Review of Ladyhawke

Ladyhawke

Release year:

1989

Director:

Richard Donner

Known from:

The Goonies, Lethal Weapon, Timeline

Main actor:

Matthew Broderick

Known from:

Inspector Gadget, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Main actress:

Michelle Pfeiffer

Known from:

Scarface, Dark Shadows

Honorable mentions:

Rutger Hauer

Content:

It is the story about a thief called the mouse who escapes a castle where he was supposed to be executed and then he escape to some place where he thinks he is safe but some guards are after him but he makes a friend who helps him because he wants to go inside the castle he escape from. But that is not the main point of the story but rather the love story between a hawk and wolf which have human forms at different times and that is a very good story.

Length:

121mins

Sequels or prequels:

None

Genre:

Adventure

Review:

The movie tells a good story and the actors do good while you understand their actions. The movie is also one where the hero prefers not to kill some of the bad guys.

Stars:

5 out of 6 stars

Rewatchability:

Yes

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JTCHworld

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