The Real Robin Hood
Was there really a Robin Hood? Did he steal from the rich and give to the poor? This History Channel program revisits the popular legend of the valiant folk hero, revealing Robin's true origins as a composite of multiple figures from the distant past, reviewing their amazing exploits, and seeking insights from historians as well as cast members of the 2010 adventure film "Robin Hood" and its director, Ridley Scott.
A special about the origins of the English folk hero. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Real Robin Hood torrent reviews
(es) wrote: The best love story ever!!! And the best Danielle Steel novel ever!!!! Melissa Gilbert shines as does the hot man by her side! AWESOME love story!
(es) wrote: open season is a pretty ingenious film that can be funnier that the fans think it is a pretty good story, characters and animation in my opinion
(de) wrote: Funnier each time you watch it!!
(gb) wrote: Fluff. Only Mike Meyers delivers, and that's not saying much. Ryan Phillippe can't act, Neve Campbell is forgettable, Salma Hayek wasted. The script is average at best, the story gives just a glimpse into the world of Studio 54, but doesn't really bring the world's most famous nightclub, or the era ...read morefor that matter, to life. The soundtrack is a travesty considering all the great disco hits they overlooked. Too bad, as there had to be fodder for one he!! of a story here.
(gb) wrote: wow this is an old one....but I still like it.
(br) wrote: Cheesy and nostalgic, great soundtrack and an adorable ONJ make this a classic an annual must watch for me. Gene Kelly is underused and Michael Beck's acting is the worst I've ever seen but I still enjoy it.
(de) wrote: John Wayne and Robert Ryan co-star in this WWII movie with lots of actual footage
(br) wrote: Having now seen all of the Rossellini trilogy, I can safely say this was the weakest of the three films. Paisan is a string of 6 short stories charting the Allies' progress from Sicily, via Naples, Salerno, Rome, Florence, to Venice. The first few shorter vignettes had a certain charm, but the last two were longer and rather a drag. The ending was especially sudden. The picture quality was hardly 3D Blu-Ray either, and occasional white subtitles on a white background didn't help much. If you feel like watching any of these three, quite disparate WW2 films, opt for Roma Citta' Aperta. 7.5/10
(kr) wrote: 70 years has passed since Jean Harlow's passing, but thank God, we have her movies to remember her by. Sadly, those of her generation is leaving as well. In this film, Harlow is secretary to Clark Gable, who's married to Myrna Loy, and everyone knows their place and is happy as a peace pipe, until someone whispers little inuendos in Loy's ear about the "secretary"Yet, the last word is on Harlow, who is smarter and wiser and let's Loy know the deal. Most definitely pre The Apartment, pre scruples, pre anything.
(ru) wrote: Moving, inspiring! Can't imagine life w/o my music!
(us) wrote: The 4th POTC is my favorite in the series. Plot was less confusing than previous movies, fresh new cast, interesting story. I don't have much bad to say, HOWEVER, the only part of the movie that was a bit WTF was why the filmmakers chose not to resolve the romantic subplot between missionary Philip (Sam Claflin) and mermaid Syrena (Astrid Berges-Frisbey), not even after the credits ended were they given any small scene or explanation as to their fate. She drags him off to the depths but it is supposed to be assumed that their story ends happily. I guess we'll never know but its all a bit confusing and they should've at least given their short story some closure