Hammer Of The Gods
Action epic sees a passionate young man transform into a brutal warrior as he travels the unforgiving landscape in search of his long lost brother Hakan The Ferrocious, whose people are relying on him to restore order to their kingdom.
Set in Viking Britain in 871 AD, the Vikings, under the leadership of King Bagsecg, are at war with the Saxons. A young Viking warrior, Steinar, transforms into a brutal warrior as he travels the unforgiving British landscape in search of his long lost brother Hakan The Ferrocious who his people are relying on to restore order to their kingdom following the bloody death of their king. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hammer Of The Gods torrent reviews
(br) wrote: Not very good at all,very boring and kinda hard to follow
(ca) wrote: not nearly as informative as I had hoped.
(gb) wrote: Gorgeous sets, costumes; cool period piece
(it) wrote: The biggest complaint I have is simply its sluggish first third.
(de) wrote: Excellent christian movie
(nl) wrote: Day: TuesdayDate: 7 May 2013Time: 11.00 pmWith: No oneOn: Laptop
(fr) wrote: Immensely underappreciated, "The Book Thief" is marvelously acted, and beautifully constructed. A bewildering but touching story of childhood within Nazi Germany, the film is far better than critics have made it out to be.
(de) wrote: Toby Jones es el actor perfecto para encarnar al polemico escritor Truman Capote. Y aunque esta pelicula dirigida por Douglas McGrath sufre al ser filmada al mismo tiempo que "Capote", otra excelente cinta en la que Phillip Seymour Hoffman obtuvo el Oscar como mejor actor al interpretar a Capote, sus actuaciones, especialmente las de Jones, Daniel Craig y Sandra Bullock (quien encarna magistralmente a la escritora Harper Lee), la direccion y su manera de abordar la creacion del libro "A Sangre Fria", hacen que "Infamous" sea un trabajo sobresaliente.
(it) wrote: Weird movie, but good! Who would think that wrinting a story on someones body would be concidered art!
(nl) wrote: Apparently, hockey is all about being able to fight, even after you score the winning goal. Throw in some bad acting and unnecessary sex scenes, and you have the essence of Youngblood. I can't say I cared much for it. (First and only viewing - 9/22/2014)
(fr) wrote: Haha, deadly. This one used to be a mainstay at birthday parties back in the day. Rock on Dirt Bike Kid, rock on.
(fr) wrote: A true American political thriller. The suspense keeps us gripping out seats, even though it tended to lose me every now and then, and the performances are absolutely spot on.
(jp) wrote: Just a fantastic film.
(gb) wrote: Creepy, witty, and visually dazzling.
(nl) wrote: Sci-fi drama about the ethic nature of science.
(kr) wrote: I don't know much about horses or horseriding. It's a relationship that I haven't been able to comprehend; I mean, I can understand a dog being man's best friend, but a horse seems to be friend, transport, and engine for tasks all in one. The servitude aspect of a horse has always made me a little uneasy, and pushing horses to race or dance or jump or do tricks for the sake of man's amusement gives me a reflexive cringe.It is with that in mind that I watch Hidalgo, a movie about the most grueling horse race imaginable. I mean, how much of this race depends on the skill of the rider and not the strength of the horse itself? The very nature of this race means the deaths of a lot of horses, and like other animals in film, the death of a horse is worse than the death of a human being, because the horse is an innocent.Hidalgo is a superhorse of a character. He manages to withstand injuries that would mean the immediate destruction of other horses, and still manages to defeat a leopard! A leopard! By the way, the subplot that involves those leopards may have been a distraction from the main race, but it wasn't a bad one.The writing for the human characters isn't very deep, and the acting isn't as well. But this was one of the last films that Omar Sharif starred in. I'm glad to have seen this movie as tribute to my namesake.
(es) wrote: Why is this movie a soft, steaming, stinking pile of crap? Just 'cause.