This is a collections of movies I've seen and haven't seen that either fit into the catagory of medieval, fairytale and some that lead ino the Renaissance. Some of them I've seen others I want to see. This section is still under construction.
Movies I've seen:
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe - Disney/ Walden Media - 2005
Prince Caspian - Disney/ Walden Media -2008
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader - Walden Media/ Fox
The Princess Bride - Fox - 1987
The Adventures of Robin Hood - Errol Flynn , Olivia de Haviland - Warner Brothers - 1938 ( Don't let the year SCARE you into thinking it's dull and boring. )
El Cid - Charlton Heston, Sophia Loren - 1961 - ( This is a very good and long movie but at about three quaters in the movie it gets a little dull but then picks up at the end.)
Joan of Arc - Made for TV - 1999
Young Bess - Stewart Granger, Jean Simmons, Deborah Kerr and Charles Laughton - 1953
Hmm..... I shall have to think of more.
And movies I haven't seen:
Lord of the Rings - (I'ts got ugly creatures in it....but I still REALLY want to see it though.)
Lady Jane - Cary Elowes - Paramount Pictures - 1986 -
If anyone has seen this let me know what you thought of it....It's Lady Jane gone romantic. I'm wondering how clean and how historically acurate it is. She very much intrests me. Reading her story about brings you to tears, sept I don't cry at history or movies that easy (Don't worry I'm not heartless just don't weep in front of people.....very often). I have been interested in her since my Dad found an article about her in a magazine once, then I read a book about the young Queen Elizabeth, and today I was just doing my history and doing som research when I found this movie. Then I read Cary Elwes was in it and alas can't help but want to see it now. I'm sure though if I do see it....I'll cry.
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