Soldier of God

Soldier of God

“Soldier of God” A film by W. D. Hogan From The New York Times Director W. D. Hogan‘s sweeping period epic “Soldier of God” unfurls in the Middle East of the late Twelfth Century. As the story opens, the Knights Templar, a religious order originally assigned to protect Christian pilgrims, has disintegrated from chivalric order and justice into dissolute chaos, as its individual factions bloodthirstily vie with one another for power and control.

A Knights Templar meets a mysterious Muslim in the desert. They find refuge in an oasis at home of a beautiful woman. As the Knight falls for the woman and the simple life, he questions his... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Sheridan P (de) wrote: What a pair of oddballs

james r (br) wrote: It just goes to show you why you shouldn't underestimate animated films, as this 11 minute Jonah Hex animated film is a thousand times better than the live action film of last year. For an animation, this is quite dark and adult, and i'm not just talking about the prostitutes. The film is animated pretty well, with the action sequences being the best of the animated moments. It's actually difficult to talk about the plot here without spoiling parts of the film. It's easy to tell the plot of a 90 minute movie, because you'd tell the basic story, the barebones of the film, leaving out the twists, surprises and developments along the way, but at 11 minutes, the plot is a little thin, with the developments and plot twists that are apparent from early on dominating the plot. The voices are provided by Sarah Connor herself, Linda Hamilton, zombie apocalypse survivor, Michael Rooker, on-screen sister of the Vampire Slayer, Michelle Trachtenberg, animated voice artist, Jason Marsden, and the Punisher himself, Thomas Jane. The voices are clear and easy to understand, with the accents put on feeling on the genuine side as opposed to thick and stereotypical. Josh Brolin may have been better suited for the role of Hex, but Thomas Jane manages to one-up Brolin by having us actually able to understand what he's saying. Fact: Thomas Jane auditioned for the lead role in the Jonah Hex live action film, even going as far as sending a picture of himself complete with Hex's battle scars. I'd say that's one hell of a bullet he dodged DC Showcase: Jonah Hex manages to be everything good the Josh Brolin film failed to be. It's fun, has a coherent story, perfectly encapsulates the comic book character (no tacked on powers of ressurrection here) and a 2d drawing manages to act better as a prostitute than Megan Fox did.

Kim B (ca) wrote: I really enjoyed this. It was honest and believable and I loved that about the movie.

Grace A (au) wrote: Really well done. The entire ensemble was great.

DC F (nl) wrote: Ha ha, it was okay. Definitely original and not meant to be taken seriously.

Richard S (mx) wrote: Sequel to In the Heat of the Night. Some good parts.