Hearts and Armour

Hearts and Armour

Bradamante, a woman wearing an invincible suit of armor, is travelling the countryside at the time of the Crusades. After ending up in the middle of a web of romantic and cultural tangles, she finds herself in love with a Moor prince, while one of the Christian knights has fallen in love with a Moor princess. Others, however, are against the cross-cultural romance, and Bradamante's love is soon forced into a duel to the death. Will she ever be with her true love? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:1983
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:christian,   battle,   castle,  

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Nicole P (it) wrote: it was a really funny movie!!=D

Hassan S (us) wrote: The best movie ever made.

Kyle R (us) wrote: A surprisingly good little romance film. There are a few absolutely hilarious moments, but I wish it would have been more consistently funny throughout.

Raffy John M (de) wrote: Unexpected, riveting, entertaining without a single dull moment. It is definitely the best of Geoffrey Rush. With the unparalleled plot and great other actors such as Kate Winslet, Joaquin Phoenix and Michael Caine, which makes it inevitable. Genius is the best way to describe this film since it captured the very essence of being a mentally retarded in a asylum, depressed and is given a freedom to write to express his insanity. Fantastic and probably senseless for people to be captured of an unknown and most especially a crazy person. Human nature, that, when we read a book, aside from entertaining ourselves, gaining new knowledge, it also became a part of our soul. Interesting how detailed the plot was with how each character and consequence connects with each other. I wonder what Madeleine says in the film, that, you can't be a proper writer without a touch of madness. It is probably true but what is unacceptable and futile is writing with bias. To write against the morality of man is annoying. Overall, it is a well-acclaimed film and highly recommended...

Antonio T (ag) wrote: 4.4/5 Llena de una tensin poca veces experimentada, suspenso, y un estudio exhaustivo de la paranoia y la realidad; "Bug" se presenta como pelcula de terror pero termina siendo muchsimo ms. P.D La escena final es espectacular.

Charles P (kr) wrote: The bloated length, the slack pacing, and the lack of interest make this gritty prison drama feel like a prison sentence itself.

Simon D (de) wrote: Quite a good story and an ending which has inspired many different films. I found that there were a few holes in the story though, maybe I just misunderstood a few things. The characters, or the acting, was a little bit suspect at times though.

Ariel V (ag) wrote: The music was awesome! And loved the movie.

Jeremy C (gb) wrote: An extremely fun an interesting film about the life of Bruce Lee. The fight scenes keep you on the edge of your seats.GRADE:A+

Joey R (br) wrote: From the trailers, this movie looked destined to fail. Robert deNiro as a gay pirate sounded like the dumbest idea ever, yet somehow the film managed to pull off a miracle. It was actually good. The plot was engaging and each actor/actress acted their role well with no one being miscast, even deNiro. I have to say Matthew Vaughn has really been in top form with his last 4 movies and I hope he continues the trend.