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This film tells the story of an arrogant jock in college, who has to work at a medieval fair for three weeks in order to stay in college the following year.
"All's Faire in Love" is an interesting mix of anachronistic medieval background with plenty of toilet humour and raunchy jokes. It is a different spin on a romantic comedy, but the ingredients are so diverse to the point that they don't really mix together. The end result is a collection of ridiculous scenes that make me laugh because they are so bad. Christina Ricci is a good actress as always, and it makes me a little sad that she has to appear in a project that is not so great on the resume.
"All's Faire in Love" is bad, but it's not almost good.
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