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... if you only have one TV channel available and are tired of crying from boredom.
A guy pulls an Excalibur stunt with a sword, stumbles into a backwards village, finds a hottie and ridiculousness ensues. I kept watching in hopes of finding redemption in *something*....*anything*... But the only part of the movie I enjoyed was the credits (Because that's what gave me the hot co-star's name so I could Google her and see if she has any other movies she may have been more "exposed" in.) While this production may have been recently created, it was certainly founded in the old-school style of where the bad guy lays out his plans in an extended speech to the reluctant, possibly mentally challenged movie hero.
I never honestly expected quality movies on the SyFy channel and I can certainly say they did not let me down on this one.
I would've given this movie a 1, but Natalie Denise Sperl adds "1" to the entire movie.
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