Mega Mindy en het zwarte kristal

Mega Mindy en het zwarte kristal

Dressed as a Moorish warrior, fiend Axel steals a piece of black crystal from the tomb of the first sultan of Zahambra and puts it in a duplicator. He uses it to make an evil 'black' copy ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:Dutch
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dagger,   tomb,   pit,  

Dressed as a Moorish warrior, fiend Axel steals a piece of black crystal from the tomb of the first sultan of Zahambra and puts it in a duplicator. He uses it to make an evil 'black' copy ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mega Mindy en het zwarte kristal torrent reviews

Andrew S (jp) wrote: Two carefree Americans embark on an overseas vacation that soon becomes a nightmare in this powerful drama. Alice (Claire Danes) is a headstrong teenager who wants to do something different to celebrate her high school graduation, so she persuades her more reserved best friend Darlene (Kate Beckinsale) to join her on a trip to Bangkok. While enjoying sun and scenery, Alice and Darlene meet Nick Parks (Daniel Lapaine), a charming Australian who shows them the sights and sweet-talks Darlene into a romantic assignation, which is something of a surprise to her bolder friend Alice. Nick then suggests that they join him on a side trip to Hong Kong, but they soon discover that Nick's interest has been neither friendly nor romantic: he has hidden a large amount of heroin in their luggage and is using them as drug runners without their knowledge. When the heroin is found by customs officials, Alice and Darlene are quickly tried and sentenced to 33 years in a hideous prison known to inmates as Broke-Down Palace. Their plight comes to the attention of "Yankee Hank" (Bill Pullman), a renegade American attorney in Asia, but while Hank struggles with the court system to get Alice and Darlene released, they must deal with the living hell of life behind bars, and their own doubts about each other.

Valery R (es) wrote: De las mejores de Kitano, me dio penita

BABEGIRL (kr) wrote: i so love love dis movie. i know every line and every song. and the girl whom play as sarafina. i envy her she is my favorite. look at da camara.flash! smile at da camara.flash!lol

Isabelle S (fr) wrote: Trs noir, trs trange , mais en mme temps, trs captivant. voir!

John A (br) wrote: This Cult Classic, Is A Very Well Made Film About Countess Elizabeth Nadasdy (Based On The Historical Figure Of Countess Elisbeth Bathory), Who Would Bathe In The Blood Of Virgins To Keep Her Youth. OK, So Their Not Much Horror In This Film, But It Is A Very Well Made Film That I Would Highly Recommend.

Brett S (de) wrote: It's hard to believe that these kids could be that dumb, but it's still a good movie.

Lakshana M (kr) wrote: everyone pays much attention to Monroe in this film, who, in all due respects, while wonderful, shines only in a supporting role. Jean Peters' warm and subtle presence is the show stealer in my mind!

Dan M (ca) wrote: 4 out of 5 stars! While the story is a little slow and not my favorite of the series, this film is a beautiful piece of art to behold. I prefer the more complex and exciting storytelling of the likes of "The Two Towers" or Game of Thrones, but this is a nice, warm, and inviting film, that sets the stage well for the rest of the series (including the Hobbit films). I give it 3 1/2 stars for story, but boost it to 4 stars for all that it accomplished visually and in terms of film making technique. It is without a doubt a classic and groundbreaking film.

Ken P (ca) wrote: Ultimately, I like it. Mostly because of the complexity and combined perspectives of the war. Italian, German, and American. But there is even more depth... Young and Old. Black and White. Love and War. Myths. Drama. Betrayal. Senseless tragedy. Mystery. But it is this volume of topics which makes it difficult to follow... And at times it seems to wander. Not so sure it was tied together as good as it could have been... But that also could have been a point. The ending... though well intended seems a bit cheesy and cliche.

Rebecca C (es) wrote: better than I expected...