In September, Film Now dedicates the fourth week to adventure productions

In September, Film Now dedicates the fourth week to lovers of adventure productions.

On Wednesday, September 22, from 20:00, viewers can watch Conan the Barbarian / Conan (2011).Conan, the legendary fighter who has fascinated the world for eight decades, witnesses the assassination of his father and the fundamental destruction of the village where he grew up. The protagonist is more determined than ever to take revenge and sets off in search of the assassins. Raised in a hostile environment, he learned all the characteristics necessary to face the most terrible enemies: ogres, monsters and wizards with unimaginable powers. The bloody war takes Conan in unsuspected ways and his fight for survival goes faster than he would have imagined at epic dimensions. Find out only at Film Now if the Conan fighter can cope with the terrible confrontation with the evil forces!

The Revenant / The Revenant: The Legend of Hugh Glass (2015) can be seen at Film Now on Friday, September 24, at 9:35 p.m.On an expedition in the 1820s in an unexplored American area, a team of hunters is attacked by Indians. The survivors manage to escape, led by the legendary Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio). At one point, after leaving the watercourse and sinking into the forest, Glass is attacked by a grizzly bear. He is on the verge of death, and the leader of the group decides that John Fitzgerald, Hawk and Bridger should stay behind to take care of Hugh Glass and bury him as a Christian. John Fitzgerald kills Hawk, Glass’s son, and tricks Bridger into telling him that the Indians are approaching. The two leave and Hugh Glass is left alone in the desert where he endures unimaginable pain. Eager for revenge, Hugh Glass must survive in the snow, without food, without weapons and with deadly wounds.

On Saturday, September 25, at 21:25, Film Now broadcasts The Golden Compass (2007). The action of the production presents the adventures of Lyra Belacqua, an orphan who lives in a parallel world that is very similar to ours. But in this world, a dogmatic and powerful force called the Magisterium conspires to put an end to tolerance and free liberation. The poor, orphans and children of the Gypsies disappear into the hands of a group that the children call the Cobblers. Lyra discovers that Mrs. Coulter (Nicole Kidman) leads these cobblers. Rescued by the Gypsies, Lyra joins them on a journey north in search of the missing children. See only at Film Now if she will be able to save them and if her intentions. Coulters are really evil.

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