A Knight's Tale
A Knight's Tale

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After his master dies, a peasant squire, fueled by his desire for food and glory, creates a new identity for himself as a knight.... (Full plot summary below)

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After his master dies, a peasant squire, fueled by his desire for food and glory, creates a new identity for himself as a knight.

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Boston Globe - 10/10 by Jay Carr Essentially, it's a screenful of pseudo-medieval popcorn that hits a high enough level of goofy fun to transcend a pretty blatant marketing strategy aimed at the MTV demographic.
Spirituality and Practice - 9/10 by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Brian Helgeland has taken the familiar elements of knighthood tales of adventure and given them some rowdy and refreshing new twists.
Cinema Crazed - 8/10 by Felix Vasquez Jr. Unmotivated storyline, bad love interest situation, dull leading man, quick plot with no set-up. Lazy movie.
Washington Post - 8/10 by Desson Thomson Savvy without being smug, cute without being saccharin, and funny without slipping into over-the-top goofiness, this is a 14th-century good time.
Kalamazoo Gazette - 8/10 by James Sanford a rousing Cinderella story that cannily combines boisterous comedy, blood-pumping combat scenes and a generous portion of class-crossing romance.
Movie Mom - 8/10 by Nell Minow Leave skepticism behind and it will rock you.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - 8/10 by Jack Garner If you don't take A Knight's Tale seriously, the frequent slam-bang jousts, the stardom-bound Ledger, the fickle romance, and, yes, the rock and roll offer an entertaining kick-off for the cinema summer of 2001.
San Jose Mercury News - 8/10 by Glenn Lovell By the time the big grudge match comes around and William and the no-account Count Adhemar (Rufus Sewell) meet in center court, whatever charm and good humor were engendered by this adventure have long since worn off.
Movie Habit - 8/10 by Marty Mapes The flaws are there, and you can predict the outcome, but somehow it doesn't seem to matter that much in the midst of all the fun.
Time Out - 8/10 by Geoff Andrew Whipping along at speed, with elaborate camera movements and rousing speeches, this knows how to engage a crowd. It's corny, of course, but a guilty pleasure: romantic, diverting, with mildly amusing modern gags.
Guardian - 8/10 by Philip French It's an enjoyable romp and Heath Ledger is a likeably vulnerable hero and Mark Addy a good-natured realistic foil.
MovieFreak.com - 8/10 by Sara Michelle Fetters How nice then to discover one of the most refreshing and exuberantly entertaining films of the young summer season to come in a package that, at first glance, was hardly promising.

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