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Conan The Barbarian: Double Play (2011) (2 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 12 December 2011

Featuring: Ron Perlman, Rose McGowan & Rachel Nichols

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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The legendary Conan The Barbarian stars 'Game of Thrones's Jason Momoa and Avatar's Stephen Lang. From the producers of The Expendables comes a visual spectacular that brings the fabled action hero Conan to life like never before!

Based on the character created by Robert E. Howard, Conan was born on the battlefield. From those bloodsoaked beginnings, Conan is destined to venture into an unforgiving world after his father is brutally murdered and his village destroyed. As Conan battles his way through a treacherous world of monsters, sorceresses' and bloodthirsty enemies, he chances upon Khalar Zym - the warlord responsible for his tribe's destruction. And so Conan's quest for true revenge begins...

Conan The Barbarian Blu-ray includes the feature as both 2D and 3D formats. To watch the 3D version you must have a fully capable 3D HDTV, a 3D compatible blu-ray player, and 3D glasses (not included).

* Artwork subject to change



'Double Play Edition' includes the movie on 2 formats: Blu-ray & DVD!

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 Average rating (12 reviews)

 New Model Arnie!

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Those familiar with the 1982 version are unlikely to warm after this run of the mil reboot, it's a pretty dull and desultory affair that'll leave you feeling as cheated as Arnold Schwarzenegger's missus.
Having previously done a good job at the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday The 13th series, and failed to make an impact with his other sword and sandels hack and slash Pathfinder, Director Nispel hardly has the best rep when it comes to resuscitating iron aged moribund franchises.
Quelle surprise, then, that at times he makes a hash of this one, the German director missing not only the camp grandeur of John Milius' original but also the vigour of 300, a film he clearly set out to emulate.
There's no shortage of blood here, the levels of arterial splatter being established early by a forest scrap that ends with the young Conan (Leo Howard) dropping four severed heads at the feet of proud pop Ron Perlman.
Long before the lad has grown up to be Baywatch beefcake Jason Momoa, though, the carnage has become mostley monotonously predictable.To be honest there's only so many ways to run a man through while charging at him on horseback.
Things liven up a little with the introduction of bad guy Khalar Zym (Avatar's Stephen Lang) and his daughter Marique (Rose McGowan), a witch with Krueger-like blades on her pinkies and Elizabeth I's hairline.
Even by genre standards, alas, their crazy quest -to bring Mrs Zym back from Hades with the aid of an old mask and 'Pureblood' Rachel Nichols is a torturous one that, coupled with Conan's plan to avenge Perlman's murder, makes for a plot more swollen than its leading man's pectorals.
Momoa is no Arnie. He's no Rock either. In fact he's nothing much at all: an anonymous, characterless hunk who's outclassed even by the computer-generated sand mummies he's called upon to vanquish.
Conan, we're informed, has "the heart of a lion" and "the loyalty of a bloodhound". They forgot "personality of a tree".
If swords, sorcery, pecs and FX get your bloodlust pumping, there's fleeting fun to be had. But mostly this Conan re-tread puts the bore in Hyboria.
On a plus side it's still far better than Conan The Destroyer and Red Sonja.
See if you like.....
The Mummy Trilogy.
The Scorpion King.
Beast Master.
Masters of the Universe.

 New Model Arnie!

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Those familiar with the 1982 version are unlikely to warm after this run of the mil reboot, it's a pretty dull and desultory affair that'll leave you feeling as cheated as Arnold Schwarzenegger's missus.
Having previously done a good job at the Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday The 13th series, and failed to make an impact with his other sword and sandels hack and slash Pathfinder, Director Nispel hardly has the best rep when it comes to resuscitating iron aged moribund franchises.
Quelle surprise, then, that at times he makes a hash of this one, the German director missing not only the camp grandeur of John Milius' original but also the vigour of 300, a film he clearly set out to emulate.
There's no shortage of blood here, the levels of arterial splatter being established early by a forest scrap that ends with the young Conan (Leo Howard) dropping four severed heads at the feet of proud pop Ron Perlman.
Long before the lad has grown up to be Baywatch beefcake Jason Momoa, though, the carnage has become mostley monotonously predictable.To be honest there's only so many ways to run a man through while charging at him on horseback.
Things liven up a little with the introduction of bad guy Khalar Zym (Avatar's Stephen Lang) and his daughter Marique (Rose McGowan), a witch with Krueger-like blades on her pinkies and Elizabeth I's hairline.
Even by genre standards, alas, their crazy quest -to bring Mrs Zym back from Hades with the aid of an old mask and 'Pureblood' Rachel Nichols is a torturous one that, coupled with Conan's plan to avenge Perlman's murder, makes for a plot more swollen than its leading man's pectorals.
Momoa is no Arnie. He's no Rock either. In fact he's nothing much at all: an anonymous, characterless hunk who's outclassed even by the computer-generated sand mummies he's called upon to vanquish.
Conan, we're informed, has "the heart of a lion" and "the loyalty of a bloodhound". They forgot "personality of a tree".
If swords, sorcery, pecs and FX get your bloodlust pumping, there's fleeting fun to be had. But mostly this Conan re-tread puts the bore in Hyboria.
On a plus side it's still far better than Conan The Destroyer and Red Sonja.
See if you like.....
The Mummy Trilogy.
The Scorpion King.
Beast Master.
Masters of the Universe.

 "..TOP BLOCKBUSTER ENTERTAINMENT.."

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This is everything you want from a top movie blockbuster, action packed and full of fantasy and brilliant effects, if youre a fan of the original Schwarzenegger versions then you should love the new version too, Jason momoa did a great job playing Conan and fit the part well with his massive screen presence, there was a good supporting cast too, Rose McGowan was brilliant as Marique the female villain, at the end of the day its a massive no brainer fun filled action packed bloodbath thats utterly entertaining and a satisfying, definitely worth a watch. Marcus Nispel did a surprisingly good job of directing this after his usual run of horror remakes.

 not good

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really poor remake with awful special effects, laughable acting and a terrible script. at least with the original, schwarzenneger was a scene stealer but this new, overly groomed hero is more like a kids tv presenter. the blood is always unrealistic and gratuitous. overall id say a huge waste of time and money.

 Very good action film

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I'm a big fan of the original arnie film and I love Conan. The Arnie Conan film didnt stick true to the books but was a good film in its own right. This new version is closer to the books and is full of barbarian action. Love the start when Conan is young and needs to prove himself, I wont ruin it for you though.

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ActorsRon Perlman, Rose McGowan, Rachel Nichols, Jason Momoa, Stephen Lang, Saïd Taghmaoui, Bob Sapp, Leo Howard, Katarzyna Wolejnio, Nonso Anozie, Bashar Rahal & Raw Leiba
DirectorMarcus Nispel
Certificate15 years and over
Year2011
LanguagesEnglish