Kurt Josef Wagle og legenden om Fjordheksa
Is The Fjord Witch superstition, or is it true that Satan's bride lives across Melkelva in the forest by Grytefjord? Does Tordenskjold find himself or someone else entirely? Who would win in a magic battle between Jesus and Harry Potter? These and other questions are answered in Kurt Josef Wagle's lost video footage.
- Stars:Stig Frode Henriksen, Martin Hovden, Martin Hykkerud, Kristoffer Joner, Jeppe Beck Laursen, Cecilie A. Mosli, Jørn Tore Nilsen, Bjørn Sundquist, Tommy Wirkola,
- Director:Tommy Wirkola,
- Writer:Stig Frode Henriksen (writing team), Tommy Wirkola (writing team)
Is the fjord witch just a legend or could it be that Satan's bride lives within the woods of Grytefjord? Does Tordenskjold find himself or perhaps somebody completely else? Who would win a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Kurt Josef Wagle og legenden om Fjordheksa torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This movie flaunts the use of 'kids movie' as an excuse for all it's problems
(ag) wrote: I had a blast just being there. Still like the movie. Killa Crew!
(mx) wrote: Fictional Tale of Houdini.. Unlike 'The Illusionist' or 'The Prestige', this flick seems 'lil bit plain.. Focusing on his obsession of his late mother and finding his love on con-woman, the plot is kinda weak. It has proper cast, though (Saoirse Ronan :D)
(jp) wrote: Seen it about hundred times by now. It's huge laugh each time :D
(es) wrote: Cheap rubbish - avoid watching it at any cost.
(br) wrote: A rather dull documentary hosted by Evil Sender (Christopher Lee, to the uninitiated). Too many lengthy interviews that caused it to drag. Would have liked clips from more films, rather than the select few they seemed to pull from.
(fr) wrote: I remember really liking this film when I was about 15, probably because someone said 'fuck' in it. Now watching it again after about 10 years, it really hasn't aged well. A vanity project for Idle, who obviously wanted to recreate the success of fellow Python John Cleese's Fish Called Wanda. Unfortunately the jokes are lame with Moranis, Hershey and Zeta Jones doing their best with a terrible script. The only parts that do come off well are the more surreal elements, the Hindi dream sequence and the pool filter attacking Moranis. Apart from that and Cleese's 'wink wink, nudge nudge' nod to Python, its all a bit rubbish.
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(us) wrote: This is easily one of the worst movies I've ever seen. There are way too many characters and subplots, and the way they are cut together is often confusing. This makes it very difficult to care about any of the characters. The audio quality is terrible, and much of the acting and screenwriting is cringe-worthy. The main character's arguments for God, in all honesty, aren't very convincing; plus, if any professor forced his students to declare that "God is dead" under threat of failing the course, they would be fired immediately.Every non-Christian character is depicted as an absolutely horrible person, and every Christian character is depicted as innocent and persecuted (even though an estimated 74% of Americans claim to be Christian). The non-believers have horrible things happen to them, and all the Christians live happily ever after. Clearly, that's not how reality works. Both good and bad things happen to believers and non-believers alike at about the same ratio.This movie is not trying to show both sides fairly, nor is it trying to convert non-believers. Instead, it is pandering to Christians.