The modern day swords-and-sorcery genre doesn't get enough love these days, which is why it's important to pay attention when it comes around again. Quest with Duke Snooty and Goon the Fool on an epic adventure full of magic, heroics, chivalry, all in a kid-friendly package! But be warned, it's strictly BYOS (bring your own sword).
Empty your cup, that you might quench your thirst for knowledge with Snooty and Goon of this American kung fu cinematic experience that brought two Hong Kong film legends together for the purpose of teaching a white kid from Boston the secrets of the art.
Warner Bros. Pictures
Do you like gritty reboots? How about sword-and-sorcery fantasy? Realistic, brutal fighting? Medieval political intrigue? A gripping Chosen One narrative? Frenetic action sequences? Well, then this movie has what you're looking for. All of it. All at once. And that leaves Snooty and Goon to try and pull apart this mess of an adaptation looking for something of merit.
The only witch I want to find in the woods is a sand witch! Ha-haa! But seriously, this movie is terrible, and you should never go actively looking for paranormal crap in the forest. Camp responsibly.