Dragon Hunters is a fantastic tale telling the adventures of two dragon hunters: the world has become a vast conglomerate of islands of varying size and shape. This babbling universe is mainly peopled with ruthless rogues, surly peasants and illiterate, petty lords Their main concerns revolve around two fundamental rules : Eat and don't get eaten.
- Category:Fantasy, Adventure, Animation, Family
- Stars:Vincent Lindon, Patrick Timsit, Philippe Nahon, Amanda Lear, Marie Drion, Jeremy Prevost, Jean-Marc Lentretien, John DiMaggio, Elias Eliot, Jess Harnell, Nick Jameson, Mary Mouser, Rob Paulsen, Forest Whitaker, Dave Wittenberg,
- Country:France, Luxembourg, Germany
- Director:Guillaume Ivernel, Arthur Qwak,
- Writer:Frédéric Lenoir, Arthur Qwak
Zoe is a girl who has a eternal belief in legendary tales. Growing up in a big castle of her uncle, she spends almost time for knights and spends a big admirability for Gothik knight. Oneday, Zoe wants to help her uncle to defeat a horrible dragon. She meets Gwizdo and Lian-Chu and decides to establish a team to defeat the dragon together. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dragon Hunters torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: You don't watch the movie in English you watch it on the original language Indonesia
(jp) wrote: Really slow moving, didn't care for the characters and had an anticlimactic ending. I love my horror and this one just didn't 'cut' it.
(ag) wrote: But a fun 1*. Best scene where the special forces agent Jason Fitch goes to Venezuela but mustn't draw attention to himself. However his pick up driver at the airport has other ideas and holds up the largest nameboard with the name FITCH on it. Priceless. And then of course there are the Piranhas who are capable of eating a nuclear submarine. Brilliant....but crap.
(ca) wrote: "I haven't done.. anything!"
(gb) wrote: Atonement is a period piece that shows how a series of misunderstandings can potentially destroy a man's life. When you look at the cast list you will see why the biggest strength of this film is the acting. James McAvoy has some particularly complex emotional moments and I thought he handled them brilliantly. The story structure was a concern for me, because it was a bit disorienting and sometimes made it a challenge to see what exactly was going on when. It didn't flow particularly because of how they would replay scenes from a different perspective. Once I was comfortable that I knew what was going on within this strange narrative I was fully engaged. The setups and payoffs in the first half were pretty obvious, but that didn't stop them from being effective. When we break into the third act is when my interest really waned. I was more interested in the relationship stuff between Keira Knightley and McAvoy, but the film decided it was time to show us the devastation of war. There is one sequence that goes on seemingly for ages, and the only reason I could find for this scene to be in the film is that it is trying to convince us that war is hell. It just didn't fit in the rest of the movie I was watching. Without delving into spoilers I will just say, the conclusion is tough to accept, but I think that speaks to my investment in the characters leading up to that point. Atonement is certainly a beautiful film with amazing performances, but the story failed to deliver all the way from start to finish for me.
(nl) wrote: When you're as famous as George Clooney and you're directing a movie it can't be hard to persuade some big names to be in your movie, even for a second or two. This does make this quite a quirky movie though. The story itself is quite surprising as it is supposedly a true one. Sam Rockwell is always worth watching and this cast is very impressive but it's missing something; I reckon it could have been a lot funnier.
(ca) wrote: Very quotable and funny, but sometimes a little slowgoing. Not perfekt, but very enjoyable and well made.
(ag) wrote: I actually really enjoyed the story and bought the whole predictable plot, the actors seemed authentic and it was all effective, well that is until the last scene. It was the last seen that ruined the rest of the film it came to fast it was like an easy exit for the director but still this movie is worth watching it's an 80's classic.