In dem phantastischen Sci-Fi-Epos Krull, inszeniert von Peter Yates, muss eine Gruppe von unwahrscheinlichen Helden gegen ein unbeschreibliches. Alles zum Film «Krull ()»: Reviews, Trailer, Bilder, Kinoprogramm und vieles mehr. t-rc.com - Kaufen Sie Krull günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen.
Krull (Film)Krull: Fantasyfilm von Ted Mann/Ron Silverman mit Liam Neeson/Lysette Anthony/Ken Marshall. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Krull: Ein Film von Peter Yates mit Ken Marshall und Lysette Anthony. Jenseits unserer Zeit und unseres Universums befindet sich der Planet Krull, der von von. t-rc.com - Kaufen Sie Krull günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen.
Krull 1983 Contribute to This Page VideoKrull - A Symphony (James Horner - 1983) Ken Lee Da-Hae plays the hero Colwyn, with thick eyeliner. FANTASY SCiENCE-FiCTiON Film Liste Top von fantasyman. Wie gesagt, Www.Rosenheim Cops.De absolutes Highlight, dafür bekommt man aber gehobene Kinounterhaltung mit einem Schuss Märchen geboten. Die Trickeffekte konnten sich für die damalige Zeit durchaus sehen lassen und machen selbst heute noch eine gute Figur.
Die Episode "heute-show Rubinrot Deutsch Stream 04. - Inhaltsangabe & DetailsDer Prinz versucht, sie zu befreien. Categories : films English-language films s fantasy adventure films s science fiction action films American films American fantasy adventure films American science fantasy Radio Sure American science fiction action films American space adventure films American sword and sorcery films British films British fantasy adventure films British science fiction action films Columbia Pictures films Films scored by James Horner Films adapted into Polizeiruf 110 Dünnes Eis Films directed by Peter Krull 1983 Films set on fictional planets Films shot in the Canary Islands Films shot at Pinewood Studios Films using stop-motion animation. Retrieved 29 August The Slayers attack Tin Titans Go the wedding ceremony is completed, killing the two kings, devastating both armies, and kidnapping the princess. Ming Na Wen Fantasy Movies. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Ergo Bernard Bresslaw Entertainment Weekly. Some critics praised the antagonists of the film. Theme Park Audio Archives. Ted Mann Executive Producer. From metacritic. Authority control BNE : XX Bloomington Film : cbm data LCCN : no VIAF : WorldCat Identities via VIAF :
Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Show HTML View more styles. User Polls IMDb Poll Board's Favourite Film Rated 6.
Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Ken Marshall Colwyn Lysette Anthony Lyssa Freddie Jones Ynyr Francesca Annis Widow of the Web Alun Armstrong Torquil David Battley Ergo Bernard Bresslaw Cyclops Liam Neeson Kegan John Welsh Seer Graham McGrath Titch Tony Church Turold Bernard Archard Eirig Belinda Mayne Vella Dicken Ashworth Bardolph Todd Carty Edit Storyline In the face of total annihilation by the omnipotent Beast's unstoppable hordes of Slayers, the young aristocrats of two hostile neighbouring nations--the brave Prince Colwyn and the fair Princess Lyssa--are about to come into union, and form an alliance against the common enemy.
Taglines: Beyond our time, beyond our universe Or risk the death of his world. Edit Did You Know? Vella Dicken Ashworth Bardolph Todd Carty Oswyn Robbie Coltrane Rhun Clare McIntyre Merith Bronco McLoughlin Nennog Andy Bradford Darro Gerard Naprous Quain Bill Weston Menno Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Lindsay Crouse Princess Lyssa voice uncredited Michael Elphick Rehearsing the scene where Colwyn and his group are being chased by the Slayers in the Black Fortress involved stuntmen taking the part of Colwyn so that Marshall could conserve energy for final filming.
It involved Colwyn and his men encountering a corridor where the floor opened underneath them via two set pieces "the size of a small house" that were powered by liquid and broke apart before quickly slamming back together.
Marshall explained that doing the sequence gave him nightmares after it was completed. When shooting of the scene began, Marshall took more time to say his lines than the production crew expected, leading to him not making it from the tunnel in the first take.
Only one crew member noticed this and was able to stop the machines controlling the pieces, but Marshall explained that he "knew that if the machine didn't stop in five seconds, [he] would be dead".
Another take of the sequence was shot the next day with Yates instructing that the speed of the machine be slower. However, Marshall insisted on the machine being sped up and in the final take was successful in getting away from the two set pieces alive.
Marshall explained, "I had no feeling in my heel for months afterward. It was really hard doing stunts afterwards, too. Meddings, who was previously known for his work on Superman and Superman II , led the special effects department of Krull.
It was a hard show in terms of effects. Whenever you do an effects picture, you try to come up with something new.
Unfortunately, you don't always succeed. You may think you've done something amazing, but, ultimately, it's up to the audience for that verdict.
We really worked ourselves silly on this one, though. Meddings created miniatures for the setting of the film's titular planet.
The model Meddings constructed for Lyssa's castle was twenty feet high. Shots of it were done in Italy using forced perspective to make it look taller than it really was.
The design of the Black Fortress had a height of twelve feet, and an electrical system was used to create the light within it.
Because the Black Fortress disintegrates at the end of the film, it was constructed "like a jigsaw puzzle with parts able to be pulled apart on cue.
In Krull , Ergo uses his magic to transform into creatures such as puppies and geese. Meddings used an effects strategy that showed these transformations differently from traditional cross dissolve methods, reasoning that it had "been done to death".
We did it with a series of blow-ups embellished with artwork so that you could actually blend in the actor. The actor [David Battley] dropped down to his knees and we used a series of blow-ups to reduce him to puppy size.
Then, halfway through the transition, we introduced blowups of the puppy, blending the two sets together with artwork.
Then, as the last still went on screen, we substituted the real dog who just wagged his tail and walked away. It was a trick, but it looks quite magical.
The film score was composed by James Horner and performed by The London Symphony Orchestra and the Ambrosian Singers.
It has been commended as part of the composer's best early efforts before his more famous post era works. Additionally, to accompany the main antagonists, the Beast and its army of Slayers, Horner utilised Holst-like rhythms and groaning and moaning vocals from the choir.
Also of note is a recurring "siren call" performed by female voices that starts and bookends the score, and appears numerous times in the story to represent the legacy of the ancient world of Krull.
Horner's score is reminiscent of earlier works, particularly Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. Some pieces of the music were reused for the ambiance of the Disneyland Paris attraction Space Mountain: Mission 2 named Space Mountain : From the Earth to the Moon from to The score has been released numerous times on album by various labels.
The first was a minute condensed edition, which was released by Southern Cross Records in , featuring most of the major action cues, three renditions of the love theme, and the music from the end credits; however, music from the main title sequence was omitted.
Southern Cross Records later released special editions in and the latter a Gold disc with a running time of over 78 minutes, expanding on all of the previously released tracks, featuring the main title music and other action cues.
In , SuperTracks released the complete recorded score in a two-CD set with elaborate and attractive packaging and extensive liner notes by David Hirsch;  this release, and the and releases, have become rare and very expensive collectible items.
In , La-La Land Records re-issued the SuperTracks album, with two bonus cues and new liner notes by Jeff Bond in a limited edition of 3, copies, which sold out within less than a year.
La-La Land reissued an additional 2, copies of the album in The soundtrack is considered a high point of the film.
The Super Tracks 2 CD complete score album and the La-La-Land Records album have similar track listings. The main difference is the track ordering.
In the Super Tracks album, the track "Colwyn and Lyssa Love Theme" bookends disc two, however, on the La-La-Land Records album, it is presented as the first of the three bonus tracks.
Also, the Super Tracks album presents the tracks slightly out of film order towards the beginning of disc two. The track "Vella" is presented after the two tracks "The Widow's Web" and "The Widow's Lullaby" whilst in the film it occurs before both of the tracks.
The La-La-Land Records album corrects this mistake. Furthermore, the La-La-Land Records album includes two bonus tracks, "The Walk to the Seer's Cave Album Edit " and "Theme from Krull.
Christopher John reviewed Krull in Ares Magazine 16 and commented that "It is a hot, hollow wind which only reminds us of what a pleasant breeze feels like, and angers us because it isn't one.
Colin Greenland reviewed Krull for Imagine magazine, and stated that "If as much attention had been paid to the plot as to the visuals, instead of all this ' It is the time.
Critic Janet Maslin found Krull to be "a gentle, pensive sci-fi adventure film that winds up a little too moody and melancholy for the Star Wars set", praising director Yates for "giving the film poise and sophistication, as well as a distinctly British air", and also "bring[ing] understatement and dimension to the material".
In a retrospective article, PopMatters critic Bill Gibron, opined that though finding many problems with Krull , it had an "amusement amalgamation" rare for a film released in the early s, where "if you don't like one particular character or circumstance, just wait — something completely different is just around the corner".
No matter what point you come in on the story, no matter what sort of scene is playing out before you, the lack of continuity and context actually allows you to take pleasure in the individual moment, and if so inclined, to stick around for another exciting sample in just a few minutes.
Snider summarized, "against all odds, Krull crams itself with magic, fantasy, and heroic quests, yet still manages to be boring.
This is an impressive feat in and of itself. You'd almost have to be doing it on purpose. A common critical praise of Krull was the visuals and special effects,    : 76 Lambie describing them as "quite captivating".
He explained that an actual glaive was a "sort of pole-arm, a long stick with a long blade on the end" and not a "brass starfish". He stated that while "glaive" was a vague term and there wasn't an actual word that defined the weapon, "the writer should have made [another name] up rather than borrowing one which doesn't fit.
The effects have also garnered detractors. The House Next Door critic Steven Boone stated that Krull "stands out because it has some of the clunkiness and uncertain production design of a cheapie like Beastmaster , but its visuals fairly pulse like something from the Spielberg—Lucas realm".
A frequent criticism in multiple reviews of Krull is its writing. The Mandalorian: Season 1. Saturday Night Live: Season Orphan Black: Season 5.
The Walking Dead: Season WandaVision: Season 1. Watchmen: Season 1. Certified Fresh Pick. Columns 24 Frames All-Time Lists Binge Guide Comics on TV Countdown Critics Consensus Five Favorite Films Now Streaming Parental Guidance Red Carpet Roundup Scorecards Sub-Cult Total Recall Video Interviews Weekend Box Office Weekly Ketchup What to Watch The Zeros.
View All. All Harry Potter Movies Ranked Worst to Best by Tomatometer. Black History Month. Awards Tour. Exclusive: Four New Coming 2 America Posters Show Royal Glow-Up For Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, and Co.
Vote in Round 5 of the Rom-Com Showdown. Trending on RT Rom-Com Showdown Super Bowl Trailers Black History Podcast: Blade. Log in with Facebook.
Email address. Log In. First Name. Last Name. By signing up, you agree to receiving newsletters from Rotten Tomatoes. You may later unsubscribe.
Create your account Already have an account? Email Address. Real Quick. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your email.
Please click the link below to receive your verification email. Cancel Resend Email. Add Article. The Wrecking Crew Beneath the Planet of the Apes The Sundowners Fathom Firewalker.
Rate And Review Submit review Want to see. Super Reviewer. Rate this movie Oof, that was Rotten. What did you think of the movie?
Step 2 of 2 How did you buy your ticket? Let's get your review verified. Fandango AMCTheatres. More Info. Submit By opting to have your ticket verified for this movie, you are allowing us to check the email address associated with your Rotten Tomatoes account against an email address associated with a Fandango ticket purchase for the same movie.
How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos 9. View All PhotosDie verwegenen Krieger der schwarzen Festung beherrschen den Planeten Krull brutal und unbarmherzig. Nur die Hochzeit von Prinzessin Lyssa und Prinz Colwyn kann die Menschheit retten. Aber Lyssa wird entführt und auf der Schwarzen Festung von dem. Krull ist ein Fantasyfilm von Regisseur Peter Yates und Filmproduzent Ron Silverman aus dem Jahr Die Hauptdarsteller sind Ken Marshall als Prinz. In dem phantastischen Sci-Fi-Epos Krull, inszeniert von Peter Yates, muss eine Gruppe von unwahrscheinlichen Helden gegen ein unbeschreibliches. t-rc.com - Kaufen Sie Krull günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen.