Hawk the Slayer

Hawk the Slayer

Hawk the Slayer, after seeing both his father and bride die at the hands of his malevolent brother, Voltan, sets out for revenge and the chance to live up to his title. Tooling himself up with the "mind-sword" and recruiting a motley band of warriors: a giant, a dwarf, a one-armed man with a machine-crossbow and an elf with the fastest bow in the land; Hawk leads the battle against Voltan to free the land from the forces of evil and avenge his loved ones.

With the aid of his companions, a man seeks to defeat his evil brother who has taken a nun hostage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rastaman J (br) wrote: Yep, only kids would like this! Did not find it that funny!..

RJohn X (ru) wrote: I am convinced now that the fact that all these cannibal movies share pivotal scenes with each other is an elaborate meta-narrative device. Are all these stories happening at the same time, folded neatly around each other? The only scene where the cannibals attack and rape and eat the young girl by the river is lifted directly from EMMAUEL AND THE CANNIBALS and EATEN ALIVE both with reference each other AND the MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD...A lot of animals were harmed in making this, ultimately, very sweet love story.

Pauline B (br) wrote: This film is so complex but moving from the get go. One could not possibly follow all the lives, or the impact on those lives, through these two young men journey. In this story I saw these two young men, who possibly could have had the world by the tail. Jobs and lives that they had potential to build, to be anything they wanted. They had talent and ability. One walked away from the money,lights and fame to pursue something deeper. The other in search of why? thinking he knew, but learning there was something deeper. Rocky had a rough start to his life and searched to make a difference instead of sitting around complaining or crying about it. He found a way that he nor his friends and family did not expect. Rocky seems to be reconciled to his past with his parents etc much is due to his strong faith.. In a world especially now in this generation of " I want" "I deserve" here we have two talented, dedicated young men, that took the time to share their two separate journeys. Because of the love for both one for the other, they found a way to bring the story to us, to share it with us. Many many people who loved these men, and helped make this film and get it finished is part of the story many don't understand. It is part of the story, its part of the journey. The most wonderful thing is the children will get to benefit, and have benefited already, and will be helped through the telling of the story the way they lived it. This film changed my HEART. It gave me respect and admiration for "film makers" who take on the task of showing us raw brilliant footage, that will not make them rich. It gave me Respect, and Admiration for those who dedicate their lives to feeding the emotional, physical and spiritual needs of those in places here and abroad, who cant meets those needs themselves such as these sweet wonderful children.They needed someone to show them, make them believe. "They were always Beautiful"

c0up (au) wrote: 'Happy, Happy'. The relationships, and the twists and turns they took got a little too far fetched for me, but loved the awkward, and unnecessarily racist humour.I wonder how all the jokes in the scenes involving kids would go down in The States :O

James C (es) wrote: When a female prison opens on the site where brutal murderer, Shadow was executed 20 years earlier, the inmates and warders soon discover that evil never rests.This is an odd little low budget horror movie. It starts off as an homage to the grindhouse women in prison movies from the 70's (with all the shower scenes that you would expect), and then the next thing you know,you have kung-fu, an evil doctor, visions, zombies and a mutant baby. The storyline is a bit formulaic, and with all the that I have mentioned previously going on, does become muddled the deeper you get into the movie. Genre God Tony Todd plays the villain in the over-the-top, snarling way that only he can, and the rest of the cast of unknowns all ham their roles. This is by no means one of the best horror movies that I have seen, but it is a fun 90 minutes, and if you are looking for a no-brainer, you could do a lot worse.

Neal J (au) wrote: The opening of As Good As It Gets introduces us to Melvin Udall, a popular and successful romance writer who just so happens to have OCD, and he's about to throw his gay neighbors dog down a trash chute. Later we see him re-enter his apartment only to lock and unlock his door three times, and turn the bathroom light on and off three times before throwing a perfectly good pair of leather gloves away. His apartment is well organized, even his candy dishes are color coated and originizied by volume. Melvin is not a nice man. His OCD prevents him from using a filter when talking to stranger or people in general, and he sure can't walk on cracks! Eventually Mevlins neighbor, Simon(a superb Greg Kinnear), is robbed and left beatin and unable to take care of his dog and Melvin is forced into babysitting by Simons art dealer/business manager played Cuba Gooding Jr. The dog is a cute little fur ball that melts Melvins icing heart and gives the audience a glimpse at melvins true character. The real heart of the film however is Helen Hunt. A single mother and waitress in Manhattan who lives with her mother and ill son. Melvin has breakfast a lot at her restaurant, and always at the same time and same section. And obliviously, it's Helens section. From there the film delevops into a romantic comedy. Jack Nicholson who plays Melvin won his third Academy Award and Helen Hunt won her only for best actress. Although I contend a perfect rating for this film, I still vote Titanic best picture of 1997. What makes As good as it Gets so damn good is not just the acting or writing, but James L. Brooks direction. Every now and then a director writes or is given a script that fits what they do so well. Think ET or Raiders of the Lost Ark for Spielberg, or the Departed for Scorsese and you get the idea. Watching this film makes you think it was an effortless project, because it flows so naturely. While Terms of Endearment might be James L.Brooks masterpiece, As Good As It Gets is his swan song.

Simon D (gb) wrote: Boyz in the Hood done French style. It's in Paris, it's multi-racial, and it's in black n white. I think it is supposed to be a black comedy but I'm not sure as the social commentary is too strong to make fun of, but maybe not. It is very well directed and performed and it's clearly a very well respected piece of work which you should see if you get the chance.

Hannah L (us) wrote: Betcha didn't know Mickey Rourke did the soundtrack & Tupac was in MENSA.

Stuart K (it) wrote: John Houston, an island, Deborah Kerr (Oscar nominated), Robert Mitchum and a bottle of sake.

Jose Luis M (au) wrote: Fue toda una sorpresa que estlizadas las tomas finales.

Brian H (it) wrote: One of Emmerich's best.