fetid slop pile of supernatural teen romance.
Leia a crítica14 Fev 2013
QNetwork Entertainment
Clearly designed and executed to fill the supernatural adolescent romance void left in the wake of the seemingly interminable Twilight series’ final installment(s), Beautiful Creatures offers a gender-reversed take on a very similar storyline...
SFX
For a while – a tantalisingly long while – Beautiful Creatures looks like it might transcend the “Twilight with witches” blight of its marketing. Then it all goes horribly, disastrously wrong.
Leia a crítica16 Fev 2013
Elenco
Alice Englert...Lena Duchannes
Viola Davis...Amma
Emma Thompson...Mrs. Lincoln / Sarafine
Alden Ehrenreich...Ethan Wate
Jeremy Irons...Macon Ravenwood
Emmy Rossum...Ridley Duchannes
Thomas Mann...Link
Eileen Atkins...Gramma
Margo Martindale...Aunt Del
Zoey Deutch...Emily Asher
Tiffany Boone...Savannah Snow
Rachel Brosnahan...Genevieve Duchannes
Kyle Gallner...Larkin Ravenwood
Pruitt Taylor Vince...Mr. Lee
Robin Skye...Mrs. Hester
Lance E. Nichols...Mayor Snow
Leslie Castay...Principal Herbert
Cindy Hogan...Mrs. Asher
Randy Redd...Reverend Stephens
Sam Gilroy...Ethan Carter Wate
Gwendolyn Mulamba...Mrs. Snow
Cole Burden...Union Captain
Billy Wheelan...Union Soldier
Christopher Darby...Train Teen
Ada Michelle Loridans...Cliché #1
Andrea Frankle...Lila Wate (uncredited)
Beau Brasseaux...Caster Shades (uncredited)
Camille Balsamo...Katherine Duchannes (uncredited)
J.D. Evermore...Mitchell Wate (uncredited)
Justine Wachsberger...Justine Duchannes (uncredited)
Cameron M. Brown...Little Ninja (uncredited)
Tim Bell...Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)
Lindsay Clift...Althea Duchannes (uncredited)
Codie Rimmer...Horrified Screaming Spectator (uncredited)
Teri Wyble...Charlotte Duchannes (uncredited)
Jackie Tuttle...Isobel Duchannes (uncredited)
Emily D. Haley...Town Resident (uncredited)
Cynthia LeBlanc...Town Resident (uncredited)
Elton LeBlanc...Town Resident (uncredited)
Joseph Uzzell...Spectator (uncredited)
Lucy Faust...Juliette Duchannes (uncredited)
Bryan Adrian...Billy (uncredited)
Jordan Sudduth...Confederate Soldier (uncredited)
Ryan Chase Lee...Cloud Man (uncredited)
John C. Klein...Gatlin Dad (uncredited)
Edward J. Clare...Spectator (uncredited)
Colby Boothman-Shepard...Nerd #2 (uncredited)
Jim Sojka...Townsfolk (uncredited)
Annette Doucet Sharpe...Town Resident (uncredited)
Treston Miles...Emory (uncredited)
Jeffery Nowell...Town Resident (uncredited)
Milton Crosby...Earl (uncredited)
Erin Rementer...Spectator (uncredited)
Jamie Mackey...Student (uncredited)
Jacob Coco...Union Soldier (uncredited)
Nathan Alan Thomas...Union Soldier (uncredited)
Tre Tureaud...Spectator (uncredited)
Wanda Leigh...Matriarch Caster (uncredited)
Kay Smith...Leopard Lady (uncredited)
Camille Blouin...Spectator (uncredited)
Philippe Radelet...Suttler (uncredited)
Russ Skains...Castor (uncredited)
Rachel G. Whittle...Caster (uncredited)
Produção
Director:Richard LaGravenese
Producer:Yolanda T. Cochran (executive producer)
Molly Smith (producer)
Erwin Stoff (producer)
Broderick Johnson (producer)
Andrew A. Kosove (producer)
Brad Arensman (associate producer)
Steven P. Wegner (co-producer)
Writer:Richard LaGravenese (screenplay)
Kami Garcia (novel) &)
Margaret Stohl (novel)
Composer:Thenewno2
Cinematographer:Philippe Rousselot (director of photography)
Editing:David Moritz
Casting:Margery Simkin
Production Design:Richard Sherman
Art Director:Lorin Flemming
Set Decorator:Matthew Flood Ferguson
Costume Design:Jeffrey Kurland
Makeup:Fionagh Cush (makeup department head)
Lee Grimes (makeup artist)
Jennifer Hodges (additional hair stylist)
Jennifer Jane (hair stylist)
Annabelle MacNeal (makeup artist)
Yolanda Mercadel (hairstylist)
Kat Percy (hair stylist)
Kim Perrodin (makeup artist)
Tony Ward (key hair stylist)
Production Management:Allen Kupetsky (production manager)
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