A man named Farmer sets out to rescue his kidnapped wife and avenge the death of his son -- two acts committed by the Krugs, a race of animal-warriors who are controlled by the evil Gallian. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale
A man named Farmer sets out to rescue his kidnapped wife and avenge the death of his son -- two acts committed by the Krugs, a race of animal-warriors who are controlled by the evil Gallian.
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TheIan E (us) wrote: I was excited to see this as I grew up in Pontefract hearing the legend of this haunting. I know the House it happened in and the place scared me to death, if the stories are true or not I don't know but everyone in Pontefract knows the stories, the film starts well but over does it instead off giving a creepy tale they give us a cgi Hollywood finish that totally ruins some good performances from the actors involved disappointing and a shame as first half looked good.
Brad S (it) wrote: - Enjoyed it just as much the 2nd time, highly recommended!- I really enjoyed this one. it is definitely over-sentimental and melodramatic, but the performances won me over. Both Stamp and Redgrave are outstanding and I really enjoyed Arterton who I think has a big career out of her. one of my faves this year, and reminded me of a fave from last year, "The Best exotic marigold hotel". Give this one a shot!
Shane S (jp) wrote: Initially only watched it because Kristen Bell was in it. Overall, it's a surprisingly good movie.
Sam M (br) wrote: Hard to take the seriousness seriously, in terms of emotion and tragedy. Apparently it's not entirely historically accurate so that's that.
Liy D (it) wrote: a pretty good movie!!!! kinda funni in a way!!!
Jerem M (de) wrote: Maybe a bit overlong, but Oliver Stone injects a real sense of arc and reason into Nixon's tragic demise. You truly get a sense of why this man played such a paranoid and defensive game throughout his presidency, as well as his personal life. Certain one-on-one scenes Hopkins plays against supporting cast are the particular highlights, especially the up-against-the-ropes argument with Joan Allen in the bedroom. A sympathetic portrait that will enrage you but at the same time break your heart.
Andrea M (mx) wrote: I think this was the best of the trilogy. It was sweet-natured and the conversations the couple had throughout the film kept my interest.
Terry M (fr) wrote: I wish I could give this zero stars. This movie is terrible and completely misses the whole point. It shouldn't even have the "Omen" name on it. A waste of celluloid.
Camille L (de) wrote: Busting est un film plutt amusant pendant sa deuxime heure, lorsque l'intrigue se met rellement en route, grce aux interprtations adquates d'Elliott Gould, Robert Blake et Allen Garfield (particulirement excellent). Avant a, le ralisateur et son scnariste ne semblent pas savoir o ils veulent en venir et on s'ennuie poliment avant de rencontrer le grand bad guy. Ce ne serait pas si grave si le film de Peter Hyams ne souffrait pas autant de ses nombreux changements de ton et de ses gags un peu archaques.
Victor M (br) wrote: George Lucas directorial debut gave us a disturbing film about a dystopian future some kind similar to the one portrayed by Aldous Huxley in his book.
John S (gb) wrote: Sinatra was absolutely amazing. I've always seen him playing really cool, suave, debonair type characters, and it was such a pleasant delight to see him play the shy, insecure, dorky Clarence, and he did it so perfectly. Of course, Gene is a shining star as always, his charm and charisma never ceases to amaze me, as well as his talent. The story was great, as were the musical numbers, but they felt like they were about 30 minutes too long. Still, it's better having 30 minutes of extra awesome dancing, than an extra 30 minutes of boring chatter. In the end, it's a classic musical, that you just can't help yourself but to love.
Byron B (mx) wrote: Suspenseful road movie. Interesting look at Canadian country-sides and villagers. Character study of marooned German U-boat soldiers trying to blend in till they can make their way to the safe US border (takes place before the US entered World War II). Powell and Pressburger were not shy about admitting this was a propaganda film, but it is a good fictional propaganda film that focuses on character and story. Also check out the caliber of talent on the crew: Ralph Vaughan Williams wrote the score, Freddie Young manned the camera, and David Lean cut it together.
Chandler P (kr) wrote: Good ideas, bad exec