History YMMV / BrotherhoodOfTheWolf

14th Sep '17 11:20:55 AM LittleBuster
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* FollowTheLeader: The fighting scenes of the film were clearly inspired by Film/Matrix. At the same time, the film itself revived the trend for adventure historical films with a good staging of battles.

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* FollowTheLeader: The fighting scenes of the film were clearly inspired by Film/Matrix.Film/{{Matrix}}. At the same time, the film itself revived the trend for adventure historical films with a good staging of battles.
14th Sep '17 11:20:34 AM LittleBuster
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* EvilIsCool: [[spoiler: Jean-Fran & ccedil;ois is unusually stylish and cool, not least because of the young Vincent Cassel playing him.]]

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* EvilIsCool: [[spoiler: Jean-Fran & ccedil;ois Jean-François is unusually stylish and cool, not least because of the young Vincent Cassel playing him.]]
14th Sep '17 11:20:05 AM LittleBuster
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* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a Indian doing kung fu might sound new, but the 1969's film ''The Undefeated'', directed by Andrew V.
Mclaglen and starring Creator/JohnWayne, already featured an Indian character shooting flying kicks and such in a rather tongue-in-cheek brawl scene.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a Indian doing kung fu might sound new, but the 1969's film ''The Undefeated'', directed by Andrew V. \n Mclaglen and starring Creator/JohnWayne, already featured an Indian character shooting flying kicks and such in a rather tongue-in-cheek brawl scene.
14th Sep '17 11:19:50 AM LittleBuster
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* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a Indian doing kung fu might sound new, but the 1969's film ''The Undefeated'', directed by Andrew V. Mclaglen and starring Creator/JohnWayne, already featured an Indian character shooting flying kicks and such in a rather tongue-in-cheek brawl scene.

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* CultClassic: Despite the age, this film still has a lot of fans because of its unusual combination of fantasy, martial arts and France of the 18th century.
* EvilIsCool: [[spoiler: Jean-Fran & ccedil;ois is unusually stylish and cool, not least because of the young Vincent Cassel playing him.]]
* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a Indian doing kung fu might sound new, but the 1969's film ''The Undefeated'', directed by Andrew V.
Mclaglen and starring Creator/JohnWayne, already featured an Indian character shooting flying kicks and such in a rather tongue-in-cheek brawl scene.scene.
* FollowTheLeader: The fighting scenes of the film were clearly inspired by Film/Matrix. At the same time, the film itself revived the trend for adventure historical films with a good staging of battles.
4th Sep '17 5:27:16 PM Saveelich
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* AcceptableEthnicTargets: The gypsies are portraited as little more than bloodthirsty mercenaries. It is actually a better play on them than most of the public opinion about them in France in overall Europe.



* CrazyAwesome: [[spoiler:Jean-Francois]] in a bad guy example.



6th Sep '16 12:43:41 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Jean-François de Morangias]] appears to be a foppish, [[EvilCripple crippled aristocrat]], but is in reality [[ObfuscatingDisability a deadly enforcer for an evil cult]]. After returning from Africa, he brought with him a lion that he [[TheBeastmaster controls]] and keeps in a state of constant agony, using it to slaughter people while the poor creature is in so much pain it can't control itself. he also reveals a rather [[BrotherSisterIncest perverse lust towards his sister Marianne]] and later rapes her. While he is merely TheDragon to the Cult's leader, he comes off as the far more cruel, evil and deadly of the two and his mastery of the Beast indicates he might [[DragonInChief be the one really in charge.]]

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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Jean-François de Morangias]] appears to be a foppish, [[EvilCripple crippled aristocrat]], but is in reality [[ObfuscatingDisability a deadly enforcer for an evil cult]]. After returning from Africa, he brought with him a lion that he [[TheBeastmaster controls]] and keeps in a state of constant agony, using it to slaughter people while the poor creature is in so much pain it can't control itself. he He also reveals a rather [[BrotherSisterIncest perverse lust towards his [[spoiler:his sister Marianne]] and later rapes her. While he is merely TheDragon to the Cult's leader, he comes off as the far more cruel, evil and deadly of the two and his mastery of the Beast indicates he might [[DragonInChief be the one really in charge.]]charge]].
6th Sep '16 12:41:01 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Jean-Francois]] appears to be a foppish, [[EvilCripple crippled aristocrat]], but is in reality [[ObfuscatingDisability a deadly enforcer for an evil cult]]. After returning from Africa, he brought with him a lion that he [[TheBeastmaster controls]] and keeps in a state of constant agony, using it to slaughter people while the poor creature is in so much pain it can't control itself. he also reveals a rather [[BrotherSisterIncest perverse lust towards his sister Marianne]] and later rapes her. While he is merely TheDragon to the Cult's leader, he comes off as the far more cruel, evil and deadly of the two and his mastery of the Beast indicates he might [[DragonInChief be the one really in charge.]]

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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Jean-Francois]] Jean-François de Morangias]] appears to be a foppish, [[EvilCripple crippled aristocrat]], but is in reality [[ObfuscatingDisability a deadly enforcer for an evil cult]]. After returning from Africa, he brought with him a lion that he [[TheBeastmaster controls]] and keeps in a state of constant agony, using it to slaughter people while the poor creature is in so much pain it can't control itself. he also reveals a rather [[BrotherSisterIncest perverse lust towards his sister Marianne]] and later rapes her. While he is merely TheDragon to the Cult's leader, he comes off as the far more cruel, evil and deadly of the two and his mastery of the Beast indicates he might [[DragonInChief be the one really in charge.]]
26th Jul '15 8:17:06 AM RagingHigher
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* AcceptableEthnicTargets: The gypsies are portraited as little more than bloodthirsty mercenaries. It is actually a better play on them than most of the public opinion about them in France in overall Europe.


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* CrazyAwesome: [[spoiler:Jean-Francois]] in a bad guy example.
* OlderThanTheyThink: The idea of a Indian doing kung fu might sound new, but the 1969's film ''The Undefeated'', directed by Andrew V. Mclaglen and starring Creator/JohnWayne, already featured an Indian character shooting flying kicks and such in a rather tongue-in-cheek brawl scene.
19th Oct '13 9:28:42 PM Lightysnake
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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Jean-Francois, who rapes and nearly kills his own sister, aside from forcing the Beast to kill people. Luckily he got what he deserves at the end]].

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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Jean-Francois, who Jean-Francois]] appears to be a foppish, [[EvilCripple crippled aristocrat]], but is in reality [[ObfuscatingDisability a deadly enforcer for an evil cult]]. After returning from Africa, he brought with him a lion that he [[TheBeastmaster controls]] and keeps in a state of constant agony, using it to slaughter people while the poor creature is in so much pain it can't control itself. he also reveals a rather [[BrotherSisterIncest perverse lust towards his sister Marianne]] and later rapes her. While he is merely TheDragon to the Cult's leader, he comes off as the far more cruel, evil and nearly kills deadly of the two and his own sister, aside from forcing mastery of the Beast to kill people. Luckily indicates he got what he deserves at might [[DragonInChief be the end]].one really in charge.]]
13th Oct '13 3:36:19 PM TastySauce
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* TooCoolToLive: [[spoiler:Mani]]

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* TooCoolToLive: [[spoiler:Mani]][[spoiler:Mani]]

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