Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

Beastmaster 2: Through the Portal of Time

Mark Singer returns as Dar, the warrior who can talk to the beasts. Dar is forced to travel to earth to stop his evil brother from stealing an atomic bomb, and turning their native land from a desert into... well... a desert! Written by Jim Palin

Dar (Marc Singer), is a warrior who can talk to the beasts. He is forced to travel to Earth to stop his evil brother from stealing an atomic bomb and turning their native land from a desert... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luis C (nl) wrote: impressive! really, really good! I learned a lot about this watching the film....the ending with the credits, very good too! and having the Real Snowden in the movie at the end....great touch! over all....must watch!!!

ebony w (es) wrote: very good movie!!!!!

Aoife S (ag) wrote: Bit weird but couple of good twists.

Josh B (es) wrote: Not even sure there is a movie here.

Mohit B (ru) wrote: Tremendous repeat value!

Andrea C (fr) wrote: This movie starts quietly, following a typical Japanese family - any family, descending into disappointment and bitterness and then sweetly transcends the garbage of broken relationships by focusing on the beauty that is almost ignored - the healing beauty of music.

M M (mx) wrote: Visually charming. That's all.

Michael V (es) wrote: "Movie was good because of Zulay Henao's hottness & the reggaeton music but Omarion acting sucks!!"

Dany L (jp) wrote: Truly the most bizarre over the top movie I have ever seen. Makes The Cook the Thief and her Lover look like a walk in the park. A great small window into a satire of communism. Not for the faint of heart.

Eric F (au) wrote: After the success of his first two features, "House of Games" and "Things Change", acclaimed writer/director David Mamet released "Homicide", based on the novel "Suspect" by William Caunitz, in 1991. The film is an oddity - by combining elements of both a police procedural thriller and a soul-searching drama, "Homicide" has an intoxicating narrative quality unlike many films of it's seemingly typical genre.The film stars Mamet's favorite actor, Joe Mantegna, as a hardened cop named Bobby Gold. His career is of greater contribution to his identity than his Jewish heritage, although Gold has certainly far from figured out who he is.Gold, along with his partner, Tim Sullivan (William H. Macy), are put on a prestigious case involving a cop killer and drug pusher named Randolph (Ving Rhames). While on patrol, however, Gold finds himself assisting a rookie officer and getting tangled up in a whole new investigation. An old Jewish woman was shot while behind the counter of her candy store, presumably only because of her race. Gold, however, learns that the murder was attributed to far more than pure anti-Semitism.Just as Gold undergoes an identity crisis, the film itself is wildly uneven in tone. Although Mamet does a commendable job of balancing his ideas, the two genres he's working with seem to conflict, much to the detriment of his unifying film. A film studying cultural identity in the world of crime would be an interesting film on it's own, but the standard police procedural that also lurks behind "Homicide" takes away from the intrigue of the central character study.Mantegna didn't have to exemplify much range in his collaborations with Mamet, but he is terrific at what he does. Mamet's dialogue is often parodied, but Mantegna speaks Mamet's poetics so fluently that it feels almost genuine. "Homicide" is not quite "House of Games", but it's an absorbing effort with some intense performances.

Alec B (ca) wrote: this film was very weird and somewhat borring. and even ellen wasnt as funny as she usally is. infact shes the only reason why i watched it

Paul C (de) wrote: Affable comedy western with Paul Hogan and Cuba Gooding making a decent double-act. Quirky and harmless family fun!

XxFatimaXx (mx) wrote: I love this movie for the pure fact that I am a true blue Michael Hutchence fan!!

Hvard P (ru) wrote: OK Bronson movie. You know what you get.

Grant T (us) wrote: The first thing I thought when the credits started rolling: what the heck did I just watch? After thinking about it a bit, The Zero Theorem is unquestionably intriguing, but falls flat on too many levels to overlook. I wish they had developed the rationale behind the theorem further instead of focusing on Qohen bonding with his two counterparts

Frances H (us) wrote: Cute and entertaining.