Hercules

Hercules – 2014 – Movie – Action|Adventure – 1080p Bluray

Having endured his legendary twelve labors, Hercules, the Greek demigod, has his life as a sword-for-hire tested when the King of Thrace and his daughter seek his aid in defeating a tyrannical warlord.

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Posted on October 25, 2014, in Movies and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I really liked this movie. Characters are O.K, storyline is old-fashioned and everything else is placed good.
    Characters are detailed in the way I like. Good acting (voice acting too). The Rock rocked this movie! Storyline is like the old one and a lot more. I enjoyed watching this 3D and relaxing.

  2. Just when I think modern mainstream blockbusters have definitely run their course for me, along comes a movie to prove me wrong. Blends old-school storytelling and new-school pizzazz with an assurance which Peter Jackson couldn’t quite pull off, and provides yet yet another argument why all decent, film-loving folk should gather in a public square to watch Michael Bay drawn-and-quartered or burned to a crisp on a flaming cross. Not sure I care that much for Brett Ratner’s back catalogue, but he’s certainly proved himself worthy with this one.

  3. It’s a really wonderful action movie and really get into the legend of the character. I don’t get what others they want: an epic mythological movie must be really epic action, great beasts and powerful gods. And Hercules is probably the best of this

  4. It’s a grandly staged, solidly entertaining, old-fashioned adventure movie that does something no other Hercules movie has quite done before: it cuts the mythical son of Zeus down to human size (or as human as you can get while still being played by Dwayne Johnson).

  5. Johnson is genuinely talented. He’s often the best thing in bad movies, and Ratner’s Hercules is, at the very least, pretty good.

  6. There are some rousing battle scenes, preceded by stirring addresses on the subject of going to Elysium – all cheekily borrowed from Ridley Scott’s “Gladiator.”

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