The Prince of Homburg

The Prince of Homburg

The Prince of Homburg, disobeys orders and leads a cavalry charge in battle against the Swedes, which leads to victory. He is court martialled however for disobeying orders and sentenced to death. His love who is now to be betrothed to the King of Sweden, following his execution appeals to the Elector, her uncle, on his behalf, as do his comrades in battle. He must also contend with his own desire to live and conflicting sense of honour.

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Andrew F (br) wrote: Convoluted. Disjointed. No answers to so many questions, some first raised 37 years ago. Not even the feel of a Phantasm movie. More like "The Demented Adventures of Reggie" with special appearances by Mike & the Tall Man. How utterly disappointing that this is how the franchise ended.Since the people who run the Phantasm Ravager Facebook page and the Don Coscarelli Facebook page saw fit to delete my comments & ban me, I thought that I'd share a response I made to another poster over at Coscarelli's page, It sickens me that I invested so much passion on that B-Movie hack and his products. "It was 18 years between Phantasm: Oblivion and Phantasm: Ravager. Think about that: Coscarelli had 18 years to conceptualize, write & produce Phantasm: Ravager, and this is what he left us with. After seeing Ravager, can you honestly say that Coscarelli cares about this franchise, or has for a while? I certainly can't. Ravager has all the signs of a movie produced by someone who has absolutely no passion left for the subject, but created it anyway if for no other reason than to silence the voices begging for a final chapter so that he never, ever has to revisit the subject on film again. It's telling that this is the only one of the Phantasm films that Coscarelli chose not to direct. Believe me, I understand how you feel: I grew up with this franchise. I saw the original in a drive-in theater when I was 8 years old. It was creepy and exciting in a way I hadn't seen before, and prompted so many questions. As more Phantasm films appeared, more questions presented themselves, and I expected that with the final film, these questions would be answered, Not only weren't they answered, but along with it, we're presented with the idea that the whole franchise might very well be the product of Reggie's early-onset dementia. I was left as unsatisfied as you are with the last movie. Instead of raising the bar with the final Phantasm movie, he lowered it to the level of Planet Terror and other Grindhouse B-Movie crap. I honestly shouldn't be surprised at the level of his work these days, considering Bubba Ho-Tep and John Dies at the End, which were a clear indication that Coscarelli is a B-Movie maker at his core, and nothing more. Phantasm: Ravager is a middle finger shoved into the faces of all of us who passionately followed the Phantasm franchise, hoping to find answers to the questions raised almost 4 decades ago, as well as other questions raised throughout the other Phantasm films which followed. It is the cinematic equivalent of "There's your ending, now go away, kid, you bother me." Perhaps he'll turn his attention to bringing a similar level of quality to a conclusion for the Beastmaster franchise, but I won't be wasting my time or money on anything with the name "Coscarelli" attached to it again."

Seo K (es) wrote: Superb movie.. dont miss it... dis year blockbuster..

Christian K (fr) wrote: This is a dead worst scifi ever.What a waste of money and finally we see that the lead actor who for years made us cringe in Stargate series is seen as the terrible actor he really is. The rest of the cast is even worse if that is possible.THUMBS DOWN TOTAL

Aaron G (it) wrote: It's rare that such a good movie gets such a crap poster.

Samir S (gb) wrote: Judge him or Hate him... He is and will always be what he is... Inspite moral pressures from society and family, the protagonist grows up to realize that inspite of the loneliness it brings, the individualistic life he leads is what he actually wants. Michael Douglas squeezes himself in the Solitary Man as if the character was his own blood, flesh and skin... I rate it Four stars... Out of which, Three stars for the movie and One star entirely for Michael Douglas's performance...

Maria C (kr) wrote: I JUST LOVED IT! No other words to describe this light, heart-felt and mesmerizing movie of friendship, love and baseball!

Isaac E (ag) wrote: esto es muy bueno. la religion es lo peor. el problema no es si creemos en dios es si el cree en nosotros

Alex S (de) wrote: I liked beavis and butt-head do America. It was a hilarious movie!

JH K (au) wrote: Tan terriblemente espantosa que es obligatorio verla para pasar un rato memorable, bestia, BESTIA, BESTIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Felipe C (nl) wrote: Uma das cenas finais mais belas e chocantes da histria do cinema.

D M (jp) wrote: Bela Lugosi plays a doctor who accidentally transforms himself into an ape-man. He believes to reverse the process he needs the spinal fluid from living human-folk, but his collegue wont help him collect it. The ape-man and is pet gorrila now have to go out and get some fluid from unwilling donors. Amusing to see Lugosi shoot up and I think there was dick-joke snuck in there near the beginning.

Bengel W (ru) wrote: Alas a formatted TV movie that is rather predictable especially considering that it's based on an island. It is a reasonable who dun it but the ending is a let down as it's the usual twists and turns that have become so repetitive as to become recurring. Nibbles: Russian Red Cabbage and Raisins with boiled potatoes.