A dramatic depiction of the life of Hussain, with allegorical references to the history of the Prophet Muhammad and his descendants. It is prophesied that Young Hussain will one day lead ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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The Blood of Hussain torrent reviews
Heather M (ru) wrote: If you are in the market for a movie with little plot development and tons of unnecessary gore then this is the movie for you.
Indu R (br) wrote: Lots of action, but no acting.
Paul W (kr) wrote: The film is full of lovely moments, and builds into a poem to nostalgia itself - "We love the place we hate, then hate the place we love. We leave the place we love, then spend a lifetime trying to regain it". Also featuring an incredible soundtrack- just played Sam "the people on the hill" by Peggy Lee - she was in bits.
yasmin (kr) wrote: Country: France --------------- That is really entertaining.. A Parisian husband who is transrered to a town in north of France carrying a negative image about its people, but then he realizes the truth of his misperceptions. The plot is kinda simple yet fun depicting stereotyping and friendship in a sweet and loveable way. I really felt for the climax as I am one who is really attached to people and places. What helped more to enjoy WELCOME TO THE STICKS (BIENVENUE CHEZ LES CH'TIS) is the incredible work for the subtitles which captured the essence of scenes where different dialects have a role in the plot for non-French speaking. PS: The movie was the biggest hit in French theaters along history
Rick H (ru) wrote: Sympa! vite vite le 4 faut je me le trouve!Et le retour de Rhona Mitra^^
Tim M (us) wrote: hmm bit of a slow start then it all seems a bit rushed at the end, but other than that not bad
Ade W (nl) wrote: one of good movies....
Justin P (kr) wrote: A decent film. John Travolta and Vince Vaughn do a good job.
Abel D (nl) wrote: Probably one of the most unique biopics ever made, Cox's tale of the mercenary turned president is certainly an interesting piece. Led by an impeccable and iron-faced Harris as the idealistic Walker, the film offers solid production values (on location, nonetheless) and an interesting, almost mocking score by Joe Strummer that takes on more a 'Carnival!' flavour than Morricone or Jarre. However, its satire of America's hamfisted foreign policies and interference in external affairs never feels as full blooded or daring as it should be, and its integration of more modern creations never quite mixes in seamlessly and is introduced too late in the film's already short runtime.
Stephen H (es) wrote: Godzilla is the hero here, doing battle with a giant lobster and villain rejects from "Dr. No". Throw in a cameo by Mothra and a 60s dance competition (wtf) and you got some entertainment. Still, it's all a little too silly, even for a Godzilla movie.