The film chronicles Perceval's knighthood, maturation and eventual peerage amongst the Knights of the Round Table, and also contains brief episodes from the story of Gawain and the crucifixion of Christ.
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Mo L (nl) wrote: Great movie for 10-12 year old girls Chick Flick
Lacy A (ag) wrote: i think the best lines in the film were "I beat my boss senseless with a foam septer" and "your special...but not the kind that requires a helmet" that was about it!
Sylvester K (ca) wrote: I'd bang Thomas... It's not like we have not seen films following the same formula, but P2 is quite a clever low budget film. Angela began a cat and mouse chase after being trapped down inside the parking lot by the crazy security guard. Although there are some problems with the setting, it works out with the nice acting.
Pingyu W (br) wrote: It could be a very painful process of forcing people to change their life-style. Sometimes doing nothing is the best plan. Another touching movie to tell the traditional Chinese family value.
Evan B (au) wrote: hilariously terrible
Wade H (au) wrote: A little predictable, but still effective. The acting is mediocre, which is strange for De Niro and Grammer. But the action and plot were enjoyable for its generic plot.
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Ethan A (mx) wrote: This isn't a Bond film so much as a dark revenge thriller.... with James Bond in it. One of the more gutsy films in the franchise.
Jackson L (br) wrote: One of the most saddest films I've ever seen. Makes me want to see "Letters From Iwo Jima" again.
HM F (nl) wrote: Earnest performances from an eclectic and likable cast and a soundtrack that is hard not to love makes this adaption of the P. F. Kluge novel a nice time-waster on a lazy day. Tom Berenger who is now associated with tough-as-nails characters such as in the Sniper movies plays against type as the Rimbaud-loving shy piano player. Part of the Wonder Years nostalgia industry that took hold in the 80s, the movie offers a strange musical what-if with a soundtrack that crosses 50s do-wop ditties with Bruce Springsteen-like music all happening in 1963! Pare is perfect as Eddie and he manages to sell it even when he delivers some bizarre lines (his bedsheets metaphor for music is strange to say the least) The rock n' roll mystery plot combined with the reminisces through flashbacks of the Wordman's days with the band makes for an interesting structure to watch unfold. The movie has considerable charm and while no classic, I admit to it being a guilty pleasure.
Joe B (ru) wrote: when does a dream, become a nightmare?
Christian K (de) wrote: Fantastic depication of the complexity of greed and morality.
Van R (ca) wrote: Andr De Toth's brisk 74 minute western "Riding Shotgun" is an ambitious, above-average Randolph Scott horse opera that stands out from the herd. The trigger-happy outlaws here are a downright dastardly bunch; the townspeople turn into a moronic mob, and the hero creates more trouble for himself because of this credulous mob that refuse to believe him. Literally, Scott becomes the cowboy who cried wolf as far as the citizens are concerned.Seasoned western scenarist Thomas Blackburn and De Toth have fashioned Kenneth Perkins' novel "Riding Solo" into a first-rate, suspenseful sagebrusher that never lets up on its surprises. Moreover, "Riding Shotgun" illustrates De Toth's obsession with realism. The Marady gang's decoy strategy, the act of cinching a saddle onto a horse, the use of a derringer to blast the ropes off the hero's wrists, and actions of a mob that intensify without reason keep things lively in this slam-bang shoot'em up. For example, early in the action, heroic Larry DeLong (Randolph Scott of "Colt .45") has to get a horse to follow a man who may lead him to his sworn enemy Dan Marady. Instead of simply getting an already saddled mount and swinging astride, De Toth shows Delong actually taking the time to cinch the saddle to its' back. As is the case in many De Toth films, we see the heroes and villains actually doing things??like saddling a horse??that other directors would eliminate as time-consuming and mundane. However, this is a set-up that De Toth pays off later when Delong sabotages the outlaw gang's departure by slicing through the cinches on their saddles so that they will bite the dust when they try to step aboard their p0nies.De Toth and Blackburn allow the Randolph Scott character to narrate the picture so as to push the plot ahead and plant in our minds the very personal nature of Delong's revenge. The movie opens with Delong riding atop a stage coach as the shotgun messenger while Scott provides voice-over narration that brings the action quickly up to speed."For three years I dedicated every waking moment of my life to scouring the frontier for a killer for a very personal reason. I'd worked at all kinds of jobs from Wyoming to Oregon. In the last year, I'd working every stage line between Canada and Mexico, riding shotgun. I knew that sooner or later my path would again cross that of the man I wanted??Dan Marady." No sooner has Delong furnished this exposition and the stage coach rumbled past the camera than infamous Dan Marady (James Mullican of "Winchester '73") descends from the top of the pass that the stage just driven by and sends an old-timer off to the stage relay station to snooker Delong. Marady lives up to Delong's description: "as clever as he is ruthless and always managed to escape capture." Delong doesn't want to capture Marady; however, he means to kill him for the shooting deaths of his sister and his nephew. Consequently, from the outset, the hero has a strong motive to slay the villain. That makes for good drama! Anyway, Marady wants to rob the stage coach that Delong is guarding. To lure Delong away from the stage, he sends an old-timer into the relay station with his (Marady's) lucky charm derringer. At the station, Delong gets the shock of his life when he sees Marady's lucky derringer. He quits the stage coach to find out where the old-timer got the derringer and gets himself jumped and hogtied by Pinto ("The Great Escape's" Charles Bronson back when he was Buchinsky) and the rest of Marady's gang.Marady's gang stops the coach, take the strong box, shoots up the passengers (but doesn't kill anybody) and sends the riddled stage coach off to Deepwater where the citizens take the law seriously. The outlaws??principally Pinto??mistakenly share their devious strategy with Delong who warns them about the law and order imperative of Deepwater and its stern sheriff Buck Curlew. As it turns out, Marady is counting on the zealous law and order attitude of Deepwater. He plans to let the shot-up stage careen into town. Curlew and a posse will light out after them, but they won't know that they are chasing a herd of horses instead of Marady. Meanwhile, the Marady gang will rob the Bank Club, a gambling house, and escape without harm with loot. Unfortunately, for Marady and company, Delong escapes by shooting his ropes with Marady's derringer that the old-timer dropped by accident. When Delong shows up in Deepwater with news about the Marady gang, the citizens believe that he helped the gang rob the stage since he quit guarding it. Even a kid with a slingshot pops Delong on the cheek with a stone and our hero retreats into the sanctuary of a cantina to protect himself from the angry citizen's mob. Deputy Sheriff Tub Murphy (World War II flying ace Wayne Morris of "Bad Men of Missouri") has a field day as a pot-bellied lawman that refuses to capitulate to an irate mob and has the good sense to leave Delong alone. One of the townspeople, a man (Howard Davis of "The Andy Griffith Show where he played Earnest T. Bass) has noose ready for our hero. Eventually, the Marady gang ride into Deepwater and the fireworks erupt.The good thing about "Riding Shotgun" is that the noble hero finds himself behind the eight-ball more often than not, and life is no cake walk for him. Millican is great as Scott's nemesis and Davis makes memorable impression without having to utter a syllable. Bronson has a great scene where he describes his trek across an inhospitable desert as a result of Delong's pursuit. De Toth sprinkles prostitute characters in the street mob as an added example of realism. "Riding Shotgun" is loaded with enough excitement, realism, and suspense to make it a blast to watch despite its age.
Tim W (mx) wrote: Not as good as i thought it would be. Couple humourous bits, but mostly just tasteless and forgettable, like a National Lampoons movie.
Greg J (fr) wrote: Worth seeing for Alan Arkin. In a word this movie was awkward.
clinton e (jp) wrote: Eek. This franchise is 50/50 with me, with 3 films i have loved and 3 i have not. This is definitely one i have not. It's better than 4, but that is not saying much. The entire movie is just watching something move around on a camera with an occasional thud. A huge disappointing finale to the series.
Christian S (ca) wrote: un passage sur l'veil d'un homme sur les souvenirs errons des son pass.