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5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of fight scenes!
Really enjoyed this film, it was a great mix of plot and action with lots of fight scenes, dialogue and fab Ancient Greek setting. Another solid production from Asylum.
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2.0 out of 5 stars WILL THE REAL HERCULES PLEASE STAND UP
The film was stunning. I mean I felt stunned at the end of the film. I had this "what did I just watch" feeling and didn't know if I should have enjoyed it more, after all it was Asylum.

It seems the city-state of Enos has gold but is falling apart. Arius (Christian Oliver) has just been made captain of the army and is also engaged to Princess Theodora...
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2.0 out of 5 stars WILL THE REAL HERCULES PLEASE STAND UP, 13 July 2014
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This review is from: Hercules: Reborn [DVD] (DVD)
The film was stunning. I mean I felt stunned at the end of the film. I had this "what did I just watch" feeling and didn't know if I should have enjoyed it more, after all it was Asylum.

It seems the city-state of Enos has gold but is falling apart. Arius (Christian Oliver) has just been made captain of the army and is also engaged to Princess Theodora (Christina Ulfsparre). General Nikos (Dylan Vox) of a rival city state decides to lead an army against Enos and capture it. Routed, Arius and his companions flee to the city of Sagev in hopes of finding Hercules to aid them...providing he is not just a legend. They aren't sure. Their search for Hercules (John Hennigan) turns up a crude drunkard who burps, pukes, drinks, and urinates constantly throughout the film. Seems Hercules has issues the demi-god has trouble handling.

There was no "what was that lion thing" in this film as there was in the blockbuster, but it wouldn't have hurt. The characters in the film had various English accents from various periods. One character Tymek had his named pronounced "Timex" and another time "Panic." I kept wondering who these people were. Some of the fighting at the end was comical, people moving around not knowing what to do. There was a funny scene when our gang enters a bar asking for Hercules. The movie was filmed in Morocco which made ancient Greece look a desert.

Not recommended for serious viewers, and I am not too sure about Asylum viewers.

Parental Guide: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Implied sex and rape.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lots of fight scenes!, 6 Aug 2014
This review is from: Hercules: Reborn [DVD] (DVD)
Really enjoyed this film, it was a great mix of plot and action with lots of fight scenes, dialogue and fab Ancient Greek setting. Another solid production from Asylum.
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3.0 out of 5 stars bad acting poor sets in fact crap, 2 Aug 2014
This review is from: Hercules: Reborn [DVD] (DVD)
not what you expected ,bad acting poor sets in fact crap
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