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Beowulf
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Beowulf 2007


description written by member Zara:

In a time of heroes, the mighty warrior Beowulf slays the demon Grendel and incurs the wrath of its monstrous yet seductive mother, in a conflict that transforms a king into a legend.

Release Date:November 16th, 2007
Directed By:
Robert ZemeckisRobert Zemeckis
Written By:
No image existsNeil Gaiman
No image existsRoger Avary
Starring:
Angelina JolieAngelina Jolie
Anthony HopkinsAnthony Hopkins
Robin Wright PennRobin Wright Penn
Ray WinstoneRay Winstone
Crispin GloverCrispin Glover
John MalkovichJohn Malkovich
Alison LohmanAlison Lohman
No image existsBrendan Gleeson
Chris CoppolaChris Coppola
Greg EllisGreg Ellis
No image existsNick Jameson
No image existsSharisse Baker-Bernard
No image existsRik Young
No image existsLeslie Harter Zemeckis
Jacquie BarnbrookJacquie Barnbrook
No image existsShay Duffin
No image existsJohn Littlefield
No image existsJared Weber
No image existsTom West
No image existsAlan Ritchson
No image existsAaron Stephens
No image existsSebastian Roché
Tyler SteelmanTyler Steelman
No image existsKevin Dorman
No image existsWoody Schultz
Charlotte SaltCharlotte Salt
Tim TrobecTim Trobec
No image existsDominic Keating
No image existsRichard Burns
No image existsEmily Johnson
No image existsRandy Shelly
No image existsRichard Burns
No image existsChris Mala
No image existsNadine Stenovitch

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Beowulf Movie Review by Filmkiller (6/5/2008)

If it's the personal story that draws me in, it's through the eyes of the character through which I travel. This is why I favor actors with expressive eyes and probably why I find Botox to be akin to face-death. Animated films have a hard time of it and typically need exaggerated expression to get their point across; it's...

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Beowulf Movie Review by Chris (3/5/2008)

Set against the coming of Christianity, this is the story of the last hero: in 507, a monstrous troll wrecks havoc in the mead hall of the Danish king, Hrothgar. He offers rewards for the death of Grendel, so Beowulf, a great and boastful Geet warrior, arrives with his thanes. Beowulf sets aside his armor and awaits the...

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Beowulf Movie Review by Gabby (1/28/2008)

I must say that i was quite disappointed with this movie. I was very excited to see it. I had read the script in highschool and really liked it so when it came out in theater i was extremely antzy to go see it and was honestly just in utter shock.. It was HORRIBLE but it defff. wasn't up to all potential..

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Beowulf Movie Review by Zara (1/12/2008)

Eh.

I AM BEOWULF!

That's the catchy line that keeps getting uttered in the flick, a comical rendering by actor Ray Winstone, someone who looks NOTHING like the movie's rendition of him, unlike the other actors in the film. A portly c*ckney muthaf*cka (perhaps not, I'm uncertain... Xav?) who probably WISHES that he had...

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Beowulf Movie Review by Ben (12/24/2007)

"Beowulf" is based on some epic poem that was written ages ago, and it was supposed to be something we read back in grade school (I never did). The movie opens with King Hrothgar (Anthony Hopkins) celebrating some war victory with his men while being completely drunk. To have a former alcoholic like Hopkins play this role...

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