Restless Knights

Restless Knights

Set in Medieval times, the stooges learn they are of royal blood and vow to save the kingdom. They become the queen's royal guards but are sentenced to die when the queen is abducted on the orders of the evil prime minister. The stooges escape, free the queen, and end up knocking each other out.

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Konrad A (au) wrote: Would you like the cat in the hat to tell you about Christmas we'll hear we go nice for kids to see!!

Toby E (au) wrote: Ignore the title... this is a fun comedy centred along the 'bromance' lines with alot of misjudgements in the mix that result in an amusing story that unfolds.

Jason L (jp) wrote: Loved it it was hilarious

Jim G (ag) wrote: Another outstanding documentary from Errol Morris, this details the abuses at Abu Ghraib by the people who carried them out. They're mostly unrepentant, still carting out the "just following orders" defence that screwed them at their trials. Of course people above them should have been booted out too but when you have Lynndie England smirking when recalling forcing a prisoner to masturbate you lose sympathy. Morris emphasises the abuse and cover ups that must have taken place off-camera but make no mistake: these were not innocent stooges screwed over. They were guilty. And then they were screwed over.

bill s (ag) wrote: Bravo.....went in blind to this shocking thriller and my trust in well done story telling is refilled.

Carla M (ag) wrote: The plight of the Tibetans shown at it's finest. How a message from the Dalai Lama affected them..heart wretching.

Julia L (ag) wrote: Enjoyable look at the glam pop era, with great songs. Shame about the meandering script and too many references to Wilde, adding further weirdness to an already bizarre tale. With a tighter script could have been a five star movie. McGregor is excellent as Wild, Rhys Meyers not so much playing the super enigmatic cypher Slade.

Bunster G (ca) wrote: Excellent documentary with some rare interviews and great footage. This documentary shows more about the inside workings of the SS than the actual concentration camps and such. It goes into great detail about the history of the Nazi leaders and how they recruted and initiated members, their rituals and pagan belief systems, and their numerous ties to occult practices.

Fellipe M (ag) wrote: "Natural Born Killers"is a satirical, bloated and confusing movie that turned out to be one of the wickedest (and unique) experiences i've ever had as a cinema lover. 4/5 stars

Jason J (ca) wrote: The sequel to The Heroic Trio. Not quite as brilliant as the original but still entertaining.

Andrej B (ca) wrote: I just came back from this and I barely remember it. Something about spies and triple agents? and uhh...nudity and some make-out scenes but no real sex! Delightfully 80s and knowingly campy. My favourite scene is the telephone company which just...you just have to see it! Also, this has got to be the least creative scientist character in the film industry. His main devices involve strapping a bomb to something that already exists. Some of these are even flat out bad ideas! Like the Boomerang with a bomb attached to it. Ahhhh!!!

Aidan B (fr) wrote: Finally, Kurosawa's first actual movie. It's still a bit heavy on the politics, but it gets better after the first half hour. The characters are much more fleshed out than in his earlier stuff, and shows great growth for Kurosawa. Overall it's pretty good.

Gina W (kr) wrote: Richard Gere was very good in this thriller of a man's world colliding when he is about to be charged with fraud.

Danny M (mx) wrote: I've honestly seen this film at least 100 times. But watched it recently and thought it was ok at best. Humour really isn't anything special.

Tanner B (br) wrote: Night at the Museum (2006) ??? D: Shawn Levy. Ben Stiller, Carla Gugino, Ricky Gervais, Robin Williams, Mickey Rooney, Dick Van Dyke, Jake Cherry. Father Stiller, who's desperate to prove himself to his son, recruits himself as a night guard at Manhattan's Museum of Natural History, where at nighttime the artifacts on display come alive. Imaginative fantasy for kids may very well entertain parents as well; a unique idea with funny results and engaging special effects. One of Stiller's few successes. Owen Wilson appears unbilled. Followed by two sequels you shouldn't bother with.

Chris W (de) wrote: The best mind-f*** yet!

Stephen B (es) wrote: it had a very strange story but it tells the story of the music industry from the 1990's