Pendragon: Sword of His Father (2008)

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No doubt the Burns family put all their time, effort, work, and resources into this film...too bad its awful. God awful. The acting is either overplayed or underplayed, the "action" is very, very badly done as well as the costumes, complete with sneakers and teeshirts hoping no one intelligent will notice. The story is dumb and cliched as all-get-out. Good God, you can predict the cliches so far its like looking into the future. This though is marketed for Christian families, so we should expect terrible movies, since they all flock to see it because Jesus is in it, and they wont stop complaining about well done secular movies.Overall, it's bad and terrible, but if you know an enemy you want to get back at, give it to them.

AW Curt
AW Curt

Wow!! I feel duped. I was looking for a film about King Arthur and/or Merlin and instead I got a Christian family made film about God and faith. There's little dialogue, delivered terribly. This film has an agenda to tell history through the eyes of contemporary Pious people. It's almost comical when a completely inept actor says "this is the gateway to Great Britain" with a Midwestern accent. For the first 15 minutes it was not clear who is who and what is what and why anything was happening. It was funny when the German Saxon had a Scottish accent though. It took 23 minutes to hear the father call-out the main character's name, "Arthur". The lack of any dialogue besides to speak about God's grace is astounding.What a great disappointment to the story of King Arthur, who, it seems traveled with "knights" that likely were not religious at all. It was hard to watch the people pretending to act. I can not help wondering why they would have these people pretend to act, they're worse than amateur actors, they're worse than any High School musical I've seen. I've seen better acting on the stage of a Middle School. it was painful, I had to turn it off.

First Last
First Last

Wow!! I feel duped. WORST FILM in the WORLD! not camp, not amateur, not worthy!, I was looking for a film about King Arthur and/or Merlin and instead I got a Christian family made film about God and faith. There's little to no dialogue and when people do speak it's delivered terribly. This film has an agenda to tell history through the eyes of contemporary Pious people. It's almost comical when a completely inept (non) actor says "this is the gateway to Britain" with a Midwestern accent. For the first 15 minutes it was not clear who is who and what is what and why anything was happening. It was funny when the German Saxon had a Scottish accent though. It took 23 minutes to hear the father call-out the main character's name, "Arthur". The lack of dialogue other than when they speak about God's grace, is actually astounding. What a great disappointment to the story of King Arthur, who, it seems traveled with "knights" that likely were not religious at all. It was hard to watch the people pretending to act. I can not help wondering why they would have these people pretend to act, they're worse than amateur actors, they're worse than any High School musical I've seen. I've seen better acting on the stage of a Middle School. it was painful, I had to turn it off.

Eve Applebaum-Dominick
Eve Applebaum-Dominick

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