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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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Rated PG-13 for some sexual content including references | See all certifications »
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$17,810, 30 October 2011, Limited Release

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$17,810, 30 October 2011
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This movie was filmed at the Michigan Renaissance Festival site in Holly, Michigan. 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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Written by Kevin G. Lee
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Do yourself a favor and just watch "The Wild Hunt" instead
10 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed "The Wild Hunt" which was the main reason I decided to check this movie out since the premise is similar although both movies came out in the same year. While "The Wild Hunt" is more of a sort of serious and dark comedy this one is very lighthearted comedy and bright. The characters in the movie seemed to be into it and sort of enjoyed it but the problem is, it's not really all that enjoyable for the audience. Chris Wylde who plays Rank seemed to be the most into it and sort of reminded me of Danny McBride, and is the person that tries to save this movie the most. The reason I didn't enjoy this movie all that much was not because it is more kid friendly, but almost everything about this movie is not effective with it's direction. I can't believe some people would claim this movie is way better than "The Wild Hunt", because it really isn't. "The Wild Hunt" might offend some people that participate in this sort of stuff in the movie and might complain about the serious tone of it. But if they are not serious than why care so much, it's way more entertaining to watch than this movie hands down. This movie is like watching obnoxious faire workers trying to be funny and entertaining with random stuff going on, actually that is basically the whole movie. Which would be alright, but the problem is, it's not funny or entertaining and just plainly lame for the most part. I just really wanted this movie to end after just a few minutes, and is mostly a disappointing movie. Whoever is in the mood for a black comedy with a similar premise as this one, watch "The Wild Hunt" instead. I give this movie a 2 and a half and that is being super generous.

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