The Green Knight (2021) 1080p

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Genres:
Adventure | Drama
Resolution:
1920*1040
Size:
2.16G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
130 min
IMDB Rating:
7.4 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Directors: David Lowery [Director] ,


Movie Description:
An epic fantasy adventure based on the timeless Arthurian legend, "The Green Knight" tells the story of Sir Gawain (Dev Patel), King Arthur's reckless and headstrong nephew, who embarks on a daring quest to confront the eponymous Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men. Gawain contends with ghosts, giants, thieves, and schemers in what becomes a deeper journey to define his character and prove his worth in the eyes of his family and kingdom by facing the ultimate challenger. From visionary filmmaker David Lowery comes a fresh and bold spin on a classic tale from the knights of the round table.

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Check Story's History

Didn't get a lot of it. Best to check the story's history before watching for some background & insights. Suggest check wiki "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". It cleared up a lot of my confusion.

Lots of unexplained parts such as why the challenge; why a "Groot" human tree; some of the challenges & encounters along the way (e.g. Giants; fox that talks); why human/tree is asleep; the ending dead or alive.

Cinema Omnivore - The Green Knight (2021) 7.3/10

"So, the catch is, as texturally, chromatically, visually captivating as a period production can be (Daniel Hart's exotic, enchanting incident music holds its own too), THE GREEN KNIGHT has meager vigor and satire to spare. Since its source doesn't possess a firm narrative structure, Lowery complies slavishly to the episodic and elliptical incidents and wallow in the flights of fancy of its production value instead, his paucity of competence in transfiguring the story to a more cohesive and empathetic fable is the film's feet of clay."

read my full review on my blog: Cinema Omnivore, thanks.

Great looking test of chivalric values.

There's something of the Terry Gilliam to this adaptation of this engaging Arthurian legend. During a New Year's Eve banquet at Camelot, an enormous green knight arrives on horseback and challenges one of the assembled knights to strike a single blow across his neck. The only one to rise to the bizarre challenge is "Sir Gawain" (Dev Patel) but there is a catch - in one year he must present himself in the knight's Green chapel many leagues away and allow a similar bow to be laid upon him. As that fateful date looms, we follow the surreal adventures of the young "Gawain" as he makes his way to fulfil his obligation. Patel is good in this film, as is Joel Edgerton as the mysterious Lord whom, along with his wife ""Essel" (Alicia Vikander) and the mysterious young scavenger (Barry Keoghan) add vividly to this demonstration of the temptations, and of the determination of our honourable young man to resist them - in their many different, sometimes mystical guises. This is a gorgeous looking film, the photography is glorious as is the Irish scenery and the pace of the film allows us to take our time to consider the moral of the tale. It's a touch long, the story itself doesn't quite support two hours plus, and the ending does deviate slightly from the original 14th Century tae - but it's a brave and entertaining effort that focusses more on the meaning of the story rather than offering us a Hollywood style adventure yarn. Big screen if you can - the whole film looks much better that way.
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