Elizabeth: The Golden Age

Elizabeth: The Golden Age

A mature Queen Elizabeth endures multiple crises late in her reign including court intrigues, an assassination plot, the Spanish Armada, and romantic disappointments.

Two faiths, two empires, two rulers - colliding in 1588. Papist Spain wants to bring down the heretic Elizabeth. Philip is building an armada but needs a rationale to attack. With covert intrigue, Spain sets a trap for the Queen and her principal secretary, Walsingham, using as a pawn Elizabeth's cousin Mary Stuart, who's under house arrest in the North. The trap springs, and the armada sets sail, to rendezvous with French ground forces and to attack. During these months, the Virgin Queen falls in love with Walter Raleigh, keeping him close to court and away from the sea and America. Is treachery or heroism at his heart? Does loneliness await her passionate majesty? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dario O (au) wrote: Mi aspettavo molto di pi da questo documentario. Molto rumore per nulla?

Kristen R (nl) wrote: i finally have this..it is awesome!

Tony M (it) wrote: I liked the original American Pie movie but this was crap! A classic example of film makers milking a good idea to death.

Caroline C (kr) wrote: Excellent film seen it many times

Frost M (au) wrote: A beautiful mini series

Stuart K (de) wrote: Directed by Michael Winner (alarm bells ringing), this was one of two westerns he did back to back along with Chato's Land (1971), both filmed in Spain and both written by Gerald Wilson, (who also wrote Robbery (1967) and Scorpio (1973)), this is a good western, and it shows that Winner could make good films when he put his mind to it, and while it copies a lot of the violent westerns of Peckinpah and Leone going around then, it has a good cast. In the town of Bannock, a bunch of drunken cattle ranchers led by rancher Vincent Bronson (Lee J. Cobb), accidentally kill an old man during a bout of heavy drinking, and they run away back to their home town of Sabbath. Into town comes Marshal Jared Maddox (Burt Lancaster), who has been sent from Bannock to arrest those responsible, but he finds that Sabbath is run by Bronson, corruption and murder run rife in Sabbath, and the towns aging Marshal Ryan Cotten (Robert Ryan) is powerless to stop it. But, Maddox tells Ryan that Bannock's judicial system is just as bad, but that he's able to get his man, and he's going to do the same in Sabbath. It's well made, with a good score by Peckinpah's regular composer Jerry Fielding, but it's all been seen before, even though there's a lot more blood and guts on display in this film, Lancaster is a great leading hero, and he shows a vicious tenacity in some of the scenes.

Anna B (fr) wrote: this was a cute movie i love the ten bucks and the wallet idea!

Chris C (es) wrote: So-so take on the canon of Double Dragon,especially with the mutated henchman,Robert Patrick as the definitive evil asshole millionaire and.....Alyssa Milano in cut-off denim shorts bending over is the highlight of this cheesy schlockfest

Justin B (de) wrote: Feels incredibly forced, especially the unrated cut. What sinks the ship is the fact that they've taken Stifler, the least likable character, pushed him to the extreme and made him the focus of the story. Grating and especially raunchy...even for American Pie.

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