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Free Download Priest-----------------------------------------DOWNLOAD: http://urllio.com/r2v6s -----------------------------------------PRIEST, a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller, is set in an alternate world -- one ravaged by centuries of war between man and vampires. The story revolves around a legendary Warrior Priest from the last Vampire War who now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden human inhabitants in walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church. When his niece is abducted by a murderous pack of vampires, Priest breaks his sacred vows to venture out on a quest to find her before they turn her into one of them. He is joined on his crusade by his niece's boyfriend, a trigger-fingered young wasteland sheriff, and a former Warrior Priestess who possesses otherworldly fighting skills.In a dystopian world, the church, in control of "civilized" society within the walls they've built, had once trained priests to combat vampires. That role of the priest was revoked when the church felt that the vampire problem was no more in having confined them. When teenaged Lucy Pace is abducted, signs being that abduction carried out by vampires, her uncle, a priest (hereafter referred to solely as Priest), is determined to find her before she becomes infected. In doing so, Priest goes against the church, which refuses to reinstate his authority as a vampire battler in not believing that there is a vampire problem and which states that in going against the church is going against God. Joining Priest in searching for Lucy is Hicks, a sheriff outside the church walls, he who is in love with Lucy, and Priestess, one of Priest's old colleagues with who he has a special bond. If they are able to find who abducted Lucy, they will discover that their adversary has past ties to them. In the process, a potential problem arises in deciding what to do if they find that Lucy has already been infected, Hicks who will not allow her to die under any circumstance, while Priest is willing to kill her in she no longer being who she was, killing her despite his closer tie to her than he divulges.First off I want to make clear that a movie review is nothing but just a movie review. I started to hate those idiots who write paragraph after paragraph after paragraph breaking down every single aspect of the film.
So for those guys here is a revelation: is just a freaking movie. A nutshell review means "brief".
Anyway...Priest was very slick and entertaining. Good action and good acting. Who gives a rat rear end if the vampires in this movie were not like Brad Pitt or Tom Cruise. This is an action film, not a gay adaptation of a chick book by Anne Rice.
I've read reviews from other people complaining about the way vampires were depicted in this movie. For all those people I just want to let them know that "vampires" are not real. They are the product of someone imagination.
Godd movie. Excellent way to kill 90 minutes. Won't win any awards but highly recommended. Worth a watch.
Accomplished what a movie should always accomplish, keep you entertain. Now, if you want something accurate and real read a freaking book or watch shark week in the discovery channel.
And that's how you write a movie review under 50.000 words. Yep I'm talking to you.A priest throwing crosses like throwing stars into a vampire caught my attention.
Vampire meets post-apocalypse meets religious iconography meets Western. Staring Paul Bettany. I had the misfortune to see Legion and I've yet to forgive Mr. Bettany for participating in that wretched wince-fest. So given the actor and the genre, it's probably not going to be an Oscar-nominated type of film. But you know that the moment you saw the trailer.
As a Catholic (the orthodox type that grudgingly accepts Vatican II but mutters about 'the good old days' entirely tongue-in-cheek) it caught my eye. If you happen to be Catholic, every time you see a trailer for a movie where Catholicism is notably featured, you think to yourself 'Oh boy, how are they going to do a hack job that makes it out to be nothing like it actually is this time?'. Can't blame writers though, it's a religion that provides a deep, deep mine of interesting looking iconography and concepts (Apparently Catholic priests are the Ghostbusters of any movie that involves exorcism. You know who they're going to call. An old priest and a young priest.)
Interestingly enough, this film really... Doesn't involve religion. There's the iconography of Catholicism, a few words here and there, but there's really no actual religious content to the film. It's as if a tourist from another planet did a really in-depth one month tour of all things Catholic, but unable to understand the language, did the best job they could of representing it to their friends back home. The film doesn't denigrate Catholicism, it treats it more like a grab bag of 'ooo, that sounds / looks cool' material. It's a post-apocalyptic vampire western that involves characters that participate in a world where there's a State-run religion that is akin to Catholicism in a weird sort of 'parallel dimension where everyone has a goatee' type way. It's what you think you know, but not.
The movie itself is visually interesting. In many ways, it's similar to Event Horizon - another film where a concept wrapped in bad dialog with little to no sane plot caught the viewer's eye with interesting imagery.
Do you like vampires? Do you like westerns? Do you fancy a post-apocalyptic world? Does religion intrigue you, but in a 'not enough to be serious about it' way?
This is your film. It's not a bad film. It's not a great film. If you like certain things, like I do - vampires, vampire killing in a kick-ass style and a certain visual je ne sais quoi, 'world view' that's unlike anything else out there, it's worth seeing.
People you shouldn't take with you to see the film: Serious boring types that get upset if there aren't things like 'good dialog', 'character development' or 'a plot that doesn't make you put your head in your hands'. Much like Ke$ha, it's one of those catchy things you would never admit to enjoying to anyone you respected.
If you happen to be Catholic, rest assured that it's not butchering the religion and presenting some horrific view of it that alienates all who would see it. That's because it doesn't understand religion, but hey (blame the material it's based on - eastern writers tend to have a really strange view of Catholicism and Christianity in general.)
See it in 2D if possible. Like any 3D film originally shot in 2D, the 3D isn't great. Not as bad as Alice, but Avatar it ain't. While rated PG-13, taking anyone who isn't in college or older to see it isn't going to add anything to their life at this point.
And, if you, like me, enjoy it - try not to mention that in respectable company and we can just nod at each other in passing, secure in the belief that not everything enjoyable under the sun needs to be Oscar-worthy material.It becomes clear pretty quickly that the only real thought in the movie has gone into the cowboy-gothic costumes and the computer-generated effects.When the family of Owen Pace (Stephen Moyer), brother of Priest (Paul Bettany), is attacked by vampires, his wife Shannon (Mädchen Amick) killed, and their daughter Lucy (Lily Collins) abducted; Priest disobeys Monseignor Orelas (Christopher Plummer) and goes against church law to find Lucy before she is turned into a vampire. Aided by Lucy's boyfriend Sheriff Hicks (Cam Gigandet) and the Priestess (Maggie Q), the three follow Lucy's trail and come mano-a-mano against Black Hat (Karl Urban), an ex-priest who was captured by vampires and turned into a "human vampire" by the vampire queen herself. Priest is based on a Korean manhwa (graphic novel series), also titled Priest, by Hyung Min-Woo. An interview with Hyung in Priest: Volume 3 states that the comic was inspired by the video game Blood (1997) (1997). The manhwa was adapted for the screen by Cory Goodman. Priest is set in a post-apocalyptic alternate world in which vampires and humans have been warring for centuries. Facing extinction, mankind withdrew behind walled cities under the protection of the church. As its ultimate weapon, the church trained "priests" with extraordinary powers in the art of vampire combat. The majority of the vampires were killed, the remaining vampires placed in reservations, and the warrior priests assimilated back into society where they disappeared into obscurity. The train carrying Lucy and the vampire army continues to speed toward Jericho. While Priestess rushes ahead on her motorbike in an attempt to set a bomb and blow up the train, Priest and Hicks search the train for Lucy, battling vampires along the way. Hicks stops them by shooting holes in the ceiling, allowing the sunlight to pour in on them. "You would have made a good Priest," Priest compliments him. Hicks find Lucy, but Black Hat manages to knock him off the train. He then nails Priest to the wall, set the cabin on fire, and escapes with Lucy to the top of the train. Priest manages to break free and goes after them. As they run along the top of the train, they notice Priestess heading straight for them on her motorbike, which she has outfitted with the explosives. As the motorbike and train begin to explode, she jumps off the bike. At the same time, Lucy and Priest leap off the train, and it blows to bits, killing Black Hat and his entire vampire army. Priest returns to Cathedral City where Orelas is holding a church service. He tosses a severed vampire head at Orelas' feet, angering him into denying that there are any more vampires left. "The war is over," Orelas shouts. As Priest walks out the door, he replies, "No, it's just beginning." In the final scene, he heads out into the wasteland on his motorbike. He stops to talk with Priestess, who informs him that the other Priests will rendez-vous with him at Seven Cities. Designed for a broader rating (no nudity, one F-bomb), the action scenes in Priest were pretty close to qualifying for an R rating. To assure the PG-13 rating, some minor modifications of the images and the audio needed to be made, just like the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) demanded. In a couple of scenes, the CG blood has been reduced and colored differently. Furthermore, some obvious noises during the process of stabbing or some bones that get broken have been removed from the audio track. The fact that brutal stabbing itself is fine with the MPAA, as long as is doesn't sound that gruesome, made the director wonder. a5c7b9f00b http://migarleapp.jugem.jp/?eid=333 http://unsuwhi.jugem.jp/?eid=325 http://sauskivin.jugem.jp/?eid=318 http://dayviews.com/laibreakhap/526827087/ http://bookxyaleawal.bloggaleon.com/1537289838/ http://troddebar.jugem.jp/?eid=249 http://gahokirs.jugem.jp/?eid=321 http://www.miestokate.lt/en/news/view/id/287043 http://www.nookl.com/article/337893/an-unsurpassable-existence-full-movie-in-hindi-free-download-mp4 http://lutides.jugem.jp/?eid=267
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