Aksel Hennie, athens, Brett Ratner, death, ditattura, Diva Tamina, Dwayne Johnson, family, fight, friendship, greece, Hercules The Thracian Wars, Ian McShane, Ingrid Bolsø Berdal, Irina Shayk, Joe Anderson, John Hurt, Joseph Fiennes, justice, mercenaries, murderers, of, Peter Mullan, Rebecca Ferguson, Reece Ritchie, Rufus Sewell, Tobias Santelmann, tyrants, Universal Pictures, victory, war
A man searching for himself because he has suffered an injustice, can not do less than justice to those who suffer wrongs.
Who is strong and has the heart, because it is in the heart that we know what is right and what is wrong, always defend and protect those who are threatened by evil.
Even a mercenary, like Hercules in this movie, it may become a hero, but not because he is the son of God, that is just the legend of the myths created by man; Hercules bleeding like a man who loves a man, who suffers as a man, becomes a hero because you do not give in to anything and continues to fight for justice until his death.
And a good man is always surrounded and protected by the power of that alliance and sincere friends, for they are like a real family.
A man, not a demigod, can really change the world, if, in the struggle has, at his side, the right team.