The Gaelic King Directed by Philip Todd Produced by Caroline Couret-Delegue Nathan Todd Jezz Vernon Written by Matthew Todd Philip Todd Starring Jake McGarry Shona Melrose Kerry Browne Noah Irvine Laurence Whitley Peter Cosgrove Simon DeSilva Music by Charlie Wilkins Cinematography David J. It's a spectacular and action filled movie in its own way, with still featuring plenty of fights and a fast pace in it. While it by no means is a must-see, it indeed still remains a perfectly fine and fun one to watch, if you get the opportunity. The pacing is especially what makes this movie such a pleasant one to watch. When his young brother is captured, Alpin must hunt the kidnappers though a dark forest that hides an ancient evil. When Finn gets captured, Alpin sets out to rescue him, accompanied by a -monk called Lachlan. It does make some odd choices toward the end with its story, but I for one was sort of able to forgive the movie for that.
Guide: No swearing, sex, nudity, or acting. Low budget adventure movies such as this one can often go either way. . It's very typical for a movie of this sort, but it in this case works out well nevertheless. When his family is murdered by a rival Pict King, Alpin and his infant brother Finn Noah Irvine , are the sole escapees.
I wouldn't at all be surprised if this actually were the case. If you know before you start that it's low budget you'll really enjoy it. It still gave me plenty of joy to watch this movie. Cast: Jake McGarry, Shona Melrose, Kerry Browne, Noah Irvine. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites. Actors: Jake McGarry, Shona Melrose, Kerry Browne, Noah Irvine, Laurence Whitley, , , Ellie Reid, , Eve Wengel, , , , Kyle Wallace, , Alistair Wales, Chris Watt, Scott Iain Robertson, Rhona Fleming, Daniel Todd Directors: Philip Todd Producers: Writers: , Philip Todd Aka: Dalriata's King Studio: 4DigitalMedia Genres: , , , Countries:.
The truth is that low budget movies like this don't often make it to market, and the cover art is so good that people will be expecting big Hollywood money. Ten years later Alpin and Finn, return and come across a community whose children are being kidnapped by the mysterious dark 'Shadow Warriors'. All in all a really great job, good old fashioned storytelling. I found it very enjoyable, under a blanket with a nice cup of tea kind of film. Main locations were and the. Hey, what can I say, I liked it. But one star is just silly.
Ten years later Alpin and Finn, return and come across a community whose children are being kidnapped by the mysterious dark 'Shadow Warriors'. Usieto ; music by Charlie Wilkins ; edited by Philip Todd. Alpin swears to one day return, seeking vengeance and regain his rightful claim to the throne. To is not responsible for the accuracy, compliance, copyright, legality, decency, or any other aspect of the content of other linked sites. And really, the movie is about as basic and straightforward as it can get. The small community was forgivable because of the budget. And so will you if you're not expecting big budgets.
All Rights Reserved Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server. Responsibility: Fellowship Film presents in association with Truffle Pictures ; produced by Nathan Todd ; written by Nathan Todd and Matthew Todd ; directed by Philip Todd. Good story, fun baddies, some acting is a little wobbly some is strong. Good thing about this movie is that it knows its own limitations. Not as good as the real budget alternative history films.
The beautiful Scottish countryside obviously inspired the producers, and seeing some of the shots you wonder why it isn't used more by higher budget movies. Its straightforwardness obviously helps the pacing of the movie and it helps to keep the movie on track, despite the fact that it still features a whole bunch of different characters in it. It never tries to be more than its budget allows it to be. If you are not a registered user please send us an email to info filmaffinity. When compared to the larger genre, the film still holds up against criticism, especially in its story and the quality of the editing and score. What ensues is a gripping adventure, culminating in a final epic battle between Alpin and Nathara, the sorceress who awoke and controls the Shadow Warriors.
Not related to any Media or Corporation. The film picks up 10 years later as our sons are incognito as they visit a village in peril. Certainly nothing amateur-like about it, though some locations look a bit cheap. It's not really a complaint, but it does give the movie a sort of cheap and inauthentic look and feel to it at times. Certainly not a retelling of history, but an interesting interpretation of the few details known about the period. When his young brother is captured, Alpin must hunt the kidnappers though a dark forest that hides an ancient evil.
All contents are provided by non-affiliated third parties. When his young brother is captured, Alpin must hunt the kidnappers though a dark forest that hides an ancient evil. Credits: Director of photography, David J. They is some internal drama as they go after those who are stealing the village people, all children. And then the fighting started and it was clear there was zero fight choreography in spite of the nine listed stunt co-coordinators and their assistants. The visual effects are not fantastic, but don't massively impact the overall watchability of the film. Alpin swears to one day return, seeking vengeance and regain his rightful claim to the throne.
Not to give away too much, but it is the evil sorceress and her minions who wear sunglasses at night, but don't listen to Corey Hart. So don't expect massive fight scenes, featuring tons of extra's, or lots of special effects and spectacular action and explosions. The first half of the film was tolerable even though it was clear neither Jake McGarry nor Noah Irvine were going to win any award for acting. We are an independent movie lovers club worldwide with 646. They are either ridicules bad or they are just simply fun to watch.