Adam Felber (NPR) returns to talk about the “In The Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale.” (listen to the review and watch the whole movie) The master director, Uwe Boll, makes a film with very little dungeons and not one siege. Imagine “Lord of the Rings” with Jason Statham as Frodo Baggins, Burt Reynolds as the king and lots of fake boobs. Matthew Lillard (FX’s “The Bridge” and “Bosch”) eats up scenery as Ray Liotta takes a nap.
“In The Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale” w/ @adamfelber
July 10, 2013Written by Adam
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