Hercules Unchained

Hercules Unchained

En route to Thebes for an important diplomatic mission, Hercules drinks from a magic spring and loses his memory. He spends most of the movie in the pleasure gardens of Queen Omphale of Lydia. While young Ulysses tries to help him regain his memory, political tensions escalate in Thebes, and Hercules' new wife Iole finds herself in mortal danger.

While negotiating peace between two brothers contesting the throne of Thebes, an amnesiac Hercules is seduced by the evil Queen Omphale. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nikita W (kr) wrote: Ugh.Horrible.The only reason I watched it was because of Debby Ryan.Too cheesy.Well,what do you expect out of a Disney movie?

Luc L (ca) wrote: A thrilling action film which is similar of The Bourne Identity.

Aaron C (us) wrote: Hilarious romcom with a decidedly french twist (even given the very british wife). Excellent performances all around, especially from Elmaleh and Scott-Thomas.

Tommy D (mx) wrote: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is a terrifying experience without any kind of meaning.The main characters fail to be engaging enough, not because of their performances, which were actually good, but because the story is totally absurd.

Jason S (gb) wrote: its a great movie on native american geronimo

Jim H (kr) wrote: In a tale of nepotism gone wrong, Henry II appoints his friend Thomas Becket as Archbishop of Caterbury but isn't prepared for the consequences when Becket takes his commitment to God seriously.Richard Burton plays Becket with a reserve and subtle conscience, and from the first moment, he makes the character profoundly interesting. He's helped by a good script that makes who Becket is the focus of the first act. Peter O'Toole is hilarious and at his scenery-chewing best, playing the madcap king with the kind of gusto that made him famous, and his third act scenes reveal a humanity - a pathos - that makes his character even more interesting.Overall, despite the fine art direction, most of Becket is a character study involving the two leads, and the acting master class that is Burton and O'Toole is enough to carry this film admirably.

Private U (it) wrote: I was surprised at how risque the movie was for its time. It's an idealist movie that covers a lot of small town issues, many of which as still relevant today. Well worth a look.

Ryan B (gb) wrote: I'm not surprised that Johnny Depp would play a drag queen, what I am surprised by is that it took him this long to do it.

Amanda C (fr) wrote: Face of an Angel never quite seems to figure out what it is. Part mystery/true crime fiction, midlife crisis, suspense, arthouse, surrealist thriller, tortured artist film about the making of art, journalistic integrity and yet another film about a middle aged man who is saved by a young woman. There are a few moments of interest, but for the most part it is more of a meandering mess than anything of note.

Frederic C B (ag) wrote: The Good: Compared to the much dour and dark theme of the first movie, this sequel is a lot more fun and is worthy sendoffs to these characters. Unsurprisingly, the tender heart to heart bro-talks between Mike and each members of the team are some of the standout moments. Jada Pinkett-Smith steals the movie with her rambacious performance of Rome. Matt Bomer and Donald Glover gets to belt out fantastic numbers! Fun cameos by Andie McDowell and Elizabeth Banks. The Not-so-Good:The first 15 minutes feels a little too slow and might throw people's attention away. Some parts, like the drag queen and the beach scenes don't feel necessary because they don't really serve any major contribution to the story. Some of the dance performance aren't too memorable. This movie could use a quick epilogue showing how the members are doing after their last gig.