Paul’s review of A Knight’s Tale

A Knight’s Tale (May 11th 2001 – rated PG) stars Heath Ledger as squire William Thatcher, who is an assistant to a champion jouster who sadly dies during a competition. As nobody has eaten for days, William decides to take his place and after winning decides that he wants to carry on with the competitions. Add in a chance meeting with Geoffrey Chaucer (Paul Bettany) and a love interest for Will and you can imagine the outcome is going to be a mix of comedy and upset.

The soundtrack of popular rock music was a really weird choice but works extremely well and I have to admit that the movie definitely brought a few tears to my eyes. This movie flies along for its two and a bit hours and one you need to watch and I can recommend adding to your collection.

Rating: an easy 5/5!

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2 thoughts on “Paul’s review of A Knight’s Tale

  1. Remmy Meggs

    I was barely 12 when I saw this. The story was good, the acting was great, The music was well… Queen, but I guess for a movie about such things the music was perfect. I bought this movie when it came out. I didn’t get to see it again for several years, my parents stored everything I owned into my grandmother’s basement.
    I lived with only my clothes and a few dinosaur toys until I was fourteen when I got everything back. This was the first movie I watched. For a boy, this movie was the ultimate. 5 out of 5 stars from me! I have to add, for you girls, it is a kissing movie, but a boy can’t have everything right?

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