During the 1900 Boxer Rebellion against foreigners in China, U.S. Marine Major Matt Lewis, aided by British Consul Sir Arthur Robertson, devises a strategy to keep the rebels at bay until an international military relief force arrives.
In 1864, due to frequent Apache raids from Mexico into the U.S., a Union officer decides to illegally cross the border and destroy the Apache, using a mixed army of Union troops, Confederate POWs, civilian mercenaries, and scouts.
A knight in the service of a duke goes to a coastal villiage where an earlier attempt to build a defensive castle has failed. He begins to rebuild the duke's authority in the face of the barbarians at the border and is making progress until he falls in love with one of the local women.Written by
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Just after the peasant uses the trumpet rock, one of the riders is seen with a flail (sometimes, incorrectly, called a 'morning star'). The spiky weapon is seen to bounce off his horse's head, revealing it to be somewhat softer than it is supposed to be. See more »
While I ate the bread you earned in the wars, and rode the horse you gave me. And lived in the shadow of your sickening righteousness, because the Duke smiled on you. Well, he's not smiling now!
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Everything in this movie is so real. The attitudes of each other the costumes the setting and on and on. Notice the actors never changed clothes. The tower was spartan just as it would have been. There has not been a movie that packs this level of realism.
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