i found this movie to be one the best loves stories that i have seen in
along time.James Franco and Sophia Myles were amazing together the love
scenes where great they have the chemistry to pull the scenes off.the
brilliant and i like how they've changed the story and the way they put
the whole movie together was great. the love affair between the two and
the battles were amazing if i would go see over and over again so if
seen this amazing movie i would go and see it.trust me you Will not
regret it. they both did a remarkable job their performance was breathe
taking. Franco and Myles made the love look so real and if people say
it was a bad movie their wrong because it was a brilliant love story..
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This Is Da Greaest Romantic Film!!.
This is move is amazing!.
pallid tale of unrequited love
Like "Romeo and Juliet," "Tristan and Isolde" is a tale of forbidden
love set in the Middle Ages (although it far predates Shakespeare's
work both in setting and in origin). In this case, the two young lovers
are separated along national lines, with Tristan a young Briton, and
Isolde nothing less than the princess of Ireland. As their two
countries do battle against one another, the benighted couple tries
desperately to make their love work in a bitterly hostile world.
This is a handsome, well-crafted film, glorious to look at but tedious
to sit through. Since we've seen so many of these tales already, it's a
little hard for us to work up much passion for this one - even if, as
we're told, the fate of an entire kingdom hangs on this relationship.
Moreover, there is such a profusion of Angles, Saxons, Irish etc.
running around on screen that it is often difficult to distinguish one
from the other and to know just who is fighting whom (or who is allied
with whom) at any given moment.
James Franco and Sophia Myles make for a fairly bland, conventionally
modern young couple, but Rufus Sewell provides a subtle, sympathetic
performance as the man who both raises Tristan and marries Isolde.
If Medieval romances are your cup of tea, by all means check out
"Tristan and Isolde," but there are far better tales of unrequited love
around than this one..