Kingdom of Heaven
Kingdom of Heaven
R | 06 May 2005 (USA)
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After his wife dies, a blacksmith named Balian is thrust into royalty, political intrigue and bloody holy wars during the Crusades.

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Cebalord

Very best movie i ever watch

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GamerTab

That was an excellent one.

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Unlimitedia

Sick Product of a Sick System

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Guillelmina

The film's masterful storytelling did its job. The message was clear. No need to overdo.

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SophieKitty7

Its 5pm and i feel like im falling asleep horribly boring, nothing happens in the whole moviei think the movie is just for people who are fascinated for hours after hearing the word "christ" oncesure sure, nice scenery and acting (no flaws for me to pick out there) but the plot is just horrible, it feels so horribly slownice actor choices for the movie though, but even though i like at least 3 of the actors from other movies, i just cant finish watching this (thats a first time for me)

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Elijah

This movie is one of the many movies that try to discredit religions by showing characters who don't understand religions and are full of doubts as a consequence. The movie doesn't attempt to explore their doubts but just leave them be. Furthermore it portrays Christians as religious fanatics and Muslims as much more peaceful than what is historically accurate. In fact, this movie strays so far from real history that it disappoints me how Hollywood is full of people who have jumped on the left-wing bandwagon. They twist the truth in order to appeal to generation snowflake. These people and mainstream media are a major part of the reasons why so many young people have been brainwashed. The characters are way too predictable and are not at all complex. The plot and lines are so cheesy that I felt embarrassed when I was watching it. Nevertheless, this movie has good graphics. Eva green is really attractive.

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Movie Guy

After the death of his father and a strong desire for a new life with adventure and purpose, Balian of Ibelin gives up the life of a lowly blacksmith for that of a Crusader. Abandoned by his father at birth Balian is forced to figure out life and survival on his own; until an encounter with him later in life invites him into life he never thought he would live. As time goes on Balian will evolve from a blacksmith, to a crusader, to protector of Jerusalem and in doing so will find a hope and a future he never dreamed was possible. The movie contains in its two and a half hours themes of: Salvation, Perseverance, and true love that constantly at work throughout the film. Balian finds himself as a man who longs to rid himself of his past sins, overcomes obstacles to find a prosperous home for his people, and is able to win the woman of his dreams all at the same time. If you enjoy reading about the era of the Crusades then Kingdom of Heaven might just be the action flick that you are looking for.

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patchesalseier

This movie/story is part fairy tale, part propaganda. It's one of those stories in which the events are placed in a time in history, but everything else about it is made up. No need to go into any more detail than so many others have about the politically incorrect people, places, circumstances and events--it all serves Ridley's idea of the way the world should work, not the way it really is, ever has been or ever will be. People who like this movie, and even many who don't, also rave about the "beautiful cinematography." Well, most of that cinematography is digitally rendered, and much of the movie is shot against a green screen (like 300). How much more beautiful would it have been if filmed on location? Jerusalem--the real place--and the surrounding area is some of the most varied and beautiful terrain you'll ever see, but the movie rewrites the geography so that you have Jerusalem set next to an impossibly flat and featureless plain that runs for 100s of miles in all directions--stupid. There's nothing to admire about this movie.

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