In 1190, the knight Elizabeth leaves her young son Peter in England, battles, and is wounded in the Third Holy Crusade. She must return to her village, where she is informed by the local priest that Peter was abducted by the wicked tyrant Grekkor and his powerful knights. Elizabeth decides to build an army to fight against Grekkor, but all the local men are afraid to join. For her crusade of revenge, Elizabeth only counts with the support of three other women: Hunter and her bow and arrows; the prostitute Eve; and the gypsy Sybil and her powders and herbs. Later, the strong Luke also joins her desperate struggle against Grekkor. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Reasonable and Predictable Low Budget Action Movie
In 1190, the knight Elizabeth (Joanna Pacula) leaves her young son Peter (Sander Kolosov) in England and battles in the Holy Crusades. She is wounded and returns to her village, where she is informed by the local priest that Peter was abducted by the wicked tyrant Grekkor (Ruther Hauer) and his army. Elizabeth decides to build an army to fight against Grekkor, but all the local men are afraid and she only counts with the support of Hunter (Molly Curver) and her bow and arrows; the prostitute Eve (Charlotte Avery); and the gypsy Sybil (Rimante Valiukaite) and her powders and herbs. Later, the strong Luke (Arnold Vosloo) helps them against Grekkor.
"Warrior Angels" is a very reasonable low budget action movie. The story is predictable, but has a good premise and good performances of most of the cast. Unfortunately, the ridiculous and expressionless Sander Kolosov and his permanent smile on his face spoils one of the most important and key character. This boy irritated me, and probably he is a relative of a producer or crew of this movie, otherwise I do not know why he was not replaced by another actor. My vote is six.
Title (Brazil): "Anjos Guerreiros" ("Warrior Angels")
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