Fire & Ice

Fire & Ice

Ruled by King Augustin, Carpia is a peaceful kingdom in a world inhabited by dragons and knights. The land's serenity is unexpectedly shattered by a Fire Dragon that spreads almighty fear and death amongst the kingdom's innocent people.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:king,   fire,   magic,  

Ruled by King Augustin, Carpia is a peaceful kingdom in a world inhabited by dragons and knights. The land's serenity is unexpectedly shattered by a Fire Dragon that spreads almighty fear and death amongst the kingdom's innocent people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kyle C (kr) wrote: This is what No Strings Attached should have been. It was funny, dramatic, sweet, and had great chemistry between the leads. Would you ever want to sleep with someone, and not have any emotion, is it even possible? Justin & Mila push there friendship to the ultimate limit and just like every other rom-com it comes with a happy ending, but it is sweet in getting there, and is very funny before as Justin is becoming a very funny actor (but I guess that is what SNL will do to you), and Mila is the sweet friend type, but I'm sure she's just playing herself because she seems to be like that in real life. It's a good movie for a night out with your sweetheart, so she can stare at Justin, or a night out with your buddy, so you can both stare at Mila. RECOMMENDED

Dillon P (us) wrote: incredible to see other planets like you could

Charlotte B (fr) wrote: What the heck was that about!?

Mloy X (us) wrote: Stanley (Hugh Jackman): And you are? Ginger (Halle Berry): I'm Ginger. Stanley (Hugh Jackman): Where's Gilligan?I had one reason for watching this film and that was a fairly youngish looking Hugh Jackman (so hawt!) but even his eye-candy good looks couldn't save this film from beign such a bore. Add to that, even Halle Berry spending practically the entire film either half dressed or mostly naked wasn't enough to make this film even marginally tolerable. Also, why is it every time John Travolta plays a bad guy, he plays it kind of "gay", seemingly a bit more effeminate than his villainous role needs to be. Although the best thing about this film, the sole silver lining was Don Cheadle-- he, as he always is, was simply brilliant! They should have given his a bigger piece of the pie. The premise was alright, it's a promised to be some kind of "high-tech" centric flick but it proved to be not... not by a long shot and I have to admit watching Hugh Jackman typing was laughably, if not unintentionally, funny. Overall, this film was a dismal "meh".... as in, I don't why I even bothered....there goes an hour and half of my life I'll never get back.

Ian C (fr) wrote: Rewatch. Scorsese and Shrader return to the late night streets of New York. This time the city is shown through the lense of an ambulance driver. Cage is the balls as is the support from Goodman, Rhames and Sizemore (it really does pain me I think of how the latter's career turned out. As always with a Scorsese film the soundtrack is quality. Johnny Thunders, The Clash, R.E.M, and great use Throughout of Van Morrison's T.B Sheets.

Paola P (es) wrote: me gusta el significado del amor, que muestra el director.

Claire T (br) wrote: it was ok, it was watchable but I don't think I'll buy it on DVD, Sylvester Stallone starred in it, I thought it was ok, it was directed by Rob Cohen and it starred Viggo Mortensen and Sage Stallone

Keith J (es) wrote: All of the earnest movies are pretty stupid, but I still love them. The only reason this rating is so generous.

Joan Pau R (it) wrote: No doubt this is very well crafted, and beautifully filmed, but the fighting tricks become rather predictable. What annoyed me however was the political message, so obviosuly anachronistic, nationalistic, and unsubtle. Totalitarianism and all its crimes justified in the name of 'unity and peace'.

E L (gb) wrote: The duel between Yen and Li is unsurpassed, better than their rematch in Hero a decade later. Tsui builds on the first film with this effort.

Cristbal S (it) wrote: I wasn't expecting to love this movie as much as I did, a great cult classic, with dark humor and an strange mix between a comedy and a thriller. A young Winona Ryder giving one of her bests.

Genevieve C (au) wrote: Yes, quintessential talkie French movie, but THE best. What Rohmer is trying to do here is what I want my stories to do.

Robin W (au) wrote: This is a quintessential grindhouse movie that is all-time favorite of Quentin Tarantino, who even managed to get the film a brief theatrical re-release in 1996 under his Rolling Thunder Pictures label; you can definitely see the influence this had on a lot of Tarantino's work, and even contains a character named "Patch" who's a dead ringer for the Elle Driver character in "Kill Bill". Of course, "Switchblade Sisters" is about as outrageous and campy as you can get, filled with bad acting, ludicrous dialogue, ridiculously dated fashions, and one of the oldest-looking group of high school students ever seen in a film; in the lead role of Lace, Robbie Lee gives what is probably one of the worst performances by an actress in the history of cinema and her over-the-top delivery of her campy dialogue is often laugh-out-loud hysterical ("If you go, it's gonna turn out *baaaaad*"). Of course, director Jack Hill is a master of grindhouse exploitation films, so the picture is a great load fun, and only a curmudgeon wouldn't enjoy a movie with stuff like a machine gun battle at a roller rink and characters named "Muff" and "Donut".

cli o (kr) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing

Scott C (nl) wrote: I hate Martin Lawrence, so find his movies completely unwatchable.

William C (us) wrote: To say this movie is as fantastic as it is and then it not be considered one of Hitchcock's very best, well it only goes to prove how amazing a director he was. Dial M for Murder is a very dialogue heavy movie, but don't let that fool you into thinking it may be boring or well, too laden with conversations. The film is truly thrilling and working out what will happen next is no easy game, Hitchcock gets the absolute most out of the play it is adapted from and the most from the cast too, with the likes of Ray Milland, Grace Kelly and Robert Cummings all shining in their respective roles. It of course centres on a plan for a husband to off his wife called Margot (Kelly) by her husband Tony (Milland), of course Tony thinks he has the perfect murder, and even if he hasn't, he has a few tricks he can pull.The story moves along at a nice pace, never too fast or too slow and constantly fits itself nicely into its running time. Hitchcock just knew here how to truly get the scenes he wanted and uses things like light to truly create a sense of doom or a sense of hope, fine work from the director considered one of the best at suspense. I wasn't all together sure on the score for the film which can at times sound like some kind of cartoon or in any case a much happier film and although it can be used well, it just doesn't feel right sometimes. To be fair other than the score there isn't too much wrong with this at all, acting maybe not always on point but I'll come to that next.I wasn't always so sure on Grace Kelly, many a person who has seen this has mentioned her as doing a good job but I didn't feel she was at her very best. The by far best cast member has to be Ray Milland who kind of has to step up in this movie so we see him as the evil he is, but that also we can follow him through the story without getting bored. John Williams as Inspector Hubbard is a good addition to the cast and can actually at times add a little comedic relief randomly here and there, he over time becomes a character you come to not mind as much as maybe when he first walks in. One thing about this movie that I can't say I have seen much is the way in which it lets you follow the protagonist but he is not good and although inside you do not want him to succeed, you expect that everything that happens will all go to plan (whether it does or not well you will have to see). Yet again Hitchcock brings us this nice little gem of a thing, he really gets the camera put on Milland but in a way where although he is in the shot, he remains behind peoples backs and he moves away from others a lot, it feels like it is meant for him to seem distant and of course more sinister than other characters.Overall Dial M for Murder is as I said not really thought of as within Hitchcock's absolute best works but this is really an excellent little piece, worth a watch whether a fan of Hitchcock or you have never seen one of his films before. He does of course borrow elements from past films and that makes this not any copy of his previous works, but it actually also makes it much better as he can draw from his own inspiration but then make a film like this that feels like a play (of which as mentioned it is based on).

Richard D (ca) wrote: Bel Powley stars as 15 year-old Minnie, growing up in late 70's San Francisco and experiencing her first sexual encounters with her mom's boyfriend (Alexander Skarsgrd). This is an amazingly frank and funny story about a young woman's sexual awakening. Everyone is good in this one, but it's Powley's film. It wouldn't work without a strong lead. There was controversy about this film when it got an 18 rating in the UK, preventing a large section of it's intended audience from seeing it. Without getting into the weeds of that debate, let's just say that this one has earned a pretty strong rating, even though I'm sure mature teens would be fine if they saw it.

Giovanni V (fr) wrote: Very cheap and bad, but at the same time entertaining for how ingenuously bad it is.

M L (jp) wrote: just as good as it was when it first came out