In 1966 a few eccentric Berkeley college students got together to recreate the last tournament of the Golden Age of Chivalry. Today their legacy lives on in an international organization known as the Society for Creative Anachronism where lords and ladies, knights and artisans create an intricate subculture that even pervades the participants' real lives. Honor and chivalry are the words of the day, but each member struggles to find their own meaning and way amidst the social dynamics that are inherent in any large group. "In Service to the Dream" chronicles a 9-month span in the lives of the populace of the kingdom of Caid, where kings and queens rise and fall, but thousands of people all seem to march to the beats of similar drums.
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Tyler A (br) wrote: sum really bad acted moments, and almost unbearable to watch stupid decisions made by main characters. like the idea behind the story, and there was some scary moments just Couldnt get over how stupid everyone was and why buddy went so crazy when they killed off his chat buddy Bryan guess it was his boyfriend. ending leaves it open for a sequel either that or everyone ends up dead as all the infected people rise up again after there heads exploded
Jeff R (br) wrote: kids love these movies and good family fun!!
Jerry C (jp) wrote: Giant Crocodile eats tourists. Michael Madsen will not tolerate this and hunts the beast down like a modern day captain Ahab. This sounds better than it is. The movie is stupid but watcheable. And you need to see this or you won't be able to understand the much anticipated 'Croc 2'!
Samantha P (it) wrote: Sort of like the blair witch project the way that they've shot this.
Al S (fr) wrote: good movie &sweet story
Martha S (kr) wrote: Not sure why the critics are down on this film--seems they are injecting their own morals into the plot and hating the movie because they don't agree with the lead characters actions. Wonderful film, I've seen it at least 3 times.
Don N (es) wrote: The very best of stylized of violence. Inspired by John Woo, but more enjoyable and accessible than his films. A 90s action must watch.
Daryl R (ru) wrote: Gary Oldman, Lena Olin, dirty cops. What's not to love.
Michael L (mx) wrote: only one or two of the people in this thing can actually act, but it's fun as shit to watch American cultural icons like Timothy Leary philosophizing on the lure of speed and Arlo Guthrie talking about prehistoric fish. Weird conversations in a vignette style...hard to dislike even with all its flaws.
Tara H (jp) wrote: I thought this would be a humdrum, 'slice of life' movie, but it's really quite unusual.
eliard b (ca) wrote: If you're a fetishist, this has got it all: kidnapping, bondage, rape, s&m, and '60s decadence in pop art and excess. Simplistic plot and character development it I'd enjoyable.
Gregory W (it) wrote: still one of her best
Roberto V (us) wrote: Good adaptation of a novel of one of my favorite authors, Thomas Hardy!
Taylor N (us) wrote: Denzel is great but the plot is lacking.