Merlin: The Return


Adventure / Family / Fantasy / Horror

IMDb Rating 3.4 10 591


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January 12, 2021



Craig Sheffer as Mordred
Patrick Bergin as King Arthur
Rik Mayall as Merlin
Tia Carrere as Dr. Joan Maxwell
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841.38 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
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1.53 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul.corrie 2 / 10 / 10

A woeful mixture of fantasy, reality and unintentional humour.

Nearly a laugh a minute, and some were probably intentional. The performance of Adrian Paul as Lancelot caused giggles every time he spoke, and a less regal Arthur I cannot imagine. If you give this film any thought it fell apart even more thoroughly than on a total suspension of disbelief. Only Rik Mayall seemed to have got the joke. My 9 year old boy loved it but even he thought that it was totally unbelievable!

Reviewed by medrjel 2 / 10 / 10

Both Great and Horrid at the same time.

Wow. I don't think I have ever been so torn as I have been watching "Merlin The Return". Rik Mayall, Adrian Paul, and so many others put in absolutely wonderful performances. However, there were 2 MAJOR points that made this utterly disasterous. 1) The American Kid. There are some scenes that's he's good in. Most, he is just... BAD to be kind. 2) The "Modern Day" characters about town. The main ones they focused on (including the kids) seemed too accepting of Merlin and his appearing. Someone could of said "he appeared out of nowhere", and someone else laugh it off. If perhaps it was established better that Merlin was known as "the town nutter" (a little extra dialog could of killed that one) and only one person believed he was really Merlin (say the girl or her mother), then there could be a better believability. Also, everyone seemed to be a bit nonchalant when Merlin uses his magic and then Mordred comes through the gateway the first time. Yet through the holes, lies a pretty darn good story for the most part, and some solid acting and swordplay. Really a fun movie. I gave it 5 out of 10, because of the distractions, but it's still a very fun movie, though better for kids than adults (and that could of easily been fixed).

Reviewed by pmc31-1 2 / 10 / 10

Not the worse movie I've seen.....

but coming close to it. This film has possibly on of the worst, and slowest, sword fights in the history of cinema. It was that bad, it looked as though the editor had used footage of a dress rehearsal, instead of the real scene. Add to this appalling accents, dodgy over the top acting, and cheap sets that looked like early Dr Who/ sixties Star Trek. If you're an adult watch John Boormans "Excalibur". If you have kids watch the Sam Neil mini-series. But avoid this at all costs.

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