King Solomon's Mines

King Solomon's Mines

An animated version of H. Rider Haggard's famous novel from 1886 about African adventurer Allan Quatermain. Probably the most faithful of all versions.

An animated version of H. Rider Haggard's famous novel from 1886 about African adventurer Allan Quatermain. Probably the most faithful of all versions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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King Solomon's Mines torrent reviews

Konnor M (gb) wrote: A simply bad movie. Cinematography is very interesting, but it's no use, as the movie itself is empty. Neon Demon is plagued by bland characters, unnatural dialogue, and unearned pauses. For the first hour and ten minutes, I kept waiting for something interesting to happen.

Adrian B (jp) wrote: Pretty poor b rated movie which did very little to recommend

Alix W (kr) wrote: A quirky movie where a couple tries to gradually break up instead of making a clean break. Obviously, it doesn't go so well. It has its moments, but the longer it goes on, the more painful to watch it gets.

Lise L (gb) wrote: Funny. Surprising. Clever. Cute. Absurd. And then some more funny.

Sergio M (us) wrote: just watch it.and be mesmerised listening to one of the most lucid minds of our time.even if you don't agree with half of what he says, it doesn't matter. the man is just a genius.

Private U (kr) wrote: Was not bad, had some lame parts but other than that, It was good

WS W (fr) wrote: A different director from the first two, the film, thus, was not as good as the former ones too. Repeating & too hard boiled punches.

Dean R (us) wrote: i love the effort Noe puts into his films, i especially appreciate his eye and camera work, but that scene (you know what i'm talking about) keeps me from ever wanting to rewatch this one. i guess that says a lot about how effective said scene was though

Clinton V (ag) wrote: Saw it when I was younger...pretty good movie for the purpose of teaching good morals.

Tara A (kr) wrote: The classic, (seemingly) emotionless documentary format makes the inspiration and the horror of Milk's story indelible. I loved "Milk" knowing a little about his life; I'm kind of glad I didn't see this until afterward. But both are essential.

Cory L (es) wrote: When I watched "Thieves Like Us," I could have sworn that I have seen this movie before. And my guess was right, "Thieves Like Us" is a gritty, atmospheric remmake of a rare 1949 film titled "They Live By Night."

Andrew K (jp) wrote: Not as good as the first. It jumps from scene to scene randomly and some plot points never seem to be explained. Still it's Steve Reeves and the same crew as last time. Watching him smash people with giant statues is the best part.

Paul D (gb) wrote: Seriously misfiring dystopia with a set of ageing actors that are now b-list at best looking completely out of sorts with the material in front of them, which to be fair offers very little substance. Daryl Hannah is the most miscast of the group.

Sean C (nl) wrote: Parts of it were slow, but parts of it were entertainingly funny. I loved the close up shot of the angry white buffalo in Charles Bronson's nightmares and how every time he wakes up, he starts shooting his pistols. That happens at least 3 times. I've become quite the Bronson fan lately. He's no method actor, but he has a great voice.