I found myself wanting to see him have a larger role, and I was not disappointed. The first two sequels, Mythica: The Darkspore and Mythica: The Necromancer, were released in 2015. I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, but only after I read another review was I finally enlightened that this is actually Part 5 in a series. This became clear near the end of the final film when there was a sort of seductive quality in his attempts to corrupt Marek. While not the very best of film making, it was entertaining and refreshing and I am glad to have seen it all. Black and starring Kevin Sorbo and Melanie Stone. Some people call it some kind of B-grade kickstarter movie, but in my opinion it's a captivating and charming series, B or C or whatever.
All the characters came together in an epic finale that left everything explained and brought closure to every hero's journey. The villain especially is very underdeveloped, didn't learn much, felt little if any sense of threat and motivations are not always clear. The story begins to make sense again once we leave Tek and the Underworld behind. His role in each movie increased in general and not only was his acting fine, but his time on the screen was integral to the story. However, the special effects do look ropey, the worst of them distractingly bad. After that, it was over for me.
The hammer of Tek stuff is a bit vague. I have never been so bored in my entire life. Its first sequel 'Mythica: The Darkspore' quality-wise is about the same though with a couple of improvements , watchable with nothing to get angry or excited about. The Good: The cast are amazing as always Fantastic Mythica charm The movies have built up to a brilliant fitting finale The Bad: Still flawed in places Hodor, Hodor, Hodor Kevin Sorbo, I'm sorry but this guy just sucks on so many levels This movie doesn't get the credit it deserves. It's not high art, but in my opinion this pentology is a worthy effort and well worth watching.
The first film, 'Mythica: A Quest for Heroes', was not a bad movie but with some major debits and not an awful lot special about it. The actors are sincere and skillful, the writing moves the story along, and the special effects where they even exist are minimalist but effective. I just wish that part had made more sense and Tek's character had been given more to say and do. It starts off slow with part 1 A Quest for Heroes featuring a slave girl Melanie Stone gradually coming into her power as a necromancer, or sorceress wielding dark magic. I felt it lost its way though when they were trying to retrieve the Hammer of Tek.
Didn't care for the mediocre 'Mythica: The Necromancer', and while an improvement 'Mythica: The Iron Crown' was average with me having mixed feelings on it. As the Lich King's zombie legions ravage the world, Marek, a cursed young sorceress, embarks on a quest to obtain a weapon from the gods, with her friend Dagen, a self-serving half-elf rogue. Overview Mythica: A Quest for Heroes is a 2014 Arrowstorm Entertainment fantasy film written and directed by Anne K. So, remember guys, if you haven't seen the other four parts of this series, you will be as lost as me. Otra Aventura mas de la pelicula fantastica Mythica: The Godslayer A medida que las legiones de zombis del Rey Lich asolan todo a su paso y siembran el Terror en el Mundo , Marek, una joven hechicera, se embarca en la búsqueda de un arma de los dioses, con su amigo Dagen, un egoísta de medio elfo pícaro pero que le sera de gran ayuda. But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved.
Director John Lyden really treated this final film with respect. I didn't like the ending at first, it reminded me of another film with a similar ending, but I had another think about it and I realised that it was much smarter than I had first thought. It was the longest of the movies and brought everything together with a satisfying ending. The visuals are once again very good. Not great by all means and could have been better, but it is definitely the best of the follow-ups and quite possibly the best of the series. The movie labored on much like someone doing the 100-meter mosey , and I swear after the first half hour, I was already curled into a fetal position.
Melanie Stone is good in the lead role, and the character is engaging and well-rounded. The fighting and action sequences kept getting better from the original, as did the special effects. We learn so much about the characters and where they come from, and why they are on this quest. I believe here they saved the best till last, the finale is beautifully fitting and ends the franchise on a high note. . This film, the fifth in the series, 'Mythica: The Godslayer' was not bad at all.
But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved. It was watchable if on the mediocre side if anything. Costumes and sets allow one to get suitably, if not fully, immersed in the fantasy world that is being portrayed. Fortunately, there are four more, queued up and ready to roll! Les marques citées sur cette page sont la propriété de leurs titulaires. The movies gather steam, and darkness, culminating in The Godslayer, the high-stakes finale of the series. I feel Mythica would have been a lot better with a villain one can empathise with. It is difficult to believe the same director who turned Mythica 4 into a comedy made Mythica 5 the incredible film that it is.
Oh, apparently there's some kind of fad to call out Kevin Sorbo for bad acting. I can't wait for more stuff to come from Arrowstorm Entertainment. But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved. Le film a été présenté dans le cinéma en. Although the first movie has a satisfying ending, you may still thirst for more adventures in the Mythica universe. I very much hope the cast and creators go on to do bigger things as they have proved here they have the ability to deliver.