The Legend of William Tell (1998)
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Perhaps an open minded approach, would lend itself to a greater appreciation of the tale at hand. The lack of an over abundance of the normal predictable violence, fields a capacity to hold ones attention, via pure salubrious entertainment and I for one, find that refreshingly welcoming!
I found the actors very believable, in particular the character of 'Drogo'in the episode titled, "The Lotus Eaters", in a scene in the forest with his dad.(or is it??) I am a very hard person to please, where television/movies are concerned, therefore I am perplexed at the negativity of one particular viewers comments! I guess some people are just happy being miserable!
My summary: If you have a chance to catch this wonderful series, please do so and judge for yourself! It is awesome family viewing, with breathtaking scenery and 'Quality' acting!
NICKY of NEW ZEALAND.
Kalem never fails to defeat two main evil characters even when they try to get too close to the camp. The scripts was most impressive, the costumes. Whether the legend of William tell was a bad film or not to some people I found it most entertaining not just for me but for my 5 year old children who seem to have a strange taste for teenage aimed films.
The "story" is a nonsense of various science fiction and fantasy cliches, with freedom fighters and wicked overlords and innocent princesses.
The plot (for that one episode) was pitiful. The heroes achieved all their goals, and then decided to carry on fighting for freedom - which they had just won!
I have trouble believing that anything this bad got made - and I must see it again to confirm.