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Sword-and-sandal action epic directed by Brett Ratner and starring Dwayne Johnson as the titular hero. After successfully completing the twelve labours set out for him by King Eurystheus as a means of atoning for previous sinful actions, Hercules is now a legendary mercenary in Greece. Using his reputation and strength to his advantage, he is able to overcome the most powerful of enemies. However, when he is asked by the Thracian King (John Hurt) and his daughter to defeat a particularly savage warlord, Hercules finds himself having to endure the most difficult task set for him yet.

Starring:
Rufus Sewell, Peter Mullan John Hurt
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 38 minutes
Starring Rufus Sewell, Peter Mullan John Hurt, Joseph Fiennes, John Hurt, Ian McShane, Dwayne Johnson, Peter Mullan John Hurt
Director Brett Ratner
Genres Historical
Studio Paramount International
Rental release 1 December 2014
Main languages English
Subtitles English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 38 minutes
Starring Rufus Sewell, Peter Mullan John Hurt, Joseph Fiennes, John Hurt, Ian McShane, Dwayne Johnson, Peter Mullan John Hurt
Director Brett Ratner
Genres Historical
Studio PARAMOUNT
Rental release 1 December 2014
Main languages English
Subtitles English
Hearing impaired subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_12_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 38 minutes
Starring Rufus Sewell, Peter Mullan John Hurt, Joseph Fiennes, John Hurt, Ian McShane, Dwayne Johnson, Peter Mullan John Hurt
Director Brett Ratner
Genres Historical
Studio PARAMOUNT
Rental release 1 December 2014
Main languages English
Subtitles English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Jan. 2015
Format: DVD
One of the most interesting thing about mythology is considering: what people or events might have inspired legends of gods, heroes and monsters?

That question seems to have inspired "Hercules," the second movie about the Grecian strongman in less than a year... and thankfully, it involves no bleached-haired "Twilight" actors. Instead, this simple and cheesy yet action-packed story depicts a "realistic" Hercules played by the charismatic Dwayne Johnson, who is one of the few men alive who actually LOOKS like Hercules.

In this movie, Hercules (Johnson) is the leader of a band of mercenaries -- including an Amazon warrior, a thief, a feral berserker and a seer who is waiting for his death to turn up -- who take on ridiculously difficult tasks. Hercules' nephew Iolaus (Reece Ritchie) works PR for them, spreading stories of how Hercules is supposedly the offspring of Zeus, explaining his ridiculously awesome strength. The reality is a bit more tragic, as indicated in flashbacks to his pre-merc days to a wife and children who have just two days until retirement.

Then Hercules is approached by Ergenia (Rebecca Ferguson), a Thracian princess whose dad Cotys (John Hurt) wants him to train his army to resist the warlord Rheseus (Tobias Santelmann). Hercules and his compatriots successfully fix up the rather pathetic army into a successful fighting force, and even lead them into battle... but soon Hercules begins to suspect that he and his followers have been tricked into being on the wrong side.

"Hercules" is a pure popcorn movie -- it has no pretensions of being deep or artistic, and while it's not a great movie, it's not a bad one either.
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Hercules'(Dwayne Johnson) Son of Zeus' is with his small band of followers 'Amphiarius' (Ian McShane) - 'Autolycus'
(Rufus Sewell) - 'Tydeus' (Askell Hennie) - 'Atalata' (Ingrid Bolso Berdal) and Nephew 'Iolaus' (Reece Ritchie) are
soldiers of fortune who's services can be acquired with the promise of 'gold' though things have not always been that
way, 'Hercules' now fights the demons of his past.
He is offered his weight in Gold to protect the innocents from what he believes to be a treacherous and uncompromising
enemy who threatens the lands and residents of 'Lord Cotys' (John Hurt) and daughter 'Ergenia' (Rebecca Ferguson)
'Hercules' and his followers act as an inspiration for 'Lord Cotys' forces against overwhelming odds of 'Rhesus's' (Tobias
Santelmann) forces.
The 'Lord's' men must be trained up to be all that they can be by 'Hercules' and followers to complete what they have
started.
However it seems the cause 'Hercules' and followers had believed themselves to be fighting was not as they were told,
they have their Gold, but it's not over, wrongs have to be put right.
Seems to me they tried to re-create the feel of the once hailed epics of the 50's and early 60's, obviously the cast-list is
top-drawer.
The film is a whole lot better than i believed it would be, guess i had low expectations given some of the reviews, the
battle sequences were well-staged, script maybe not all it might of been, however overall, pretty enjoyable.
The Picture and Sound Quality is Good.
Food for thought - Many feel that the intended blockbusters have been watered down some to acommodate the wider
audience and that this factor diminishes what the film could or maybe should have been...
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took my son to see Hercules not expecting much, and then the movie started... oh no the best bits from the trailer are all in the first 5 minutes of the film, so thinking 2 hours of my life wasted i sighed and watched what i thought would be a total waste of time..BUT as the film went on it turned into a damn good, action packed, escapist entertaining film, no oscar winner but a really enjoyable movie . slightly cut to get a 12 cert but still some darker moments, but once again Dwayne Johnson (the rock) proves he can still pull off a good family action movie,, left the cinema pleasantly surprised .. hopefully we will get the full extended version on bluray like the usa is getting but the way a few other releases have gone i somehow doubt it....
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I watched this without knowing anything about it. What an unexpected surprise it was. I found the story engaging with each of the characters given their own brief individual background story. But it was done in such a way that it didn`t slow down the story and always held your interest. The story itself is pacy, full of action with some great set pieces that are really well executed. Dwayne Johnson is superb as Hercules, this is a role he was born to play, of course he is terrific in the action scenes but he also brings a depth to the character that will have you cheering him on throughout the movie. The production values are very good and the budget of 100 million dollars is evident on screen in some terrific huge set pieces.
As you can gather I loved it and this movie is recommended as excellent family entertainment for all ages.
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