Second things second: "Beowulf" is director Robert Zemeckis's latest attempt ... The setting, at least, is still Denmark in the early sixth century, and Herot, the hall of aging King Hrothgar (Anthony Hopkins) is still plagued by a rampaging monster ...
What Does A Director's Cut For Beowulf Mean?
Robert Zemeckis’s Beowulf is getting a “director’s cut” version as part of its February 26th DVD release. I’m wondering if this is just an excuse to insert a few extra frames of footage, or if this will be closer to the European cut of the film ...
Outlander (Reissued Canadian Import)
They include: Crash, Alone, Language, Herot, First Attack, Moorwen Attacks (Deleted Scene ... as what we get is far from original and basically 'Beowulf' in a science-fiction disguise, but it still has spurts of solid entertainment and carnage, much ...
Ken's Review: Beowulf - Not Just A Movie, An Experience
I have seen Beowulf twice now in the theaters, once in IMAX 3D and once in Digital 3D. I enjoyed it more in Digital 3D as it was much crisper and clearer. While IMAX is bigger, which was awesome to see, it has the annoying problem that if you turn your ...
DVD Review: ‘Beowulf’ Unrated Director’s Cut
Here’s what’s included: Wealthow shows Beowulf the sundial; Beowulf boasts to the people of Herot; Celebration and seduction; Wulfgar meets Beowulf at the Stockade; Beowulf’s Day Unfirth finds the horn; Cain on the Barrows (Original).