The Golden Blade

The Golden Blade

Harum is a fearless man of the people who comes to Bagdad to avenge the murder of his father and meets Krairuzan, a princess disguised as a commoner, working against a plot by a band of evil schemers trying to do away with her father, the Caliph. She gives Harum a golden sword which, in his hands, makes him invincible. Harum uses the sword in the name of justice and is doing quite well until a duplicate sword is placed in his scabbard during one of his off-guard moments, and he winds up in chains.

Basra merchant Harun Al-Rashid is a fearless man who comes to Bagdad to avenge his father's murder. Upon meeting Krairuzan, a princess disguised as a commoner, he was given the invincible golden sword. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nate R (mx) wrote: Like the common horror movie, relies more on pathetic jump scares than actual suspense and horror

Ben M (ca) wrote: Not bad...dragged a bit. The acting was believable. Would have liked to see a bit more action. Also would have been nice to know how she was chosen to have the baby.

Kyle M (it) wrote: Even though it has the same rating, it's more than an average DCOM on being the modern take on the King Arthur tale and also being semi compelling by few surprises, if not predictable, to most or some viewers. (B)(Full review coming soon - with better wording probably)

Andy H (ru) wrote: badly animation and looks like a ripoff of dinosaur

Jacob D (mx) wrote: Creepy and very well made.

AndrClaude L (br) wrote: A nice long episode with a cool plot, which was not what I was expecting from the cliffhanger of Bender's Big Score!

Rose H (us) wrote: loved it my fav movie

Muffin M (kr) wrote: LAPD reject and major troublemaker Earl (Martin Lawrence) got L.A. cop Hank (Steve Zahn) kicked off the force for brutality. Now, these two guys who can't stand each other, are stuck working together as lowly security guards. And they're playing cops to bring down a smuggling ring-if they can stay alive and stay one step ahead of the real cops. also stars Colm Fecre, Bill Dukes, Eric Roberts, Timothy Busfield, Robinne Lee, Matt McCoy and Brett Cullen. directed by Dennis Dugan.

Alexander C (ru) wrote: Would like to see sometime!

Manch F (br) wrote: Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones were more obnoxious than hilarious. Val Kilmer left no impact in the lead role and will go down in history as the forgotten Batman. Visually this film was both jarring, ugly, and annoying to listen to. I'm probably the only person who preferred Batman & Robin to this because at least it was fun and was self aware of its badness.

Sam B (ru) wrote: surf classic!!!! You can't get a better film.....Shack to the max and keep the stoke alive!

Luca V (us) wrote: Never had seen a Fellini I wasn't sure what to expect but this actually had me laughing quite a bit.

Michael W (ru) wrote: From an achievement stand point this is a really solid film. Is Paris Burning? is a fun film to watch if you enjoy history. If you don't you might get a little bored. What kept me watching (and made me watch in the first place) was the star studded cast with the likes of Alain Deon, Jean Paul Belmondo, Kirk Douglas, and more. I think this film would be more loved by the actual French as it's really THEIR tale of triumph. I enjoyed it nonetheless, but wasn't blow away. It was well done, well acted, and well thought out. It's just not something I'd recommended to everyone.

Lucas M (it) wrote: Beautifully written, wonderfully directed and amazingly acted. Harakiri is a creative, inteligent and awesome film. One of the few movies you can call it perfect.

Logan M (it) wrote: Plenty of action, but not a lot of narrative depth. Just the way action fans of the 1980s liked it.

Kevin R (it) wrote: When do we screw? Another crop of kids attend summer camp one year after 19 gruesome murders occurred on the same lake. There is an interesting blend of kids that include some from the city and some from the country. For the most part, the kids want to drink, do drugs, and have sex. Well, one kid from the city is a bit off, doesn't want to participate in the standard teenage activities, and doesn't take too kindly to kids being kids... "It looks like we're going to be partners." "No fucking way." Michael Simpson, director of Sleepaway Camp II, Funland, Fast Food, and Relatively Speaking, delivers Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland. The storyline for this picture is fairly straight forward and in-line with other slasher films from the 80s (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, and Friday the 13th). The action scenes were solid and unique while the acting was on par for the genre. The cast includes Pamela Springsteen (Bruce Springsteen's sister), Tracy Griffith (Melanie Griffith's sister), Michael Pollard (Scrooged), and Kim Wall (The Mist). "Every time I go to camp someone loses their head." Sleepaway Camp II & III are both worth viewing for horror genre fans for a few reasons: they have solid kill sequences, they have stunning hard bodies, and they contain a solid blend of famous siblings. The storyline is nothing special and fairly limited (hence the low score), but this is still worth a viewing if you are a fan of the genre. "Have a nice life." "What's left of it." Grade: D

Evan H (de) wrote: This box-office bomb is one of the worst concepts ever conceived in Hollywood. It has a plot line that runs pretty thin. Jamie Lee Curtis seems to have put a lot of energy into making this movie while John Travolta seems lost. The on-screen chemistry just isn't there. It has enjoyable "dippy" dialogue that really makes you stare at the screen in shock because you want to ask yourself: "what was the writer thinking?"