When does the little Vicky finally a real Viking? This question can his father Halvar no rest. But when the terrible Sven kidnapped the chief of Flake, has to prove himself unexpectedly Vicky: As deputy chief, he leads the strong men and it gets support from the fearless Svenja. Take course for the Cape Fear to free Halvar from Sven's castle - but the biggest problem is the Vikings still to come ... On stormy seas, tropical beaches and Valkyries by dangerous icy wastes before they fight their way to a secret location to be due to the hidden treasure of the fabled gods. The terrible Sven does everything it can to get him - and only Vicky can stop him with his clever ideas ...
Writer:Christian Ditter (screenplay), Runer Jonsson (novels), Runer Jonsson (characters), Neil Ennever (story development), Simon Hauschild (lecture)
Viking village Flake's chief Halvar orders clever, tiny son Wickie to rob a knights convoy. The warriors have to take over but fail to see Wicki being abducted with a cargo of Eskimo slaves... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vicky and the Treasure of the Gods torrent reviews
Luke G (mx) wrote: It was alright for a Disney Movie. I thought it was going to be a lot worse, but the plot was good, and the acting was good. All in all, I was impressed.
S C (kr) wrote: If you liked Backdraft, you'll like this. Good firehouse drama where you know how things will turn out but have to keep watching to see how it happens.
Troy K (br) wrote: An incredible story.
Lovro H (kr) wrote: This movie is a fucking mess. It tries to do something different and miserably fails. It has a lot background story for Michael and all of his backstory somehow manages to ruin his character. He was far more scarier when we knew nothing about him and he was just killing people for no apparent reason. Now we get this ridiculous backstory that he's actually just a henchman for this cult of the Thorn. Now, there are 2 different versions of the movie. The Producer's Cut and the Theatrical cut. I've only seen the theatrical cut, but having heard what happens in the producer's cut, I'm glad I went with this one. The Producer's cut has this amazingly illogical ending, while the theatrical cut also does something like that, but it's much less frustrating to watch. In the ending, after Ant-Man (Paul Rudd's in the movie, btw, he's very bad in it) finishes off Michael with a steel pipe (what a way to go, huh?) and leaves the place, we see Michael's mask lying on the floor, next to it an empty syringe and we hear Dr. Loomis' maniacal scream. I have literally no idea what the hell happened, but I didn't like it. All in all, this movie has too much in it, and it feels so rushed and incoherent that it's barely enjoyable. Wouldn't recommend, unless you want to watch all of the movies in this franchise.
Marj D (br) wrote: This is one of my all-time favourites and I've been cherishing my old VHS copy for years. I was ecstatic to find it had been finally released on DVD and eagerly purchased my copy. The only extra is a commentary by the producer and director but I'm a big enough nerd to be happy with that. The film is lovely, perfect for a rainy Sunday afternoon or if you're feeling a bit down. It will make you want to run off to Italy though. Sigh.
Chris B (us) wrote: Love this movie...10 handkerchiefs for sure.
Charlie D (jp) wrote: Good till the en, not that gory, not that scary but it was kinda what I expected
Anthony C (nl) wrote: Although not always hilarious, Dodgeball's extreme farce makes for consistently entertaining watching.
Adam R (nl) wrote: An original comedy with a good cast of young stars. It pokes fun at some Christian stereotypes, but it ultimately means well. (First viewing - 8/15/2008)