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  • Summary: Camelot is closed, King Arthur is dead and the Round Table is no more. Trainee knights Gilbert (a highly-strung hypochondriac) and Edgar (an up-beat Christian) find themselves wandering the land in the company of a Mysterious Knight in search of money, adventure and comfortable underwear.Camelot is closed, King Arthur is dead and the Round Table is no more. Trainee knights Gilbert (a highly-strung hypochondriac) and Edgar (an up-beat Christian) find themselves wandering the land in the company of a Mysterious Knight in search of money, adventure and comfortable underwear. When the mysterious knight dies (mysteriously) Gilbert and Edgar find themselves in possession of a letter addressed to him from a certain King Kendrick, entreating him to help rescue his recently kidnapped daughter Katrina and a bag of gold they spend. A pair of underwear, a Saint’s knee cap later they are on their uppers again but manage to be hired as security in a local castle to guard the recently abducted Princess - King Vincent’s bride-to-be.
    Can the two knights avoid the unpleasant castle inhabitants, rescue Katrina and put pay to the wicked king? (Hermit Film Productions)
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  1. Reviewed by: John Anderson
    Aug 23, 2012
    50
    Everyone's likable, but Katrina is the film's crowning achievement, portrayed by Bucher as if she were an irritable housekeeper on a telenovela.
  2. Reviewed by: Andy Webster
    Aug 23, 2012
    30
    This comedy, the first feature by Ms. Bucher, suffers from technical limitations, perhaps imposed by a tough nine-day shooting schedule. The recording sounds muted; the whimsical musical score oversells the jokes; and the lackluster visuals fail to match the pungency of the language.
  3. Reviewed by: Chris Packham
    Aug 21, 2012
    10
    Making fun of such an inoffensive, amateurish production would be easy and mean, like punching a baby.