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Solomon Kane 2009 123movies

Solomon Kane 2009 123movies

Fight evil... With evil.Sep. 16, 2009104 Min.
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Watch: Solomon Kane 2009 123movies, Full Movie Online – Once a mercenary of Queen Elizabeth I fighting Ottomans in Africa, Solomon met the Devil’s Reaper and discovered he was bound for Hell. Barely escaping, he soon renounced violence to atone for his past sins, seeking out redemption in a life of peace. That is until the followers of the sorcerer Malachi kidnap a Puritan girl, Meredith Crowthorn, and brutally slaughter her family before his eyes, forcing Solomon to take up arms and return to his violent ways once more to rescue her..
Plot: A nomadic 16th century warrior, condemned to hell for his brutal past, seeks redemption by renouncing violence, but finds some things are worth burning for as he fights to free a young Puritan woman from the grip of evil.
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Ratings:

6.1/10 Votes: 74,169
67% | RottenTomatoes
48/100 | MetaCritic
N/A Votes: 1154 Popularity: 17.29 | TMDB

Reviews:


**In the 17th England, a ruthless warrior set to rediscover his path.**

There’s no reason, but after a long due I saw this. I’m pretty impressed with the film’s production, but in the end it was an average film for me. James Purefoy was good, but the story needed someone very husky looking actor to play the Solomon. That’s what spoiled my watch, other than that I enjoyed most of the film. Because the tone and the pace were excellent, but it was a predictable story.

A savage warrior leading his men somewhere in the Northern Africa, when he’s sensing he almost defeated them, comes to know his soul is damned. He escapes there, leaves his all that life behind and looks for a peaceful future. He was born to be a warrior, that’s why he left his own kingdom. So in his second chance to rediscover his path, he must achieve the impossible to defeat his opponent.

Full of dark and wet atmosphere really gives that required medieval look. The locations were well used and also the costumes, so if you like films that sets in this era, particularly stunts, then you might enjoy it. But if you ask me, I would say it is just a one time watchable film. Entertainment is guaranteed, but because of something, the film does not not look complete. So recommended for the selected viewers.

_6/10_

Review By: Reno

If I kill you I am bound for hell. It’s a price I shall gladly pay.

Solomon Kane is directed by Michael J. Bassett and Bassett adapts the character of Kane from the magazine character created by Robert E. Howard. It stars James Purefoy, Rachael Hurd-Wood, Pete Postlethwaite and Anthony Wilks. Music is by Klaus Badelt and cinematography by Dan Laustsen.

It’s early 1600 and English mercenary Solomon Kane (Purefoy) is informed by the Devils Reaper that his wicked ways have damned his soul for eternity. Not wanting to spend eternity with old Nick and all his hellish instruments of torture, Kane escapes and renounces violence and converts to Puritanism – that is until a wicked turn of events in his life sends him on the violent road to redemption.

Solomon Kane was created by pulp writer Robert E. Howard, who would a few years later also create Conan The Barbarian, safe to say then that swords and sorcery was at the time of his life in the 1920s/30s on his mind. It’s also safe to say here that if this type of genre swish and swash is not your thing then this will definitely not convert you into being someone who suddenly does. However, fans of such fare are in for a treat, where not for the first time a picture that bombed at the box office – and got a delayed release in The States – has broken free of supposed stinker damnation to become a firm cult favourite to like minded souls.

Kane is our anti-hero, a real hard dude who ends up living by the fight evil with evil mantra. In the hands of Purefoy and his director, Kane is moody personified, the whole film dishing out ladles of brood and dark thematics as religion and dark arts come under the microscope. The action is well choreographed, plenty of blood letting and head loping, accompanied by swivels and lurches. Imagery is potent – such as graveyards and reaper lairs, while Bassett firmly believes in soaking his cast in mud and rags, all for realistic payment.

Some popular actors slot in for some support work, which is a bonus, and although the finale is not without problems (main baddie all to brief, the big showdown likewise), this rounds out as an imaginatively and thrillingly mounted period genre piece. 8/10

Review By: John Chard
Given the circumstances, it was a good movie
The film is one of those things that you immediately “feel” it is wrong. No known actors except old guys like Max von Sydow, who get a small role anyway, an almost unknown lead character and a lot of attitude, like the movie is taking itself really seriously. Most of this kind of movies end up as pretentious flops.

Solomon Kane, however, did not. It was a reasonable movie, given the low production values and the video game like story. The thing is, the people working on it obviously made an effort. Strangely enough, it seems this sort of effort is what lacks in many films these days, even high budget ones, so this lifts Solomon Kane quite a lot.

Unfortunately, the film was not great. It was, I feel, the best they could do under the circumstances, and I applaud that, though. Better than The Book of Eli, but still the same superheroy feeling.

Review By: siderite
The Cure For Insomnia
I’m desperately trying to stay awake while watching the movie Solomon Kane. I have about a 20 minutes to go. If it gets any better, I will come back here and let you know, but somehow I doubt that will happen. Solomon Kane looks like it is based on the video game Dark Watch, and it sounds like it is based on the video game Legacy of Kane, but unfortunately neither is true. I hear it is based on some comic book or graphic novel or pulp fiction or something else that I have never heard of, but whatever it is based on, there is nothing original in this excruciatingly boring movie. The atmosphere is stolen from the movie 300, which wasn’t that great in the first place. The tedious overacting takes itself so seriously that it’s nearly hypnotic, and to be clear I mean that in a bad way. The plot is practically non-existent: violent guy trying to be nonviolent meets friendly family, friendly family is murdered, violent guy becomes violent again. All the characters are stereotypes taken from Waterworld or Book of Eli or The Hills Have Eyes or, whatever, just choose another apocalyptic slash fantasy slash wizardry movie that you have seen and there you have it. Someone, somewhere, said, this is how to make a movie: use a blue filter to make everything look mysterious, add plenty of slow motion shots of horse hooves splashing in murky puddles, add snowflakes hovering around while two boring characters are speaking to each other, and oh yes rain pouring down dramatically to distract from the fact that nothing is really happening, and don’t forget the black silhouettes walking toward us with fire blazing behind them, and lots of torches burning, and of course blurry fight scenes during which it’s not clear what is actually happening because we don’t have the budget for the gory special effects so just throw in the sound of metal clanking, and, oh, by the way, don’t let any character live long enough for the audience to understand them, relate to them or sympathize with them, and cross fingers, hope that fans of sword and sorcery films will eat it up, even though it is complete doo doo, and go straight to video, do not pass GO . . .
Review By: chicagopoetry

Other Information:

Original Title Solomon Kane
Release Date 2009-09-16
Release Year 2009

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 44 min (104 min)
Budget 45000000
Revenue 19652185
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director M.J. Bassett
Writer M.J. Bassett, Robert E. Howard
Actors James Purefoy, Max von Sydow, Rachel Hurd-Wood
Country Czech Republic, United Kingdom, France
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory Barrandov Laboratore, Prague, Czech Republic (processing), DeLuxe, London, UK
Film Length 2,872 m (Portugal, 35 mm), 2,891 m (Spain)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic) (Fuji Eterna-CP 3513DI)

Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Solomon Kane 2009 123movies
Original title Solomon Kane
TMDb Rating 5.949 1,154 votes

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