Skanderbeg

Skanderbeg

This is the true story of the National Hero of Albanians, George Kastrioti Scanderbeg, from his birth to his death. 1405-1468. Based mainly upon the monk writer Marin Barleti, the movie ...

This is the true story of the National Hero of Albanians, George Kastrioti Scanderbeg, from his birth to his death. 1405-1468. Based mainly upon the monk writer Marin Barleti, the movie ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Thiago B (mx) wrote: Incrivel a historia dele! Eh facil julgar quem esta de fora.

Tim M (us) wrote: A touching look at an optimistic man's struggle with race and orientation in America. Funny and informative.

Josh C (mx) wrote: I only got 50 minutes into it. At first the story was interesting, but I got fed up with the acting. The directing was great, but the soundtrack ruined the intense parts.

Jessica K (kr) wrote: So many horrible feels

Jules H (jp) wrote: Funny and morally pleasing, but creatively dissapointing. Barnyard offers the laughs and life lessons, but it's flat characterization and been there done that script won't exactly leave the audience mooing for seconds.

Joanna R (au) wrote: War and desperate times provide a backdrop for the moral choices the characters in this story have to make. Despite the heavy historical load, this movie is actually quite light and funny (typically Czech, some might say). It presents a new twist to the often moralistic or idealizing war movie standard, which is more than welcome from this viewer.

John B (nl) wrote: Finally tracked this one down and I'm glad that I did. The dialogue is very Mamet which means incredible dialogue and monologues that actors will be using for auditions for years to come. Joe Mantegna delivers well.

Damian B (us) wrote: C'mon! Don't EVEN try to remake the Rankin-Bass classic.

Nikhil B (ca) wrote: Please watch the french version.....take the extra effort of reading the subtitles and in the end you will find its worth it.

Hassan S (nl) wrote: only one word 2 describe it ...........that is "AWESOME"

Cory T (it) wrote: A direct continuation of the Phibes' resurrection saga, 'Dr. Phibes Rises Again!' is a lackluster sequel in which Phibes' Shakespearean rants about the River of Life are too long-winded and the methods for dispatching Phibes' enemies are even more graphic which also lessens their macabre wit (a hawk mauling is pretty stomach-churning). The first act is particularly exposition-heavy with another Scotland Yard investigation and the deaths are minimal at best. The MacGuffin in the film is a papyrus which will aid Phibes in his quest for eternal life and it is a rather weak contrivance to relocate the setting to Egypt. At this point Phibes' targets are no longer sympathetic. In fact, Biederbeck is a megalomaniac who is obsessed with his macrobiotic elixir and is vexed by the inconvenience of his henchman's murder via a snake concoction. The only sublime moments blossom from Price's delightful performance such as when Phibes nearly chokes on food which is lodged behind his facial prosthetic or when he gnashes on grapes while a victim agonizingly shrieks from scorpion stings. Obviously Phibes was not destined to be a franchise character as the films have already dovetailed into listless mediocrity.

Ben H (jp) wrote: Magical opening to the world of Harry Potter, the casting of Daniel Radcliffe seems spot on to me