A French count is in England to marry the princess. She's killed. A wizard helps him to time travel back before the murder - except they end up in Chicago, April 2000. A descendant helps him. He looks for the wizard to return to the 1100s.
A knight and his valet are plagued by a witch, and to repair the damage, they make use of the services of a wizard. Something goes wrong and they're transported from the 12th century to the year 2000, where they meets some of the knight's family, and slowly learns what the future's like. In order to return to the 12th century and deal with the witch, they begin to look for a wizard.Written by
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Jean-Marie Poiré hated the movie, and mentioned that this was the reason why the third movie of the original French trilogy took so long to be made. See more »
Julia's shoes change between shots when she first meets Thibault. See more »
André le Pate:
[as the Count is bathing, Andre takes a bottle of Chanel and drinks some, handing it to the count]
Ah! Very good flavour!
[he drinks some, then promptly spits it out]
Blah! This is not wine, ignorant peasant! It is oil for the bath!
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The UK distributor (Momentum Pictures) chose to cut several scenes (pouring bleach into bathwater, eating toxic disinfectant toilet cakes) and reduce sound of violent blows to achieve a "PG" rating. See more »
My god, I saw this movie yesterday and I'm still laughing at some of the scenes as I recall them from my memory. This was a hilarious light-hearted movie, perfect (in my opinion) for any sense of humour. It is definitly worth seeing (I saw it on The Movie Network). Perfect for gatherings and general good times.
Four stars on the VitalBird scale. (****) (out of 5, not 10).
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