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I rented this film under the title "darkest knight". It looked great from the cover, but the film itself--that's a whole nother story. While there is no problem with the acting and script, the special effects and awful. In fact, they are so laughable horrible I must say they are the worst I've ever seen witch is a shame because they creature designs themself were very creative, but on screen they were awful. Good acting, story, and script, but bad direction, poor music, and the worst special effects I've ever seen. 2 stars out of 5.
And on another note--since when does southern England have palm trees?
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