Gawain was a squire in King Arthur's court when the Green Knight burst in and offered to play a game with a brave knight. No knights stand to defend their king's honor. Except for the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sword of the Valiant: The Legend of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Gawain was a squire in King Arthur's court when the Green Knight burst in and offered to play a game with a brave knight. Gawain journeys across the land, learning about life, saving damsels, and solving the Green Knight's riddle.
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Kai T (ru) wrote: I think this is better than the other Ice Age movies
Lewis L (us) wrote: Interesting but not as exciting as the other Errol Morris movie on Robert McNamara
Aaron C (nl) wrote: There's 91 minutes I'll never get back!
Melthoid S (nl) wrote: Great cinematography and performances despite a director who didn't know how to be succinct. Didn't everyone learn from James Cameron that once a film reaches the 2 hour mark you don't go into a seemingly eternal slow-mo sequence!
Ted C (it) wrote: There's some really fascinating insight into Downey's character here that makes this so much more than just a biography.
Matthew L (kr) wrote: The weakest of all the titles released under the DC Showcase banner but probably because I'm not overly familiar with the character and is was aimed at those already well versed in the characters lore. Personally I need an introductory story as opposed to the character being already established as is the case here. Having said that once again the animation and voice cast are spot on and the 'noir' style of the story worked really well.
Debbie S (de) wrote: Stephen King at his finest.
Samuel B (kr) wrote: The plane rescue, and tracking down murderer cops, this keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the entire movie!
Westleigh Q (de) wrote: Not as heartfelt as the original, but probably more entertaining. Great movie. Bring on #3!
James M (es) wrote: If you ignore the monumentally stupid storyline (which is giving this group of scenes stuck together perhaps more credit than it deserves) then it's actually quite entertaining. But stupid. Really stupid. And I will forget it by tomorrow
Ian C (ca) wrote: Eric Roberts is the balls in this and it makes you think how he ended up starring in so much shit over the years,his character however did remind me of johnnyboy in mean streets.Good supporting cast of mickey rourke,burty young and m.emmet walsh