Kaptein Sabeltann og den forheksede øya

Kaptein Sabeltann og den forheksede øya

When Kaptein Sabeltann and his men land on the mysterious island Gral, they are warned by the sorceress Miriam av Gral, that the lord of the island, Greven av Gral (the Count of Gral), is ...

When Kaptein Sabeltann and his men land on the mysterious island Gral, they are warned by the sorceress Miriam av Gral, that the lord of the island, Greven av Gral (the Count of Gral), is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Colton W (fr) wrote: Wasn't all that bad before the stupid ass ending. Just a mediocre horror movie at best.

Tony B (au) wrote: Nice cinematography with very Japanese style fight scenes (think old school Samurai duels). All fights scenes but that last aweful scene were good, Tatsuya Naka's technique was very nice, and you'll appreciate these fight scenes a lot more if you've trained in traditional karate like I have. I actually got to meet with Akihito Yagi's (the one who plays Giryu) father (Meitatsu Yagi, 10th Dan, Meibukan Goju) and his younger brother once, because my dojo is affiliated with his family's Meibukan school. The overall direction and storyline of this film was awfully corny and rather cliche, as well as the ending. It so poorly done it regretfully brought the whole movie down a notch. The acting was rather stoic, but I can't say it was bad. It was okay considering the main cast are not actors but real Karate experts. After watching this though, I do hope to see more Karate films coming from Japan in the near future.

Aliki K (nl) wrote: Yella embodies every woman haunted from her past and social origin, who leaves the economically underdeveloped former East Germany for the capitalist west, with the hope to get a better job opportunity. The film is a strong socio-political comment on the differences between East and West Germany, which are still there almost 20 years after the Berlin Wall came down- while watching you have the feeling that the story could have been set in the past, in a still divided Germany. Its symbolic and surrealistic elements (not uncommon in the German cinema) successfully enhance Yella's emotional state and also show that this story can evolve in different ways. Nina Hoss deserved the silver bear last year in Berlin by giving an exceptional performance.

Shawn T (jp) wrote: Looks like Chunky movie.

MF J (mx) wrote: Spike Lee returns in great shape with this unconventional film about a man fathering babies for lesbian couples.... just enormous!

Dave H (au) wrote: Caught most of this while mere metres from the Borocay tide. The action, animation, humour and voicework are all great. The story is as unoriginal as they come. Which means kids who haven't been overexposed to these fables and cliches will love it. I liked it well enough. But I was mainly fascinated by the way his hair cowlick kept changing sides.

Austin R (jp) wrote: Gods and Monsters is held high by its compelling performances and engaging story.

Rachel T (ca) wrote: This movie used to scare the bejesus out of me as a kid! I've been looking all over for a copy of it.

David B (it) wrote: "So live between forgiveness and your own torment"

Ed B (gb) wrote: Decent film. Bad pacing. Felt like I was watching a sitcom I never wanted to see. Some parts are well thought out and feel great, while others lack the same quality. It builds up to a good climax, which is in turn ruined by a very odd and confusing ending that leaves viewers unclear on what the point of the movie really was.

Rebekah A (ca) wrote: Slow moving story. Felt as if I needed to have read the book to get a true understanding of the characters. Beautifully shot, loved the style.

gabriel m (au) wrote: Pretty good and great way to continue a story.

Matt G (us) wrote: This is why Alfred Hitchcock was known as the master of suspense.