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It is an interesting take on Beowulf and Grendel. I never got through the poem because it is really a male thing and I am a female. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Musil
not really a good movie, just bought because of Gerard.Published 2 months ago by Loretta Sudbury-Poole
Released in 2005, "Beowulf & Grendel" tells the basic story of the epic poem: Beowulf (Gerard Butler), a hero of the Geats (modern-day Sweden), comes to the aid of Hrothgar... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wuchak
The sweeping landscapes of Iceland are amazing. That is the only positive thing I can say other than I adore Gerard Butler. The pacing lags horribly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lisa
This is a rough, vulgar version of the Beowulf legend. It was very hard to follow, with little dialogue, and the actors have thick accents, making it hard to understand them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark K. Rempel
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|What is with the sea hag?||
That's Grendel's mom as far as I can remember. I don't know if a character said that or if I just understood it, but I don't want to watch this atrocity again to find out.
May 21, 2009 by L. Fain | See all 3 posts
|release of this film in the U.S.....||
No no no no no. No more Angelina Jolie please. I just have horrid flashbacks of Alexander....no no no.
I want to see THIS version with the most talented Mr. Butler AND the beautiful Icelandic scenery.
And then Hollywood wants to know why noone goes?
May 15, 2006 by rossetti_stunner | See all 9 posts
|Is this film only for raving Gerard Butler fans?||
This film received many positive main stream and internet reviews as well as some negative ones. It's not a typical action film but a thoughtful and entertaining film using Beowulf to explore issues of tribalism, revenge and honor. And, yes, the humor in it IS intentional. (Monty Python is... Read More
Sep 27, 2006 by J. Beins | See all 4 posts