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Westender (2003)

PG-13 | | Drama, Fantasy | June 2003 (USA)
Set in a fictional medieval world, this is the story of Asbrey of Westender. Once a great heroic knight, he has mysteriously fallen from grace. One night he drunkenly bets and loses his ... See full summary »

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Blake Stadel ...
Asbrey of Westender
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Glim
John Rankin ...
Garner
Darlene Dadras ...
Sarin
Rod James ...
The Old Man
Ron Wright ...
Bandit
Hans Hlawaty ...
Bandit
David Shelofsky ...
Bandit
Shawn Kottmeier ...
Bandit
Daniel Snyder ...
Bandit
Christa Kepshire ...
Slave Girl
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Slave Girl
Keri Warr ...
Slave Girl
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Slave Girl
Ann Oxenhandler ...
Jarlishan Mother
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Set in a fictional medieval world, this is the story of Asbrey of Westender. Once a great heroic knight, he has mysteriously fallen from grace. One night he drunkenly bets and loses his ring, his last possession of worth. He then embarks on a mission to regain his ring and, in due course, confront the demons of his past. Written by DarthBill

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sword and sorcery | See All (1) »

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Drama | Fantasy

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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »
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A gyűrű kalandja  »

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When Asbrey takes the sword from the frozen soldier, the soldiers head/body position changes several times. See more »

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Would have been better as a postcard
15 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The scenery is beautiful, and many times you'll be thinking to yourself, "Where is this place??" In particular, there is a scene with a waterfall that just cries to be walked to and explored.

So far as an actual film, it would have been better served as a series of postcards, as you get breathtaking vistas with only little snippets of storyline on the back to figure out what is going on. And while the acting is pretty atrocious, it is both good and bad to note that the dialog is thin and minutes pass without any words being spoken. A little voice also appears in your head after about 20 minutes whispering in your ear, "Come on, something has to happen to move the story forward". But it never comes, and you're just watching, plodding along waiting desperately for the next ill conceived plot device taking set in overwhelming scenery shots.

If you're looking for anything remotely interesting, stay away.


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