Danish brilliant pre-teen student Nis uses his summer holiday to learn Latin so he can properly study the Knights Templar inheritance on Bjornholm island from sources. His friends Mathias, a dumb jock, and Kathrine, who only comes to spend time wear her dad, who really wanted a boy, prefer childish fun, but get dragged in his quest for a treasure. Mats's strength, Kathrine's connections and even Nis's bratty kid sister's blunt remarks contribute to find out about two brotherhoods, heirs of 12th century factions in the Templar order and deal with danger.
Writer:Mie Andreasen (idea), Søren Frellesen (dialogue), Philip LaZebnik (screenplay), Jakob Vølver (idea)
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The Lost Treasure of the Knights Templar torrent reviews
Gabriel A (br) wrote: Uma grande estria soterrada em filme. Os cenrios opacos e sem vida abrigam um elenco grosseiro, a narrativa maante faz o tempo andar devagar, o final parece nunca chegar.
EpicLadySponge t (jp) wrote: The one way to completely waste your time watching.
Jocey D (nl) wrote: Dramatic love story with an expected tragic ending.
roger t (mx) wrote: two young women meet one summer, subsequently become best friends and what ensues from there.....press is wonderfully refreshing as mona.
Brian Daniel L (ru) wrote: another good cyberpunk movie
Siv L (nl) wrote: Well... I hate the fact that the Komodos eat Buster the dog. An ok movie though.
Dean M (kr) wrote: This remake of Stephen King short story, Maximum Overdrive, is less scary than Emilio Estevez's film. Poor acting and a silly plot are only partly redeemed by a chilling ending.
Thomas B (kr) wrote: First off, this film was too long and the best characters only mildly entertaining. But it gets worse. Dear God is the type of film that wants you to think a positive inspirational message, while really, the only reason it was made is that Hollywood needed a non-R/PG-13 rated movie so that easily-offended families will still attend theaters.Tom, a ex-con artist trying to rebuild his life in his new job as a postal worker, and his fellow employees all decide to start a grassroots group that looks at the problems people have written to God about (hence the title) and do what they can to fix them. The movie acts like all the problems in the world are simply a matter of unfortunate circumstances, and hence are easily fixable. Never do they run into someone with problems that require in sort of meaningful personal change. Even the man trying to commit suicide is easily talked out of it. What we're left with is a group of people with too much free time doing chores for and helping out people who have too little free time. If they had taken this idea for what is, maybe a movie could have been salvaged out of it, but instead it tries to stretch for far more than its worth. It's clear the writers/directors were far more concerned about not offending anyone than about communicating any sort of meaningful story or message to the audience.
Private U (ca) wrote: One of my Favorite B rated, horrible acting films of all time
wild willie n (nl) wrote: i found this VHS tape in a bargin bin for $2 and figured "why not?" I love finding stuff like this!! When i finally watched it, i was kinda waiting for it to bomb because my good friend SenorCerveza who WORSHIPS Pam Grier watched it before me and said it was kinda luke-warm. I think he needs to watch it again!! Granted i haven't seen COFFY but this flick was alot of fun!! Sure its PG and as such somewhat light-weight but i enjoyed it none the less. Another recommended sunday afternoon piece of cinema - along with a cold one!!
Sandra D (gb) wrote: So... my love of "huh?" movies shot right off the radar. All I can say about this movie - all that needs to be said is this - Raquel Welch, roller derby, the 70's, Raquel Welch as a roller derby queen, and Raquel Welch elbow dropping someone in the first thirty movies of this FILM.