Hercules and Xena - The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus
Mighty Zeus brings Hercules' mother, Alcmene, to Mount Olympus, and Hercules, believing she has been kidnapped, leads a rescue mission to save her. Zeus' jealous wife, Hera, decides that it should now be her time to rule the universe. Hera steals the Chronos Stone, source of the God's power, and unleashes the four Titans from their eons of imprisonment. With these angry behemoths on the loose, only the combined forces of Hercules and Xena, together with their trusty sidekicks Iolaus and Gabrielle, can save Mount Olympus.
- Stars:Kevin Sorbo, Lucy Lawless, Michael Hurst, Renée O'Connor, Kevin Smith, Alexandra Tydings, Josephine Davison, Joy Watson, Peter Rowley, David Mackie, Alison Wall, Ted Raimi,
- Director:Lynne Naylor,
- Writer:John Loy (screenplay)
Hercules and Xena join forces to save the Gods of Olympus from the all-powerful Titans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hercules and Xena - The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus torrent reviews
(es) wrote: It's horrible and total waste of time, strictly meant for fans of Stuart Ashen. Well it's a made for Youtube movie and one can see it for free but not worth spending an hour and half of your life on.
(us) wrote: Dark and wonderfully funny. Great 1st time directing job. Hope Mr. Bateman directs again - soon.
(au) wrote: VERY strange, but creative movie.
(ag) wrote: Overall fun movie. Owen can do better but still pretty good in this one.
(mx) wrote: A brilliant story of youths and ends up with a realistic ending.
(mx) wrote: It A Funny Movie And Nice Must See Love It :)
(kr) wrote: Wow, what an amazing masterpiece and experience!! It was extremely intense, engaging, sad, and emotional!! It will keep you shaking your seat from beginning to end!! There were many emotional and sad parts that could make you cry or your eyes watery!! It had a great screenplay!! Denzel Washington gave a magnificent performance!! You feel for his character so much!! He proves why he is one of the greatest actors of all-time!! If you like emotional and sad movies, than check this out, and if you don't, than don't bother!! This is absolutely a must-see!!
(nl) wrote: Fantastic, approaches a number of philosophical topics with grace and clarity. May be my favorite Linklater film.
(us) wrote: [45/D+] A great deal of talent is wasted in this talky, amateurishly plotted neo-noir crime thriller. The film at times almost creates a modicum of suspense, almost, but the script is so monumentally under-developed it becomes harder and harder to take the proceedings seriously as the drama limps along, dull scene by dull scene. And, wow, what a really bad ending, so poorly constructed it boggles the mind. Too bad, great cast.
(jp) wrote: Tells the story well with its own take on the fable. Despite the poor effects for its year of production, the acting and plotline makes up for any other inadequacies. This is more of the kind of acting you would see on a stage where everything is exaggerated and reading between the line is simple enough, but it is done well.
(mx) wrote: "Days of Thunder" is an attempt to retheme "Top Gun" into a movie about car racing. The young hothead that doesn't follow the rules, the mentor that tries to get him in line, the female authority figure that becomes a love interest, the rival that becomes a friend - it's all there. Unfortunately, none of these plot points are done as well as they are in "Top Gun." The movie's full-throttle race sequences are entertaining because of imaginative cinematography and clever editing, but the story is all over the place. Between a crew chief seeking redemption, a driver learning to race, and a weak love story that feels out of place, it is difficult to identify the film's identity. "Top Gun's" love story is iconic and relevant to the story but "Days of Thunder" would have been better if the love story was completely omitted. It is used more as a comic device than as a key factor in the transformation of the main character. On top of that, there is way too much unnecessary swearing for an action movie about NASCAR. If you removed the 90% of profanity that has no bearing on the plot and a suggestive love scene, this film could carry a PG-rating, making it ideal for families (these cars are so cool for young boys) but edgy enough to satisfy adults and critics. The acting is a bit of an anomaly. The performances of Robert Duvall, Michael Rooker, and Tom Cruise (in his racecar driver capacity) are all well done. But once Cruise's character dons his romantic side and pairs up with Nicole Kidman, both actors suddenly lose their charm. The love story is so inconsequential that it makes the characters unlikable. The real story is between the driver and his mentor. "Days of Thunder" is not the most original film nor is it the most interesting. If you watch this film, be prepared for stereotypes alternated with breathtaking race sequences.