The Sword of Swords

The Sword of Swords

A noble swordsman fights to recover the magical blade that has protected his country for centuries after being blinded and betrayed by a ruthless villain. A cunning killer has blinded the brave warrior chosen to defend his country with an enchanted sword, and murdered his family. After recovering, the sightless defender sets out to recover the weapon, and seek revenge against his murderous nemesis.

A noble swordsman fights to recover the magical blade that has protected his country for centuries after being blinded and betrayed by a ruthless villain. A cunning killer has blinded the brave warrior chosen to defend his country with an enchanted sword, and murdered his family. After recovering, the sightless defender sets out to recover the weapon, and seek revenge against his murderous nemesis. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gmd E (us) wrote: I'm so done with this religion poropaganda movies.

F B (it) wrote: Started watching it but not my type of film so stopped. Would appeal to Dr Who fans primarily

Nathan G (es) wrote: Sometimes, you unconsciously decide to throw away nearly two hours of your life. Never forget, foreign movies nearly always suck...

Aka A (us) wrote: An odd premise garbage cgi monsters and no good performance to save it.

Jake J (es) wrote: A great animation story with an all star cast teamed up with All time favorites Director Steven Spielberg and Producer Peter Jackson!

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randy b (jp) wrote: Erika Eleniak was worth watching this movie!

Jeremiah Z (de) wrote: realisation hollywoodienne classique mais efficace, de plus, le personnage de Cueball est un peu plus developpe que les mechants des autres episodes

cody f (gb) wrote: A little too much melodrama, but you put Gable,Powell, and Loy in a film then its GOLD. Alot of fun to watch.

Jonny P (gb) wrote: "Detachment" is an honest and depressing look at the state of public education, the mislead prioritizing of standardized test scores, and the frailty of human life. It is an odd film, erratic at times and raw in its portrayal of communities with a low socioeconomic status. The documentary feel enhances the realism of the story. You don't feel as if you are watching characters - you feel as if you are watching real kids with real problems. Unfortunately, this style requires the film to move slowly and without much action, so it does turn into a very long 100 minutes. The story centers around Adrien Brody, who plays a substitute teacher that reaches out to these kids on a level that they can understand. Unlike "Stand and Deliver" or "Lean on Me," Brody has his own circumstances that stand in the way of his success. Pieces of this film are predictable because the story so accurately portrays the daily encounters of teachers in their classrooms. The highlight of the film is Lucy Liu as she shows the frustration with misled students that teachers cannot ever reveal. I was also quite taken with Sami Gayle, who acted beyond her years in this role. "Detachment" moves at a snail's pace and will likely ruin your night, but any person involved in public education will be able to relate to these characters on a deep level.

Joe A (nl) wrote: The message of the film is great and informative. It is however a bit repetitive and scattered.

Kyle M (mx) wrote: A unique film with a unique invitation to its approach to its concept that was fresh at its time when introduced whereas a retired mobster got invited to the new generation of his people, proves to be a nice story of its kind to the taste as it progresses. Also, the star Burt Lancaster done a performance that's generally good at that level. (B+)(Full review coming soon)