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Rated PG-13 for intense battle sequences.

PG-13 In Theaters 01/11/2008 , 126min.
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Critic score based on 11 reviews

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July 08, 2008
This movie was horrible. The casting was way off and basically it was the worst thing I have ever seen.
July 04, 2008
the movie was cool especially the hot sorceress leelee she is growning up fast!!!
May 22, 2008
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This movie sucks balls!! if you want to waste two hours of your life, by all means watch it. terrible movie!!
May 22, 2008
I really enjoyed ever second of the film, Although it was like watching Lord of the Rings on a smaller scale. It was great acting(even though i think ray liotta's acting gets worse with his age) and Matthew Lillard was terriable(and i love the man, he is a great actor). As far as the accents Jason Stathom really talks like that you idiots. But all together i really enjoyed it. I think everbodie
May 22, 2008
this movie was horrible and a waste of money, it looks like it was put together by a 5 year old. Random music plays which are very annoying and horrible acting, this was just a waste of money

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Los Angeles Times
Its convictionless competence is merely dull, denying the pleasures of an outright howler without providing much else. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
It's completely undone by its terrible screenplay, inept direction, oppressive musical score and muddy visual palette. Full Review
James Berardinelli
A second-rate regurgitation of "The Lord of the Rings." Everything about it, down to the set and costume design, apes Peter Jackson's epic trilogy. However, while "The Lord of the Rings" was a grand story of scope and power, In the Name of the King feels small in more ways than one. Full Review
Joe Leydon
A plodding patchwork of derivative fantasy-adventure, medieval production design, risible dialogue, unimpressive CGI trickery and haphazardly edited action sequences. Full Review
Laura Kern
The New York Times
An awkward "Lord of the Rings" knockoff, it features both elaborate battles and bumbling humor, though it's never quite clear when you should be laughing. Full Review

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