A Knight’s Tale Movie Download

A Knight’s Tale YTS

Action / Adventure / History / Romance
2 hr 12 min

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Plot Summary:
William Thatcher, a knight’s peasant apprentice, gets a chance at glory when the knight dies suddenly mid-tournament. Posing as a knight himself, William won’t stop until he’s crowned tournament champion—assuming matters of the heart don’t get in the way.
Brian Helgeland
Top Cast
Rufus Sewell as Count Adhemar

Heath Ledger as William Thatcher

Alan Tudyk as Wat

Paul Bettany as Geoffrey Chaucer

A Knight’s Tale 2001 720p.BluRay

696.27 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 12 min
Seeds 6.

A Knight’s Tale 2001 1080p.BluRay

1.75 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 12 min
Seeds 26.

A Knight’s Tale review

Reviewed by HelenMary

8 / 10

This film was weighed measured and not found wanting at all
This film shows without any quibbling just how bright the star of Heath Ledger was. He is luminous in this; beautiful, funny, physical and engaging. He plays excellently against the stunning Shannyn Sossamon, who fits perfectly into the modern medieval setting of this film. Set in the C14th a man of poor birth but sharp intellect rises through the ranks of page-dom with the desire to become a nobleman for food, fame, glory and love.

An impressive ensemble cast including the superior Paul Bettany (Chaucer – you can see he had fun with this rather exposing (!) role), Rufus Sewell, Mark Addy, Christopher Cazenove, James Purefoy and Alan Tudyk provides a film that is nigh-on flawless for cinematography that is exciting and gripping, the screenplay – the script – is amazing, laugh out loud funny all the way through. It’s one of those films which require certain intelligence to get all the asides and witticisms, or numerous viewings to pick up on all of them, otherwise its still a funny and enjoyable film. With something for everyone this film is a joy to watch again and again, it’s also attractive visually – many points to the costumers who mixed historical fashion with a modern edgy almost punk twist. Ditto the soundtrack – mixing in modern music was a clever touch, similar to Romeo and Juliet (Baz Luhrmann), and also an interesting look at fame and the cult of celebrity.

A great viewing experience which sometimes even brings a tear to my eye. If you don’t enjoy this film, there’s something wrong with you. Ignore the haters, it’s not supposed to be historically accurate or high-brow! Sometimes a feel-good, comfortable, Disney-esque story arc is just what you want.Read More

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