Hercules in the Haunted World

Hercules in the Haunted World

Upon his return from battle in the previous film, the great warrior Hercules learns that his lover, Daianara, has lost her senses. Acording of the oracle Medea, Dianara's only hope is the Stone of Forgetfulness which lies deep in the realm of Hades. Hercules, with two companions, Theseus and Telemachus, embarks on a dangerous quest for the stone, while he is unaware that Dianara's guardian, King Lico, is the one responsible for her condition and plots to have the girl for himself as his bride upon her revival.

Hercules must journey in Hades itself to retrieve the magic stone that will free his love from the powers of darkness. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hercules in the Haunted World torrent reviews

Jonathan P (fr) wrote: Other than some fantastic cinematography On the Job is a dull slow paced assassin flick that is hard to enjoy as every character is unlikeable and the story rather complex and depressing.

Jennifer T (fr) wrote: Favorite backwoods horror movie of all time.

Becs D (gb) wrote: An ok Supernatural Thriller, bits were predictable, parts were jumpy, likeable, but not a must see

Ileana D (br) wrote: la verdad no me gust mucho y creo que el final debieron hacerlo un poco mas largo

Scott B (ag) wrote: I Liked It But It Is Like Airplane And The End Ruined It For me and The Micheal Jackson Joke It Was Funny

Timothy S (ag) wrote: A lot of movies have been made on the destructive power of all sorts of addictions, but few have matched the sheer desperation of the affliction quite like "Owning Mahowny". This sparse yet electrifying and haunting film is based on a true story, the largest one-man bank fraud case in Canadian history.The screenplay by Maurice Charvet is based on the book "No Limit" by Gary Ross, and it smartly focuses solely on the devastating obsessive behavior of bank manager Dan Mahowny without all of the flash that you would find in a big Hollywood movie. This is as real and painful as it gets, and at the center of it all is the mesmerizing and fearless performance by Phillip Seymour Hoffman. It's an amazingly layered piece of work, and in many ways it's even better than his Oscar winning performance in "Capote". You notice the way Hoffman is rarely able to look anyone in the eye and the fact, as one character puts it, you never even really know what he gets out of gambling. As it's stated in the script, he only seems to want to win money in order to lose it again, and it's never a question of if he's going to get caught: only when. Frankly, it's quite miraculous that he's able to get away with this charade for as long as he does, many time brushing away the harshest suspicions with a mere sentence or two. It's a credit to Hoffman, who sells it. "Owning Mahowny" is a powerhouse film that lingers with you long after it's over with one unforgettable lead performance. Thanks to Hoffman and a terrific script, an ordinary subject becomes something special.

Grant S (kr) wrote: Good, but not great. Had massive potential - it was compelling viewing for the first 60% or so of the movie. But then it takes a rather random turn, a turn which should have just been a minor detour but becomes the ultimate plot line. Great performance from Ralph Fiennes and a good one from Cate Blanchett. Good support from Ciaran Hinds.

Shakina M (nl) wrote: Now I seen this move a thousand times and i still laugh. Adina, Adina, Say Adina nigga. Mt coochie make you scream. LOL

Ashley H (es) wrote: Born on the Fourth of July is an excellent film. It is about Ron Kovic an anti-war and pro-human rights political activist after being paralyzed in the Vietnam war. Tom Cruise and Raymond J. Barry give amazing performances. The screenplay is well written. Oliver Stone did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama. Born on the Fourth of July is a must see.

t w (mx) wrote: The twist ending is awesome Defiantly a gem

bill s (kr) wrote: A skit show played out over 90 minutes...

Stefanos T (us) wrote: Again, the story does really resonate with someone who doesn't understand the Japanese culture but it's super well made and the 2nd half of the movie is exciting enough to make this film worth your time.

Matthew G (jp) wrote: Graucho Marx carries this film, some great one liners from the man himself. Otherwise laborious.

Jack T (gb) wrote: Somehow I feel I would have liked it better if it had gone in a different direction; focused more on the lie and it's implications rather than the personal story of those characters.

Susana B (nl) wrote: I only truly laughed once or twice. Stupid plot line. Not very memorable at all.