Eragon

Eragon

In his homeland of Alagaesia, a farm boy happens upon a dragon's egg -- a discovery that leads him on a predestined journey where he realized he's the one person who can defend his home against an evil king.

Eragon tells the tale of the titular character, a humble farm boy living in the land of Alagaƫsia, whose life is forever changed when he discovers that he has been chosen to fight the most powerful enemy his world has ever known. Eragon meets the rebels Varden and together they fight against the evil sorcerer Durza and the army of Galbatorix in a journey for freedom. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nate T (mx) wrote: Very well done adaption of the Bill O'Reilly book is helped by strong acting by Rob Lowe.

Horace C (jp) wrote: 1/2(TM)-, 3/4 1/2 3/4, 1/4" 1/2 1/2

Per Gunnar J (kr) wrote: A simple but fairly okay World War 2 movie. The blurb about the film talks about true story? but as usual it is more based on? stuff. They apparently did not have much of a budget when doing this movie and I am fairly surprised that Sean Bean is in it. It is a quite simple and straightforward movie and could easily have been a TV-movie rather than a theatre feature. I probably would have been more harsh in my review if I would have made the effort to go to a theatre to watch it.It is however, a fairly okay movie. It wont win any prizes for special effects but it has decent acting and a story that is not too bad. Sean Bean is good as usual but I do not think he gets the chance to shine like he does in some movies.The ending feels a bit rushed though. Like we-ran-out-of-money-lets-wrap-it-up. It still made for a okay movie watching evening though.

Darren B (ca) wrote: Good, but far from great. Not sure how realistic this film portrayed it's subject matter but regardless was a an alright watch.

Monica W (kr) wrote: I'll watch it someday.

Aaron B (au) wrote: I hope Thora made money off this dreck.

James K (br) wrote: Janet and Tupac were great together, but what really makes the movie is Singleton's group of eclectic characters. Best parts of the movie...anytime Chicago brushes his hair and Janet's, "Tey still gonna fuck you up!"

Kevin R (kr) wrote: He sees with the eye of the mind.An American reporter who is a trained samurai and martial arts expert enters a fighting tournament to report/exposed an underground mafia. The tournament also includes his lifelong foe and adopted brother. His brother is the tournament's most likely winner. The tournament will obviously battle down through intense fights until an eventual brother showdown in the finale."You have disgraced our family."Sam Firstenberg, director of Cyborg Cop 1 & 2, Criss Cross, The Alternate, American Ninja 1 & 2, Delta Force 3, and Blood Warriors, delivers American Samurai. The storyline for this is fairly putrid and delivered in a USA Channel Movie kind of way. It felt very clumsy and the cast delivered shaky performances. The cast includes Mark Dacoscos, John Fujioka, Koby Azarly, Valerie Trapp, and David Bradley. "One day I will come for my sword."I came across this film while flicking through cable channels on either the Cinemax or Showtime extreme channels (I can't remember). I decided to DVR the next showing and give it a viewing when I was in the mood for a grindhouse genre picture. This film was painful to get through and did remind me of American Ninja. It's a step down from Chuck Norris films from this era."Why couldn't we have just been brothers?"Grade: F

Harsh C (br) wrote: Good background schlock but too boring for sit down entertainment.

Cynthia M (fr) wrote: incredible movie, one i had never seen

Daniel B (ru) wrote: Synopsis: Cain (Clint Walker) is an ex-con looking to make an honest living. Unable to escape his past as Killer Cain, he is enlisted by Ruffalo (Vincent Price) to join his traveling Wild West Shooting Show and accept his past. PROS Great Story Price's Performance Good Direction Strong Acting Nice Blood Squibs CONS A Little Slow The Score/Music FINAL ANALYSIS: This is an odd western, in as much, it is short on action and long on drama. Clint Walker delivers a strong performance as a man who wants to divorce himself from his past and move forward from his criminal past. However, the world will only see him as Killer Cain. Desperate to earn a living Cain turns to Ruffalo to take a job in his traveling shooting show. The tension in this movie is created by Cain and the Trick Shot, Billy, already in the sideshow and by Cain's past transgressions confronting him as they travel town to town. Vincent Price delivers one of his best performances in this film. As well, the Kid, Billy, delivers a wickedly unhinged performance. This was a fantastic forgotten gem which delivers some genre defying twist and turns and eschews gunfights and focuses on the human condition that the violence effects. A REALLY GOOD FILM

Trina B (es) wrote: Grade: B+In a Nutshell: Teenage girls can be sooooo dramatic. Because of that, they're going to really get a kick out of this over-acted spoof of Mormon Girls Camp. It's a sweet movie that will make you laugh out loud and maybe even cry. It's super cheesy, but it still touched my heart. It reminded me of some very special moments I had at Girls Camp many years ago when...once I was a Beehive too.The film pokes fun at Mormon culture, but Christians will be able to relate to the trials of faith, the power of prayer, and the importance of friendship. As Christians, we need to support movies that support our values.Written and directed by Maclain Nelson, the movie poster claims the film is based on thousands of true stories. I believe it. Girls Camp is always filled with epic moments, plenty of shenanigans, and growing testimonies. Uplifting Theme: "There are better days than the ones you're standing in." - Opening song "When you're with the ones you love, you're never missing out." - Robert Speer (Adam Johnson) No crisis of faith can't be cured with a week up in God's country. - Robert Speer "Two-gether forever." (Sure to be a new Mormon meme.) "Faith is the key to solve any problem." - Nedra Rockwell - Girl power. Sisterhood. Unity. Acceptance.Things I liked: The film addresses blended families and the difficulty of adapting to a new life. I grew up in a blended family and have seen my sister repeat the same challenges in her marriage. I appreciated the sensitive, truthful approach the film took on this delicate family issue. Is that a picture of Liberace in the red suit on Holly's family room wall? Hilarious. "Why do they call them Beehives? Why don't they just call them bees?" - Lane "I've been saying that for years." - Phoebe (Me too, Phoebe. Me too.) Making the girls lock up their cell phones in a box at camp. Genius. Sadly, necessary. Nedra Rockwell, the "Heck's Angel" is adorable. A big "Hoorah" to Barta Heiner, a beloved stage and screen actress in Utah, for grounding the film with down-to-earth goodness and reality. Fanny packs! Yes! While not a socially-approved accessory, they sure make a lot of sense. "Imagine a Sunday School lesson taught by Indiana Jones." Trial of Faith. Awesome. I loved that they made fun of the rock giants from the Russel Crowe Noah movie. I hated that movie. You can read my movie review of Noah here. The musical narration was good. Catniss Everdeen. Ha ha Bless our dear bishops for all they do for us. If you come face to face with a grizzly bear, play dead and cover your neck. Good to know. What a sweet voice Paris Warner has. I expect to hear that song in my ward on Sunday. I thought she did a really great job with her character and brought some honesty to the role. - Mila Smith (Phoebe) does a very good job playing a quirky character, although her crying scenes were weak. Paris Warner made me really believe her tears. Cute camp pictures during the closing credits. I hope to see Allie Jennings (Charlotte) in more films. - One of the film's co-producers, Lisa Valentine Clark, also stars as the over-the-top Young Women's President Carrie Carrington. If you haven't seen her funny YouTube videos, you can check them out here. Things I didn't like: It's always awkward to hear prayers in movies. I don't like seeing Mormons bicker or act snotty to each other. They should behave better because they know better. I know, we had to see the growth in the girls... Where is the rest of the Young Women's presidency and leaders? The night scenes are difficult to see in the dark, especially the bear scene. So, technically, if Lane is 16, she would be a Mia Maid....not a Beehive...just sayin... -Funny lines: "I appreciate the hyperbole." - Phoebe Valentine "Phoebe, can you come and get some dessert, cuz we're going to go pretty soon." - Holly "I doubt I could enjoy dessert , knowing the ceiling could cave in on us at any moment." - Phoebe It's crme brulee." - Holly "I'll risk it." - Phoebe "Who goes on a cruise for that long anyway?" - Lane "We got a killer Groupon for it." - step-dad Tristan (Brett Merritt) "Kerry Carrington. You can't tell me that's her real name. It sounded like the leader of the Carebears or the alter-ego of a Christian superhero." - Lane "Don't be embarrassed if you let out a few air biscuits. It's natural." - Sister Rockwell "I'm going to turn the time over for Sister Carrington for some fluffy stuff." - Sister Rockwell "So, would you rather marry a man that you know is a serial killer who kills every day, but he's still, like a good guy and you love him OR would you rather marry a man that all he ever says is 'Manamana'"? - Mindy (Kaley McCormack) "Well, lookie here. A little nest of estrogen." - Sister Rockwell "Bree, why don't you come and get some food. I think you might be a little hangry." - Sister Carrington - "Why don't you take a look out the window. I want you to take an eye photo. You know how to do that, right? You just use your eyes. Blink, then right up there, right in front of your face, you can't miss it." - Robert Speer "Pound it. Let's not do that again." - Sister Rockwell Tips for Parents: This is a sweet movie that your daughters will love. You might even get your sons to crack a smile. The PG rating is for a brief moment of peril with a bear.