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      Offering to the Storm

      2020 2h 18m Mystery & Thriller List
      50% Tomatometer 6 Reviews 35% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Inspector Amaia Salazar confronts the origins of her nightmares as she reveals the darkest secrets of the Baztan Valley. Read More Read Less Watch on Netflix Stream Now

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      Diana Mangas Los Interrogantes Good exercise to close a trilogy. The film manages to close all its open fronts around its protagonist, Inspector Amaia Salazar, the result of a more concrete and careful plot. [Full review in Spanish] Rated: 6.8/10 Jan 4, 2021 Full Review Brian Costello Common Sense Media Grisly violence, suicide in overlong sequel. Rated: 2/5 Aug 7, 2020 Full Review John Serba Decider It's a dissatisfying and anticlimactic movie that still manages to run us through the ringer. Jul 27, 2020 Full Review Roger Moore Movie Nation This page-turn trilogy was always better at eating up your time than filling it. Rated: 2/4 Jul 27, 2020 Full Review Daniel Hart Ready Steady Cut Offering to the Storm props the audience to expect an overwhelming answer to everything which is part of the trilogy's success. Rated: 3.00 Jul 24, 2020 Full Review Janire Zurbano Cinemanía (Spain) [Novelist] Dolores Redondo and later [director] Fernando González Molina have shown that we also know how to make trilogies in Spain. [Full review in Spanish] Rated: 3.5/5 Jul 24, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Luis M. D Once the big mystery is revealed in the "Legacy of the Bones", the only way to sustain this story is to extend it far beyond logic and reasonability. It's simply disappointing. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 12/02/23 Full Review Paulo F The trilogy could offer more. The policewoman cries incessantly, she doesn't convey any credibility. Doesn't take the necessary actions, making the story weak. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 05/19/23 Full Review T T It's the third and final part of Baztan trilogy. It's the worst of the three. The first one, "The Invisible Guardian", was barely ok. The second one, " The Legacy Of The Bones", was actually pretty good. This final installment was a big disappointment. As with the previous two parts, the same problem persisted with the main protagonist -Amaia- who is the lead detective. She is unconvincing, uncharismatic, incompetent, whiney, unlikeable, and annoying. The ending was not good and it ruined the great progress and plot development made in the second part. That said, as with the previous two parts, the cinematography is good. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/12/23 Full Review Late R Once again, the same problems that have plagued this trilogy from the beginning are at work here, perhaps to a greater degree – too many unnecessary things that distract from the main narrative and drag out the run time, as well as making things more difficult to follow than they need to be -- but it also has the same positives: it's a well-acted, nicely filmed continuation of a grim mystery that incorporates local folklore. ‘Offering to The Storm' sets out to connect all three films with each other and wrap up Inspector Salazar's story, and whilst it manages to do that, it doesn't do it very efficiently and just isn't succinct enough to have the impact it wants to have, not to mention that the "big reveal" and solution to the whole mess is very underwhelming, predictable and obvious. At the end of the day, The Baztán Trilogy is a perfectly decent time-waster that obviously wants to be so much more than it ultimately is. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 05/30/21 Full Review Audience Member The story was great, but it dragged on. And the main character annoyed me to no end. She lost it way too many times. And then she just stood there with eyes bulging and mouth open instead of intervening. Sorry, that's a shoddy reaction for someone trained by the FBI to think on their feet. Didn't seem real to me. And her deductive reasoning was ridiculous, like make it up as she went along. "He shed tears indicting he didn't want to kill himself." No, gag reflux, when people vomit intensely their eyes water. Just stupid The ending was a little predictable. It had potential, but failed. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 01/13/23 Full Review Audience Member Overall, it's a good end to a cracking trilogy, with some moments of real emotion and tension that are the perfect development from the first two movies. The relationship between Salazar and Markina takes an eye-rolling shift, that doesn't serve to build the story to the intense ending it deserves. Still some very predictable plot developments, but they don't take away from the rich tapestry of the story across all three movies Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/25/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Movie Info

      Synopsis Inspector Amaia Salazar confronts the origins of her nightmares as she reveals the darkest secrets of the Baztan Valley.
      Director
      Fernando González Molina
      Screenwriter
      Luiso Berdejo
      Genre
      Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      Spanish (Spain)
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Jul 25, 2020
      Runtime
      2h 18m
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