Your Highness

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Overview

Pineapple Express co-stars Danny McBride and James Franco reunite for director David Gordon Green's fantasy comedy Your Highness, which sends up such beloved '80s gems as Krull and The Sword and the Sorcerer. Thadeous McBride has always stood in the shadow of his older brother, Fabious Franco, a fearless knight who never met a Minotaur he couldn't slay or a warlord he couldn't defeat. Meanwhile, as Fabious embarked on incredible adventures and returned home to lavish celebrations, Thadeous puffed on wizard's ...
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Overview

Pineapple Express co-stars Danny McBride and James Franco reunite for director David Gordon Green's fantasy comedy Your Highness, which sends up such beloved '80s gems as Krull and The Sword and the Sorcerer. Thadeous McBride has always stood in the shadow of his older brother, Fabious Franco, a fearless knight who never met a Minotaur he couldn't slay or a warlord he couldn't defeat. Meanwhile, as Fabious embarked on incredible adventures and returned home to lavish celebrations, Thadeous puffed on wizard's weed, and spent his nights in the company of loose maidens. But Thadeous' life of luxury comes to an abrupt end when powerful wizard Leezar Justin Theroux shows up and abducts Fabious' beautiful fiancée, Belladonna Zooey Deschanel. Now threatened with being cut off from the family fortune by his father, the king Charles Dance, Thadeous reluctantly agrees to join Fabious on a treacherous quest to rescue the fair maiden, and defeat Leezar once and for all. Their voyage to rescue Belladonna will be marked by incredible adventure and unprecedented danger, but together with the help of a fearless warrior named Isabel Natalie Portman the two brothers will battle mythical beasts and villainous knights. Meanwhile, as Isabel carries out a clandestine agenda that could place them all in greater danger than they ever imagined, Thadeous struggles to summon his inner warrior and help his noble brother prevent Leezar from using his powers to usher in a terrifying new age of darkness.
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Special Features

Alternate and deleted scenes ; Gag reel; Damn You Gods: The making of Your Highness; Feature commentary with video intro ; Blu-ray exclusives: ; 15 minutes of extended scenes; Line-o-Rama: An outrageous montage of alternate jokes from different scenes; Perverted visions: More of Thadeous and Fabious's raunchy visit to the Great Wise Wizard ; A Vision of Leezar: Hysterically inappropriate moments with the Evil Wizard
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/9/2011
  • UPC: 025192044243
  • Original Release: 2011
  • Rating:

  • Source: Universal Studios
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Français
  • Time: 1:46:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 6,569

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Danny McBride Thadeous
James Franco Fabious
Rasmus Hardiker Courtney
Natalie Portman Isabel
Toby Jones Julie
Justin Theroux Leezar
Zooey Deschanel Belladonna
Charles Dance King Tallious
Damian Lewis Boremont
Simon Farnaby Manious the Bold
Deobia Oparei Thundarian
B.J. Hogg Royal Advisor
Matyelok Gibbs Mother
Angela Pleasence Mother
Anna Barry Mother
Amber Anderson Maiden
Stuart Loveridge Skinny Prisoner
John Fricker Marteetee
Rupert Davis Second Knight
Julian Rhind-Tutt Warlock
Mario Torres Great Wize Wizard
Noah Huntley Head Knight
Ben Wright Dastardly
Susie Kelly Hooded Witch
Roma Tomelty Hooded Witch
Brigid Erin Bates Hooded Witch
Eilish Doran Hooded Witch
Kiran Shah Tiniest One
Simon Cohen The Barbarian
Graham Hughes Dwarf King
Zhaidarbek Junguzhinov Brother Mein
Nurlan Altayev Brother Mein
David Garrick Daronius the Swift
Dorian Dixon Troll
Darren Thompson Troll
David Thompson Troll
David Thompson Troll
Brian Steele Minotaur Performer
Ben Willbond Ranger
Phil Holden Dwarf Executioner
Chris Burke Dwarf Man
Sinead Burke Dwarf Woman
Tobias Winter Timotay Dungeon Master
Paige Tyler Pale-Skinned Beauty
Rhian Sugden Forest Woman
Amii Grove Forest Woman
Madison Welch Forest Woman
Iga Wyrwal Regina
Charles Shaughnessy Voice Only, Voice Only
Technical Credits
David Gordon Green Director
Craig Alpert Editor
Ben Best Screenwriter
Andrew Z. Davis Executive Producer
Gerd Feuchter Special Effects Supervisor
Framestore Animator
Chris Gebert Sound Mixer
Stuart Hopps Choreography
Mark Huffam Executive Producer
Steve Jablonsky Score Composer
Eileen Kastner-Delago Makeup
Paul Kirby Art Director
Lizzie Lawson Makeup
Peter Mcaleese Co-producer
Danny McBride Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Tom McCullagh Art Director
Jonathan Mone Executive Producer
Aisling Nairn Makeup
Uli Nefzer Special Effects Supervisor
Die Nefzers Special Effects
Chris Newman Asst. Director
Susie O'Sullivan Makeup
Tim Orr Cinematographer
Stuart Rose Art Director
Gail Stevens Casting
Scott Stuber Producer
Mark Tildesley Production Designer
David Warren Art Director
Hazel Webb-Crozier Costumes/Costume Designer
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    This movie was worth a watch, but probably not much more. It was actually pretty silly, and a lot of the acting was pretty sub par. Sometimes these kind of movies can be pretty funny, but this one was a bit cheesy. Rent it first.

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