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Forces of good and evil battle through the ages for ownership of the sword with mighty powers. The Lady of the Lake must protect the world no matter the cost. The final showdown takes place in modern times with the Lady being reincarnated as a reporter... Written by
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Shallow and disjointed, without any saving graces.
When I saw this movie, it became immediately obvious that the story line gave only cursory lip service to the legend of Merlin. The story line was practically made up as they went along and there was absolutely no continuity. The acting was so bad and the script so ridiculous that by the time the movie was over, I was downright angry. Angry that I had wasted my time watching it and angry that James Hong and Richard Lynch had squandered perfectly good careers on this movie which is an utter waste of film.
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