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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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Adventure | Fantasy

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18 January 1999 (USA)  »

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Medieval Park  »

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Better Than Expected
3 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

Okay, when I saw the cover and when the movie first started, I thought, "This looks like something I could have made in my garage." But it turned out to be pretty entertaining for mindless, low-budget fare. There were some actually pretty funny parts, especially the sword fights where it looks like nobody wants to get their hands dirty and everybody looks all apologetic for landing a blow. And some great, hilarious magic fights. Some people would think that's bad acting; I think it's hilarious -- as did the 40 grade-schoolers I was watching it with.

Yes, the script is cheesy, cliché, and near-plagiaristic. Yes, the acting is pretty bad. (Although I've seen much, much worse.) The directing and editing isn't great and the special effects are embarrassing, but I was never bored watching this movie, which is more than I can say for something more "cultured" like, say "Thin Red Line?". And I personally found it much funnier than the self-proclaimed World's Funniest Movie Ever, "Knocked Up." (Which was a terrifying experience. I had to sneak into "Paranormal Activity" to actually find something to laugh at.)

"Teen Knight/Medieval Park", however it is branded in your district, makes for a rollicking fun night with the family. Plus, there were bare-shouldered medieval wenches, so a good time was had by all. But overall, this makes for a more engaging evening than many "Oscar contenders" out there. (*cough * cough* Terence Malick *cough)


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