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Pompeii

Pompeii
Pompeii Rating: 47 out of 100 based on 25 reviews.
Paul W.S. Anderson dirige “Pompeya (Pompeii)”, película ambientada en Pompeya en el año 79 después de Cristo y que cuenta la historia de amor entre un esclavo y la hija de un senador, con la erupción del Vesubio como telón de fondo.
Interpretación
Joe Pingue

Graecus
Dylan Schombing

Young Milo
Maxime Savaria

Biggest Thracian
Ron Kennell

The Weasel
Tom Bishop Sr.

Cassia's Carriage Driver
Rebecca Eady

Milo's Mother
Sasha Roiz

Proculus
Producción
Director:Paul W.S. Anderson
Producer:Paul W.S. Anderson (producer)
Jeremy Bolt (producer)
Don Carmody (producer)
Hartley Gorenstein (line producer)
Robert Kulzer (producer)
Martin Moszkowicz (producer)
Peter Schlessel (executive producer)
Writer:Janet Scott Batchler (screenplay)
Lee Batchler (screenplay)
Julian Fellowes
Michael Robert Johnson (screenplay)
Valoraciones de Pompeii
MediaMikes
I’m not a filmmaker, but I think I found the recipe for Hollywood’s latest CGI reimagining of history, “Pompeii”:
Leer crítica21 feb 2014
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Take GLADIATOR, mix it in with a heavy dose of TITANIC, add a dash of SPARTACUS and GAME OF THRONES, and what do you get? The answer is something pretty close to Paul W.S Anderson’s POMPEII, a film that so liberally steals from other bigger and better...
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
RedEye
Thanks to author Pliny the Younger, there actually exists a first-hand account of Mount Vesuvius’ catastrophic, Pompeii-destroying eruption in A.D. 79. Because it comes from the director of “Resident Evil” and shouldn’t be a top priority for people who...
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
Groucho Reviews
The new action picture Pompeii is a bit like its own villain, Mount Vesuvius: massive, full of hot air, and brainless. I won't begrudge it to those who seek nothing more than pure sensation from...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, Pompeii details the chaos and destruction that ensues in the title city's ancient landscape after a nearby volcano erupts - with the disaster affecting, among others, slave-turned-gladiator Milo (Kit Harington)...
Leer crítica17 mar 2014
Noticias
Aunque el rodaje de “Pompeii” se inició hace unas cuantas semanas, es ahora cuando nos enteramos de que Paz Vega (“Los amantes pasajeros”) se ha unido a su reparto (formado por, entre otros, Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Kiefer Sutherland, Jared Harris,
Joaquín R. Fernández (labutaca.net) - 2013-04-22
Valoraciones de Pompeii
MediaMikes
I’m not a filmmaker, but I think I found the recipe for Hollywood’s latest CGI reimagining of history, “Pompeii”:
Leer crítica21 feb 2014
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
Take GLADIATOR, mix it in with a heavy dose of TITANIC, add a dash of SPARTACUS and GAME OF THRONES, and what do you get? The answer is something pretty close to Paul W.S Anderson’s POMPEII, a film that so liberally steals from other bigger and better...
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
RedEye
Thanks to author Pliny the Younger, there actually exists a first-hand account of Mount Vesuvius’ catastrophic, Pompeii-destroying eruption in A.D. 79. Because it comes from the director of “Resident Evil” and shouldn’t be a top priority for people who...
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
Groucho Reviews
The new action picture Pompeii is a bit like its own villain, Mount Vesuvius: massive, full of hot air, and brainless. I won't begrudge it to those who seek nothing more than pure sensation from...
Reel Film Reviews
Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson, Pompeii details the chaos and destruction that ensues in the title city's ancient landscape after a nearby volcano erupts - with the disaster affecting, among others, slave-turned-gladiator Milo (Kit Harington)...
Leer crítica17 mar 2014
FirstShowing.net
It's hard to call Pompeii a success, at least from a story perspective. Granted, the tale of the ancient Roman city that was demolished in 79AD when the nearby volcano, Mount Vesuvius, erupted has never been told in big-budget, cinematic form.
Leer crítica21 feb 2014
CinemaBlend.com
Once a thriving part of the Roman Empire, the city of Pompeii was buried in nearly two stories of volcanic ash when Mount Vesuvius exploded in 79 AD. It was a rare volcanic event that, instead of lava, threw out waves of deadly heat and ash that more...
Reel Views
Pompeii is a big, glorious, cheesy mess. A fusion of Gladiator and Dante’s Peak, it can’t decide whether it wants to be an action film about coliseum combatants or a disaster flick. Predictably, by trying to be both, it ends up being good as neither.
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
Miami Herald
Pompeii is half sword-and-sandal epic, half disaster movie and all guilty pleasure. Director Paul W.S. Anderson, taking a break from cranking out Resident Evil movies, has a strong command of CGI technology and 3D effects, and the movie is so grand in...
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
Entertainment Weekly
Pompeii, the new historical-kitsch disaster movie, raises the question: Is there something about ancient settings that inspires actors to act badly? Or is it just that in a movie where everyone knows that they're destined to be upstaged by a volcano...
Leer crítica28 feb 2014
Review Express
Those who have seen the trailer for Paul W. S. Anderson’s Pompeii have pretty much seen the film. Unfortunately, what looked really interesting to me turned out to be a disappointment.
Mthai Movie
เป็นโปรเจคที่ พอล ดับบิวเอส แอนเดอร์สัน ผู้กำกับขาลุยจาก Resident Evil รอปลุกปั้นมานานหลายปี กับ Pompeii ตัวหนังที่หยิบเหตุการณ์จริงของเมือง ปอมเปอี ที่ถูกภูเขาไฟถล่มราบจนเหลือแต่ซากในสมัยอดีต ซึ่งตัวหนังได้หนุ่ม คิท แฮร์ริงตั้น จาก Game of Thrones
Leer crítica20 feb 2014
QNetwork Entertainment
Pompeii is only about half as bad as you imagine it will be, which is actually not a good thing because the film ends up being just mediocre, rather than the kind of howlingly enjoyable train wreck that reminds you how good unintentional comedy can be.
Quickflix
Pompeii is what some critics will label a “guilty pleasure.” It’s trash. Unadulterated, cliché-ridden junk that is also simply damn fun to watch. I tend to rail against the term “guilty pleasure” as one should never feel guilty about enjoying something. P
Leer crítica23 jul 2014
ABC Radio (Australia)
The destruction of Pompeii in AD79 retains its hold on the modern-day imagination because the volcanic ash that smothered its inhabitants also preserved their forms, freezing them for eternity at the moment of death. In this movie about Pompeii, it's a di
Leer crítica17 mar 2014
Orlando Weekly
It’s Titanic meets Gladiator but not as good as either. If you don’t have time to read the rest of the review, that should do you just fine.
Leer crítica26 feb 2014
Fresno Bee
The key to holding the attention of an audience that already knows the ending of a movie is to make the characters so compelling that there's a willingness to join them on their journey no matter what their fate.
Leer crítica19 feb 2014
Sacramento News & Review
In the doomed city of the ancient Roman Empire, a Celtic gladiator (Kit Harington) falls for a freeborn woman (Emily Browning) who has also caught the eye of a powerful senator (Kiefer Sutherland).
Leer crítica27 feb 2014
Movies.com
Vesuvius, their executioner, sits above the town, contemplating the right moment to lava-drown the entire joint after some introductory volleys of giant earthquakes and meteor-like fireballs.
Houston Press
As is the case anytime I see a movie I suspect is going to earn poor reviews (call it a hunch here), I'm always tempted to throw out some obnoxious quotes to see if the studio will grab one up in their desperation to obtain some positive publicity. So exc
Leer crítica21 feb 2014
NOLA.com
In a world where a mighty empire holds millions in its grasp, where wars are fought in both the arena and the bedroom and the rumblings of discontent are now echoed by the grumblings of a volcano, comes one man, made for this time.
Leer crítica21 feb 2014
Flicks.co.nz
The jury’s still out as to whether Paul W.S. Anderson - the British hack responsible for all those never-ending Resident Evil movies - deserves the auteurist readings granted recently in some critical circles.
Express.co.uk
If you thought the famous eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD matters because of the mass destruction and the tragic loss of thousands of lives then think again.
Leer crítica2 may 2014
MovieXclusive.com
Paul W.S. Anderson has never been a director of story or character; instead, as he had demonstrated with five chapters of the ‘Resident Evil’ franchise, it’s all about giving his audience the most bang for their buck with pure action spectacle. And just a
Shadows on the Wall
This period disaster movie is relentlessly trite, although it's also a guilty pleasure as a men-in-skirts action spectacle. It helps hugely that the cast knows how to make even the most ridiculous dialog zing with personality. And that director Anderson i
Interpretación
Kit Harington...Milo
Emily Browning...Cassia
Kiefer Sutherland...Corvus
Carrie-Anne Moss...Aurelia
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje...Atticus
Jessica Lucas...Ariadne
Jared Harris...Severus
Joe Pingue...Graecus
Currie Graham...Bellator
Dylan Schombing...Young Milo
Maxime Savaria...Biggest Thracian
Ron Kennell...The Weasel
Tom Bishop Sr....Cassia's Carriage Driver
Rebecca Eady...Milo's Mother
Sasha Roiz...Proculus
Joe Vercillo...Gladiator
Mark Whelan...Ships Captain
Goran Stjepanovic...Nose Break Thracian
Emmanuel Kabongo...African Gladiator
Jay Da Costa...Roman Citizen
Derek Herd...Slaver
Dylan Schombing...Young Milo
Milan Carmona...Roman Boy (uncredited)
Jimmy Chimarios...Gladiator (uncredited)
Jon Rhys...Roman Archer (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Paul W.S. Anderson
Producer:Paul W.S. Anderson (producer)
Jeremy Bolt (producer)
Don Carmody (producer)
Hartley Gorenstein (line producer)
Robert Kulzer (producer)
Martin Moszkowicz (producer)
Peter Schlessel (executive producer)
Writer:Janet Scott Batchler (screenplay)
Lee Batchler (screenplay)
Julian Fellowes
Michael Robert Johnson (screenplay)
Composer:Clinton Shorter
Cinematographer:Glen MacPherson
Production Design:Paul D. Austerberry
Set Decorator:Jeffrey A. Melvin
Costume Design:Wendy Partridge
Makeup:Graham Chivers (special makeup effects artist)
Allan Cooke (makeup effects sculptor)
Jeff Derushie (mold/lab technician)
Paul Jones (makeup effects designer)
Cassie Bragg (prosthetics trainee)
Lucy Leland (prosthetics trainee)
Kayla Waymark (prosthetics trainee)
Shane Zander (prosthetic makeup effects artist)
Andrea Gray (prosthetics trainee)
Production Management:Hartley Gorenstein (unit production manager)
Andrea Marotti (production manager)
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