The Black Rose

The Black Rose

In the time of the crusades, a Saxon youth is forced to run away from England. He goes with his loyal retainer who brings along a British long bow. The two go all the way to China where they become involved in intrigues in the court of Kubla Kahn.

A disinherited 13th Century Saxon nobleman leaves Norman England with an archer friend to seek his fortune in the Far East. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Black Rose torrent reviews

Tico P (gb) wrote: Directed by Umberto Lenzi of Cannibal Ferox fame. This is basically A Man called horse on Asian ground. Starring Ivan Rassimov as a photographer forced into the jungle after accidentally killing a man in a bar fight. Here he runs into a tribe that humiliates and imprisons him. He meets the beautiful Me Me Lei( daughter of the chief of course ) and struggles for acceptance and escape. You've seen it all before but not as cheesy as this. Superb cinematography. Throughout the film we see numerous closeups of J&B whiskey. An all too graphic whiskey sponsored love story.

Paul W (us) wrote: Mars monsters. Standard shock horror flick but ok when nothing else on.

FilmGrinder S (de) wrote: 79% Wade Williams is a strong lead, in this tight little thriller.

joey b (au) wrote: I remember seeing this back in the day nice film bout family and the streets

Alma N (gb) wrote: Lo que me gust aqu, fue que no trataron de hacer una comedia romntica, ms bien una situacin sobre un momento especifico de la vida, en la edad justa que te preguntas dnde ests y que decisiones deberas tomar

Zach W (nl) wrote: Rolling Kansas is a surprisingly enjoyable movie. The DVD front cover brings images to me of pot-heads smoking grass. However there is only one scene in the entire film where a person is seen to be partaking of marijuana. In fact there are only a few moments in the movie where doja is actualy featured at all. Aside from a handfull of comments regarding zol the movie has a plot of it's own that does not rely wholy on smokey-smokey. This is pleasing to me as marijuana itself does not necessarily make a good film feature for me. Thomas Haden Church shrewdly has crafted a fun light-hearted flick about three bros. and a mutual friend who set out to achieve the American dream through illegal means. Mr. Church and Rip Torn cameo in this silly delight. Note the script to Rolling Kansas does not contain an extensive vocabulary nor PC terminology.

Craig C (us) wrote: Based on the children's book, this could have been so much more than it was. Listless and boring.

Emily L (nl) wrote: Not the best adaptation, but not the worst either.

Tim R (kr) wrote: Platoon is a hard hitting, shocking revelation of what comes of war and it's soldiers!

victor l (br) wrote: Maybe not Brooks' best but it's still hilarious. I loved the French Revolution and Roman Empire segments. The Spanish Inquisition one was interesting, coming from a Jewish man making fun from a sad episode of history. History of the World Part I is worth a look.

Richard D (mx) wrote: I only remember liking it.

Brian L (nl) wrote: awesome movie rip heath ledger

Catherine K (nl) wrote: Underrated. It's a fun action movie that doesn't take itself too seriously and doesn't drag on forever with talky bits. A breath of fresh air in a film world that thinks the only people we want to see kicking ass are old grizzled white dudes.

Rolesha W (au) wrote: I love this movie~~

Sean D (au) wrote: I feel like the film is a mixed bag. They seemed like they put more efforts into the credits than anything else in the film. The characters are cool and the martial artist and the girl seemingly make the film seem so different. The plot is rather boring. The fighting scenes are the creme of the crop of the film, everything else is kind of okay. The special effects are great. Decent watch. It's a different type of Viking film. Thor is evil in this film, which is usually not the case.