Reclaiming the Blade
The Medieval and Renaissance blade, a profound and beautiful object handcrafted by master artisans of old. An object of great complexity, yet one with a singular use in mind- it is designed to kill. The truth of the sword has been shrouded in antiquity, and the Renaissance martial arts that brought it to being are long forgotten. The ancient practitioners lent us all they knew through their manuscripts. As gunslingers of the Renaissance they were western heroes with swords, and they lived and died by them. Yet today their history remains cloaked under a shadow of legend.
- Stars:Viggo Mortensen, Karl Urban, John Rhys-Davies, Richard Taylor, Bob Anderson, John Howe, Matthew Easton, Fabrice Cognot, Gordon Hart, Sydney Anglo, Paul Champagne, Kate Clarke, John Clements, Nick Fusco, Paul Gething,
- Director:Daniel McNicoll,
- Writer:John Clements (additional writing), Daniel McNicoll
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Reclaiming the Blade torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Extremely impressive production value (only cost 12 mil) can't save this from being a cliched, blatant, poorly acted, jingoistic shitfest.
(au) wrote: A little too modern for my taste, but a good adventure.
(ca) wrote: Amazing movie, a shame that Dicaprio didn't win an oscar for it.
(ca) wrote: I own it, so I might as well see it once.
(ca) wrote: For being a film by Antonioni, it's a real shame. Identification Of A Woman is an extremely slow paced and lifeless film. It plays out like an Italian soap opera. The storyline is all over the place and the performances fall flat for the most part. It has its moments, but those moments are few. Not worth watching.
(de) wrote: Amazing mystery movie , after watching this movie I remember one sentence out of nowhere "This is the best Hitchcock movie that Hitchcock never made" .
(br) wrote: great war movie with war hero Audie Murphy in it
(fr) wrote: I'm usually not a fan of older movies, but this one was pretty good. It featured a decent plot, solid acting, and a well-delivered message.
(mx) wrote: "La Terre Tremble" ("La Terra Trema") 1948 (Italie) de Luchino Visconti (2h40) Noir-et-Blanc (enfin vu) la Cin (C)mathque de Toulouse (69 rue du Taur) en VO italienne sous-titr (C)e en franais (le dimanche 29 mai 2011) la s (C)ance de 17h30 !
(ca) wrote: I tried but youtube muted the music...and I just couldn't handle the silence for an hour trying to understand anything...
(nl) wrote: I really don't care what's in the original this is my first experience with rollerball. I say this movie is a speed racer of sport type movie. I don't agree with the world on this movie.