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Kings of the Sun Movie Download

Kings of the Sun YTS
Kings of the Sun YTS
1963
Action / Adventure / Drama / History / Thriller
4
6.1/10
2.1K
1 hr 48 min

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Plot Summary:
In order to flee from powerful enemies, young Mayan king Balam leads his people north across the Gulf of Mexico to the coast of what will become the United States. They build a home in the new land but come into conflict with a tribe of Native Americans led by their chief, Black Eagle, while both Balam and Black Eagle fall in love the beautiful Mayan princess Ixchel.
Director
J. Lee Thompson
Top Cast
Yul Brynner as Chief Black Eagle

James Coburn as Narrator

Victoria Vetri as Ixzubin

Barry Morse as Ah Zok


Kings of the Sun 1963 720p.BluRay

807.13 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
25.000 fps
1 hr 48 min
Seeds 2.

Kings of the Sun 1963 1080p.BluRay

1.64 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
25.000 fps
1 hr 48 min
Seeds 2.

Kings of the Sun review

Reviewed by EdgarST

4 / 10

Strange Affair
I did not see this film when it was originally released. I was 12 then, but for some reason I was not attracted to it. So today, when I have finally seen it, I am not moved by nostalgia, as it often happens to me when I revisit films from my youth. This one is truly a poor motion picture, for all the reasons some reviewers have indicated: awful script and dialogs, inaccuracy of several sorts, corny costumes and settings, unbelievable hair styles, Caucasian actors playing natives of the American continent, and very bad acting, especially from Yul Brynner who overdid the macho number he created for the King of Siam, posing as if he were doing a photo shoot for “Tomorrow’s Man” or any other male physique magazine of the 1960sÂ… Today it seems worse, with everybody speaking the same language (English), but with different USA accents, except Shirley Anne Field who did her best British phrasing. As for the score, once Elmer Bernstein complained in a letter he wrote me (he is the only composer I have ever exchanged correspondence with) that he had not convinced any record company to issue “Kings of the Sun”, one of his favorite film scores. If heard apart from the visuals, I am sure it works, but to most ears quite probably it sounds as the score for a western or biblical film. As it is, it sounds strange adding musical comments to images that pretend to convey life in America the continent, before the arrival of the European conquistadorsÂ… Bernstein was not all that wrong, in any case, for scriptwriter James R. Webb worked on this one just after “How the West Was Won” and before “Cheyenne Autumn”, maybe taking it for another western without horses.Read More