In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds


Action / Adventure


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December 14, 2011 at 11:27 am



Dolph Lundgren as Granger
Lochlyn Munro as The King/Raven
Natassia Malthe as Manhatten
Christina Jastrzembska as Holy Mother
595.59 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
P/S 0 / 5

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by CC_Nemesis 3 / 10


Hard to say who mucked this one up. I expected more of Uwe Boll after his brilliant work on "Dafur". It feels like Dolph's character (Granger) never really settles in the "other world" he has been taken to. Maybe its because he keeps wearing his Army jacket... But while he keeps being an outsider, you don't get "sucked" into the movie. The whole plot is awfully slow, nothing really happened halfway through the movie. The action is unsatisfying, it seems the side-cast is just practicing. The "Castle" looks completely artificial and so does the Kings Crown. (its one of those 5 bucks Made in China crowns you'll buy for your kids to play)

I am disappointed to say the least.

My advice: skip this one.

Reviewed by tjabbalabba 1 / 10

Two worlds: Two words - Utter crap!

Well, what can u say. You cant blame Uwe Boll for not trying, can you? Make no mistake, this movie is not going to disappoint you - IF you are a true Uwe Boll-fan. Im NOT. You might think Uwe Boll learned from his mistakes from his last movies, but his directing style is not going anywhere - it is still utterly horrible. Two worlds does not have a big budget as some of Uwe bolls other movies, nor are there any bigger names to talk about either. The story is just plain stupid and the way it is told is even more stupid. At some point you will wonder if you are watching a bad comedy or something, cause you simply cant take it seriously. I don't even have to tell you what the movie is about cause you will most likely turn the movie off before you even passed the intro-scene anyway. The movie does not even qualify for television, its that bad. The only reason i watched this movie was to see HOW bad it was. Considering all the movies Uwe Boll has directed, and not progressed an inch from it, Uwe Boll must be the worst director ever out there.

Reviewed by unbrokenmetal 5 / 10

Stranger in a strange land

A sequel with only a tenth of the budget of its predecessor obviously doesn't stand a chance in the comparison. Instead of Burt Reynolds as a king facing an army of 1000 Orcs in leather armour, you get some unknown young man as a king with an army of 20 extras in black cotton. The fortress looks like anyone could destroy it on a Monday morning. The dragon shows some professional CGI effects, one rare point that exceeds the expectations. Nevertheless, if you decide to do a fantasy movie when you are forced to make many restrictions, either the story and characters must save the day (like in 'Warrior Angels'), or you make uncompromising, hilarious trash (such as 'Barbarian Queen'). In "Two Worlds", neither of these two possibilities is accomplished, it must be said.

Movies where fantasy heroes are traveling to the modern age (from 'Beastmaster 2' to 'Masters of the Universe') are usually cheesy. They fortunately tried the other way around here and moved a modern day hero to the distant past: Dolph Lundgren. As Granger the Stranger, he has unusual things to worry about, like drinking water probably full of bacteria, and he certainly has no respect for kings and witches. Natassia Malthe gets the funniest part, which must have been a nice change for her after the Bloodrayne stuff: she is a doctor trying to find out more about the medicine of the future. The story is well paced, so the 90 minutes passed quickly, but I was left with a feeling that I didn't quite get what I expected.

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