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Hercules / Hercules II [DVD] [1985] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

3.4 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00094ARU0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 95,374 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Italian cinema has a reputation for copying bigger movies from overseas and offering no originality in return, but if you see anything by Mario Bava or his son Lamberto, Dario Argento, Riccardo Freda or Luigi Cozzi, the director of Hercules and it's sequel Adventures Of Hercules, then this is clearly not the case.
Mr Cozzi, a massive sci fi fan has let his imagination run riot in both movies in this set. In the first , Hercules is put through a series of tests by Zeus which takes in the original Clash Of The Titans, Superman & Star Wars, all wrapped up with some touches of brilliance that you just don't see in major studio movies. Hercules travelling through space anyone ? In the sequel, Hercules has to search for seven thunderbolts, which have been stolen from Zeus.
These two movies are great family entertainment with a great cast including Lou Ferrigno, Sybil Danning, Claudio Cassinelli, Mirella D'Angelo from Argento's Tenebrae & the excellent Bobby Rhodes from Demons.
Truly original, harmless, naive movies you will want to see again and again.
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This is a must own for those who love movies that are so bad they're good
Get ready for some of the most awesomely bad dubbing and dialogue ever committed to celluloid!!!
Although the first film is more enjoyable than the second these two B-movie classics should not be missed
Seriously...
These films are riots :-)
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If you liked Starcrash, waste no time purchasing Hercules! Brought the screen by the same director Lewis Coates (Luigi Cozzi) Hercules features the same sort of bizarre incoherent plot lines, crude FX, and wacky dialogue that\s made Starcrash a cult favorite.
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The story of Hercules, brought to you by the Cannon, the greatest producers of cheese in the nineties, and starring Lou Ferrigno, a beefcake who is overdubbed within an inch of his life.

So you end up with a Beefy cheese Pitta bread based movie, with a side of ham.

It's really hard to be angry at a film that is as bad as Hercules. It stars Lou Ferrigno, someone who is famous for wearing green tights and being angry, rather than his acting skills.

And it's produced by Cannon, whom, unashamedly in the eighties, tried to make a quick buck by making cheaper versions of successful movies (see also, King Soloman's Mines, and Missing In Action). They were The Asylum of their time.

Don't get me wrong, I'm a Cannon group addict, they made some fantastic movies in the eighties, and each one, including this, had a charm about them, in only a way that the eighties could emulate.

The effects are mind numbingly bad, especially the part where baby Hercules gets attacked by two really stiff rubber snakes, and the scene where his arm gets frozen and burnt.

But Ferrigno, bless the big chunk o' man, he really seems to be trying hard to be a big star, and I could imagine that Golan and Globus promised him the worlds riches, just as long as he didn't see that film called Conan.

But all in all, it's ridiculous stuff, light effects that Lloyd Webber would be proud of, and some atrocious acting from the likes of the extras, who look like they are taking a lunch break from a desk job.

And then there's the sequel.
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These versions of the mythical hero are very different from the old Steve Reeves movies. Why because some one has updated them! Why? Propably to cash in on the success of STAR WARS and Conan, but this didn't really spoil the fun. They butcher classical mythology (Kevin Sorbo is a worse offender) to make a "modern telling of the tale" such as Herc's arrival from space. But for some reason this film fun me over. I enjoyed the first one the best.
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Lou Ferrigno was The Hulk on tv, and he was GREAT! He was muscly before it was hip and happening, and might even have seen off Geoffrey Capes in a scrap! Geoff was far and away the world's strongest man back then, and probably still is! (Brian Jacks was better at squat-thrusts, though) Big Lou is utterly awesome, and is way more imposing that the dude they've got playing the green giant in the Marvel movies. No question. Arnold Schwarzenegg played Hercules too, way back in the '60s, and what a mess he made of it! In fact they had to dub the poor schmuck he was so awful! Lou's got the role down, baby - doing that thing with his pectorals long before Arnie, and doing it BETTER too. He's THE MAN! The film itself ain't too great, I admit, but if you wanna check out Large Lou at his buff best, his hairless chest greased up to the oily max, his beard trimmed to Noel Edmonds-style perfection, and his thespianic range tested like never before - this is the movie for you. But if you find yourself devastated when the end credits roll, thinking you'll never see Lou's Herc in action again... have no fear... for there is... A SEQUEL!
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I am pleased to say that this movie was very much better than I expected. Lou Ferigno is a better actor than I though he would be despite all the muscle flexing he does.
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