Helen of Troy

Helen of Troy

Prince Paris of Troy, shipwrecked on a mission to the king of Sparta, meets and falls for Queen Helen before he knows who she is. Rudely received by the royal Greeks, he must flee...but fate and their mutual passions lead him to take Helen along. This gives the Greeks just the excuse they need for much-desired war.

The Iliad's story of the Trojan war, told from the Trojan viewpoint. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Helen of Troy torrent reviews

Whitney B (ru) wrote: All the good movies get shitty reviews. If you like James Franco, then you will love this movie.

Brandon R (fr) wrote: When you are still quoting lines from a movie three years after it came out it says something about funny and great it was. This was a hilarious comedy that will never be repeated in terms of greatness in a comedy.

James R (it) wrote: Pixar just keep getting better and better - this one is absolute magic! Its based around the tempestuous relationship between a magician and his rabbit and it continually escalates the slapstic around a very clever premise - like Tom and Jerry wth just a hint of theoretical physics thrown into the mix. A superb short, executed brilliantly.

Sara B (de) wrote: Surprisingly good. Almost turned it off and gave up half way through, but glad I stuck it out to the end. First movie EVER where I actually liked Randy Quaid. A semi-serious role for Jay Baruchel. Interesting script/story idea with the majority of the film being done in a car.

Facebook U (it) wrote: One of the best, ever.

Larry R B (us) wrote: The was a let down!!!

Dusty L (br) wrote: Yes, it looks great and the voice acting was great for it's time. However, the plot falls flat on its face with all the holes in it and all the other characters besides the main character D have very little to no personality or progression. Over all, it's just mind numbing.

James H (kr) wrote: I'd very much like to watch this. Charles "Lucky" Luciano is a fascinating character in Cosa Nostra history.

John W (ag) wrote: A typically smart, lively pairing of legendary screen couple Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn. The combination of Tracy's gruff, working-class demeanor and Hepburn's ladylike, patrician bearing provides 'Pat and Mike' with its best comic moments. Keep an eye out for a young Charles Bronson.