Arn: The Knight Templar

Arn: The Knight Templar

Arn, the son of a high-ranking Swedish nobleman is educated in a monastery and sent to the Holy Land as a knight templar to do penance for a forbidden love.

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Luis M (ru) wrote: " to fcil mantermo-nos presentes e deixar as pessoas na mesma"

Jonas (gb) wrote: Helt ok svensk animation som utspelar sig i en dystopisk framtid dr storfretaget kan komma in i din hjrna via shampot.

Mikhail B (gb) wrote: A charming singer and a waiter at the bar (Kate Hudson) tries it out with all the boys in the block, and fails to find her prince charming; her book-worm younger sister, her criticism-inclined elder sister, her extraordinarily talkative mother make the prospects of her marriage even dimmer. But a new guy in town turns out to be inventive enough to please them all. The director tells the same story more then thrice as seen through the eyes of the three different women; and one boy, as a matter of fact, each time enhancing their picture of the lady-pleaser and making us fall in love with Adam all over again. Great romantic comedy with little action, a few jokes and lots of good psychology.

Elliott F (nl) wrote: Barbet Schroeder's superb mystery film Reversal of Fortune boasts that Jeremy Irons won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the film. Unlike virtually all other Best Actor winning performances, however, Irons does not carry the film by himself and he is astonishingly subtle. True, while the rest of the film is shared with Glenn Close and Ron Silver, Irons does come off the best, but his is a Best Actor win like no other. Irons plays Claus Von Bulow, a wealthy man who is twice convicted of attempting to murder his wife, Sunny (Close). Sunny has fallen into two comas, the second of which seems to be permanent. He hires Alan Dershowitz, a law professor at Harvard, to be his lawyer in the case, and the film basically goes from there. Masterfully weaving in and out of linear chronology, Nicholas Kazan's screenplay exposes the verbal daggers that society folk use against one another. The performances are universally good: when Close's character isn't in a vegetative state, she is struggling with addiction, and twitching and yelling and doing all actress-y things that come with it; Silver's Dershowitz is a likable anchor for the audience to grab onto; but of course, the star is Irons, whose performance is simply magnificent. Never once can you see him acting. He just is a man who is terrified of what might happen, but he can't allow himself to look terrified, so he puts up this distant, stuck-up front. It might be one of the most deserved wins in the Best Actor category ever.

Donald Skull P (au) wrote: Superior War movie with excellent performances by all the leads.

Chris C (au) wrote: An excellent movie, with a believable plot, great acting, and scenery/props that really make you feel like you are in the middle of a real war taking place. Defenitely a must-see!

Billy H (us) wrote: If I could give this movie 0 stars I would.

Ian P (es) wrote: I used to watch this religiously, can't wait to see the movie!!!!! any body know where this movie is playing neat Knoxville tn