The Green Knight (2021)
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The Green Knight (2021)


Genre
:
Drama | Adventure | Fantasy
Rating
:
6.7 / 10
Release Date
:
29 July 2021
Resolution
:
1920x1080
Duration
:
2 : 10 minutes
Spoken Language
:
English
Status
:
Released
Overview
:
An epic fantasy adventure based on the timeless Arthurian legend, The Green Knight tells the story of Sir Gawain, King Arthur's reckless and headstrong nephew, who embarks on a daring quest to confront the eponymous Green Knight, a gigantic emerald-skinned stranger and tester of men.

Cast Overview :

Gawain
by: Dev Patel
Lady / Essel
by: Alicia Vikander
Lord
by: Joel Edgerton
Mother
by: Sarita Choudhury
King
by: Sean Harris
Queen
by: Kate Dickie
Scavenger
by: Barry Keoghan
Winifred
by: Erin Kellyman
Green Knight
by: Ralph Ineson
First Thief
by: Emilie Hetland
Second Thief
by: Anthony Morris
Princess / Gawain's Queen
by: Megan Tiernan
Sharecropper's Wife
by: Noelle Brown
Soldier #3
by: Youssef Quinn
Soldier #2
by: Aaron Edo
by: Margeaux Wright
Noble
by: Tyrone Kearns
Blindfolded Woman
by: Helena Browne
Taverngoer
by: Brendan Conroy
Soldier #1
by: Ethan Dillion
Lord in Waiting
by: Chris McHallem
Younger Sister
by: Atheena Frizzell
Bishop
by: Donncha Crowley
Gawain's Friend (uncredited)
by: Patrick Duffy
Townsfolk (uncredited)
by: Janet Grene
Townsfolk (uncredited)
by: Simone Haines
Noble (uncredited)
by: Tyrone Kearns
Knight of the Round Table (uncredited)
by: Tom Leavey

Member Reviews :

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.msbreviews.com/movie-reviews/the-green-knight-spoiler-free-review "The Green Knight is a slow-burn character study with some of the best visuals and sound work I've ever witnessed. David Lowery delivers a thematically heavy, superbly structured narrative focused on the self-discovering journey of the flawed protagonist Sir Gawain. Dev Patel leads with an extraordinarily subtle, powerful performance, accompanied by an equally impressive supporting cast. Andrew Droz Palermo's stunning cinematography, Daniel Hart's atmosphere-setting score, and especially Johnny Marshall's impactful sound design deeply elevate the tremendous epic scope that this movie holds. However, some fantastical elements feel irrelevant, the lack of any sort of action deeply affects the snail-like pacing, and the execution of the ending ultimately leaves me feeling slightly underwhelmed, though admittedly caught by surprise. In the end, it's still an epic character piece that I highly recommend to any fantasy fan but beware of unrealistically high, action-based expectations." Rating: B+
  msbreviews