Merlin's Apprentice: The Search for the Holy Grail

Merlin's Apprentice: The Search for the Holy Grail

Director: David Wu Cast: Sam Neill, Miranda Richardson, John Reardon
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Merlin's Apprentice: The Search for the Holy Grail

Directed, acted, and produced in the same mold -- and on the same level -- as its many other family friendly, critically-acclaimed television specials, Hallmark Entertainment presents Merlin's Apprentice: Search for the Holy Grail. Starring screen legend Sam Neill (Dead Calm, A Cry in the Dark) in the title role and one of Britain's most accomplished thespians, Miranda Richardson (Damage) as The Lady of the Lake, the miniseries opens with the great wizard returning to Camelot, only to find the entire mythical community in ruins from the theft of its most revered Holy Grail. Accompanied by a rambunctious young pickpocket named Jack (John Henry Reardon), Merlin undertakes a quest to retrieve the Grail and restore Camelot to its original glory. Merlin's Apprentice: Search for the Holy Grail co-stars Tegan Moss as Yvonne, Christopher Jacot as Graham, Meghan Ory as Brianna, and Woody Jeffreys as Arthur. Veteran Hong Kong Kung-fu filmmaker and John Woo-apprentice David Wu directs.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/14/2006
UPC: 0096009441791
Original Release: 2006
Rating: PG
Source: Echo Bridge
Time: 3:05:00

Special Features

Widescreen; 5.1 surround sound; DTS; Digitally remastered; Interactive menus; Chapter selections; Interviews with cast and crew members

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sam Neill Merlin
Miranda Richardson Lady of the Lake
John Reardon Jack
Christopher Jacot Graham
Andrew Jackson Master Burton
Alexandr Kalugin Rauskaug
Garwin Sanford Lord Weston
Tegan Moss Lady Yvonne
Meghan Ory Brianna
Woody Jeffreys Arthur
Duncan Fraser Sir Thomas
Jennifer Calvert Mistress Deborah

Technical Credits
David Wu Director,Editor
Stuart Aikins Casting
Nancy Bryant Costumes/Costume Designer
Sean Cossey Casting
Christian Ford Screenwriter
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Robert Halmi Executive Producer
Errol Clyde Klotz Production Designer
Michael O'Connor Producer
Matthew O'Connor Producer
Lawrence Shragge Score Composer
Roger Soffer Screenwriter
John Spooner Cinematographer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Merlin's Apprentice
1. Toast to the Grail [7:07]
2. Heart of Camelot [4:15]
3. Fish Tale [7:26]
4. Clumsy Enchanter [5:05]
5. Magical Partners [8:22]
6. Enchanted Walls [4:54]
7. Merlin's Power [5:13]
8. Real Magic [7:24]
9. Love Spell [5:21]
10. Unique Craft [4:55]
11. Fraudulent Queen [5:40]
12. Honor & Glory [7:07]
13. Glimpse of the Past [4:18]
14. Lady of the Lake [5:53]
15. Jack's Quest [8:39]
1. Untested Hands [6:54]
2. Elusive Prey [4:22]
3. Lady Yvonne's Request [10:01]
4. Jack's Vision [3:01]
5. Knightly Virtues [5:21]
6. Deadly Falls [8:02]
7. Pity and Guilt [3:47]
8. Testing the Waters [7:24]
9. Seeking the Truth [7:53]
10. The Perfect Tool [4:38]
11. Brianna's Confession [4:18]
12. Fall From Grace [4:33]
13. Turned to Stone [9:13]
14. Magical Madness [5:46]
15. Pure of Heart [6:50]

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Merlin's Apprentice: The Search for the Holy Grail 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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In no way do I wish to defame the acting talents of Sam Neil or Miranda Richardson. BUT... for the life of me, I can not figure out what, under any circumstances, would induce these two stellar actors of appear in this follow-up movie to "Merlin". It is by far one of the most awful movies I have ever seen. I can't even think of enough adjectives that can describe how truly, truly bad this movie is. I got 1/4 through veiwing and thought...what is this?...what has happened here...? Sorry folks, "Merlin" was a fun romp, "Merlin's Apprentice"??...I can't even put in words how disappointed I was with it. Garage sale fodder is all it's worth, even then I'd feel obligated to warn a potential buyer to save their money. Disheartening to say the least, maybe even brokenheartning for the fantasy movie fan that I am. I can't talk about costumes, sets, even special's just not worth a comment. You may feel different, but take the advice of someone who has been a movie fan for over 40 years, covering every aspect of the industry (drama, comedy, western, musical, sci-fi, fantasy, etc), I know my stuff and don't need a degree to prove it. Bad is Bad...pure and simple.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Everyone who likes magic, adventure, drama, comedy,and mystery should watch this movie. The plot is fantastic and it keeps you glued to the TV until the end. Highly recomended!
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