Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood 3D

Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood 3D

While battling the Nottingham Sheriff, Robin Hood and his band of merry men are slain. Distraught over these horrific turn of events Marian and Little John attempt to resurrect Robin and ...

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Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood 3D torrent reviews

Jairo A (fr) wrote: The original Road Trip movie is much better. This movies has some good parts but overall it's just OK, nothing special with this one.

MF J (gb) wrote: Great film, beautifully shot and well produced this crowd pleaser will definitely win you over.

Reece L (ca) wrote: A neo-noir re-telling of a guilty man's redemptive fantasies, Lost Highway is fitfully brilliant, intentionally opaque, and narratively ambitious in the best of ways. While not without minor imperfections, as a whole it's a more than worthy addition to Lynch's bizarre repertoire of sex, violence, and psychological surrealism.

Tara G (jp) wrote: I haven't seen this movie in years so my rating is based on that. From what I remember, it was average. The special effects were decent; and the brothers were funny because they continued to fight a lot. Their fighting caused many fires and explosions.

Harry W (nl) wrote: Maniac Cop begins as an interesting story about a killer police officer and the controversial events that occur following the exposure of his presence to the public, but it deviates back and fourth between trying to find the killer and Officer Jack W. Forrest, Jr. attempting to clear his name after being named key suspect. Larry Cohen doesn't write his high-concept story theme into an interesting one and then Maniac Cop gets trampled by William Lustig's frustrating direction, so a simple and clever story gets turned into a poorly structured low-budget slasher movie which presents new ideas to the genre and leaves them there to drown in a random series of murders and tedious investigations.Although slasher fans may be pleased by Maniac Cop, Bruce Campbell fans will feel robbed because his character has little to no essential role in the story and he gets reduced to about 20 minutes of screen time, and although his performance is good as usual, he had no compelling dialogue to deal with and no interesting story dynamics which resulted in his presence having no specialty or use of his iconic acting skills, and thus his performance is a routine dramatic one which is strong but not clever. Nothing in Maniac Cop is clever, even though it could have been. Instead it fell directly into slasher film cliches from start to end without any attempt to look at the serious drama that comes with a killer police officer, and so it merely becomes a overly visually dark and unoriginal slasher with the only claim to fame being that it stars Bruce Campbell and Richard Roundtree.But one of the most frustrating parts in Maniac Cop is the script. The filmmakers are so concerned with emphasising the murders that they practically forget to write a script and so the quantity of dialogue in Maniac Cop is minimal.Although, the ideas Maniac Cop are good and to a certain extent I did enjoy it. The plot was a more clever and high concept one than the average slasher film, and Maniac Cop was indeed well acted thanks to a talented cast.Also, there were some thrills in the atmosphere and it had a strong horror feel to it which was pleasing. For its low budget it sure does have a convincing police feel to it which was also surprising.But the varying pacing and lack of consistency prevent Maniac Cop from being a good film.

Amy C (ru) wrote: I thought it was a great movie! Different and interesting. Not sure why it's rated so low.

Brendan N (it) wrote: Barker has a clear vision but the story was a little all over the place for me. I can see the draw for the fans but for others, it just can't hold the story or horror together. I clearly didn't hate it and applaud the vision.

Tony S (us) wrote: The Mickey Rourke role has Bruce Willis written all over it. I wonder if he turned it down.

David S (gb) wrote: For a 1980's horror film, I will admit that it's above average... but that's simply because the majority of horror films made during that time were nothing but exploitative, cheesy, trashy, sleazy drivel. This film does feature an admirable degree of restraint, but it's plot is simply lifted from "The Wicker Man", only replacing the pagan religion with witchcraft. As a result, the film is very derivative and bland. Skip it and just watch "The Wicker Man".