Kayley (Jessalyn Gilsig) dreams of being one of the Knights of the Round Table; and she gets her chance when the fabled sword of Excalibur is lost. With the aid of a goofy two headed dragon, Kayley race to find the lost sword to save King Arthur and Camelot from disaster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Quest for Camelot
During the times of King Arthur, Kayley is a brave girl who dreams of following her late father as a Knight of the Round Table. The evil Ruber wants to invade Camelot and take the throne of King Arthur, and Kayley has to stop him.
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Eliabeth H (ag) wrote: this was streamable through Netflix and since Lydia (and Gloria) are obsessed with mermaids, I though they might enjoy it.Overall it was pretty slow, and we didn't really follow why the guy was bad and what was happening, there were lots of talking parts for little kids but really we should have just fastforwarded to see the mermaid swimming parts. And Greece is beautiful-I want to go!
Barney o (au) wrote: WHAT I LIKED: My favourite things in the world are intellegent pieces of art that just flatout refuse to take themselves seriously. 'Shaun of the Dead' is definitely one of those things, as first and foremost it's one hell of a quirky, self-aware and satyrical take on the zombie apocalypse that will have you grinning from ear to ear from start to finish. The humour is very smart, but what takes this film up a level is the intellegence of everything else. Yes the genious who is Edgar Wright not only packs this film with plenty of inventive action and masterfully-built tension, he also deals with some great ideas in a brilliantly unique way; visually, through the tight script, as well as with two great characters who are protrayed extremelly well by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. In the end, this could have been a hilarious satire on it's own, but because of how clever it is, it's something far more. You could easily go as far as saying it's a satire of humanity itself.WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: Like any good artist, Wright does take his madness a little too far at times. This is particularly the case in that lengthly third act...VERDICT: A film that could probably stand on it's own as a satire, or as a serious zombie drama; 'Shuan of the Dead' is a great movie in more ways than one.
Alex K (nl) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.
Timmay Timmay s her 2 death (nl) wrote: While it may come off as sad and romantic, 'Dying Young' is ultimately just another over-the-top tearjerker.
Tim S (gb) wrote: The thing about The Valley of the Gwangi that I find so extraordinary is that it's more or less a remake of King Kong. It's not difficult to understand that once you know that Willis O'Brien tried to make this film for years before his death. There were a lot of unintentional Kong clones (and some intentional), but I think the idea is sort of universal in nature. In this instance, it's not about feeling pity for the creature at all. It's cowboys against dinosaurs, with James Franciscus (who strikingly reminds me of Burt Lancaster) in the lead. The story moves pretty slowly, setting up the characters before the real point of interest begins, which is the T. Rex. It really leads to nowhere, as the characters are all just screaming chaos and there's no real resolution to their story at the end. Oh well, it doesn't matter much I guess. Harryhausen's stop-motion effects are fantastic and the idea is pretty neat, but the film doesn't hold up as a whole piece, in my opinion.
Paul D (de) wrote: The success of the first one of these films is carried on, pardon the pun. Some more good situational jokes make a decent laugh in.
Abdulai A (au) wrote: This movie changes the history of film making
Ryan V (jp) wrote: Groucho Marx plays a shifty stage producer whose racked up a substantial debt at the hotel he's using to lodge the cast for his latest show. The ornery hotel inspector (Donald MacBride) is on the verge of closing the production before it even opens, but a dosage of Marxian mayhem could win the day once again. The Marx Brothers starred in some of the funniest movies ever made, but the law of diminishing returns had set in by the time this one came to screen. Most of the scenes in this story turgidly drag on while lacking any memorable bits. Room Service, which wasn't written with the Marx Brothers in mind, doesn't have enough of Groucho's witticisms, Harpo's pantomime antics, or Chico's conniving.
Daniela A (ru) wrote: Even though this is not the most original movie on the romantic comedy field, is by far one of my favourites. It's funny and light, and it doesn't need to get to a depressive point to make you feel happy at the end.
intuciic (ca) wrote: amazing movie!!!!!! one of the best Bruce`s movies!!!!!