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Like most of the other users I rented this under the title "The Darkest Knight" It's pretty obvious after the first minute that this is a TV show edited to look like a movie. (You'll notice that there are two "sequals" in the video store. (I've only rented the first two "movies") Why they just didn't market it as a show I don't know, probably because to my knowledge it has never aired in my area.
Word to the wise: despite the cover picture there are NO DRAGONS.
The story is straitforward though Ivanhoe is more like Robin Hood. It's bad, but bad enough to be funny. I enjoyed it and thought it was funny. (A scene in the first episode is almost word for word from a famous Star Wars scene)
So, if you are of the opinion that bad things are funny this is a good one for you.
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