Neamul Soimarestilor

Neamul Soimarestilor

Vying for Principality of Moldavia's throne the descendants of Prince Stephen the Great start a bloody civil war in 1612.

In 1612 the Principality of Moldavia is shattered by civil war between two of Stephen the Great's descendants. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Neamul Soimarestilor torrent reviews

Facebook U (fr) wrote: The same premisse as Grand piano, where the lead is forced to do things because of death threats. Here it is a formula driver forced to race and chase in the city. The car body count is the highest ever. Preposterous story to see lots of edgy car and moto stunts.

Kyle M (au) wrote: Tweens will love the movie, while others will like its music in choreography, soundtrack, and characters like the "High School Musical" films. (B)(Full review coming soon - with better wording)

Moya W (es) wrote: I'm not a big fan of animated movies/cartoons. I tend to avoid them. Just like I've managed to avoid this one for six years despite my favourite actress doing one of the voices. According to myself there aren't that many good animated movies out there. I never feel that there's anything hooking me to the screen. It feels more like a struggle to sit through it and sadly this movie wasn't an exception. If you look at the bright side I'm glad that these types of movies are often quite short, because I wouldn't have managed to watch this movie for much longer. I didn't really feel that focused on the screen whilst watching it. I just kept wondering which actor was doing the voices to all the different characters and I couldn't really think about anything else. Some scenes felt quite well made and it didn't always feel like it was animated, but sadly it didn't really intrigue me enough.

Mirke G (jp) wrote: One of my fav movies. :3

Keenan S (ru) wrote: Well...I will say that Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs. Evil was a lot better than I was expecting, but it still wasn't very good. I've never seen the original Hoodwinked, but despite overall mixed response, it seems to have developed a small cult following, but that's not the reason I watched this. No, I was seeking a bad film and I was already aware years in advance of how poorly this sequel did.To my surprise, it was much better than I was expecting, but it's still a mediocre experience that will have one clamoring to re-watch one of the Shrek films to remind one's self of how a parody of fairy tales should be done. This one is sloppy, but it does have its moments of charm. But I neither like it, nor dislike it. I am split squarely down the middle on this one.While Red is off training with the Sisters Of The Hood, the H.E.A. is off on another mission to rescue Hansel and Gretel from a witch named Verushka. During this mission, things go badly when the witch escapes with the children and kidnaps Granny and takes her to an unknown destination.When Red receives word of what happened to Granny, she ends up teaming up with Wolf and Twitchy to find out what happened to her, rescue her, find out what the witch wants with a specially-made truffle, and also get into a series of bizarre shenanigans along the way involving fairy tale characters and kung fu film parodies.The story is a mess because it feels like a brain-dead version of Shrek mixed with an unfocused kung fu film parody. There are so many characters, so many threads, so many bizarre scenarios, and just plain stupid moments that following the plot becomes cumbersome and confusing. The humor also feels unfocused as it at times can be pretty funny, while at others just outright unfunny.When it comes to the acting, there are pretty solid actors like Patrick Warburton as Wolf, Glenn Close as Granny, and a number of other talented celebrities. But, the script lets down their characters and never gives them enough breathing room to develop as it tries to stuff them into as many wacky scenarios as it can. The acting is good, and is definitely one of the highlights of the film.As far as humor goes, this part of the film is very hit-or-miss. Sometimes I chuckled, other times I groaned because of what was happening. You've got slapstick, you've got parodies, you've got pop culture references, you've got adult jokes, and more, and all of it feels like a bizarre mix that can hit the right spot or hit a very sour and foul note. This part of the film is very frustrating because it has moments of genuine humor, but also moments of just plain terrible humor.As an adventure film, the action bits can be exciting, but they can also be boring as well. This part of the film is also a very mixed bag, much like the humor. Some stuff was exciting and a lot of fun, while other bits will have you groaning and waiting for the film to end.Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs. Evil is a frustrating film. It has moments of goodness, but also moments of utter badness. It will certainly never replace the likes of films like Shrek, and will inevitably disappoint fans of the first film with its terrible story, hit-or-miss humor, great acting, and action that can be exciting, but can also be dull. This is an animated film doomed to be forgotten by future generations, but I will say that it was better than I was expecting, but it still wasn't very good.

gary t (au) wrote: wow......ummm just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch,......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that morgan freeman, greg kinnear, radha mitchell, billy burke, selma blair, play good roles/parts throughout this movie......i think that the director of this romance/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie.......i think that greg kinnear was absolutley fantastic throughout this movie......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch.......i think that Fred Ward as Bat Gamlen, was superb throughout this movie......i think that this is such an enjoyable romantic comedy movie 2 watch......While many of the movie's scenes are set at Portland State University, the nearby campuses of Western Seminary and Reed College were the actual locations of filming. Locations at Reed include the Blue Bridge, the front lawn and Eliot Circle. Scenes in the Jitters Cafe, owned by Kinnear's character, were filmed at the Fresh Pot at the corner of N Mississippi Avenue and Shaver streets in Portland.its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really sad movie 2 watch its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its got a great cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie......its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie......i think that this is such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch its such a really powerful drama movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......

Kristin R (gb) wrote: I guess it was OK. It has me suspenseful until the end, which is more than most 'horror' films of today can do. It was an interesting idea, not brilliantly brought to life. They could have done so much more with it.

Spencer H (jp) wrote: The Descent has bland characters like almost every other horror film, but it scared the living hell out of me which is rare because I don't get scared easily.

Andy M (mx) wrote: Believable characters with decent character development and a plot that shies clear of obvious cliches, this seems to be a film about how people struggle to see or reach out for the happiness present even in their otherwise bleak situations.

Karen L (kr) wrote: Three generations of Garcia women cope with loneliness, boredom, cynicism, and the awkwardness of lust and possible romance.

Joseph G (ru) wrote: Dancing at Lughnasa is the story of a young boy growing up in a fatherless home with his unmarried mother and four spinster aunts in 1930's Ireland. But then into this comes an elderly brother, a priest too senile to perform his clerical functions, who has come home to die after a lifetime in Africa; as well, there also arrives the boy's father, riding up on a motorcycle, only to announce that he's on his way to Spain to fight against Franco. Meryl Streep stars as the oldest sister who wants to control the family. She gives another great performance in this film. This is a small film that sometimes is a bit slow but is worth seeing for the brilliant Streep and for the lovely Ireland scenery.

Oona B (gb) wrote: a wanna be version of "my so called life" but failed.

Anna N (es) wrote: Not interested. In general I don't like horror movies.

Dave S (gb) wrote: Best movie I've ever seen. I never seem to like top critically acclaimed pics, so it makes sense the 'experts' did not like this one.