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In The Name Of The King: Director's Cut

In The Name Of The King: Director's Cut

Released on 28 November 2011

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years and over

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In The Name Of The King is a thrilling action adventure adapted from the cult computer game Dungeon Siege. Starring action superstar Jason Statham, and directed by the iconic Uwe Boll, In The Name Of The King is a breathtaking action adventure full of treachery, magic and incredible battle scenes, set against some of the most awe-inspiring vistas ever captured on film. A simple farmer (Jason Statham) is forced to take up arms after evil tyrant Gallian (Ray Liotta) unleashes a bloodthirsty army that ravages his village and ensnares his family. As the marauding forces begin to overrun the country in an effort to crush top the noble King Konreid (Burt Reynolds), the once peace-loving Farmer is forced to rise and fight for all he loves and lives for. With a band of skilled and trusted warriors, he embarks on a journey into uncharted territory on a perilous rescue mission to destroy Gallian's brutal reign of terror once and for all. Featuring an all star cast, including Ron Perlman (Hellboy), John Rhys-Davies (Lord Of The Rings) and Leelee Sobieski (Eyes Wide Shut) and containing colossal action sequences created by the world-renowned choreographer of Hero and House Of The Flying Daggers, In The Name Of The King delivers the most thrilling spectacle you could possibly imagine.
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actorLeelee Sobieski
certificate15 years and over
directorUwe Boll
duration2 hours and 35 minutes
languagesEnglish
region2
year2007