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A young knight sets out to join King Richard's crusaders. Along the way, he encounters The Black Prince who captures children and sells them as slaves to the Muslims. It is Robert Narra's sworn duty to protect the children and lead them to safety. Written by
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I'm sure this movie was meant to be more exciting, but at less than 2 hours, it still drags. Perhaps it's because of the mediocre acting, or the low budget, or all the American accents, or the perpetual gray background. Okay, I understand that these were terrible times, but can't there be a little bit of brightness? You can watch evildoers get taken out by bits of rock, and just hope someone muffles the background music once in a while - trust me, it gets really distracting. And who wants to see hordes of starving and dying children? Overall, a tremendous disappointment.
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