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Masters of the Universe [Import USA Zone 1]
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He-Man, Eternia's most powerful warrior, defends the honour of the future paradise from the hideous Skeletor and his wicked ally, Evil-Lyn. Skeletor has imprisoned the Sorceress of Greyskull Castle in a power-absorbing energy field. The only way to free her and stop Skeletor ruling the Kingdom lies in using the Cosmic Key. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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2 univers, 2 films kitch mais incontournables et surtout des souvenirs plein la tête et les yeux. Commençons par Musclor (He-Man en anglais) joué par le body-buildé Dolph et magnifiquement mis en valeur tout au long de cette version live. Quel bonheur de voir ce personnage mythique prendre vie sous les traits du sculptural suédois. Il mérite les louanges des fans car il prend son rôle très au sérieux. Très 1er degré! Bon à savoir également: le film est bourré d'action, d'effets spéciaux réussis et de personnages intrigants (Skeletor, Evil-Lyn, la sorcière du château des ombres, Teela... tout droits sortis du dessin animé), ce pop-corn movie est à revoir juste pour le plaisir. J'adore le nain Gwildor que je trouve particulièrement drôle et décalé. Je me souviens aussi d'une excellente BO.
Allez, à vos lecteurs et excellente séance nostalgie!
Planet Eternia and the Castle of Greyskull are under threat from the evil Skeletor who wants to take over the planet. A group of freedom fighters, led by the heroic He-Man are accidentally transported to Earth by a mysterious Cosmic Key which holds the power to make Skeletor all-powerful. Once on Earth, He-Man joins alliances with two teenagers as they attempt to find the key and return home.
Cast: Dolph Lundgren, Frank Langella, Meg Foster, Chelsea Field, Jon Cypher, Billy Barty, Courteney Cox, Robert Duncan McNeill, James Tolkan, Christina Pickles, Anthony De Longis, Tony Carroll, Pons Maar, Robert Towers and Peter Brooks [Narrator]
Director: Gary Goddard
Producers: Edward R. Pressman, Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus
Screenplay: David Odell
Composer: Bill Conti
Cinematography: Hanania Baer
Video Resolution: 1080p
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Audio: English: 2.0 DTS-HD Master Audio Stereo
Subtitles: English SDH, French and Spanish
Running Time: 105 minutes
Region: Region A/1
Number of discs: 1
Studio: Warner Home Video
Andrew's Blu-ray Review: It's no coincidence that Dolph Lundgren took on the role of a franchise action hero character like He-Man directly after he starred in 'Rocky IV' with Sylvester Stallone. His enormous physique and menacing demeanour were truly awe-inspiring. Sylvester Stallone was ripped, but Lundgren towered over him in that movie featuring a body with muscles in places I didn't think muscles could be found.Lire la suite ›
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Now, I have read the original script for the movie. Much better than what actually made it to screen. The only fault of the movie is too much Earth. People want to see it on Eternia. But, the movie is still cool, with great effects and a nice score by Bill Conti.
The true highlight of the movie is Frank Langella as Skeletor. He was made to play the role. He is very scarey and at most very evil in the movie.
Also, Friends fans of Courtney Cox will love the movie too, she is in it as Earth girl Julie who finds the Cosmic Key and aids the Eternians on Earth.
I give the movie 5 stars because that is what it should get. I am a huge He-Man and She-Ra fan and this movie is part of He-Man's history.
By the power of grayskull.... YOU have the power!
Dolph Lundgren looks the part of He-Man and he swings a mean sword, but it's obvious that his dialogue was kept to a bare minimum. Still, the other characters pick up the slack, and Frank Langella is marvelous as Skeletor - as in many of the animated shows, he's the one who drives the action. The opening scene where Skeletor marches triumphantly into Castle Greyskull (which is rendered very authentically) sends a genuine chill down your spine, and the final battle between He-Man and Skeletor is worth the wait. One touch I really appreciated was the theme of music as the key to the universe. The film's music score is top-notch and paces the storyline very well. Kudos also to Meg Foster (is that right? you'll know her when you see her) who gives Evil-Lynne some real depth and a truly sharp edge not seen in the series. The entire cast was wonderful; it's a shame they could not put together a sequel using the same people. It's not quite Star Wars, but you'll enjoy this fun adventure film for many years to come.
But in 1987, Warner gave us something to remeber the great man, with the theatrical release of Masters of the Universe. The film can be enjoyed by (supposed) adults like me, without the scorn of immaturity accusations that would be hailed at you if you were to reclaim your He-man collection from the attic, dust off your figures and start fighting them.
Masters of The Universe was a good attempt at bringing to life the cartoon, however it could have been better had it stayed a little closer to the original scipts. Dolph Lundgren is an inspired choice to play He-man and Frank Langella is equally suited in his role as Skeletor. However, with the exception of the Sorceress, Teela, Man of Arms and Evil Lyn, there really are few of the original characters. I was extremely dissapointed when I first saw this, that my personal favourite character, Orko (that little alien Jester thing) wasn't in it. Also He-man doesn't flit between being the normal human prince Adam and then turning into He-man as was the case in the cartoon, remember the immortal phrase "by the power of Greyskull" animated by Adam holding up his sword and then becoming He-man. I also felt that not enough effort was put into Eternia, there is little evidence of the fantastic landscapes and castles that the cartoons and books portrayed Eternia as having. The film, for the majority is set on Earth, after a key which enables time and location travel is stolen by Skeletor. A battle ensues on Earth between He-man and Skeletor and is then continued back in Skeletors lare in Eternia, where Skeletor is holding the sorceress prisoner. It is up to He-man to defeat Skeletor, the Lord of Destruction and save the sorceress.
The film may not have an Oscar winning script, but the actors do a good job (look out for Courtney Cox in an earley role). The plot is simple, but this is what you would expect and even want from such a film, after all it is based on a childrens cartoon. The movie is, despite the few minor criticisms that I made, extremely enjoyable, all eighties kids will enjoy this nostalgic trip. To me this movie will remain as one of my fondest in my video collection...the last testament to my childhood.