Red Eagle (2011)

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The Red Eagle takes place during the 1760's-1810's, where Portugal, France and England are all trying to take over Spain. A man named, "The Red Eagle", is the hero among people, a man who ... See full summary »

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31 December 2017 | Kirpianuscus
a mistake
I love the serie. And I hate the film. Because all seems forced, fake, predictable and artificial. Sure, the prize is the meet with the heroes from the serie. But it seems be the only good point. And the low budget or the desire to use the succes of serie are not the reasonable explanations. Something missing. But, maybe, the bitter taste is only result of the enthusiasm for the adventures of Aguila Roja who, in this film, remains only a Robin Hood prisoner of a too naive line. conclusion - it is a wise thought to not transform each serie in glory in a film with poor succes.

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