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Ratings & Reviews

  1. En Sangers Bøn's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Medieval fairy tale turned into a sentimental melodrama with a very cheesy 80s atmosphere. Totally dated and unessential.

  2. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Love story helped by an excellent chemistry between Rutger Hauer and Michelle Pfeiffer and the romantic fantasy has an epic idea, but is ruined by a non-stop talking comic Matthew Broderick at the start who is annoying at the start. The editing is also weak, but the worst is Alan Parson's very 1985 soundtrack.

  3. FISCHER's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Romantisme, passion et magie au Moyen-Age pour un film d'ambiance et d'époque bien reconstitué, d'une originalité certaine et prenante...

  4. spasmolytic's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    The way he says Isabeau at the end, made me know that this is good stuff. Nailed it.

  5. the_mentaculus's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Gorgeous cinematography, a tight, fantastical story, and memorable characters (well acted) make up for any other deficiencies - except one. I love Alan Parsons to death, but the soundtrack sounded like the Project's cover of the NES Zelda theme song. But no matter - the film's heart is well in the right place.

  6. Rosina Rossini's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Already can't remember this one.

  7. lostlevel's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    It's not the strongest film of it's ilk but it's a fairly amusing lazy Sunday afternoon kind of movie that isn't challenging but is pretty in an 80s kinda way.

  8. THE APOLL0's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Matthew Broderick's character should not have been in this film

  9. Mark O. Stack's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Another 1985 fantasy film that Nintendo would crib from but, unlike Legend, Ladyhawke had to wait 20 years.

  10. its katie's rating of the film Ladyhawke

  11. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Miscasting of Broderick almost sabotages the film. His medieval proto-Bueller bumbles about without credibility; his endless whining all but undermining the stoical conviction of Hauer & the mysterious cool of Pfeiffer; the story's unrequited lovers left fated by supernatural forces to remain forever apart. The eccentric 80s soundtrack worked for me, but it's Storaro's widescreen cinematography that is the real star.

  12. Fabio Nosotti's rating of the film Ladyhawke

  13. m.morbo's rating of the film Ladyhawke

  14. Cruth A Bháis's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    La mia definizione di film da andazzo generale.

  15. Tyler Aikens's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Plug your ears, and the movie is passable. Goddamn Broderick and Alan fucking Parson!

  16. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    Reasonably entertaining medieval fantasy. It's certainly pretty cheesy at times, but it's a handsome production, with the Italian countryside lushly photographed by Vittorio Storaro. Rutger Hauer is intense, per usual, and Michelle Pfeiffer is gorgeous, per usual; though Matthew Broderick gets annoying real quick, as does the very 80s score. It'll never be any kind of a classic, but watchable.

  17. Adam Knabe's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    What could be a mildly entertaining film is ruined by a ridiculous 80's synth score and Matthew Broderick in a role that grows even more annoying every time he talks, and he talks a lot.

  18. Eleanor Abernathy's rating of the film Ladyhawke

    don't make fun of the soundtrack...there are loads of bands out there dedicated to recreating that sound!!