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Well: It has been said over and over again. If you gonna make a movie which has been done a million times before at least make it good.
As a fan of 'trashi' teenage movies i was a bit interested.
But after 10 minutes this movie had allready lost me.
It is bland and it is boring.
There is not one single turn of events you can't foresee.
Not even one line of dialoge that feels new.
Please, don't watch this movie.
(watch 'to all the boys i've love before' instead!)
Alright: I can't argue that this movie is a masterpiece nor a 'must see'.
But it passes the time and has an 'ok - ish' level of Entertainment value.
It is, as many people here pointed out already, (at least for my taste) a bit too vulgar and tries a bit too hard to be modern and 'edgy'.
But still, it has its heart (or explosion for that matter) in the right place.
If u need a movie just to pass time this one might do it.
This movie feels completely like 'The Princess Switch'.
As in: Vanessa Hudgens seemingly needed money.
Her acting feels kinda 'wooden'.
Obviously: this flick doesn't try to be (in any way) 'realistic'.
But the knight (who falls through time and lands in our modern world) sattles way to easy.
He isn't afraid of cars, not terrified of trains or lightbulbs.
The knight even learns to drive cars.
If you need a movie in the background while you are cooking this one might do the trick.
A sweet but also forseeable movie.
I was actually quite surprised by this movie.
The last 'historical' dramas this year where everything but interesting.
This one has not just a really good cast (specially Timothée Chalamet as the upcoming Henry V) but is also visually stunning.