Turok: Son of Stone
Turok is exiled from the village in which he was born, twenty years later he returns to find that a tyrant has slaughtered his family and friends. Seeking revenge Turok crosses into the Lost Land pursuing the ruthless warlord named Chichak.
- Stars:Adam Beach, Irene Bedard, Adam Gifford, Gil Birmingham, Mia Crowe, Graham Greene, Michael Horse, Robert Knepper, Iyari Limon, Peter Macon, Russell Means, Tatanka Means, Rick Mora, Cree Summer, Jay Tavare,
- Director:Curt Geda, Dan Riba, Frank Squillace, Tad Stones,
- Writer:Evan Baily (story), Tony Bedard (screenplay), Tony Bedard (story)
During 20 years in exile, Turok has become a powerful and feared warrior. He now returns home to find his village destroyed and his family slaughtered at the hands of the ruthless tyrant ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Turok: Son of Stone torrent reviews
(au) wrote: A standard demille. Sermon with spectacle
(ru) wrote: A collection of people with remarkably good teeth get together. With the ability to repeat scripted lines with about as much zest as a guy mumbling in his sleep, they embark upon a quest: to find the one, true script that was written by a three year old. Such is the tale of The King of the Lost World, a film worth nothing more than missing.
(kr) wrote: I will avoid this movie like the plague. It looks like every other sports comedy, and sports movie in general, that's been made in the last century. A coach tries to shape up a sports team, whom are all cliched characters, so they can win the championship. As if we haven't seen this trite plot line before. If I want to watch some team win a very important game, I would watch ACTUAL BASKETBALL. Why do we need 20,000 movies based on a team trying to win a game? Ughhh!!!! I can't tell you how much I hate sports movies, especially ones of this nature.
(mx) wrote: A compromised Shane Meadows film with producers clearly trying to make it accessible for an American release. The cast is a perfect example; Robert Carlyle is a terrific actor but he feels crowbarred in a role that Paddy Considine would've done just as well, if not better. Not a terrible film but it lacks the intimacy and magic that comes with Meadows' low-fi style.
(us) wrote: Shamefully, only managed to catch the end of it when aired on TV. However, from what I viewed it made me want to watch the film in its entirety which I hope to do as soon as possible.
(br) wrote: jean harlow+clark gable=awesomness
(gb) wrote: Just watch it. Please. It's great.
(jp) wrote: Moore's introduction establishes his differences with Connery's Bond. He prefers cigars to cigarettes, brandy to vodka, sex to violence, humor to seriousness and he's more of a gentleman. It does work with the Bond formula but the villain has a different kind of plot this time. It's a bizarre (sometimes inane) film with some dark creepy moments, touch of mysticism, unique locales, alligators and a great cast of villains.
(br) wrote: Wonderful movie of love.
(es) wrote: Bad actings, bad script and full of hate speech.