The Scorpion King: Rise Of A Warrior

The Scorpion King: Rise Of A Warrior

The heroic tale of young Mathayus and his relentless quest for justice against an evil and powerful villain, King Sargon. Mathayus faces heart-stopping tribulations during his adventurous, odds-defying trajectory toward his ultimate destiny: becoming the formidable warrior king of an ancient desert empire.

Travel back to the beginning and watch as a legend is born in this prequel to The Scorpion King from Highlander and Resident Evil: Extinction director Russell Mulcahy. See how the legend of The Scorpion King began! When a young Mathayus witnesses his father's death at the hands of the king, his quest for vengeance transforms him into the most feared warrior of the ancient world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Scorpion King: Rise Of A Warrior torrent reviews

Lori B (kr) wrote: My favorite documentary of 2013. Fabulous in so many ways.

Tim M (ru) wrote: "ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 is an uncompromising, unflinching, and thoroughly insane little film." The support squad adds a different dynamic to the almost always lone slasher. Hopefully the third will use its location to maximum effect and it won't look like V-cinema.

Rohit V (ca) wrote: That was a stupid kind of,dint find interesting at all..

Sheridan P (mx) wrote: Highly erotic, risque, intense. Never thought anything about Eric Blafour, but he's on my list now ;-) This is very graphic, so don't watch with someone you'd feel shy with!

Simon D (jp) wrote: Not a bad story, set in the future in a very cliche setting. Jude Law is as annoying as always. An average sci-fi without the benefit of any special effects.

Kevin R (ag) wrote: The eye of the tiger...Rocky Balboa has become world champion and Mick has done a great job of selecting opponents that allow him to defend his title and protect his weaknesses. A fast rising knockout artist named Clubber Lang calls out Rocky and eventually a fight is set up. In the process of the fight Mick dies and Rocky loses. Rocky gets his rematch but he'll need to rely on an old friend, Apollo Creed, if he hopes to have any chance against Clubber's relentless style."What's your prediction for the fight?""Prediction? Pain."Sylvester Stallone, director of Paradise Alley, Rocky II & IV, Rambo, Staying Alive, The Expendables, Rocky Balboa, and the upcoming Rambo: The Television Series, delivers Rocky III. The storyline for this picture is a huge step down from the previous two pictures. There are more ridiculous sequences and unrealistic scenarios in this movie than the previous two. The acting is okay and the cast includes Stallone, Carl Weathers, Mr. T., Burgess Meredith, Talia Shire, Burt Young, and Hulk Hogan."There is no tomorrow."These were all available on Netflix until 12/31 so I added them to my queue. This was the worst one in the series to date but I still loved it as a kid. It starts to show the eventual decline of Rocky and some of the evils that will lead to his downfall in later films; nevertheless, this was worth seeing for fans of the character or series. "Sometimes charity really hurts."Grade: C+

Sean d (de) wrote: Simple and easy to follow. classic old skool effects that just work

Jonathan T (ca) wrote: This is one of my mom's movies-- I'd never heard of Jane Forman in my life-- but I really enjoyed it.

Michael R (jp) wrote: Jeremy Davis pushes the envelope...the film on DVD is worth seeing just for his performance.

Sarah G (us) wrote: A fantastic example of the musical genre outside the "we've got a show to put on gang!" type. This musical is pre-code so many of the songs are humerously risque, particularly "Mimi" which the enamoured Maurice Chevalier sings to a haughty Jeanette MacDonald, declairing his love for her upon their first meeting. The opening sequence in which we watch, and hear, Paris "wake-up" is masterfully shot and choreographed. As are the scenes where we follow the song "Isn't it Romantic?", which travels from Chevalier's humble tailor's shop and continues with the customer into the street on to a cabbie and so on untill it reaches the french countryside and is picked up by MacDonald as she lingers on a castle balcony. The film is a romantic musical but it also excels as a comedy thanks to the witty and charming Chevalier and the fantastic supporting cast, which includes the increadibly sexy and funny Myrna Loy (one of my favourites), as the broke Countess Valentine, who contributes some terrific one-liners, Charles Ruggles as the Viscount who has neglected to pay his considerable tailor's bill, and the great Sir C. Aubrey Smith as the Duke, who must deal with his cash-strapped neice and nephew. The final sequence in which the hero and heroine's traditional roles are somewhat reversed is an excellent ending to this remarkable movie.

Wayne K (au) wrote: Launching Tom Hanks into the big time, no pun intended, and still one of the most charming comedies ever made, Big starts slow and understated, but when it finds its stride its off like a shot. The principal cast all shine in their respective roles, especially Mr. Hanks & Elizabeth Perkins, a career woman who lets her guard down and allows our hero into her heart. It's not mawkish, earns its emotional moments and never fails to put a smile on your face. The sheer delight of seeing the adult world examined through a child's eye is great concept observed in wonderful detail, especially when his new life begins to get on top of him. I was quite shocked by the story the lead character tells his family to explain his absence, which is completely out of nowhere and quite dark in contrast to the films otherwise light-hearted ton, but it doesn't interfere with the fun this movie doles out in spades, and certainly didn't hamper my enjoyment of it. It's highly acclaimed for a good reason, and you should see it at the first given opportunity.

Matt L (nl) wrote: I really disliked almost everything about this movie.

Jeremy S (fr) wrote: A movie that I feel is very underrated and forgotten about from the movie audience. A top notch cast who all give stellar performances (especially Terrance Howard.) Great production value, story telling, editing and cinematography. If you want a great, underrated forgotten gem to entertain you join Harts War. You wont be dissapointed. 5/5 stars!

Jack C (nl) wrote: Metallica sure had a lot going on at this rough time, and I'll be damned if it didn't make wonderful viewing, even if that is from a biased fan's point of view.

Xaib (jp) wrote: The Penguins of Madagascar is a wonderful spin-off to the Madagascar franchise. It gives us new and unique, unfamiliar characters that bring humor to the plot that families will love and laugh to.

Darren O (nl) wrote: Apart from some funny moments with the evil robot postman pats this is an awful movie in so many ways. Incredibly sexist, they decided to give Pat a wife, who has no role in life other than to be his wife, where the whole plot revolves around Pat trying to win a holiday to Italy by entering an X factor style competition, subjecting the audience to several long boring Ronan Keating songs, not something you would find in the original TV series.