El Cid: The Legend

El Cid: The Legend

Rodrigo's life as a child was a noble and happy one, he entered school at a young age. Often he went on adventures with his best friend Sancho and often visited his beloved one Jimena, the daughter of the count of Gormaz. His happiness did not last forever, after the death of the King Fernando, Rodrigo is seen wrapped in a world of plots and conspiracies that to will put an end to the life of Sancho and the consequent coronation of the infant Alfonso. All of a sudden, Rodrigo loses all that that he has acquired, his best friend and the love of its beloved one, and is unjustly exiled to Castile without honor!

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Tim C (ag) wrote: This is really much better than most of the indy horror crap out there. The acting was really good. I was surprised that this was more serious than humorous, given the title, but it actually has some really strong themes and ideas presented. There are some laughs sprinkled throughout, but I don't think I'd call it a comedy. It could have benefited from being about thirty minutes shorter, and some of the gore made me feel a bit sick to my stomach (although that might just be me trying to get sick... both of my roommates are under the weather and I usually have a high gore tolerance) but all in all I have to give it props.

Gabriel H (gb) wrote: A hard-hitting documentary which accurately portrays the Tibetan situation in a punchy and informative way.Plus it has snow lions in the title so it must be good.

Doctor S (it) wrote: Beautifully told ode to innocence and childlike imagination, and how Scottish playwright James Barrie was inspired by a widow's family of four sons into creating the enduring classic 'Peter Pan'. Chameleon Johnny Depp gives one of his finest performances and achieves what all too few biopics manage, to provide insight into the subject's viewpoint. He believed the theater was meant as a joyful escape, but the rise of the importance of the theater critic in the London press stifled that avenue of creativity. Fun to see him play an alternate pirate version to Jack Sparrow during an afternoon of make-believe with the sons, and seeing Dustin Hoffman, who played Captain Hook in Spielberg's production, as Barrie's financier. Reassuring to see someone still makes this kind of movie with warmth and affection for its characters, at least they did 10 years ago.

Ricky M (kr) wrote: C- Idiotic, nut somewhat of a guilty pleasure.....

Erik G (it) wrote: Somewhat dated, but lots of fun in its irreverent 60s-ness. Putney Swope (body by Arnold Johnson, black Dalek voice by Robert Downey) is a great character, a human buzzsaw who is taking on everything existing. High points: Antonio Fargas and his response to the flasher, Swope dressing up as Castro, his interview in the car ("What do you think of the Panthers?"), all the ads, and the explanation of beer. Strange movie connection courtesy of the IMDB: the same actress who plays Swope's maid was the lead in Andrezj Wajda's Everything For Sale earlier that year.

Duncan K (mx) wrote: Is this a movie or a magazine!?

Michael K (kr) wrote: Really enjoyed this not sure why it has such poor reviews.