The Viking

The Viking

Based on traditional legend concerning Leif Ericson and the first Viking settlers to reach North America by sea, The Viking (1928) was the first feature-length Technicolor film that featured a soundtrack, and the first film made in Technicolor's Process 3. (from Wikipedia)

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The Viking torrent reviews

Nick B (nl) wrote: There's a few laughs to be had but it mostly did not work for me... I guess the graphics are supposed to be laughably bad. They succeeded. A silly little B-movie...

Fran P (fr) wrote: A train-wreck of a movie! I don't even know where to begin. One-dimensional characters run amok, a manipulative storyline that tries to be bold but utterly fails, and an extremely slow pacing are some of the few characteristics of this disaster. There wasn't a single second of the film when I believed that characters' motivations and ways of thinking. On the other hand, maybe this picture is too planned, too calculated to the point where it ended up as a complete mess due to its unmanageable gravity. I wish the filmmakers made the story as simple as possible and have gone to the slasher direction. With its bumbling characters and supposed shockers, one can say that it tried to be the next "The Silence of the Lambs" which serves as a character study of a serial killer. Avoid this one if you can. I'd rather gouge my eyes out than to watch this movie again.

emily c (kr) wrote: It's Barbie! Need I say more

Richard G (us) wrote: with a clever and laugh inducing name like this, I want to give this three legs up, but... no dice. I.E the dog in the original movie lost his legs so, thus, the joke was added.

Manch F (kr) wrote: Fun film to watch with some decent world building and character introduction. Also I did NOT hate Jar Jar. It was mostly about Palpatine's rise to power so the complexity of the plot will be lost on someone who is just looking for a simple adventure story.

Adam E (au) wrote: Great action flick with Segal on top form.a nice cerebral villain works and his hired help are pretty awesome to.shame Segal gets stuck with a really annoying side kick who manges to survive till the end.not as good as the original but man that is a hard film to top!

Takabe Y (ag) wrote: Featuring one of the coolest, most unpredictable 'breaking the 4th wall' moment ever filmed.

Ashleigh S (nl) wrote: Ann-Margret's debut. A beautiful film. Watch it with your mom and bring the kleenex!!

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Sean L (nl) wrote: Rowan Atkinson's curtain call as Mr. Bean seems like it should've happened ten years ago. There's nothing fundamentally wrong with this movie, really, but it does often feel empty and spacious, like we're all just going through the motions one last time. There's a requisite number of repackaged old skits from the character's long history, interspersed within a lightly curvy, family-friendly plot. Bean's awkward natural charisma is still in attendance, despite his curmudgeonly exterior, and he plays well alongside his two costars: a nearly-mute foreign boy and a stunning French beauty. The language barrier plays well into both relationships, as many of the masthead characters' best adventures play like a silent film. It's fine, I guess, and it certainly entertained my two young boys (we've watched it dozens of times since it went up for streaming on Netflix) but there's nothing remotely essential in here and I doubt I'll remember any of it in a few weeks' time.