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Usually this is a result of unfinished torrent download. When you are downloading a movie using torrents you have to let it go up to 100% and probably has to start seeding. It may also be a result of the file format. What ever format you got, try to play with VLC(it supports most file formats). The other option you can try is that, play the movie from another computer because maybe you do not have Video Graphics Adapter (VGA) driver installed on your computer for proper display