A knight and his valet are plagued by a witch, and to repair the damage they make use of the services of a wizard. However, something goes wrong and they are transported from the 12th century to the year 2000. There the knight meets some of his family and slowly learns what this new century is like. However, he still needs to get back to the 12th century to deal with the witch, so he starts looking for a wizard.
- Category:Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
- Stars:Christina Applegate, Tara Reid, Bridgette Wilson-Sampras, Malcolm McDowell, Jean Reno, Christian Clavier,
- Director:Jean-Marie Poiré, Jean-Marie Poiré,
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(de) wrote: Courage. Valour. Sacrifice. Ingenuity. Comradeship. Australian's.Lying in wait for almost a century, Beneath Hill 60 is the untold true story one of the most misunderstood, misrepresented, and mystifying conflicts of World War One. On the site of some of the bloodiest battles, an unpredicted stalemate of trench warfare enticed the industrial age's progressively destructive nature to reach for new heights of unforeseen warfare tactics. In 1916 at Berlin's Western Front the most successful allied forces campaign saw the creation of the largest man made explosion in history; felt as far away as London and Dublin. This extraordinary true story concerns the struggles of a civilian unit of mining engineers and demolition experts, plucked from around Australia and entrusted with the enormous task of maintaining the elaborate labyrinthine tunnel system established 30 meters under enemy lines. In an extremely rare kind of battle, underground warfare, their mission within the tunnels at Hill 60 was to; stay silent over an extended period (seven months), keep track of the equally silent enemy's activities (using just a stethoscope), avoid detection (within inches of said enemy) whilst secretly placing over 70,000 lbs of explosives under the heavily fortified enemy position. Finally the detonation orders came from command and in a series of 18 perfectly sequenced explosions; Hill 60 crumbled on June 7, 1917 at precisely 3.10am. Brendan Cowell leads one of Australia's best ensemble cast in a gripping story based upon the diaries of Oliver Woodward. After the death of a close friend Queensland miner, Woodward (Cowell) enlists in the war effort. Interrupting a budding relationship with his deceased friend's 16-year-old sister Marjorie (Bella Heathcote), Woodward is to command the 1st Australian Tunnelling Company underground unit.The untrained soldier must earn the respect of his men, live up to hierarchy expectations and attempt to stay alive, all under the most adverse conditions imaginable.Actively avoiding the Hollywood glamour and unnecessarily graphic showmanship that seems inevitable with war films, the Australian produced, Beneath Hill 60, brilliantly captures the horror, futility, conditions and senseless waste of young life endured by the diggers in the trenches with genuine realism and grim depth.More than just a suicidal run across fields of mud and chemical warfare, Beneath Hill 60 offers a great insight into the ingenuity of the time. Daring engineering, progressive technology and developmental sciences all had a place in the initial world changing war. Exposing younger generations and finding its on place in history, the momentous story of Hill 60, Messines, Berlin has tremendous significance. Combining an impressive cast, great characterization and outstanding cinematography, renowned actor/director Jeremy Sims evokes emotion without unnecessary sentimentally. The films minor flaws pail in comparison to its subject; flashbacks into the mundane romance story sees momentum wain occasionally and the lack of introduction begs the question behind the film, until the very closing scene. The Verdict: Excusing the release scheduling as an ANZAC day filler, this movie has wonderful historical significance and is well worth its salt as a stand alone film experience. Published: The Queanbeyan AgeDate of Publication: 23/04/2010
(fr) wrote: What a great movie, thrilling from the very beginning until the end. A lot of humor in this movie makes it even more entertaining. A must see !
(gb) wrote: Timothy Olyphant stars as agent 47 in the film that will most likely be forgotten about and end up in the $5 bin at your local Walmart when she already has if you found it if you were interested enough to watch it the story involves Timothy Oliphant being hired text to carry out an assassin atten attempt on a Russian presidential candidate and after being discovered is on the run in which case we turn down a long road where he discovers about presidential body doubles cloning KGB operatives and fighting several of himself including a token black version of himself aboard a subway train with dueling samurai swords Olga Kurylenko who's other works of art include the Max Payne adaptation and one of the least one of the least popular James Bond movies Quantum of Solace plays a prostitute who 47 takes under his wing because he feels that she has was in the wrong place at the wrong time and the two of them together as a fish out of water on couple team travel the world and Traverse whole God forsaken unnecessarily complex Master Chief try and figure out what the hell is going on and in the end 47 try I'm so over it all and in his smart sophisticated well-dressed boldly way brings happiness and joy and all is well across the West Eastern Bloc where everyday is a characterday for struggle. Dougray Scott who you might remember as the villain from John Woo's mission impossible 2 the lease light entry into the whole film series as the renegade Interpol agent who will do anything to find and put an end to 47s spree but turns out to be more like 47 then he made himself even realize when the film comes to the to its inevitable conclusion we find out that the two men are very much alike and you will be satisfied hopefully if you are a fan of the games I believe you will enjoy your time there and it proved to be a competent movie with a social script average performances and and one more burning question because of a reboot or a sequel or whatever you want to call it is now in theaters 1 which exact which executive in this film film distribution company or production company decided hey its been long enough let's try this again to do a hitman movie and second can we try to make it closer to the game so people won't feel like we do horned owl of interest story and stuff like that. closing thoughts being I myself as a huge fan of the Hitman games having played the mall and enjoyed most of them give this movie a 2.25 out of 5 I couldn't quite bring this movie up to a average film outside of people who would love the game anyone else who sees this might see just a movie full of cliches and only one in character being Timothy Olyphant's character himself w review and I would love to hear from you guys so to bring this to a close eye the films dollar which will wish you all a deer and can't wait to talk to you guys next time about whatever movie I feel like bringing your review for good morning good afternoon good evening and goodnight.
(jp) wrote: Jamie Foxx and Gabrielle Union headline a very funny romantic company. The chemistry between these two is genuine. "Breakin' All The Rules" is a film about mistaken identities gone wild. While the relationship between Foxx and Union is predictable...how the other relationships turn out are not...making you stick around until the end. The movie doesn't waste time...starting out with Foxx's character Quincy getting dumped by his girlfriend. Quincy then writes a successful how-to book on breaking up and that sets off a chain reaction that will keep you in your seat until the end.
(es) wrote: my god..the song tears your heart out...couldn't take watching it too!!!!
(au) wrote: Boringly interesting
(mx) wrote: It was filmed in Ogden, Ut
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(us) wrote: Stari dobri triler sa pomalo shematskim zapletom, gospodinom sa velikim ''G'', Majkl Kejnom, sjajna muzika, dodir britanske elegancije i jedna od vidjenijih riba osamdesetih, Shon Jang u filmu koji nije za klince koji vole ''extra'' filmove, sa akcijom ''pun gas'' i ''ful'' efektima
(ag) wrote: A good action comedy I could watch on repeat where De Niro and Grodin have hysterically good chemistry. De Niro is an exaggeration of himself and it's hilarious.
(gb) wrote: A fine way to bow out.
(gb) wrote: A little bit better story's then the first one ...but still not great !
(es) wrote: Although the idea in Frogs is creepy and Sam Elliot has more than enough Beefcake for the role, Frogs is repetitive and unbelievable with little actual relevance to the title or thrills
(kr) wrote: Laurence Olivier and Carol Lynley's great performances and a tense atmosphere masterfully built up by Otto Preminger are all pushed into the water by a horrendous ending.
(mx) wrote: Ugh. I'm sure it's a great film with wonderful performances. How nice for them. Want MY dollar? Dont preach to me.
(nl) wrote: A very well acted film that was a bit confusing for me in some areas, but ultimately has a very satisfying ending to a script that is also well written