This sword and sandals movie is an off-the-wall comedy adventure about three unlikely heroines, who set out to save Celtic Britain, by thwarting the Roman invasion in their own unique and outrageous style. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Offbeat sword-and-sandals comedy-adventure about three unlikely heroines (Doon Mackichan, Fiona Allen and Sally Phillips) who set out to thwart a Roman invasion and save Celtic Britain in their own unique and outrageous style.
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Nik F (kr) wrote: This is a story about expressing emotion and coming clean, hoping for apositive result but shedding the weight of the world.
Bryan G (ca) wrote: "Chrysalis" is beautifully filmed but tries a bit too hard to be clever and unpredictable. "Minority Report" meets "Lethal Weapon".
Brett L (mx) wrote: Much better then Ulli's other movies but it was still awful. Still was slightly interesting even though it was inaccurate.
Jorel D (ca) wrote: From the view point of Hollywood... "great and fabulous if Mormons break the rules" from a church member point of view... not so pleased with with the exposure of broken rules a missionary should not do. However, the direction is not too shabby, but the flaw is that it seems to be almost 3 movies in one and unable to connect...and the ending while the intension is present with giving message I feel lacked idea on how to end.
Melissa U (br) wrote: Secret Files...The Fun Movit ahaha
Judge L (au) wrote: An alright movie. Now I know why I never got around to seeing it in the theaters. Worth a watch if the subject matter interests you.
Sam B (ca) wrote: Absolute perfection. A masterclass in storytelling, and suspense. Director and cast combine to paint an intriguing picture skillfully encapsulating all the intricate details of small-town, high drama. Blows Part 1 out of the water.
Alfie P (de) wrote: Missing in Action 2 : The Beginning 1985. I would argue this one is slightly better than the first due to the entirety of the film being set in the Vietnam jungle and a solid villain. Think this is the first time they use Norris sporting a tash and dropping the beard to portray his younger self which is then used in every film that depicts a younger Norris in a flash back.
Ronald S (jp) wrote: Quite an enjoyable curiosity boasting some prehistoric light effects from the Hammer house of horror. I was strongly reminded of some dark evil version of Pygmalion.
Brody M (it) wrote: 1st time Ive ever seen Hugh Beaumont outside of something other then Leave It To Beaver
David J (kr) wrote: It was sappily touching in that teenage-appeal kind of way, but the acting was admittedly wooden, and the bad script doesn't give the attractive leads anything to work with. Alternately sappy and stupid.
Paul D (de) wrote: A capable bit of throwaway action from two ageing stars.
Marcus W (au) wrote: I deserve a medal for sitting through these.
Carlos M (br) wrote: A decent yet unmemorable biopic that has Michelle Williams doing a good job even though she doesn't resemble the real Marilyn at all (not even her tone of voice) - not to mention, of course, that this is a role that should be played by an actress with a greater sex appeal.