Season Of The Witch

Release Date: 27 June 2011 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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Nicolas Cage stars in this fantasy adventure set in the Middle Ages. As the Black Plague ravages 14th-century Europe, a brave knight (Cage) is assigned to transport a suspected witch (Claire Foy) to the trial in which she stands accused of using sorcery to invoke the pandemic. Believing that the allegations against her are false, Behman and a group of wary followers fight through a mystical and treacherous landscape to take her to a remote monastery where her innocence can be proved, and the curse of the plague can be lifted. But on arrival, even darker forces await them. Ron Perlman and Christopher Lee co-star.
Release Date: 27 June 2011
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Dominic Sena
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Expected a lot more

I will admit now this review could of gone a whole different way if it wasn't for Nicholas Cage...he saves this film but only to 3 stars! I had so much hope that this film was going to be amazing, but was hugely disappointed. It's watchable yea but its going to be a while until I get round to seeing it again. The story is poor and the acting is poor with the exception of cage.



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