Average Rating: 5.7/10
Reviews Counted: 18
Fresh: 12 | Rotten: 6
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Release Date: Apr 12, 1985 Wide
Average Rating: 3.5/5
User Ratings: 53,069
In medieval France, knight Rutger Hauer and lady fair Michelle Pfeiffer both run afoul of evil-bishop John Wood. Through the auspices of bishop's confessor Leo McKern, Hauer and Pfeiffer are placed under a curse. During the night, Hauer takes the form of a wolf, while Pfeiffer assumes the form of a hawk by day. The two lovers can only meet one another as humans at dawn and dusk. The only mortal in a position to rescue Hauer and Pfeiffer from their fate is nebbishy pickpocket Matthew Broderick,
Apr 12, 1985 Wide
Oct 30, 1997
20th Century Fox
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We need more fantasy like this: high adventure, brilliant swordplay, convincing magic, three-dimensional characters, arresting cinematography, and best of all, a good story.
lovely scenery, silly story
Weak pacing makes for a difficult watching, despite the talented leads.
Audience Reviews for Ladyhawke
- Bishop: Find her and the Wolf who loves her.
- Isabeau: So, you intend to by my protector as well, eh? I'm flattered.
- Phillipe Gaston: Actually, the truth is, he'll kill me if I lose it.
- Phillipe Gaston: Sir, the truth is I talk to God all the time, and no offense, but he never mentioned you.
- Marquet: NAVARRE!
- Bishop: I believe in miracles Marquet. It's part of my job.
- Bishop: Great storms announce themselves with a simple breeze, Captain, and a single rebel spark can ignite the fires of rebellion.
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