Conan the Barbarian
A powerful Cimmerian warrior, Conan (Jason Momoa) carves a bloody path across the land of Hyboria on a personal vendetta. That soon turns into a an epic battle against evil, for Conan's mortal enemy, Khalar Zym (Stephen Lang), seeks the legendary Mask of Acheron. The artifact will enable Khalar Zym to raise his wife from the dead and achieve immortality for himself, but it will also unleash a malevolent force upon the land, and only Conan and his companions can stop it.
Release Date: August 19, 2011
Runtime: 1 hr 53 min
Director: Marcus Nispel
Producer: Michael Paseornek, Boaz Davidson, Danny Lerner, Les Weldon, Avi Lerner, John Baldecchi, Jason Constantine, Danny Dimbort, George Furla, Trevor Short, Henry Winterstern, John Sacchi, Joe Gatta, Fredrik Malmberg, Eda Kowan, Frederick Fierst
Cast: Morgan Freeman, Ron Perlman, Rose McGowan, Stephen Lang, Jason Momoa, Laila Rouass, Steve O'Donnell, Rachel Nichols, Bob Sapp, SaÃƒÂ¯d Taghmaoui, Nonso Anozie, Raad Rawi, Leo Howard, Milton Welsh(less)
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The world of Conan has always been set as dark, magical, brutal, and unforgiving. This movie holds to that general theme and successfully puts together the type of experience you would expect from a Conan film. There are no Oscar-worthy acting performances or surprising plot twists (or much plot depth at all), but for those who enjoy a two hour escape into a primitive sword-and-sorcery world ruled by the strong and the ruthless, you could do worse. I don't think I would actively recommend this movie to anyone, but I've seen it twice and will probably see it again in the future. Perhaps it's just because I enjoy the idea of a solitary, unbeatable, barbarian warrior and his adventures.
Maturity-wise, this movie includes many things that nobody needs to be exposed to seeing. There is blood, extensive violence, and a small bit of female topless nudity.July 14th, 2012 · Details
different the then the last movie, not a remakeAugust 19th, 2011 · Details
dumbAugust 21st, 2011 · Details