A Knight's Tale

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.

After his master dies, peasant-born William Thatcher begins a quest to change his stars, win the heart of an exceedingly fair maiden and rock his medieval world, creates a new identity for himself as a knight. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Luke P (ru) wrote: I can't wait to see it again.

kayleigh s (es) wrote: not as good as the original but my daughter loves it

O S (gb) wrote: Not badAnd not good. In other words - not recommended

William S (kr) wrote: It was a slow mix of bullsh*t, come on. A few scenes are alright, but a good chunk of the film are freaking montages and second director unit clips. The quality of camera work is good though.

Brett W (mx) wrote: Mostly lame and boring.

Kenneth K (ca) wrote: Hmmm. No critics to review this masterpiece? I wonder. This should be required film viewing for EVERY film critic, screenwriter, director, actor and anyone working behind the camera. It is apparent that not one critic has the balls to review this scathing documentary that taught me more about American cinema than any film one would see in film school. This is, again, why critics didn't like Spike Lee's BAMBOOZLED which this film was his inspiration for that film. I love this film and wish Melvin would update it for a post 70's look at film. There is a part where he discusses how he came to do film without the Hollywood aesthetics that created the "cooning" Negros that were dominant on the screen prior to the seventies. I can never get enough of this film which has a rich historical texture to it. It explains what others films cannot, and why didn't Roger Ebert review it? uh huh. That is what I thought. RIP Roger but you missed the boat on this one. Long live Melvin Van Peebles - a beautiful man who had the guts to "take it to the man".

Panos M (de) wrote: Disappointingly dull.

Oliver P (es) wrote: interesting dark western with a good tone and sense of foreboding but rescue scene at the end feels far fetched.

Andrey B (de) wrote: Bravo! Outstanding! Modern thrillers should learn from this absolutely perfect noir\thriller. The Oscar deserving performances from Joan Crawford and Jack Palance are very convincing and live, the direction is so scrupulous and flawless it makes you wonder what happened to the thrillers of today.

Alex T (de) wrote: Superbly written, understated, but hilarious black comedy.

Patrick K (ca) wrote: Plays like documentary rather than drama and on trial with Mary Surratt is our Constitution. I could only wonder what our 16th president would have thought of this flick..."America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves." - Abraham Lincoln. Grade: C