Described as a supernatural Black Hawk Down, Spectral centers on a special-ops team that is dispatched to fight a supernatural enemy more powerful than any mortal that have taken over a European city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Lety C (ru) wrote: Admito que solo la vi por Jaime Camil... CUERISIMO <3De cualquier forma esta entretenida (pense que estaria peor)
Simon D (mx) wrote: I gotta say that this film is really well made; the direction makes you somehow interested in a story which, frankly, is very ordinary. I am a bit baffled by the truth behind the characters though, were they actors or not? the cast listing at the end suggest that some may have been, or perhaps that was just for the old footage; I'm not really sure.
Rachael H (us) wrote: Bleak and violent but interesting to watch
Kelly S (fr) wrote: The second story is excellent and thought provoking... I hope it's someday expanded into a full length film of its own. The other two stories are really weak.
Eric G (jp) wrote: Depressing. Encourages low self esteem and apathy for life. Very bad role model.
Jean E (ca) wrote: 2nd Juneunrelentingly gloomy film redeemed only by the scenery
Lisa Michelle A (us) wrote: I'd like to see it someday along with Midnight Bayou, Northern Lights & High Noon that are all based on books by Nora Roberts.
Farah R (gb) wrote: I just watched this again after years and I've forgotten that it's a pretty good movie. The plot is intriguing and the suspense builds up to a satisfying conclusion.
Aidan S (ca) wrote: Really good a fantastic muppet movie a 94% by Aidan
Augustine H (ag) wrote: Entertaining enough, especially about the idea of the laser beam. However, when you see the laser beams appearing again and again, the film has just become ridiculously boring, not to mention the perfectly predictable ending. Luckily, we discover that Catherine Zeta-Jones has a great ass thanks to the laser beam.
Carlos I (au) wrote: Luc Besson being great at his craft, as usual. At first is hard to find any sympathy for Nikita or to find her likeable at all. As the movie goes on though and she grows as a character, she quite grows on you.
FilmGrinder S (ag) wrote: "This outta do."-Mel (Danny Glover)Sweet cast.
Matheus M (kr) wrote: Best movie i ever saw!
Chris H (br) wrote: This makes Part 2 look great. You know it's REALLY bad, when even the main actor won't sign on. The series should have thrown in the towel, after the first one. Guess Gleason needed the money?
Ola G (jp) wrote: During the Hyborian Age, thousands of years before the rise of modern civilization, a father forge a sword and his son Conan is told of the Riddle of Steel, an aphorism on the importance of the metal to their people, the Cimmerians. Soon after, the Cimmerians are massacred by a band of warriors led by the evil wizard Thulsa Doom (James Earl Jones) and Conan's father is killed by the band's dogs. Watching his father's newly forged sword being used by Doom to decapitate Conan's mother, Conan is taken into slavery where he is chained to a large mill, the "Wheel of Pain", for years. Having grown into a strong man, Conan (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is then sold to a new master and trained to be a gladiator. Eventually, after winning many pit fights, Conan is freed. While fleeing from wild dogs, Conan stumbles upon an ancient tomb and takes refuge inside it. Inside the tomb, he finds an Atlantean General's ceremoniously displayed corpse along with his sword which he takes as his own. As he wanders the world, Conan encounters a young witch, with whom he has sex in exchange for information about Doom. However, she turns into a demon mid-coitus, forcing Conan to drive her off. Conan also befriends the witch's captive Subotai (Gerry Lopez), a thief and archer who becomes Conan's companion. Following the witch's advice, Conan and Subotai go to Shadizar, in the land of Zamora, to seek out Doom. They meet Valeria (Sandahl Bergman), a female brigand. The three burgle the "Tower of Serpents", a temple of Doom's snake cult, and steal a large jewel-the Eye of the Serpent-and other valuables; Conan and Subotai also battle and slay a large snake, to which a girl was about to be sacrificed. After escaping with their loot, the thieves celebrate and end up in a drunken stupor. Eventually the city guards capture them and bring them to King Osric (Max von Sydow). He requests they rescue his daughter (Valrie Quennessen), who has joined Doom's cult. Subotai and Valeria do not want to take up the quest; Conan, motivated by his hatred for Doom, sets off alone to the villain's Temple of Set to seek revenge...The media's reactions toward "Conan the Barbarian" (based on stories by Robert E. Howard, a pulp fiction writer of the 1930s, about the adventures of the eponymous character in a fictional pre-historic world of dark magic and savagery) were polarized. Roger Ebert called it "a perfect fantasy for the alienated preadolescent", whereas Richard Schickel of Time magazine said, "Conan is a sort of psychopathic Star Wars, stupid and stupefying." Although reviews were mixed at the time of the film's release, many modern critics review the film more positively. At the time Conan was released, the media were inclined to condemn Hollywood's portrayals of violence; typical action films showed the hero attaining his goals by killing all who stood in his way. Conan was particularly condemned for its violent scenes, which Newsweek?'?s Jack Kroll called "cheerless and styleless". Other film critics differed over the film's portrayal of violence. David Denby wrote in his review for New York magazine that the action scenes were one of the film's few positive features; however, exciting as the scenes were, those such as the decapitation of Conan's mother seemed inane. On the other hand, Vincent Canby, Carlos Clarens, and Pascal Mrigeau were unanimous in their opinion that the film's depicted violence failed to meet their expectations: the film's pacing and Howard's stories suggested more gory material. According to Paul Sammon, Milius's cuts to assuage concerns over the violence made the scenes "cartoon-like". Arnold Schwarzenegger's performance was frequently mentioned in the critiques. Clarens, Peary, Gunden and Nigel Andrews were among those who gave positive assessments of the former bodybuilder's acting: to them, he was physically convincing as the barbarian in his body movements and appearance. Andrews added that Schwarzenegger exuded a certain charm-with his accent mangling his dialog-that made the film appealing to his fans. Fanfare?'?s Royal S. Brown disagreed and was grateful that the actor's dialog amounted to "2 pages of typescript." While Sandahl Bergman earned acclaim for injecting grace and dynamism into the film, the film's more experienced thespians were not spared criticisms. Gunden said von Sydow showed little dedication to his role, and Clarens judged Jones's portrayal of Thulsa Doom to be worse than camp. Brougher faulted none of the actors for their performances, laying the blame on Milius's script instead. When this film was released, audiences filled up three auditoriums; a third of the audience were made up of bodybuilders. People lined up around the block in 16 cities for up to eight hours to see it. Universal were worried the film's violence was too excessive for viewers. Sid Sheinberg, the president of Universal saw a rough cut and thought it too violent for a holiday release so it was pushed back. On Golden Pond (1981) was Universal's Christmas release instead. The censors asked John Milius to tone the violence down which he did, but in the end it still wasn't enough for them. Arnold Schwarzenegger was annoyed about that but now thinks it brought more people to see it; it was his first real taste of large scale studio marketing and he also helped promote the film in six different countries. Director John Milius says in the documentary Frazetta: Painting with Fire (2003) that more than a few scenes were dedicated to legendary artist Frank Frazetta and based on his artwork, including the scene in the orgy chamber, Thulsa Doom turning into a snake, a girl chained to a pillar and a climactic fight scene. I saw "Conan the Barbarian" maybe a year or two after the release and I haven'treally seen it since as far as I remember. I had the notion it was an ok sword & sorcery tale (I did read a bit of the comic Conan back then ) based on Conan and his adventures. However, when re-seeing this so many years after the first view, Im of a different opinion. This is quite campy (moments of true unintentional comedy appears several times) and pretty poor at times in both direction, acting and general vibe. Schwarzenegger is truly the amateur he was back then, hardly lighting up the screen actingwise or dialoguewise, but bodywise for sure. With two heavyweights such as von Sydow and Earl Jones you get some dynamics and powerful performances going, but both seems to be a bit out of place, however Earl Jones tries his best to be evil as Tulsa Doom. I did like Sandahl Bergman, even if she is quite uneven as well in her acting and we get to see way too little of the beautiful Valrie Quennessen (R.I.P.). I reckon John Milius aimed high, but didnt have the knowledge or ideas to excute this in a better way, but thats my opinion and critique. Or he simply tried to pick up the cartoon/pulp Conan structure and make what he could from that. With that said I felt disappointed as it turned out to really be a bad b-movie fantasy/sword/sorcery film (which I apparently didnt think back in the 80s) with a touch of all those cheap Italian fantasy/westerns/sci-fi films. I simply didnt expect that. I will however also re-see "Conan the Destroyer" soon enough and Im hoping that one is a bit better as I cant really remember that one either. Fun fact: There is an enduring urban legend about the so-called "Conan toy line". The story is that the Mattel Toy Company started to make some Conan action figures, but after viewing the film, the executives realized that they couldn't afford to be associated with a film with such graphic sex and violence. They gave their doll blonde hair, called him "He-man", and thus created He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983). However, since the first He-Man figures were released in 1981, the legend appears to be false. In 1984, however, now-defunct toy company Remco released an officially licensed series of Conan action figures. Ironically enough, once the He-Man action figures became immensely popular, numerous knockoffs were produced, including a repainted He-Man figure that had brown hair, making it look like Arnold Schwarzenegger. The knockoff was sold mainly through mom-and-pop dollar stores and came in generic packaging labeled "The Barbarian".
Nathan A (kr) wrote: The most brutal revenge movie ever made. Thriller is not your typical revenge movie, not by a long shot. The movie is about a girl who is raped at a very young age, because of this she becomes a mute for the rest of her life. One day on her way to school, she is offered a ride by a man. She accepts and then the man drugs her and forces her into postitution. If that isn't bad enough, her eye is cut out for scratching the face of her cilent. And if that isn't bad enough she makes friends with one the other postitutes, but later on the her friend is brutally murdered. But the worse thing of all is her parents commit suicide because of the loss of losing their daughter. She loses all that she loved while being addicted to drugs and forced to have sex with men and women alike. So do you think your life is horrible? think again.... You wanna know how she gets her revenge don't you? sorry your just gonna have to see the movie for that. After watching this you'll feel a feeling like no other for the main character. What I mean is sometimes even revenge isn't enough for the pain bestowed upon someone, watch this and you'll see what I mean. And yes this movie was banned when first released but it wasn't the first banned movie in Sweden like the tagline suggests. That movie was The Broken Spring Rose 1912, just a fun fact for ya.