The Valdemar Legacy II: The Forbidden Shadow

The Valdemar Legacy II: The Forbidden Shadow

Second part of the Valdemar saga. Ana and Eduardo are sent to assist in the investigation of the disappearance of Luisa. In the middle of the road they find Luisa escaping. At the end the three are kidnapped. A gruesome fate awaits.

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Jacob M (de) wrote: "Superman vs. The Elite" is a great little animated movie about the clash between the idealism of the past and the gritty reality of the Post-Modern world with Superman's refusal to kill unnecessarily being put to the test by the Elites, a group who believe might makes right and that killing evil is the only way to stop it. This is a movie that is very relevant to today and shows that, as Superman says, "Dreams save us" even, or perhaps especially, in the chaotic times we are living in now.

Paul B (es) wrote: The worst movie I have ever seen

angel m (gb) wrote: DUMB dumb DUMB the star I had to give this is not happy :( This is a perfect example of movie ABUSE.. That dvd has to carry those images on it forever YES it is THAT BAD !!! If I Died And Whent to hell This would be playing their ... .

Wes S (mx) wrote: It's not what you'd expect from it's title. The characters are alright, the story is compelling, but there is a certain slow dullness throughout that ends up making the film drag on.

Tom H (fr) wrote: decent enough comedy. the scenes with John Cleese was by far the funniest in this film.

Dave J (ru) wrote: Thursday, November 8, 2012 (1958) Run Silent, Run Deep WAR Based on a novel written by Edward L. Beach which centers on the after effect of the Clark Gable character as Cmdr. Richardson during WWII which after an unfortunate mishap while he was a commander of a sub losing a great percentage of his men, he then creates an obsession of the same Japanese war fleet he failed to destroy called the 'Flotilla 1' after going back to desk duty for a specific amount of time, he then requests for another go at being commander of another sub. And this time it happens to be out of by taking control over Lt. Jim Bledsoe (Burt Lancaster) place of the sub since he outranks him. After completing some successful missions, the commander then disobeys orders and orders the sub to go back to the very same area where he had failed which is to destroy the Akikaze war boat, and of course as a result of this creates some friction and hostility amongst the crew and it's Lts particularly the second in commander the Burt Lancaster character. If their is any reason to watch this, it'd be to see the acting veterans of Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster butting heads and a moderately great supporting cast, but the war situtations are unconvincing which has nothing to to with it's toy models but the way it's being set up since many torpedo scenes have been 'restricted' to shooting from the surface instead of shooting underwater, a couple of scenes of Japanese war planes shooting and dropping bombs from above without a direct hit, and a cheesy propaganda near final ending of "I rather fight to the death despite my delpleting health or my goal first before looking after my own health" kind of thing is to me pretentious and sending out the wrong message. (plot spoilers) And what's really stupid is that it was soon learned that it wasn't really the 'Akikaze' boat that sunk the Commanders sub at the begining but it was really another Japanese war submarine. Oh gee, that was surprising and unexpected. 2 out of 4

Benjamin F (de) wrote: A boring and ugly movie.

stefano l (au) wrote: Nothing more and nothing less than your usual love story. Except that you have Michelle Monaghan. Michelle Monaghan. Michelle Monaghan. Ok, one last time and I stop it: Michelle Monaghan!

Becs D (au) wrote: This film has reminders of 21 jump street, Charlie & Boots and a number of other films. It starts trying out the shock and seems a little over the top, but it soon grows into a watchable, albeit predictable, enjoyable comedy, with a few classic moments

Michael D (gb) wrote: sad, but pretty powerful message

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