), One of the most famous Icelandic poets and novelists, has collaborated to write the story of the film. The project is rooted in the myth of Amethle, the same myth that inspired William Shakespeare to write Hamlet. li> 12 Finch-like films with apocalyptic adventures and loyal companions
"The Northern Man" features Swedish actor Alexander Skashgord as Viking Prince, Amelt, King Goodron's son (played by Nicole Kidman) and King Orundil (played by Ethan Hawke). After the murder of his father by his uncle, Fulnier, Amelth, played by the Danish actor Klis Bang, seeks revenge for his father's blood. Golden Globe Award winner Anya Taylor Joy, who previously co-starred with Eggers in "The Wizard," plays the supporting role of Olga, who meets John Kath during the trip. Other notable actors in the film include Willem Dafoe as the stupid Icelandic singer Hemir, Bjork as Sears, and Kate Dickey as Haldora Pickett.
The bloody struggles and harsh realities of the Viking Age not only seem a little scary, but also turn out to be an entertaining film due to their special taste and ingenuity. At the same time, he shows that he does not hesitate to demand his right and take revenge on his father. Of course, this is not the only film that incorporates such themes or refers to the Viking Age. So while the North Man movie is available on the streaming service, this article lists a list of eleven movies that, both in terms of genre and storyline, can bring the "North Man" atmosphere to life for the audience./p>
1. The 13th Warrior
- Director: John McTiernan
- Cast: Antonio Banderas, Omar Sharif, Dennis Storhoy
- Release Date: 99
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 33 out of 100
"The Thirteenth Warrior", which uses a mix of epic stories and historical narratives, was made in 1999. Award-winning actor Antonio Banderas plays Ahmed bin Fazlan, a tenth-century Muslim traveler who travels to Baghdad as Viking ambassador to Bulgaria. But it's not long before Ahmed's character as an ambassador changes to join a team of Viking warriors, becoming their thirteenth warrior, and the predictions come true.
John McTiernan to play The well-known film "Hardcore" directed the film, which looks similar to "The Northern Man". With his realistic view of the Viking Age, he was able to create a unique film.
2. Valhalla Rising
- Director: Nicholas Winding Raffin
- Cast: Mads Mickelson, Gary Lewis, Jimmy Seuss
- Release Date: 2009
- IMDb rating per movie: 6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 74 out of 100
The audience was able to enter Scandinavian Scotland with the 2009 film The Rise of Valhalla. Mads Mickelson, the actor who played Dr. Hannibal Lecter, plays a northern warrior known as the One Eye. Complementary is Martin Stevenson, who plays a young boy who helps one-eyed in his escape plan. The two flee and join a team of Christian Crusaders who take them to the Holy Land to take part in the Crusades. And "Lucifer Rise" is firm. The film tells the story of a violent journey into the past in which the protagonist's revenge and anger can be reminiscent of a northern man. Nicholas Winding Raffen, who made the films "Driving" and The well-known "Neon Devil" directed the film.
3. The Last King
- Director: Niels Gaup
- Cast: Christopher Hugo, Jacob Offetbro
- Release Date: 2016
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 89 out of 100
"Semitic Blood" director Niels Gpp has directed the 2016 Norwegian film "The Last King". The film's events are based on the true story of the Birkbiner rebels, who managed to save the real heir to the Norwegian throne, Hakan Hakanson, by delivering Lillehammer to my Tronds. The story of "The Last King" begins in 1204 with the abduction of King Hakan by the Bagglers. And assigns Squirold (played by Jacob Offbrough) to protect his secret heir. "The Last King", based on a story that is rooted in reality like the story of the "Northern Man", has become a unique medieval drama that can be watched and entertained for hours.
4. The Revenant
- Director: Alejandro Gonzalez Irritu
- Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Will Poulter
- Release Date: 2015
- IMDb rating for movie: 8 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 78 Of the other 100
historical drama films that won a Golden Globe Award, 2015 was "Rising from the Grave." The film is based on a novel by Michael Punk and a 1915 poem entitled The Song of Hugh Glass, both of which tell the story of a frontier named Hugh Glass whose life has been repeatedly told in legends and myths. Leonardo DiCaprio, who won three Golden Globe Awards for his role in the film, was able to bring the glass he lived in 1823 to life on the big screen.
One of his friends, named John Fitzgerald (played by Tom Hardy) is brutally beaten by a grizzly bear, and embarks on a deadly journey, just like Amlet in The Northern Man, to avenge his friend's blood from a wild bear. The film was directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Irritu and he also wrote the film. Of course, Alejandro is best known for his role in the Death Trilogy.
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- Cast: Russell Crowe, Wakeen Phoenix, Connie Nielsen
- Release Date: 2000
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 85 out of 100
It is certainly not possible to compile a list of violent revenge films made in the historical genre without mentioning "Gladiator". The film in which Russell Crowe won the Academy Award for his role as the Roman general Maximus Desimus Meridius. In 180 AD, Emperor Marcus Aurelius wanted to give power to Maximus instead of his son Commodus (played by Joaquin Phoenix). But Commodus, who finds out about it, kills his father, becomes emperor, and crucifies Maximus's wife and son.
After this incident, Maximus undergoes the necessary training to become a gladiator. Although he has turned into a winner who is going to fight for entertainment, he never forgets his plan of revenge against Commodus, and his determination reminds the audience of Ameth. Ridley Scott, who also directed "Alien" and "Blade Runner," directed the Oscar-winning masterpiece.
- Director: Mel Gibson
- Cast: Mel Gibson, Brendan Gleason, Bernard Horsfal
- Release Date: 1995
- IMDb rating for movie: 8.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 78 out of 100
Mel Gibson directed and produced the 1995 film Braveheart, and also starred in the film. The story of the film is based on the Scottish War of Independence and was led by the Scottish Knight known as William Wallace. Fifteenth-century singer Harry Core wrote something about 172 years after Wallace's death, the epic poem of Wallace's heroic deeds, which set a precedent for Mel Gibson to make his film. Gibson plays revenge Wallace in the film, who leads a rebellion against King Edward I after the death of his loved ones by British invaders. Amelth had launched a similar revolt against the ruling power for the bloodshed of his loved ones. "Braveheart" won five Academy Awards, three BAFTAs and a Golden Globe.
The Count of Monte Cristo
- Director: Kevin Reynolds
- Cast: Jim Kavizel, Richard Harris, Lewis Garman
- Release Date: 2002
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: <//> 73 out of 100
Kevin Reynolds, director of "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves", "Fandago" and "Rise", director of the 2002 drama and adventure film "Kenneth Monte Cristo" Was in charge. based on the classic novel by Alexandre Dumas, a French author of the same name, Jim Kavizel, best known for his roles in The Passion of the Christ and The Suspect, plays Edmund Dantes, who is mistakenly imprisoned. Over the years, Dantes manages to escape from prison, amass wealth, and return to France under a new name, Count Monte Cristo. But he has a sinister goal in mind, and that is to take revenge on those who betrayed him. While the story of the film is less violent than "The Northern Man", "Kent Monte Cristo" shows the struggles of a man who wants to regain his lost reputation and take revenge on those who killed him. They were embarrassed to take it.
8. Conan the Barbarian
- Director: Marcus Nispel
- Cast: Jason Momoa, Steven Long
- Release Date: 2011
- IMDb rating per movie: 5.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 25 out of 100
Twentieth Century American Writer Robert E. Howard was able to create Conan the Barbarian, the character who later inspired 1980s films starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 2011, Marcus Nispel directed "Conan the Barbarian." The film tells the story of Conan (Jason Momoa), the son of a Berber chief whose entire tribe is killed by a savage warlord named Khalur Zim (Steven Lang).
This warrior named Zim Nam He is commissioned to destroy all the tribes such as the Konan tribe, and Konan not only seeks revenge on his tribe, but also wants to destroy him forever. "Conan the Barbarian" is a little different from the other movies on our list because it also combines with magic scenes. However, one can not deny the similarities between Conan and Amloth, the "Northern Man", because Conan is just as zealous a warrior as Amloth, and the whole story revolves around revenge.
- Director: Robert Zamkis
- Cast: Ray Winston, Anthony Hopkins, Angelina Jolie
- Release Date: 2007
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.3 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 59 out of 100
Just like the movie "The Northern Man", the story of "Beowulf" originates from legends. Beowulf's Old English Epic became a model for English writers Neil Gaiman and Roger Avari to write the 2007 Beowulf screenplay. In this film, Ray Winston plays the main character, Beowulf, a warrior who travels to Denmark at the behest of King Herotgar (played by Anthony Hopkins). Kill Grandel (played by Crispin Glover) to defend his kingdom and throne. Beowulf manages to do so, but gets angry with Grandel's mother (played by Angelina Jolie), who is a complete demon. Beowulf is the only film on this list made with the help of 3D computer animation.
10. The Eagle
- Director: Kevin McDonald
- Cast: Channing Tatum, Jimmy Bell, Donald Sutherland
- Release Date: 2011
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.2 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 39 out of 39 100
The mysterious disappearance of the Roman Empire Legion, the Ninth Legion of Hispania, in 120 AD inspired the novel The Ninth Eagle in 1954, which Jeremy Brooke was able to write. Turn the historical film "Eagle" into a product of 2011. In this film, Channing Tatum plays Marcus Flavius Aquila, a Roman captain whose father had disappeared as part of the Ninth Legion. Marcus, determined to keep his father's name alive, travels to Scotland to bring back the Legion Eagle. p>
However, in this search, he risks his life and that of his slave Esca. In "The Eagle", unlike "Northern Man", we do not see such a special revenge story, and most of the film's story is about restoring family honor, but in some ways, similarities can still be seen between these films.
- Director: Christine Loring li>
- Cast: Michael Breshbrant, Jeffrey Dean Morganeds, Mads Mickelson
- Release Date: 2014
- IMDb rating per movie: 6.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating: 72 out of 100
Danish director Kristin Loringf managed to direct the Western film "Salvation" in 2014. In this film, Mads Mickelson, who also led the "Valhalla Uprising" on the list, is a Danish man named John who immigrates to the United States in 1864 with his brother Peter (played by Michael Berschbrant). But when his family arrives in the country, they are brutally murdered by a group of thieves. excites. A powerful baron, he uses all his possessions to destroy lives. Just like "The Northern Man," which paved the way for portraying the Nordic and Viking lands, "Salvation" paints a cruel yet realistic picture of the Western lands and their illegal methods of seeking justice.