Opening

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15% Rage Jul 11
21% A Long Way Down Jul 11
—— The Class Of '92 Jul 08

Top Box Office

17% Transformers: Age of Extinction $37.1M
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85% 22 Jump Street $9.8M
30% Deliver Us from Evil $9.7M
92% How to Train Your Dragon 2 $9.0M
48% Earth to Echo $8.4M
49% Maleficent $6.2M
54% Jersey Boys $5.2M
24% Think Like a Man Too $4.9M
90% Edge of Tomorrow $3.7M

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—— The Legend of Korra: Season 3

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100% Defiance: Season 2
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86% Maron: Season 2
94% Rectify: Season 2
—— Rookie Blue: Season 5
84% Welcome to Sweden: Season 1
44% Working the Engels: Season 1

The Sword of Lancelot Reviews

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May 6, 2013
This movie is worth the watch if only for the jousting scene early on. The acting isn't great, the romance is lukewarm and includes a bit of excessive body soap, and the story is predictable. However, the sets are actually great, the color and film quality are both good, and the action scenes are decent. The gore is a bit inconsistent, but is present at times. So is the occasional bloodless stabbing. The costumes are campy but fun, and the number of extras in the battle scenes are adequate if not impressive. This B movie gets an A for effort. In the overarching realm of King Arthur movies, it lands somewhere in the middle: not as good as Excalibur, but not as bad as First Knight.
November 26, 2012
Cornel Wilde writes, directs, produces and co-stars with his wife Jean Wallace in this extremely loose adaptation of the King Arthur legends. This is the standard story of Arthur marrying the young Guinevere only to lose him to his friend and closest ally Lancelot. Not surprisingly, Wilde is Lancelot and Wallace Guinevere. Not a terrible film, but like a lot of Wilde's productions, there doesn't appear to be enough money to pull of what was envisioned. Wilde's vision of Arthurian times comes straight out of the generic medieval Hollywood catalog. It's not terribly convincing. Most of the cast is adequate, except Wallace, who really doesn't seem up to the dramatic demands of even this cornball script.
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