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Knights of Bloodsteel

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Knights of Bloodsteel
Introduced in the film world, depends on the rare metal known as steel blood. These elements are the source of all magical energy, but soon it will end. Tesselink hires ordinary people - John Perfidu, goblin Behr paint touch-and force the young rogue Adrika. Together, they will be knights of the steel of blood, and their main task will be to find the mythical Crucible - the source of the steel of blood. The team will face the army of evil forces, led by the ruthless and powerful Eye of the Dragon. Who first finds the Crucible, he will have unlimited power.

Knights of Bloodsteel

Knights

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Knights
In the future, as a result of devastating wars, all suitable for cultivation of land turned into one big lifeless desert. In the search of fertile lands around the world were traveling group of nomadic farmers. But one of the distant city genesis in these lands came cyborgs. For the operation they need human resources, or more simply - blood. To combat this army of Vampire creator has been sent cyborg Gabriel Gabriel (Christopherson). In this he will help the girl Ney (Long), whose parents as a child killed the main villain - Jobe (Henriksen).

Knights

Shanghai Knights

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Shanghai Knights
East and West team up to take on bad guys in the British Empire in this sequel to the action comedy hit Shanghai Noon. Chon Wang (Jackie Chan), once an Imperial Guard in China, is now the Sheriff of Carson City, NV, while his onetime cohort, former train robber Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson), scrapes together a living writing dime novels based on his adventures and waiting tables in New York City. However, when Wang learns that his father was killed by bandits who broke into the Emperor's palace and stole the Imperial Seal, he's determined to bring the criminals to justice.

Shanghai Knights

The Dark Knight

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The Dark Knight
It isn't an overstatement to call The Dark Knight the most sophisticated and ambitious work of its kind. Superior to all three Spider-Man installments and even its amazing predecessor in terms of conceptualization, writing, acting, and direction, Nolan's follow-up to Batman Begins is a dark, complex and disturbing film, not the least of which because it grafts its heroics onto the blueprint of actual reality rather than that of spandex-clad supermen. And while such a distinction may make little difference to those already eagerly anticipating the return of the caped crusader, suffice it to say that The Dark Knight qualifies as the first official comic book adaptation that truly succeeds in being a great artistic achievement in its own right.

The Dark Knight

Merlin and the Book of Beasts

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Merlin and the Book of Beasts
Welcome to the dark side of Camelot King Arthur is gone. The Round Table is in ruins. And a rogue sorcerer has unleashed a reign of monstrous terror upon the land. For the courts last remaining knights, their only hope lies in the power of the now-bitter and broken wizard Merlin (James Callis of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA). But can a once-great man of magic defeat a legion of creatures that includes Dragon Soldier, Death Hawks and Gorgons, and still reclaim the legendary castle of lore? Laura Harris of DEAD LIKE ME and 24 co-stars in this epic adventure that puts a savage new edge on the saga of Excalibur, Mordred and the ultimate battle between MERLIN AND THE BOOK OF BEASTS.

Merlin and the Book of Beasts

Like Mike

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Like Mike
Like Mike is about Calvin Cambridge, a teenage orphan who dreams about getting adopted, and his two best friends named Murph and Reg Stevens selling chocolate for this greedy orphanage director, Stan Bittleman, (played by Crispin Glover) after each home game of the Los Angeles Knights (a fictional NBA franchise team loosely based on the Los Angeles Clippers).

Like Mike

Batman and Robin

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Batman and Robin
With Batman and Robin, the fourth entry in the recent Batman movie series, the profitable franchise appears poised to take a nosedive. This film, which places yet another actor in the batsuit, has all the necessary hallmarks of a sorry sequel -- pointless, plodding plotting; asinine action; clueless, comatose characterization; and dumb dialogue. Sadly for all the batfans who have been waiting with baited breath for this one, Batman and Robin has become the latest blight on the long summer movie season.

Batman and Robin

Batman Begins

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Batman Begins
Of all the major comic book characters to transition to a less static visual media, none has been more mistreated than the Bat-Man. As originally envisioned by creator Bob Kane in 1939, Batman was a dark character who walked the tightrope between hero and vigilante. That was his image until the 1960s, when the campy TV series starring Adam West transformed the character into a silly-but-likable good guy in gray spandex. Tim Burton re-invented Batman for a surreal (and, at the time, highly anticipated) 1989 feature, but the movie ended up focusing more on The Joker, leaving the titular hero to lick his wounds as a supporting character. By the time that Batman series reached its third movie, it had fallen back to the campy level of its TV predecessor. Now, there's nothing wrong with camp, per se, but, by the 1997 arrival of Batman and Robin, fans had had enough. Batman looked dead, at least until now.

Batman Begins

Batman Forever

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Batman Forever
It's lighter, brighter, funnier, faster-paced, and a whole lot more colorful than before. There's a new actor underneath the cape, a new girlfriend on his arm, and a new partner by his side. The director is different and the composer has changed. The villains -- Jim Carrey decked out in a neon question-mark jacket and Tommy Lee Jones with a face out of The Elephant Man -- are making their debuts. Yet somehow, perhaps because of the costume, it still feels like the same Batman we've gotten to know in two previous films. The same, yet different -- and much better.

Batman Forever

Shot in the Dark

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Shot in the Dark
Documentary Filmmaker Adrian Grenier documents his attempt to reunite with his estranged father.

Shot in the Dark

Dark Honeymoon

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Dark Honeymoon
Dark Honeymoon follows a man who marries a seductive woman after a brief and passionate relationship. During their honeymoon, on the Pacific coast, terrible truths unfold as those around them die mysterious deaths.

Dark Honeymoon

Season of the Witch

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Season of the Witch
Cage stars as a medieval knight named Behmen who, along with his comrade-in-arms Felson (Ron Perlman), have fought in the Crusades for well over a decade. War-weary and disenchanted with bloodletting for the Church, Behmen and Felson cut ties with their fellow knights and head off into the wilds of Europe.

During their journey home, Behmen and Felson enter the Palace at Marburg, whose inhabitants have been utterly devastated by the Plague. The Church elders (including Christopher Lee) blame their misfortune on an erratic girl (Claire Foy, whose character's name is never revealed) they believe to be a witch.

Season of the Witch

Like Minds

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Like Minds
The forensic psychiatric Sally Rowe is called by Detective Martin Mackenzie to analyze the profile of the teenager Alex Forbes, who was found in a train station holding the body of his schoolmate Nigel Colby and with powder in his hand. Alex discloses his relationship with Nigel, who believes that they were descendants of the Templar Knights, and how Nigel used the power of his mind to control him. Mackenzie believes that Alex is the killer, but Susan investigates the family of Nigel under pressure of Alexs father, and finds that all of them belong to an ancient and powerful secret society.

Like Minds

Underworld: Evolution

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Underworld: Evolution
While watching Underworld: Evolution, you get the sense that second time director Len Wiseman has no idea what it was that audiences liked so much about his original movie in the first place. Everything that was wrong with Underworld is back, missing are a lot of the things that were right.

Evolution begins shortly after Underworld ends. After a fantastically well done opening in which medieval vampire knights battle a horde of medieval werewolves in a poverty-stricken village, the sequel drifts into a connective credits sequence that catches the audience up on what happened in the last film, just in case unlike me, you didn't re-watch it before seeing this one. So far so good. Wiseman had me hooked.

Underworld: Evolution

Beneath the Dark aka Wake

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Beneath the Dark aka Wake
Driving to a wedding in Los Angeles through the Mojave Desert, Paul and Adrienne pull off the highway and into Roys Motel and Cafe. This roadside artifact proves to be a strange and surreal place with an unsettling mix of travelers, who force our couple to discover the secret hidden between them and ultimately, the horrifying reality of their current situation.

Beneath the Dark aka Wake