Merlin and the War of the Dragons
In 5th Century Britian, a young Merlin struggles for his place in his known land under the tutelage of The Mage, a local wizard whom sees the young man's potential for magic, as well as face off against his evil former friend, Vendiger, whom plots with a feudal warlord king to conquer all of Britian using an army of flying dragons, and only Merlin with the alliance of the local Prince Uther and Ingraine and a pair of mystical goddesses, can have the power to stop the evil from taking over the land.
- Stars:Simon Lloyd-Roberts, Joseph Stacey, Dylan Jones, Hefin Wyn, Jürgen Prochnow, William Huw, Gary Twomey, Carys Eleri, Nia Ann, Iona Thonger, Dylan Thomas, Iago McGuire, Dennis Carr, Peter Hind, Iwan Benneyworth,
- Director:Mark Atkins,
- Writer:Jon Macy (screenplay)
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(br) wrote: I saw this at PIFF and it was an absolute joy, especially the first part where I had no idea what to expect. Catch it if you can!
(de) wrote: Shrooms is your typical teen slasher movie. What made me interested in this is the idea that the characters were all on mushrooms. However, the story is predictable as are the twists. The characters, as with all these movies, make the wrong the decisions and probably deserve their fate due to their stupidity (or in this case they could blame the mushrooms!)
(nl) wrote: See review on double of this film listing.
(es) wrote: Wasabi es una rpida pelcula de accin ambientada entre Francia y Japn.Posee una buen ritmo, logra ser jocosa y emotiva.Un buen filme de entretencin.
(au) wrote: As a standalone film, perhaps a little less of an impact, but watched together with the first part this is among the best documentaries ever made about something which should hit any human hard.
(ca) wrote: hehehehhehe. ozons best film s u p e r b
(au) wrote: I appreciated some of the realism, but didn't find myself too drawn in emotionally to any of the events taking place on screen. The rough-around-the-edges non-actor performances kind of hold the film back at times. It doesn't stick out too much aesthetically (perhaps a limitation of its neo-realist genre), but still, even De Sica and Fellini's older films have daring cinematic choices. This does not. Maybe I'm just tired of the typical "difficulty of day-to-day life" foreign fare.
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(nl) wrote: Will Hay comedies are excellent, & this is a jewel in the crown. Delightful comedy and it lasts the years superbly. Look out for the "watch on the line..."
(gb) wrote: A complete tonal shift from other Harris adaptations, but an entertaining revenge thriller nonetheless.
(us) wrote: Bay-watching & Knight-riding in a galaxy far, far away... A fun sci-fi throwback to the old 30s and 40s serials--Epic adventure where the forces of good fight the forces of evil in outer space!!
(nl) wrote: Nods to several classic films, though I see a story arc which makes The Artist a cross between Sullivan's Travels & A Star is Born. Of course casting the director's wife - he must have written the script with her in mind - also harkens back to the silent era. She should be credited as the muse for Michel's Oscars.