History Film / FirstKnight

15th Mar '16 7:52:18 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* BowAndSwordInAccord: Several of Malagant's men carry hand crossbows that they fire before charging. They hit and kill someone with every shot, too; after a while you wonder why they use swords at all. Maybe they're hard to reload.
21st Aug '15 12:47:54 AM Fireblood
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* NiceToTheWaiter: At the beginning of the film, as Guinevere greets the villagers routed from their homes during a attack, she refuses their attempt at kneeling to her in deference, citing the terrible ordeal they've been through. Later, during the first attempt at kidnapping her, she urges her maids to leave her behind, knowing that it's her the attackers want and not wanting to place them in danger. When she's rescued, her first query is as to their safety.

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* NiceToTheWaiter: At the beginning of the film, as Guinevere greets the villagers routed from their homes during a an attack, she refuses their attempt at kneeling to her in deference, citing the terrible ordeal they've been through. Later, during the first attempt at kidnapping her, she urges her maids to leave her behind, knowing that it's her the attackers want and not wanting to place them in danger. When she's rescued, her first query is as to their safety.



* RapunzelHair: Guinevere

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* RapunzelHair: GuinevereGuinevere.



* RejectionAffection: Guinevere repeatedly rebuffs Lancelot's advances, which he dismisses. . .only for her to finally admit to her feelings just as he's preparing to leave.

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* RejectionAffection: Guinevere repeatedly rebuffs Lancelot's advances, which he dismisses. . .dismisses... only for her to finally admit to her feelings just as he's preparing to leave.



* UnusualEuphemism: Arthur asks Guinevere "have you. . .given yourself to him?" regarding Lancelot. This was probably the term used in those days, but the long pause makes it seems as though he's using the words to substitute for something else.

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* UnusualEuphemism: Arthur asks Guinevere "have you. . ."Have you... given yourself to him?" regarding Lancelot. This was probably the term used in those days, but the long pause makes it seems seem as though he's using the words to substitute for something else.
15th Jul '15 10:41:45 PM Angelus25
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14th Jun '15 9:44:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* AdaptedOut: Usual Arthurian villains Mordred and Morgan le Fay. The villain Prince Malagant is derived from ChretienDeTroyes' Maleagant.

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* AdaptedOut: Usual Arthurian villains Mordred and Morgan le Fay. The villain Prince Malagant is derived from ChretienDeTroyes' Creator/ChretienDeTroyes' Maleagant.
11th Apr '15 12:45:11 AM fusilcontrafusil
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KingArthur (SeanConnery) has spent his entire life bringing justice to the land and wants more than anything else to marry Guinevere and enjoy a peaceful retirement. Despite genuinely caring for him, Guinevere (Julia Ormond) feels it to be her duty to marry him, and its clear that she has a problem with letting obligation make her decisions for her, instead of her heart. Lancelot (Creator/RichardGere) is a wandering mercenary, making as few ties as possible because his family and village were destroyed in the wars. When these three collide, will they save Camelot from its latest threat or doom it?

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KingArthur (SeanConnery) has spent his entire life bringing justice to the land and wants more than anything else to marry Guinevere and enjoy a peaceful retirement. Despite genuinely caring for him, Guinevere (Julia Ormond) feels it to be her duty to marry him, and its clear that she has a problem with letting obligation make her decisions for her, instead of her heart. Lancelot (Creator/RichardGere) is a wandering mercenary, swordsman, making as few ties as possible because his family and village were destroyed in the wars. When these three collide, will they save Camelot from its latest threat or doom it?
11th Apr '15 12:42:23 AM fusilcontrafusil
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* ChekhovsSkill: Lancelot's BladeSpam-and-disarm technique in a friendly bout is seen again in the final battle, when he gains the upper hand in a duel to the death. Though he grabbed Arthur's own sword the second time, so it might seem magical when it's really this trope.

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* ChekhovsSkill: Lancelot's BladeSpam-and-disarm technique in a friendly bout shown at the start of the film is seen again in the final battle, when he gains the upper hand in a duel to the death.battle. Though he grabbed Arthur's own sword the second time, so it might seem magical when it's really this trope.
5th Apr '15 11:12:47 PM DrOO7
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* RejectionAffection: Guinevere repeatedly rebuffs Lancelot's advances, which he dismisses. . .only for her to finally admit to her feelings just as he's preparing to leave.
31st Mar '15 6:28:33 AM DrOO7
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* RapunzelHair: Guinevere
28th Mar '15 11:09:09 PM DrOO7
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* SexySoakedShirt: Lancelot and Guinevere after he saves her for a second time.
28th Mar '15 8:14:23 PM DrOO7
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* UnusualEuphenism: Arthur asks Guinevere "have you. . .given yourself to him?" regarding Lancelot. This was probably the term used in those days, but the long pause makes it seems as though he's using the words to substitute for something else.

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* UnusualEuphenism: UnusualEuphemism: Arthur asks Guinevere "have you. . .given yourself to him?" regarding Lancelot. This was probably the term used in those days, but the long pause makes it seems as though he's using the words to substitute for something else.
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