King of the Wind

King of the Wind

In 1727, an Arab colt is born with the signs of the wheat ear and the white spot on his heel: evil and good. And thus begins the life of Sham. He is a gift to the King of France, through a series of adventures with his faithful stable boy, Agba, he becomes the Godolphin Arabian, the founder of one of the greatest thoroughbred racing lines of all time.

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Al H (br) wrote: A good film kind of the 70's.

Dato S (kr) wrote: (TM) Very entertaining movie... for the whole family...!! (TM)

Simon L (jp) wrote: A new twist on a full moon wish if you like, had funny parts, but you could see the ending a mile away, still entertaining for a DVD night in.

Farid H (gb) wrote: i love this movie , remind me of -what i consider- of the Science-fiction's golden-age

Jo L (kr) wrote: such a different film with a goo twist

Michael R (gb) wrote: Having lived in Texas I found this film to be so laughably on target!

Brandon W (nl) wrote: Minority Report is directed by Steven Spielberg, and it stars Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, and Max Von Sydow in a cyberpunk action mystery adaptation of The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick about the Chief of PreCrime, which is a department where the police goes to get the criminals from actually doing something bad in the future based on 3 psychics, and when it showed the chief's vision of when he murders someone, John Anderton (Tom Cruise) runs away from PreCrime and he tries to prove his innocence as he doesn't know the person that he is going to kill in a day or 2. I was pretty excited to see this again as I've seen this and liked it, but it had been years ago, and I wanted to go back to this. So after going to rent it and see it, Minority Report is one of the most inventive films that I've seen from Steven Spielberg's career. Tom Cruise did a fantastic job in this that I think it's one of his best performance. The special effects look amazing to this day, and it brings the world they created some life to it, even some of the effects that they created are actually used as actual things in the recent times. The writing by Scott Frank and Jon Cohen is very well written that brought in a lot of thought provoking moments. The action scenes are a lot of fun to watch, and the characters are very three-dimensional, especially since the main hero isn't perfect as he has done stuff that are not good. I know people have a problem with the ending being inconsistent to the overall film, and I'll admit it does look and feel different from the film, I was honestly fine with it, and some theories on it, made it seem that it was intended to be that way to be faithful to the adaptation that people might not realize. Minority Report is a fantastic film that it is one of Steven Spielberg's best films.

Adam C (ag) wrote: What do you get when you combine elements of the Terminator, Back to the Future and add Jean Claude Van Damme to the mix? You get a mediocre but watchable movie. Visuals are decent although nothing too mindboggling. Van Damme still can't act, but this a better effort from him than most of his acting career. I really liked Ron Silver as the villain in the film. He was cunning and calculating. Other than that it was hard to ignore the numerous plot holes, horrendous dialog and a slight lack of Van Damme's traditional martial art fighting as he trades it in for weapons and a time traveling device. Like I said it's a watchable film, which is rare since there are only a few Van Damme movies that are considered "watchable".

April W (ru) wrote: I don't remember to much of this movie, so I should re-watch it, but for now I will give it 3 stars for what I do remember.

Jesper J (de) wrote: Some special effects seems out of date but that doesn't take anything away from the story.

Cameron F (it) wrote: No offense to Al Pacino but he needs to stop.