Set in the 1930s Arab states at the dawn of the oil boom, the story centers on a young Arab prince torn between allegiance to his conservative father and modern, liberal father-in-law. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Day of the Falcon
Set in the 1930s Arab states at the dawn of the oil boom, the story centers on a young Arab prince torn between allegiance to his conservative father and modern, liberal father-in-law.
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McKenie F (mx) wrote: Two hours of cyborgs, walleyed 80s boobs, ridiculous gunfights and absolutely everything exploding. What "Cyborg" should have been, even in the absence of JCVD.
Suanne W (fr) wrote: This is not the correct image for this film. I just saw the movie with Peter Falk and really enjoyed it!
John P (ag) wrote: Having just watched Hobgoblins, I now have a new entry for my most hated movies. It?s an unbelievably pathetic rip-off of Gremlins which combines the worst parts of a horny teenager movie and a dead teenager movie. It was made for no other reason than the (futile) hope of making a quick buck by director/producer Rick Sloan, who obviously never met a teenager or saw a movie before making this one. The ?hero? of this picture is Kevin, the new assistant security guard at a near abandoned movie studio. He?s joined in this worthless enterprise by his girlfriend Amy, a frigid nag, her friend Daphne, a vapor brained nympho, and Daphne?s boyfriend Tony (at least I think that?s his name) who belongs to an unspecified branch of the military and who or may not be related to the guys on Jersey Shore. Plus there?s Kyle, who?s only attributes are a vague resemblance to Carl Wilson and a tendency to call naughty 1-900 numbers at the least sensible times, and an elderly security guard who is absent for most of the movie. The titular hobgoblins are small, toothy, extremely ugly aliens who make all your wildest dreams come true, right up until the point where they kill you. They?re unleashed onto the world and unsuspecting audiences by Kevin, who accidentally releases them from the vault where they?ve been imprisoned for the last thirty years. It seems that the old security guard has dedicated the last three decades of his life to making sure they never escaped, but somehow neglected to put a lock or even a warning sign on the outside of the vault. This is only slightly more inexplicable than the fact that despite knowing more about the creatures than anyone else in this travesty, he stays back at the lot after giving some instructions on how to catch them. So Kevin spends the rest of the movie chasing the ugly little buggers while they work their evil magic on him and his friends, granting their fantasies of being a war hero, being a stripper, actually meeting a woman, etc. Their pitiful capers take them to exotic locals such as Kevin?s house, the inside of Tony?s van, and the aptly named Club Scum, which looks oddly like a Rotary hall. The hobgoblins are eventually vanquished, although unfortunately without killing any of the people in this movie- not even the guy who was running around on fire. As you hopefully realize by this point, there?s no acting of any kind in this movie. There are also no real sets, no real plot, and no real budget. The titular critters are cheap hand puppets that mostly appear at the edge of the screen or partly obscured by furniture, the better to hide the puppeteer?s hand. In the few instances where they directly attack someone, it?s painfully obvious that the actors are just rolling around with plush toys. The fight with the octopus in Bride of the Monster was more convincing than this. At least the puppet wrestling has more plot significance than an earlier fight with gardening implements between Kevin and Tony, which takes place for no discernible reason except nagging from their girlfriends. What?s worse, Hobgoblins constantly tries to be sexy, or at least dirty, but has no idea how. The characters talk about getting it on with such earnestness and regularity that we can be certain whoever wrote their lines has never been past first base. Fifth graders know more innuendos and euphemisms than these bozos. And when Kyle dials up the local phone madam, her spiel comes off not so much erotic as schizoid. She used few complete sentences, and kept changing the pitch and volume of her voice, but apparently her routine has something to do with a mass breakout at the zoo. Nor does Club Scum offer anything remotely sexy. The lights are too dim to see anything clearly, most of the girls look like they crawled out of a gutter, and Amy?s ?striptease? looks more like a spastic cheerleading routine, and shows amazingly little skin. It?s telling that none of the items of clothing thrown into the sparse audience have any resemblance to the ones she was wearing. Halfway through her act, I began to wonder why place called Club Scum would have no stripper pole, but dropped this line of inquiry to ponder why a bouncer would hurl someone into the club while yelling at them to get out. I could go on and on about how pitiful this movie is. I could spend page after page describing its utter stupidity and abysmal quality. I could fill an entire page ranting about the music alone. Bottom line, Hobgoblins is utterly worthless and there is no reason for anyone on earth to see it. A blank screen shown for the same amount of time would have been a vast improvement, and I would surely have gone mad had I not been watching the MST3K version. Even Joel, Tom, and Crow had a hard time with this one. Anyone foolish enough to watch Hobgoblins after reading this will deserve what they get. Zero stars.
Maarrk H (de) wrote: There's surprisingly few stories on Occupation France, and 'Lacombe, Lucien' portrays the difficult scenario of a young man rejected by the Resistance who then quickly joins the German Police instead. It's a worthy film, to be sure, but in comparison with some of Malle's other films (which I'm watching in rather quick succession these days; 'The Fire Within', 'Elevator to the Gallows', and 'The Lovers' in particular), 'Lacombe, Lucien' is somewhat less electric in comparison. That said, along with the others, it's most definitely a strong case for Malle as one of the more under-rated and under-appreciated directors in French Cinema. Were there a course available in his work alone, I'd be first in line to take it.
Russell H (gb) wrote: This started off well with some humor. Then when you see Godzilla, the film is ruined. It continues to be entertaining but it should have been called something else. This is not Godzilla. This is a movie about a giant asexual lizard that hatches velociraptors.
Eeliel L (mx) wrote: Un guin encantador, grandes actuaciones, personajes completos y un hermoso mensaje.Prcticamente es una verdadera joya.
Steve R (it) wrote: Another Netflix streaming special. I've seen parts of this before but never caught the entire film. It's my genre for sure, some good sword fighting and killing. Has some great scenery and locations and surprisingly strong cast of actors. The problem is the writing or this could have been a very special movie. Worth a watch still though for fans of The Dark Ages movies.James Purefoy from The Following, Paul Giamatti as King John, and the lovely Kate Mara. Game of Thrones fans will also recognize Charles Dance (Lord Tywin Lannister) and also Mackenzie Crook who plays Orell the Wildling Worg that Jon Snow killed at the end of season 3.
Peter L (nl) wrote: My Rating: 2.5/5 stars; Grade: C+; Gesture: Thumbs Sideways; Status: Mediocre or So-So (Rotten); Emoticon: :-|.
Johnny S (au) wrote: im been waiting to see this movie and finally i saw it. burt reynolds is the starring and the third time director of this film became of a cop film. burt reynolds of his role sharky of became a serious and some of he funny anyway. based on the novel by william diehl (also a cameo of this movie). brian keith (who appear with burt reynolds in 1978 "hooper") but his character name 'papa' is kinda funny, bernie casey, charles during, and richard libertini (of "popeye" and "fletch") who is the role as with sharky's crew. villian billy score (performed by henry silva but he also in "above the law" with steven seagal) and his face exactly look like chevy chase to me. so of this film is very simiar movie with "rear window" that sharky is doing in dominoe (i never heard of actress rachel ward). one of burt reynolds kick-ass actor and the good cop flick of the 1980's!