Talented and cunning Prince Fabious will go along with his brother to take a daring mission to save their land by rescuing Fabious's betrothed before the kingdom is ruined. Let's follow the two prince to see what will happen . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Freddy H (ca) wrote: Shep Gordon's stories are the stuff of legend.
Robert R (de) wrote: The DVD cover said 'heartwarming and funny' don't believe a fucking word of it. This was savage, cruel, heartbreaking and sad!
Elijah F (mx) wrote: seemed like a pointless movie. some sexy ass women in it however.
Tyler (gb) wrote: A lot of good cinema from down under remains hidden in plain sight or simply drowns in the cacophony originating from that hallowed suburb of Los Angeles. It took me a lateral research on 'What we do in the Shadows' to discover this buried treasure. Sweet... Subtle... Calming cinema...
Rohit N (ru) wrote: Awesome dialog delivery by Sanjay Dutt and Mahesh Manjarekar. The story is really interesting. Loved the dialouge "Gandhi anhinsa ahinsa bol ke mar gaya, aur humne uski photo hinsa ke number one reason pe laga di.....PAISA!"
David L (ru) wrote: Signs is a polarizing experience. Its first half is absolutely magnificent with a great premise, superb cinematography and just fantastic atmosphere with many intense and creepy moments, but the second half ruined it for me as it never used that great build up to its fullest extent, leaving us with a disappointing ending with an annoying home invasion approach and a ridiculous twist.
FilmGrinder S (au) wrote: 75% "Look granny, I am a pretty girl, ok? Big and beautiful, haven't you heard? And for the record, I don't give a flying fuck or rolling rim job, what you or anyone else thinks of me. Your dismissed."-Gypsy Vale (Sara Rue) I swear I saw some slimfast in front of Ms. Rue, Jenny would be pissed, possible lawsuit. The film is a much tamer version of THE DOOM GENERATION. "I think I'm past my watward-sex-fag-hag-test-fuck phase...but thanks for the offer. It's just, been there done that."-Gypsy Sara "Earth Girl" Rue rocks.
Jody C (nl) wrote: Grazie Sandro !! sembra proprio fatto per me sto film
Hunter B (es) wrote: Though the story is a jumble and the pacing is slow, the Wolf Brigade offers some interesting visuals and violent action. Contrary to what the opening scene sets up, this is not an action movie. It is far more interested in quiet moments of contemplation and drawing parallels with the tale of Little Red Riding Hood. But, the action that is in the film is very satisfying. Even though they aren't in the film for long, the Special Unit soldiers are awesome to watch in action. If I had to try and describe the genre that Wolf Brigade best fits, I would have to say political noir. And that is where the film starts to falter. It succeeds with its dark, moody, and atmospheric visuals. The climax of the film is excellently paced and executed. The only problem is that the audience isn't exactly sure why anything is happening. There are vague traces of plot in the form of political intrigue and secrets, but that's all the audience gets. Because of that, the climax loses some of its awesomely stylistic kick. There isn't much invested to really feel the weight of what is going on. That being said, the Wolf Brigade is worth a viewing, if only for the climax.
Karkeng Y (us) wrote: a lot of science fiction about judgement day,apocalypse.Worth watching
Kirby P (br) wrote: I thought this was kind of a hoot, actually. It's not deep or anything, it's basically just a vehicle for James Garner and Bruce Willis to be the characters they do best. Oh, and it's got some beautiful cars in it!
Amy C (fr) wrote: Ah, special head-banging memories of the 80's. Nothing like it.
Brad S (de) wrote: Just watched the Director's Cut of the film, which is considered the ultimate version of the 3 versions of the film. It looked fantastic in HD and holds-up well. The film is beautifully shot, Dreyfus is excellent, and it's an engaging and entertaining film. This is a must watch, seek out the Director's Cut!
Lauren M (us) wrote: I want to make movies like this.
Alex R (es) wrote: Sniper: Special Ops could have been better titled, "Sniper Op: The Special Class". Whoever was writing/ directing this should've taken two hours out of their busy schedule to watch any other war movie made in the past 15 years. They should've saved whatever they spent on a 64 year old Steven Seagal (fact) pretending to be a sniper and invested that in consulting any veteran on some glaring inaccuracies including and other baffling military decisions such as employing civilians in combat, having anyone in the movie wear a helmet or learning to fire a gun properly in short spurts rather than just sustained automatic fire. The storyline is no better, without giving anything away the plot literally is forgotten 45 minutes into the movie and the storyline is completely changed for the last 30 minutes. The final five minutes is so baffling that you really have to watch it for yourself. Just kidding- watch something else instead. Literally, anything else. I only finished this movie because I didn't think it was fair to write such a scathing review subjecting myself to the entire thing.