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All's Faire in Love (2009)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 17 September 2009 (USA)
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Two rival Medieval shows vie for supremacy in the world of Renaissance Faires.

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Two rival Medieval shows vie for supremacy in the world of Renaissance Faires.

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Romance Has A Renaissance.

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Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for some sexual content including references | See all certifications »
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$17,810 (USA) (28 October 2011)

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All's Faire in Love was filmed at the Michigan Renaissance Festival site in Holly, MI. See more »

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When Will gets up after laying in the mud puddle for the Queen and her party to pass, his shirt is clean, with no mud on it. See more »

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Rank: Prepare to be lanced, a lot.
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References The Benny Hill Show (1969) See more »

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Midsummer Morning
Written by Kevin G. Lee
Performed by Kevin G. Lee
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Fair to say, romcom lovers will adore it; Ricci is becoming my fav female star
25 July 2012 | by (Toledo, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Kate (Christina Ricci) is interviewing for a business job when she suddenly informs the three male questioners that she is feeling too warm. To their astonishment, Kate bolts behind a blackboard and changes from a tight business suit into a lovely flowering dress. You see, this young lady wants to be an actress, not a workaholic businesswoman. Defying her parents wishes, she abandons THEIR aspirations and signs on to perform at a Renaissance fair for the summer. Once there, she learns she is to be a "peasant" in the underling group; another circle of performers plays the ruling class, including the queen (Ann Margret). Naturally, although they all want to play their parts well, those actors in the upper class roles sometimes make trouble for the peasants. Meanwhile, also joining the peasant troupe is Will (Owen Benjamin). He is a football player at a major college and, when he failed to attend enough classes, has been given the chance to earn sufficient credits to stay on the team. His prof (Cedric the Entertainer) demands that he work at the fair. Having no other choice, he does so. Almost immediately, he becomes a target for abuse by the "uppers" as they sense he doesn't really care for his job. He doesn't, that is, not until he meets Kate. Before long, this fair might not be such a bad thing after all, thinks Will! But, there are complications. A big, obnoxious "upper" takes a shine to Kate while the queen's daughter tries to entice Will into her arms. Also, Will gets in scrapes, where he is punished by stocks and hurled rotten vegetables. Is there a future for W and K? This very lovely romantic comedy has the stuff to soothe its fans into a satisfied sigh. Ricci and Benjamin are attractive and winning as the principals. After the wonderful Penelope, Ricci is fast becoming a favorite lady for the genre. The rest of the cast, including AM, is likewise very fine, making a great impression. As for the fair sets, they are a fantastical delight, and ditto for the costumes, too. Then, too, the script has plenty of mirthful moments related to the medieval world, although occasionally the words uttered fall somewhat flat, and the direction is adequately energetic. All romcom fans, its fair to say you will find this flick a great watch, so get it before a fortnight arrives.


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