A fearsome warrior from the Kingdom of Samarza arrives in America to assassinate a high school girl. The girl does not know it, but she is the last living heir to the Kingdom. A noble guard arrives in America to protect the young princess.
- Stars:Pat Morita, Eric Roberts, Lalaine, Alexander Wraith, Gail Kim, Jeannie Crist, Nicole Brown, Darren Kendrick, Jimmy Yun, Bobby Routh, Nafees Ahmed, J. Douglas, Nora Greenwald, Darren Paul Kendrick,
- Director:Babar Ahmed,
- Writer:Babar Ahmed
When a female assassin is sent to the US to kill the last living heir to the modern day Himalayan Kingdom, royal solider is also sent to protect her. When he is face to face with the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Royal Kill torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: I am not that knowledgeable on all things Kennedy Assassination but I have heard that Tom Hanks is so I feel like this movie would be everything he would want people to see, feel, and know about the topic. It definitely showed me some things I didn't know and had a pretty good cast. Not too bad in my point of view.
(de) wrote: What the fuck did I just put myself through?
(gb) wrote: Seed of Chucky is a good movie but it's not the best in the series, and of course it's way better than part 3! The kills in this movie were good, the jokes made sense for this type of movie, but I would have liked Chucky's son or daughter to be different. Was he a boy or a girl? He/She also has a very weird look, not really scary looking...just WEIRD. Overall though, I found this to be an enjoyable movie!
(jp) wrote: ok film, malo bljutav ta se anrovske klasifikacije ti?e, ali svakako bolji od onog zadnjeg uasa (Pink Panther) koji sam gledao sa Steve Martinom :-S
(ca) wrote: Like Lee's earlier film Jungle Fever, this satirical look at show business focuses on the controversial instead of relying on its already provided irony. Lee's worst attempt yet.
(jp) wrote: One of the funnier, less appreciated spoof movies
(ru) wrote: todo pegador tem teso na me. freud explica.
(fr) wrote: This is one weird psycho thriller movie. Talk about being obsessed with Santa Claus and Christmas, and you thought the next door neighbor who had a million Christmas lights outside, and kept them up all year long was obsessed, you haven't seen nothing until you've seen this movie. Harry Straddling (Brandon Maggart) has been obsessed with Santa Claus since he was a kid. As an adult, he makes his own Santa outfit, keeps records of the kids in the neighborhood who have been good and nice (talk about a pedophile type situation), and kills those adults who don't believe in Santa Claus.Moral of the movie. Believe in Santa Claus. . or else.
(fr) wrote: Possibly the best Frankenstein of all the Hammer films. Peter Cushing is completely ruthless in this one.
(de) wrote: Not too great, but cute.
(kr) wrote: Starring Audrey Hepburn, Gregory Peck and Eddie Albert. Warm and touching romance of a bored princess who escapes her guards on a trip to Rome. She is discovered in the streets by journalist Peck who initially wants to get a story from this, until love gets in the way. They can never be together of course, which leads to its heartbreaking conclusion. This is essentially the opposite of the Cinderella story. Directed by William Wyler.
(de) wrote: Good story, but a little slow paced. I don't think James Craig is a very good actor because of the first scene when he meets Mr. Scratch. He just seemed to over-act that part a bit. Like when he found the gold you could tell it was false joy.
(ru) wrote: I loved this movie. It lived up to the original with great special effects great movie! Should make a sequel.
(au) wrote: Pleasant Sunday afternoon fayre.
(ag) wrote: 2nd viewing. One of Adam Sandler's best.
(au) wrote: [b]Hancock[/b]. It's easy to be somewhat attracted to the simple idea of a superantihero. I can't say Hancock was very good film in any way, but I can't say I expected it to be. I went because I felt like sitting in the theater and spending the day watching some light action-comedy. I got what I was looking for. I have no regrets. [b]The Weather Man[/b]. For whatever reason, I like Nicolas Cage. He has that kind of charisma for me. The Weather Man was of the strifes of a man whose life is at the same time successful and dysfunctional. With a dryly humorous and slyly melancholy pace the film provided decent characters and enough content to keep my attention. [b]Lord of War[/b] worked because of the interesting subject matter and because of Nicolas Cage's personal charisma. Some of the story flew by too half-heartedly but I didn't mind that much. [b]The Bank Job[/b] was your basic bank robbery movie. Nothing wrong with it. I liked it. [b]Once[/b]. This film provided a nice, realistic and relatable love-story, as well as a window into the everyday reality of a striving artist. The film was a musical so the quality of the music has to be taken into consideration as well. The songs worked well to be played by a street musician, but weren't overall anything exceptional. Realism and romance. Francois Truffaut's [b]Antoine et Colette[/b] segment from [b]Love at Twenty[/b]. 7/10. I only got to see Truffaut's part of the film. It was a worthy half an hour addition to the lifestory of the recurring Truffaut character, Antoine Doinel, this time as a young man just on the brink of adulthood.
(it) wrote: What starts with a glimmer of hope quickly fades to black. Pulp Fiction some people compare it to? Sure... if you also think Spy Kids is like Mission Impossible. This is a joke. Travolta as a villain is quickly sinking to the level of Nicolas Cage. It's unbelievable and his glower/stare might be effective on my 8 year old nephew, but it's laughable to anyone more mature. This is NOT a crime thriller... its not funny... and it's a weak attempt that quickly mixes a bunch of well-known ingredients with the hope that they end up making an edible final product... this is not edible... its all sticks and stems. Don't be fooled, this is Oregano.
(nl) wrote: I'm missing Downton Abbey something fierce so I figured it was about time that I watch Gosford Park. The cast is amazing, especially Helen Mirren & Maggie Smith. There are so many characters to get familiar with in such a short amount of time, but I enjoyed it.