Beyond Sherwood Forest

Beyond Sherwood Forest

King Richard is away fighting the Crusade, his brother Prince John has been left in charge. In order to further international diplomatic relations with Norway, the beautiful young Maid Marian is to be married off to a prince. A cursed girl who can change into a ferocious dragon is used to find and pacify Robin Hood.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:friar,   robin hood,  

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Beyond Sherwood Forest torrent reviews

daniyal s (nl) wrote: one of the awesome movie i have seen and its the worth watching and waiting for the booking of this movie after 20 day of its release its still going houseful and its had to get tickets for this move all across pakistan

Damien F (de) wrote: Worst movie of the year

Hassan R (jp) wrote: What a time waste, in the age of the DC and Marvel Universe we get this crap. Un-surprisingly almost all the critics in India give this more than 3.5 in rating (average) what a sham seriously. First of all a very complicated story, secondly it is like a copy of five to six Hollywood movies I can think of. First of all the background score at time was copied from pirates of the Caribbean film series, secondly the not able to keep the job was taken from Sam Raimi's Spiderman series, thirdly the one of the action sequences was taken from Transformers 3 series. I did not hate Krrish this much but man I hate this movie. A good film series completely ruined. I am a person who loves super-hero movies but this is just a waste of time and thank GOD I did not see this in the theatres otherwise it would had been a bigger waste of money.

Christopher A (mx) wrote: Entertaining, but predictable. A little over the top. Worth the dollar to rent, but not one to put on the shelf.

Michael C (it) wrote: Really enjoyed this film, good story and Mariah did great job.

James S (fr) wrote: This movie follows the style of the previous qatsi movies, but adds a bit of modern special technique flair. The sound track is good and the photography is excellent. It moves almost as well as the Koyanisqatsi and definitely shows more pace and interest than Powaqqatsi. Enjoyable...with a bit of thought provoking scenery to boot.

Smart Sassy Blonde (us) wrote: I loved this...northeastern accents, the whole bit...hilarious!

Kevin E (kr) wrote: bad, predictable, yet charming and amusing in its own way. The devil dog, while poor special effects, is suprisingly amusing and a lil eerie in its own way. A fun but pointless b-movie. If you're looking for a classic try The Exorcist or The Omen

Apostolos M (de) wrote: This TV mini series is the last book in the trilogy of Larry McMurtry. The series follows the latest adventure of Texas ranger Woodrow Call (played by James Garner).

Lynn G (it) wrote: Flat out awful movie.

Mitchell B (jp) wrote: Really funny and well written

N M (fr) wrote: Surprisingly funny, beautifully acted. Very entertaining and comical, considering the subject matter. Aaron Paul delivers his best performance on the big screen. Samantha Morton proves herself worthy of another nomination.Very good film.

Skyler C (au) wrote: Most everyone I know likes some salty with their sweet. Peanuts with M&Ms, chips with cookies, popcorn with candy? whatever it is, these opposite combinations create a unique and satisfying, but at the same time, rather addictive taste in your mouth, leaving you reaching for more. In the same way, a good movie can leaving you satisfied, yet wanting more. ?The Way Back? is a tale of determination and the struggle to regain the things you most hold dear. Following the story of several Siberian gulag prisoners attempting to escape from the strong grip of communism, ?The Way Back? provides a moving illustration of the difficulty involved in walking over 4,000 miles of some of earth?s harshest terrains in hopes of regaining freedom. Freedom from more than the grasp of communism, however. Freedom from past mistakes, shame and guilt. Freedom from hatred and lies, misunderstandings and accusations. Even freedom from this earthly life.The leadership of Janusz, a young Polish prisoner falsely accused of espionage, was critical to the success of their mission. Without his guidance none of the prisoners would have survived. Janusz?s wife had been tortured and forced into providing false witness to his alleged illegal actions. Janusz, rather than holding a grudge, strives each day to walk closer and closer to a time and a place where he can be reunited with his wife. Throughout the film, he continually motivates and encourages his companions to complete their arduous journey. The location and scenery for this film is breathtaking. From the harsh conditions of snow covered mountains, to the unforgiving, unrelenting desert, it draws you into the movie itself making you feel, by the end of the movie, as if you have also completed a strenuous journey alongside the characters you have grown so attached to. While some movie watchers would rather steer clear of this feeling of artificial fatigue, I believe it allows the viewer to grasp a bit of a sense of what it may have been like. It provides a feeling of accomplishment and celebration when the characters succeed in an endeavor and a mutual desire for survival as they struggle to live through this ordeal. The ability to feel that deeply for a character or a group of characters is, in my opinion, a rather moving experience. ?The Way Back? satisfies the audience?s cravings for salty and sweet by the way it combines suffering with joy, hardship with pleasure and despair with hope. And while this movie may not be your typical Friday night choice of guilty pleasure, I, for one, will be finding my ?way back? to the couch ready for another adventure with my favorite escapees.