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Heart Of The Warrior

Heart Of The Warrior

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Heart Of The Warrior Beldar and Sonja, a couple of thieves belonging to the legendary world of sword and sorcery, steal a precious stone shaped like a human heart in the gloomy crypt of the Order of the Thousand Eyes, an evil sect of powerful wizards. When fleeing the scene they realize the gem is cursed. After losing consciousness, Beldar awakens in another world, into the body of a sixteen year old teenager in Madrid eaten by acne.

STARS: Fernando Ramallo, Neus Asensi, Joel Joan

110 min | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy | 1999 | Color


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Amazingly mature!
This is a teen film that is not necessarily for teens. It is also a gaming film that is not necessarily for gamers. EL CORAZON DEL GUERRERO is a chilling look at a teen gamer who either stumbles upon a frightening conspiracy... or else he is dangerously insane. And, either way, the end is absolutely chilling. I can only imagine that the reviewer who claimed that the movie did not take itself seriously, either did not watch it to the end, or else he was not really paying very close attention. As for the reviewer who admits to leaving before the film was even half over, I would suggest he's not really in a position to properly judge the film without having experienced the midway twist in its tone. Easily one of my favorite films.

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