A Knight's Tale
William Thatcher, a peasant, is sent to apprentice with a Knight named Hector as a young boy. Urged by his father to "change his Stars", he assumes Sir Hector's place in a tournament when Hector dies in the middle of it. He wins. With the other apprentices, he trains and assumes the title of Sir Ulrich von Lichtenstein.
- Stars:Heath Ledger, Rufus Sewell, Shannyn Sossamon, Paul Bettany, Laura Fraser, Mark Addy, Alan Tudyk, Bérénice Bejo, Scott Handy, James Purefoy, Leagh Conwell, Christopher Cazenove, Steven O'Donnell, Jonathan Slinger, Nick Brimble,
- Director:Brian Helgeland,
- Writer:Brian Helgeland
After his master dies, a peasant squire, fueled by his desire for food and glory, creates a new identity for himself as a knight. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Knight's Tale torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I like the twist at the end. And the fact that they used todays technology in this film
(mx) wrote: In the beginning of Rent-A-Car, a man digs gobs of messy fried chicken out of a box of Fruit Loops. Really, this would be a perfect place to stop the review as it's all you need to know about this upcoming Maverick Entertainment Group release, which recently landed on my desk. However, I'm going to elaborate more on this fine film anyway. Li'l Man (the aforementioned whom keeps his chicken in the cereal box) and D-Stacks realize that their days of randomly hocking bootleg DVDs on the streets are numbered when the local crime lord/record producer starts unleashing his own brand of copyright enforcement that the RIAA can only have naughty dreams about. They were apparently extremely good at the bootleg trade, considering they landed a Rent-A-Ride overnight. Of course, this only delays the wrath of our local insane record producer as he leaves a big wad of his own ill-gotten gains in a rented car that just happens to go AWOL, and then gives Li'l Man and D-Stack an ultimatum to get the cash back or face less-than-pleasant consequences. Throughout this ordeal, our heroic duo deals with delinquent renters, an up-and-coming rapper, and an ex-convict who's mind, by and large, never left the penitentiary. It's a perverse, outrageous undertaking from beginning to end and will be sure to keep you in stitches. Rent-A-Car comes out on DVD on July 13, 2010. Rent it, buy it or queue it. Word! -Richard Snyder (Intimidator of the Realm) *sponsored post
(fr) wrote: We humans cannot help but to categorize and defame others who are different. It must be in our DNA. Good but a bit redundant by the end.
(jp) wrote: One of the funniest horror movies ever made. The sequel's not bad, either.
(it) wrote: Man this movie, Steve Carells amazing performance works this movie to the right place..... I loved this moving, eye opening, drama, perfect mix of funny and dramatic stuff and just the amount of Steve Carells awkward charecter, that you can't just help to feel sorry for... Amazing movie!!!! 5/5 stars
(ag) wrote: Rhys Ifans really steals this for me. His downtrodden Dek is a terrific performance, his silence filled with both meekness and strength, in contrast to Robert Carlyle's gruff Jimmy. Finn Atkins is also really good as Marlene, with strong support from Kathy Burke and Ricky Tomlinson. I loved a lot of the Western genre references - long establishing shots, a sense of scale, both low and high camera angles, and a nice mix of music too. A lovely 'small' domestic film with some strong acting and a great sense of style.
(ru) wrote: Bounce was just a failure and it was hard to point out what made it a bad movie, maybe it was too sloppy and not enough useful in everything that was involving about it. It had such a predictable story and it was not going anywhere. The story never became emotional or engaging. You don't care for the characters and anything else that was happening. The plot was bad, it was like an original movie with unrealistic ingredients. It did not work here and it made the story to be far from interesting.Gwyneth Paltrow gave her best efforts but it was like a waste of time to me. Most of the other actors did not seem at place, they were not helped by an unrealistic writing and a bad dialog.
(it) wrote: I love this movie!! It's full of grace!!
(it) wrote: Every now and then I sit down and intentionally watch a bad movie to warn readers if it worth your time for the comedic values or just plain awful. Theodore Rex falls into the just plain awful category and one of the most bizarre movies Hollywood ever made. In order to fully get through this movie you'll need a six pack of your favorite beer hoping you won't have to drink any. The premise of Theodore Rex is idiotic with no potential that it should be viewed with low expectations. It starts with a bad text crawl which alone should indicates you're not going to watch anything good and explains the villain plans, which is a good thing since the actor who plays the villain can't speak clearly. When you're watching a movie about a talking T-Rex (the title is both a bad pun and the main character name) who's a detective solving crime in the future, you'll need drink alone. With the premise out of the way, you'll get an opening that both confusing and annoying, which involves a man killing a dinosaur with a Butterfly which blows up to reveal it was a dream. The movie gets even more over the top, which I thought couldn't be possible as you'll learn that dinosaurs have physic powers. At this point I'm barely at the beginning at the movie and already drank two beers, which I then decided to throw one beer can away to guarantee I wouldn't get my stomach pump. Unfortunately Theodore Rex didn't make that easy as the humor in this movie relies too much on Theodore knocking things over with his tail and eating cookies and are a frequent running gag. Although one unintentional laugh comes from the scene where Theodore and with his partner Coltrane (played Whoopi Goldberg) go to see a dinosaur dead body which just happened to be a museum. To avoid being lengthy and too detailed because Theodore Rex doesn't that kind of that of time, I'm going to write about certain scenes. Like how a dinosaur bar scene that looks like something you would see if you got drunk (which unfortunately I wasn't while drinking), and has a Molly Rex eating flowers which Theodore gave to her. Also, you'll be asking this too, why did the villain henchman destroyed Theodore car and then threw Custer pies at him? Which I have to honest is the only thing normal in this bizarre mess. The same could said about the dialogue as the commissioner actually says to Goldberg she embarrassed the force, were the writers drunk and forget that they were writing a movie about a talking T-Rex solving crime in the future. To date, this is the only movie I know off where you can hear a dinosaur say "Cookie, cookie, cookie" and "It's a hairy hotdog", which is really pathetic. I have to mention this one scene in the Toymaker warehouse where you'll see Goldberg, a T-Rex, a finger puppet, and hairy hotdog that turns into a butterfly. This was the point where I had nothing more drink, so I kept watching which clearly was a bad decision. In that same warehouse the Toymaker blows up his building and doesn't exit the building. I will give Theodore Rex some credit for having a story that manages to get worse the longer it goes. Now having watched this and over a hundred movies, this has the most anti-climactic climax I've ever seen as Theodore stops a doomsday device with a push of a button. Worst writing ever in a movie ever? Definitely much better than most of the bad movies I've seen. As for everything else, you should also have low expectations. The animatronics make the special effects and roaring shark from Jaws 4 The Revenge look realistic. These animatronics are cheap and have very noticeable bad lip movements; it also doesn't help the movie when you a have T-Rex flying the air making bird sounds. With all the bad negative about animatronics out the way, the only positive is that the dinosaurs weren't CGI which in my opinion is a welcome in a time were CGI are in to many movies. The same goes for the acting which ranges from bad, super bad, so bad I have no idea what you're saying, did I really just see a dinosaur singing bad, and finally, what were the cast thinking saying yes to this movie bad. One odd thing about this movie is that this is the second time I see Richard Roundtree in a very poorly written movie. The editing is a mess as well, especially when two scenes keep going back and forth when they have no connection to each other. This movie manages to get everything wrong, but considering what I've seen in the past, including De Lift a horror movie about a killer elevator, you could do worse. Theodore Rex is movie is a weirdly imaginative mess that truly does makes you wonder how this ever got made. While Theodore Rex is certainly not one the worst movies ever made, it comes pretty close to being one of the worst.
(es) wrote: so ripped I cant believe how much this Series changed over the 4 of them that I have seen. They all have somethings in common good martial arts, good actors or bad ones and great storylines. They all have good fight scenes that keep me enertained atleast
(it) wrote: The funniest documentary I've seen and a great detailing of the dangers of introducing alien species.
(fr) wrote: A very nice little picture, but nothing all that special, Alice Adams is what it is. The story of a beautiful, yet poor, girl played by Katharine Hepburn who trys so hard to come of as a social debuntante. When she meets a nice young man (Fred MacMurray) things get a little complicated. It is very much like all the other romantic comedies of it's time, which is why I didn't rate it higher. However Hepburn is stunning, and gives another spectacular performance. Worth watching, but others are better (Woman of the Year, A Philadelphia Story). Overall 3.0/4 Stars Grade = B
(br) wrote: This movie was well done but way to convoluted for its own good. It has a definite "rashomon" quality and it would have been better if they kept it at just that. it sad that films today still make this mistake by forcing to many twists.
(fr) wrote: Amazing film which takes me right back to being 6 years old