Merlin and the Book of Beasts

Synopsis: Sorcerer Arkadian has taken over Camelot with a zoo of beasts from his magical book. King Arthur's daughter Avlynn asks Merlin to help her take back Camelot. She also has to find the sacred sword Excalibur to assist her as she leads a band of knights to battle Arkadian.
Genre: Fantasy, Thriller
Director(s): Warren P. Sonoda
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
 
IMDB:
3.8
TV-14
Year:
2010
92 min
12 Views

Five. Five.

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metamorphis metamorphis.

Ow.

This be the Age

of the Arcadian.

Whoa. Whoa.

It is Merlin

here in this enchanted land.

I must admit the tale

of the wild man of the wood

living in this region

isn't much to go on, Father.

And even harder to believe.

Merlin is dead,

just as the legend would have it.

Have faith, Tristan.

I should think the man

long dead as well.

And not in such a place as this.

Merlin is not a mortal man, son.

Normal rules of life and death

do not apply,

at least not to him.

Trickery, Galahad.

I sometimes forget, good warrior,

you were born in a different age.

In my day sorcery and swordplay

went hand in hand.

Whoa whoa.

It was a different time

before the walls went up

and this certain darkness came.

You really don't believe

in magic, Tristan?

I believe what my eyes can see.

And what I see

is a fool's folly.

And we're riding

right along with him.

Who would dwell

in a place like this?

Someone not eager

to get found.

Stay alert, knights.

When we encounter Merlin

I guarantee

you will believe in magic.

On the ready.

The forest is changing.

This is unnatural.

This is magic, boy.

Galahad.

I am Sir Galahad,

the last Knight of the Order

of the Round Table.

Reveal yourself.

You've been warned.

Swords.

What does the sign say?

"Tread no further

under promise of death. "

It's empty.

Like the threat of the sign.

We move on then.

Stop. It's a trap!

Who dares enter

this secret domain?

Watch these eyes.

Watch these eyes

as they watch you.

In my grasp,

like the snake in my hand, see?

Don't be shy.

Let's get better acquainted,

shall we?

Gotcha!

You evaded my spell

and bested my hollow knight.

I'm must be

getting rusty myself.

I am sorry to inform you,

the only reward

for such misplaced valor

will be sudden death

at my hands, see?

It's what I promised the forest.

Now...

They sent a girl.

Master Merlin.

Get you gone before I forget

how indulgent I've become.

I've come with Sir Galahad

and our knights

to these enchanted woods

seeking your counsel.

What, you and those

rogues back there?

Impossible.

We're hoping you might use

your magic to guide us

as you once did for King Arthur.

Arthur is gone.

Britain has fallen.

And they send a choirgirl

to fetch me.

Tell me,

can you sing a song, choirgirl?

Can you?

La la la la la la.

Go on, do a little dance.

Entertain an ancient man

in the forest.

I was expecting you to be older.

I didn't expect you at all.

That's how old I am.

The less I want, the less I need.

I'm getting younger

by the day, I swear.

It's power. It's magic.

I'm aging backwards.

Granting you the virtues

of both youth and experience, sir.

Is youth a virtue?

One day I'm gonna become as young

and stupid as you are, I should wonder.

I'd like to say I don't have the time,

but I do.

So why are you here,

"better"?

We have chosen to restore

the Knights of the Round Table.

Restore? With what?

With you?

With knaves and scraps?

Galahad's a relic, same as me,

as wanted and useful

as magic is to man.

What do you think I'm doing

living in the forest?

The threat of magic brings us here.

And magic we seek

in order to find it.

The land... it finds itself

under the rule by a dark wizard

who calls himself the Arcadian.

He has resurrected

a twisted Camelot...

a dark and perverse version

of the once glorious kingdom

from which he has unleashed

a reign of terror across the land.

What does he seek?

We know not.

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