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From swashbuckling swordplay to supernatural sorcery, Netflix is a trove of hidden fantasy treasures just waiting to be discovered. You may have seen the big titles on the streaming service, like Pirates of the Caribbean or Stardust, but that's just the edge of the map as far as Netflix's fantasy selection is concerned. We're heading into uncharted lands to seek out the best Netflix fantasy films you should be watching...
Legend of the Naga Pearls | 0:22
Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant | 0:57
Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire | 2:04
Mojin: The Lost Legend | 3:02
Solomon Kane | 3:41
The Monkey King 2 | 4:12
Psychokinesis | 4:50
Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned | 5:30
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus | 6:16
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Vanishing time was amazing!!!! South Korean cinema is on another level seriously. Along with the gods (both parts), I saw the devil, miracle in cell n7, sunny, a taxi driver... every South Korean film I've watched has been awesome
The Vampire Assistant is very good, Solomon Cane is just a good movie all around, but Monkey King 2, my kids hated it, well they hated it after it took almost a week to get through it (by the end of the week, it seemed more of a punishment). They were so board, nothing like the first one thumbs down.
you sadly and shamefully neglected to include that the "the imaginarium..." was directed by Terry Gilliam! and is the last movie Ledger (half)-did before his untimely and regrettable passing
which gave the movie an even more spectacular outtake as his character changes "faces" ;)
Imaginarium of Doctor Pornasses? Really? Can't believe that pile of shit made this list. The ones I have seen (3) were mediocre at best with the exception of Cirque du Freak. That was a cool flick and fun to watch.
Nope, nothing here I would watch. Other than the Vampire Apprentice, which I've seen quite a few times (The whole series is great as books as well) Netflix is great, but I'm not into Japanese/Chinese/Korean films. I'll wait until they remake them into western films that everyone says aren't as good as the original.
Can Netflix please limit the amount of foreign films. I don't like to read when I'm watching t.v.. Takes away from viewing and possibly important small things. I don't mind the films. Just put them all in their own category and not mixed up with English speaking (American, English, Australian, just some examples.) I have watched some good foreign films but they spoke English. Wasn't dubbed. It was filmed in English with other languages sub titles.
Cirque du Freak was a horrible movie. Truly. It's only watchable when you have absolutely nothing else to watch and absolutely nothing else to do at the time of watching it. Because it will bore you. It seems most movies on this list fall into that same category.
LOL I have seen all of them and they all been on Netflix for a bit. A 4th thou are in sub titles and it is most likely why a lot of people have not seen them. But netflix need some new movies. There's nothing on them I have not seen twice.
I'm not 100% against foreign films I'm about sick of 9 out of 10 new releases on netflix being subtitled and not dubbed in english. Frankly if I'm gonna be stuck reading the whole thing I'd rather just be reading a book not missing all the little details reading tiny script on the bottom of a screen,
neo 71665 if you read slowly, sure...youll miss shit. But I don't read as quick and I dontnmiss anything.
It's like this..the lines are delivered, and because I know my own language, I can read a few words and the rest kinda gets filled in. Because...i mean...movies are scripted. We can KINDA guess what's going to be said after so many movies or t.v. shows. The only thing that will give you any kind of hangup is trying to read the location since its not native to us.
OR...ots 2018 and there are free apps that can teach you languages quickly.
Just this year I learned Japanese and touched up on Spanish. And starting mandarin. And i started in January. And only spend about 20min a day. That really only takes away from any average "learn nothing" day...about 10min of YouTube, 5min of masturbation and 5min of searching Facebook for stupid shit to be condescending about lol
Solomon Kane wasn't released in the U.S. until 2012, 3 years after it's premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2009. US DVD release 2013. I waited over 4 years for this film. That happened only when a friend sent me a bootlegged (?) copy. This is good movie.
I really enjoyed Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus when it was released. Gilliam is a genius. And it has the distinction of being the last film in which Ledger starred. I liked Solomon Kane, too, which I had to watch on a free movie website years ago, because I couldn't find it anywhere else. For a B-movie, it's actually not bad at all--a Robert E. Howard creation (Conan the Barbarian).
inotaishu1 lmao. Yea.
But..if you look closely at other Asian movies and some anime...the IDEA is the same, but told in many different ways.
The book is very thick, but it boils down to a journey that each have to face their own struggles, while also learning to work together..even with very different personalities.
Agon Leed, well for me I have enough of the monkey king for a while, especially when the films are too similar. I mean Journey to the West is Thousands of Pages long so you would think they would find some more episodes from it to make movies off, but so far it has only been a few.
For those who don't know or remember The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus was the last movie from Heat Ledger, they had to finish the movie with Jude Law, Colin Farrel and Johnny Depp instead when Ledger died, and surprisingly they managed to make quite a convincing twist/homage out of that.
The Monkey King movies are cool because they are at least loosely based on a classic Beijing Opera story. It's interesting to see how the film version relates (or doesn't) to the various adventures of the travelers along their journey.
JR. Thone well..,youre technically not watching. So it shouldn't matter.
I have them as background as well...notmunderstanding a damn word. So..when inhale time, I go back to ACTUALLY watch them.
Like, I fall asleep to them as well
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As a child, there was a portrait in our family home in Paris that I always loved. Today, it’s known as Maya with Doll – but to me it was just a portrait of my mother, albeit a remarkable one. “Your grandfather was a painter,” she would say, whenever the subject of the canvas, one of many that hung around the house, came up in discussion. It was only when I began school, and whispers about my heritage started to follow me, that I realised what an understatement that was. My grandfather was far more than a painter. He was the defining figure of 20th-century art – and, as I would learn later from years of academic study, a true genius. It was a revelation that would shape the course of my life in many ways. When Picasso died – in 1973, the year before I was born – he left behind 45,000 works, not to mention personal objects and correspondence.