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Teen Knight (1999)

A young teenager wins a contest for a "Medieval Adventure" from a soda company. The winners, plus a film crew from the soda company arrive at the castle for the adventure. During the night,... See full summary »

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Peter (as Kristopher Lemche)
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Alison
Benjamin Plener ...
Ben
Paul Soles ...
Mr. Percy / Perceval
Kimberly Pullis ...
Claudia
Marc Robinson ...
Lord Raykin
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Eruik
Dan Fintescu ...
Tommy
Eugen Cristea ...
Wiggins
Sandu Mihai Gruia ...
Phil (as Mihai Sandu Gruia)
Mihai Verbintschi ...
Dungeon Master
Christian Nicolae ...
Gary (as Cristian Nicolae)
Juliana Ciugulea ...
Mom
Marius Galea ...
Hugo
Ioana Anghel ...
Mrs. Sweeny
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A young teenager wins a contest for a "Medieval Adventure" from a soda company. The winners, plus a film crew from the soda company arrive at the castle for the adventure. During the night, a spell cast over 600 years prior brings the castle and all the people in it back to 1383. The evil Lord Drakin plans on retrying to take the castle. It is up to the group to stop him, and thereby return to the 20th century. They enlist the help of the former court magician, Percival, to help them. Written by Neil Bradley <riplord@aol.com>

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Pretty terrible
10 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let's see. A dry script, actors who can't even give the impression of acting, special effects that are absolutely laughable, and I've seen better swordplay between 4 year olds with empty paper towel rolls.

I wanted to like this movie, really. It has a great premise; kids at a castle get caught in a time warp, transported back to the middle ages, and have to figure out how to get home. As they look for that mystical door to their own time, they encounter sorcerers, knights, a prince, and dragons. Sounds great, huh? Well, it's just not. I tried to give it a good shot, but towards the end when Peter is fighting the other soldiers in the castle just lost it for me. It's like the actors didn't want to hit their swords together too hard, because the steel barely touches. The whole showdown with Raykin is horrid, too. The director must have told him to just 'lose' the fight, because he repeats the same mistake, over and over. Call me a stickler, but I just can't stand sword fighting scenes that a child wouldn't believe were real.

I'm stretching to give this a 2/10 rating. Maybe a child would enjoy this movie if they've never seen anything in this genre before. Once they've watched another sci-fi/fantasy film, though, steer clear of Teen Knight.


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