Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
A prequel to the first two Underworld films, this fantasy explains the origins of the feud between the Vampires and the Lycans. Aided by his secret love, Sonja, courageous Lucian leads the Lycans in battle against brutal Vampire king Viktor. Determined to break the king's enslavement of his people, Lucian faces off against the Death Dealer army in a bid for Lycan independence.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Thriller
- Stars:Kate Beckinsale, Rhona Mitra, Bill Nighy, Michael Sheen,
- Country:USA, New Zealand
- Director:Patrick Tatopoulos,
- Writer:Danny McBride (screenplay), Dirk Blackman (screenplay), Howard McCain (screenplay), Len Wiseman (story), Robert Orr (story), Danny McBride (story), Ke
The prequel story traces the origins of the centuries-old blood feud between the aristocratic vampires and their onetime slaves, the Lycans. In the Dark Ages, a young Lycan named Lucian emerges as a powerful leader who rallies the werewolves to rise up against Viktor, the cruel vampire king who has enslaved them. Lucian is joined by his secret lover, Sonja, in his battle against the Vampire army and his struggle for Lycan freedom. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: In some ways, it is more ambitious than previous films. The scale is grand as usual, and the effects are are all there, and having two different versions of the same film is something very fitting for Pokemon, of all franchises, to do. Even so, the story is so weak that even fans will be frustrated. There is no villain in this story, and the only thing being fought against is an inexplicable "Dragon Force" - no, not the band. Dragon Force in this movie is defined as "a plot device that does what it does to keep the story moving."
(es) wrote: My grandmother loves Harry Belafonte and now I know why. He is an amazing man with sturdy beliefs.
(de) wrote: Saw the original film and I am interested to see if this one is as big as a blow
(ru) wrote: Beautiful scenery, matched with even more beautiful music that pours through you like a warm beam of light. Sigur Ros projects their passion in every note, their skill echoes through the snowy hills welcoming you to come along for the tour. Music you can feel in your bones.
(it) wrote: Some excellent performances and interesting subject matter.
(br) wrote: A nice Czech movie about a man getting old... but not in the spirit. Funny without being superficial
(ru) wrote: Movie was great, it was full of action and has some awesone special effects!
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(br) wrote: Great movie to watch. Decent movie to watch.
(au) wrote: Edward James Olmos is great and the movie is just one of my favorite
(de) wrote: Rather wild mix of genres and fun in many ways -- though I am not a fan of Griffith.
(jp) wrote: The way Jagged Edge opens, showing a heinous murder gives a lot of promise to the film because it's shot in a visually expressive way, very reminiscent of De Palma. Unfortunately what follows is a solid thriller, that never really pushes hard enough on it's emotional themes to become anything beyond just this imitation of a better film. It's primarily a court-room drama where Teddy Barnes (Glenn Close) is called on to be the defendant of Jack Forrester (Jeff Bridges), a rich man who has been accused of murdering his wife. The film gives us a lot of insight into Teddy's character through the past but I think where the film really fails is in it's coverage of the relationship that forms between Jack and Teddy. I think the film needed to really spend more time on the passion which exists between these two individuals, and Teddy's inability to resist her primal desires, even though everything about her character suggests she is well put together. It just needed to be explored on a deeper level which could have made the ending even better. The one thing that Jagged Edge does do quite well is never showing it's hand pertaining to Jack Forrester's guilt or innocence. Throughout the film I definitely found myself flip-flopping on whether he was actually the cold, calculating psychopath which the prosecutor lead me to believe or just a falsely accused man. All the actors do a good job and I particularly enjoyed Peter Coyote's performance as this hard-nosed prosecutor whose harsh demeanor coupled with his constant cigar smoking, made him rather memorable for me. All in all it's a decent thriller that has some great moments but I guess I was just hoping for more...
(nl) wrote: Well, if it weren't for Modest Mouse's excellent song with the same title, I would never have watched this unique and gripping film. It's a gem of a film that I think has been overlooked through most of its existence. It's beautifully shot, emotionally powerful, and masterfully told through great performances. What the film really nails, though, is the atmosphere, which cries of claustrophobic, desperate isolation.
(mx) wrote: Always loved Will Smith and so I Loved this movie it era a awesome story and was very intertaining with the action seens
(nl) wrote: This was a really cute movie. The kids enjoyed watching it too. I had never heard of this movie until today. It really showed you the purpose of what is important in life in all sizes of importance. Some have it all but really in the end what do they really have? And then there are those that give their all and themselves in so many ways, have no status and have truly so much I the end.