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Sight and Sound - Philip Kemp (05/01/2011)
Total Film - James Mottram (05/01/2011)
New York Times - Betsy Sharkey (04/08/2011)
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- stoneconesSep 18, 2012by
great movie loads of laughs if you enjoy bathroom humor. Has an all star cast fillied with laughs and action.
- phishphan1974Jan 9, 2015by
Horrible movie, don't waste your time.
Horrible movie, don't waste your time. It's not the slightest bit funny. The title is misleading, and it has a total cheeseball ending. Even Zooey Deschanel's cuteness is wasted by giving her an English accent. Natalie Portman was the only bright spot in the whole movie.
- teppsnSep 25, 2011by
One of the worse movies of the year
Danny McBride and James Franco star in this attempt at a comic look at life in Medieval times. Thadeous (McBride) is a prince who has no life, no ambition, and no future. Fabious (Franco) is his brother who has the favor of the entire kingdom. When Fabious returns from a quest with his future bride Belladonna (Zooey Deschanel) the kingdom gets ready for a great wedding where she is kidnaped by the powerful wizard Leezar (Justin Theroux). Thadeous and Fabious are sent off on a quest to rescue her.<br><br>The only problem with this movie is the movie. It is NOT funny, the acting is very poor and the story goes from bad to worse as the movie moves along.<br><br>Also starring in this movie are: Charles Dance and Natalie Portman.<br><br>If you were thinking like the rest of us that this movie would be funny, save your money. Its not.Read full review
- asullyOct 9, 2011by
I'm no prude but the swearing just didn't work. I bought it based on star power. Lowered my expectations based on the reviews from my friends and was still disappointed. Biggest problem: bad writing around an unoriginal story.