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Your Highness

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Your Highness

David Gordon Green (2010)

98min
15 Certificate
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Review

Our Score
Director David Gordon Green applies the same rowdy style of his Pineapple Express to this mock medieval romp. Natalie Portman stars as a feisty fighting princess who helps pot-smoking slacker prince Danny McBride and his heroic brother (James Franco) after the latter's ditsy fiancée (Zooey Deschanel) is whisked off by a wizard. The rough-hewn if daft adventure follows a predictable course, with plenty of puerile set pieces along the way, while the largely improvised dialogue is amusing (albeit heavy on the expletives). With a terrific supporting cast that includes Charles Dance, Justin Theroux and Toby Jones, Your Highness is a well-made but lowbrow period comedy with limited appeal.

Summary

Dashing Prince Fabious is the greatest hero in the kingdom, while his younger brother Thadeous is a lazy, self-centred fool. When the princess whom Fabious is due to marry is kidnapped by an evil wizard, the two brothers must go on a dangerous quest to rescue her, with a little help from a vengeful warrior woman. Fantasy comedy, with Danny McBride, James Franco and Natalie Portman.

Cast & Crew

Thadeous Danny McBride (2)
Fabious James Franco
Isabel Natalie Portman
Belladonna Zooey Deschanel
Leezar Justin Theroux
Julie Toby Jones
King Tallious Charles Dance
Boremont Damian Lewis
Courtney Rasmus Hardiker
Head knight Noah Huntley
Manious the Bold Simon Farnaby
Mother Angela Pleasence
Warlock Julian Rhind-Tutt
Director David Gordon Green
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Other Information

Language: English Colour Theatrical distributor: E1 Entertainment Guidance: Violence, swearing, nudity. Available on: Available on DVD and BluRay Released on: 8 Apr 2011

Comedy Drama

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