Francis of Assisi

Francis of Assisi

The story of a lusty, fighting young adventurer who exchanged his sword for a cross

Francis Bernardone (Bradford Dillman) is the son of a wealthy cloth merchant in Assisi, who gives up all his worldly goods to dedicate himself to God. Clare (Dolores Hart) is a young ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alberto V (us) wrote: recien vista!jajajacomedias romnticas les amu xDno le tenia ni una fe xDy casi siempre esas terminan siendo las mejores sorpresas ! ajjajame rei caleta xDentretiene :D

Kiattilin n (jp) wrote: Very scary.. Interesting that they combine both Asian and western.

Eliabeth S (ag) wrote: Lamberto Bava does a good job of setting up mood and atmosphere. But the story could have been fleshed out a great deal more (especially with the secondary characters).

Diana W (es) wrote: another classic romantic tale set in england and this time the main star is the author herself, miss jane austen

Hanno P (br) wrote: It's nice that they at least made the effort to make a movie from the popular campy TV show. However, we were all too used to the iconic characters and actors from the TV show, so the movie just didn't catch. I'm glad they made the effort, but it wasn't successful.

Leong C (fr) wrote: Despite the poor review, and the poor set-up, dialog is funny, creative, but this came from Jay & Silent Bob fan...

Richard C (kr) wrote: Very bad movie, but bad movies from the 90's still find ways to be watchable.

Danny R (de) wrote: One of the most enthralling gangster films of the early '90s, a memorable crime drama of betrayal, redemption and guilt, marvelously realized and skillfully directed by Phil Joanou. Sean Penn delivers a superlative multi-layered performance as Terry Noonan, a undercover cop brought down from Boston to infiltrate one of the top crime organizations in the City of New York, he returns to his old neighborhood in New York's Hell's Kitchen to locale his childhood best friend Jackie Flannery, brilliantly played by Gary Oldman in a powerhouse performance an enforcer for his ruthless older brother Frankie, played superbly by Ed Harris who is sheer cunning evil and the boss of the Irish mob in Hell's Kitchen. Noonan hopes that Jackie can get him into Frankie's gang, but things become more complicated when his old feeling for Kathleen, beautifully played by Robin Wright the Flannery's estranged sister come into play. Impressive supporting performances John Turturro, Jonn C. Reilly, R.D. Call, Joe Vitereli, and the late great character actor Burgess Meredith in a brilliant heartfelt cameo as an old man in debt and living in fear, but it is Oldman who steals the film with one of his finest performances, his ability to show completely psychopathic behavior complete with sudden outbursts of brutal violence. coupled with feeling of love and loyally is very powerful and compelling. Great use of New York City locations, and exquisite cinematography by Jordan Cronenworth, Ennio Morricone brilliant score is perfectly haunting. The finale climatic slow-motion shootout between Penn and Ed Harris's mob during the St. Patrick's Day Parade is a real stunner. Gritty, violent and unforgettable. Highly Recommended.

Justin B (us) wrote: I love this movie. It's only truly frightening to those with the title condition but for everyone else it still remains a funny and energetic monster movie throwback with a phenomenally effective score and a fully committed Jeff Daniels.

Karen H (es) wrote: Amazing, spiritual, my favourite movie of all times! made me want to be a Victorian explorer.

Denver N (ag) wrote: greatest movie in history.

Justin B (mx) wrote: I'm not up to date on what the sex toy business was like in the 70's but this felt ahead of its time to me. It's sleazy and never all that funny or clever but it's a fun piece of cheese.

Leena L (es) wrote: The spy. Cold war. Double Agents. Black and white. Berlin. Communists. Betrayal. Not bad. Slow, but not bad at all. All in all I think it was more exiting than Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy..... which seemed to be based loosely on the same book. Richard Burton, kind of yummy :)

Brienne G (de) wrote: One of my favorite movies of all time. The story may be a bit cliche at times, but the ending is satisfying and the cast excels in their rolls.