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Really bad. Almost a Bad Movie (genre, not adjective)
This is a terrible film. I understand that they had a very small budget to work with, but that's not an excuse for a bad script and bad editing.
There's just so much cheese that you wouldn't believe it.
The sets look fake. The weapons look fake. The locations are ridiculous. Everything looks like it's made of cardboard and spray painted with a stone look. The CGI is absurdly bad.
I understand that some things are expensive, but there are places where you can buy realistic-looking or even real weapons for cheaper than these fake ones. We have rocks and stones everywhere. There's no shortage of that to resort to using cardboard. There are places that rent out castles and forts for weddings and birthdays, they're not that expensive, I know people that do cosplay and recreations that take videos that look more professional than this.
But you can say they had a $1000 budget and everything was beyond their price range, but what's the excuse for the terrible script and cheesy dialogues?
Don't watch it unless you're looking for a laugh.
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