Conan the Barbarian
A quest that begins as a personal vendetta for the fierce Cimmerian warrior soon turns into an epic battle against hulking rivals, horrific monsters, and impossible odds, as Conan (Jason Momoa) realizes he is the only hope of saving the great nations of Hyboria from an encroaching reign of supernatural evil.
A quest that begins as a personal vendetta for the fierce Cimmerian warrior soon turns into an epic battle against hulking rivals, horrific monsters, and impossible odds, as Conan realizes he is the only hope of saving the great nations of Hyboria from an encroaching reign of supernatural evil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Conan the Barbarian torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A superb documentary on one of the rock industry's un-sung heroes.
(au) wrote: Dat's more what I'm talking about! (I.e. who "can be older", the man or the woman...) When it comes to romantic comedies. Thumbs up also for the rendition of "Isn't it Ironic" :-)
(it) wrote: It's exactly what you want.. well, not what you WANT, but you get what you see on the fucking box.
(kr) wrote: 4 stars! This movie is very captivating and sad at the same time! 2 people full in love but they are forbidden to be together! Good movie!
(gb) wrote: Producing two of the best comedic performances in both Ashton Kutcher and Brittany Murphy's careers, "Just Married" proves very early on in Shawn Levy's career that he had a masterful hand in comedy. With adorable Murphy and bumbling Kutcher getting married, the supporting characters around them as they try to enjoy their honeymoon highlights most of the laughs. The film loses a little steam in piling on the characters every bad thing that could possibly happen, as well as the constant bickering between them towards the end of the film, but with expert timing and a well-paced script, the film comes into its own. Entirely underrated, "Just Married" is through and through a love story with a great score (Christophe Beck) matched with equally endearing comedic elements placed throughout, making it one of the most well-balanced comedies I've ever seen.
(es) wrote: One of those fraternity comedies, but with vampires! A lot of fun, I liked this dark comedy.
(kr) wrote: On an emotional level, I'd consider this the greatest thing Bergman ever did. Maybe that's personal baggage speaking, but oh well.
(de) wrote: Alice in the cities is a film that filled with consistently good scene along the film, and i think this film deserve to stand alongside truffaut?s 400 blows for the most consistent quality in a film, and i personally like alice even better. As a road film, this film succeed to really take us to their journey, and as a friendship movie, this film also succeed for being powerful, instead of choosing to being preachy or too sentimental or trying to be smart, this film choose to form it strength from the ?emptiness? of the movie, the natural acts, and of course amazing chemistry between the two leads and natural acts, and their relationship somehow reminds me of chaplin?s the kid, a friendship relationship that blossomed into father-and-child feel, this thing described implicitly by wenders through the scene that has something to do with chuck berry.,This film is also very funny at some times, but mostly this film is very heartfelt with the sense of alienation and loneliness from the leading man, fascinating love/hate relationship, and philosophic concern that hides under the quiet, ?empty? and simple surface, just like alice comment about one of the lead man photograph ?That?s a lovely picture. It?s so empty.? a comment that could represent audience feeling (or at least me) after watching the movie.,And from the visual side, this film filled with germany and american?s landscape and crafted with lush-black-and-white cinematography, wonderful photographs, beautiful shots, and the ozu-like shot at the end of film is absolutely gorgeous..