Tristan + Isolde


Action / Drama / History / Romance / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 32%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 47806


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Henry Cavill as Melot
Rufus Sewell as Marke
Thomas Brodie-Sangster as Young Tristan
James Franco as Tristan
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kerrilane 10 / 10

My go to romantic movie

I love this movie! It is my go to movie that I recommend to all my friends to watch. The settings and filming is stunning and a fantastic treat for the eyes. The music perfectly balanced and the story line is beautifully told. I can and have watched this film over and over again! The trailer for the film is enough to suck you in to watch more! You will thank me!

Reviewed by rockney-39103 9 / 10

Convincing and moving

This film explores the best form of love expressed in rescue, loyalty, selflessness, and sacrifice. No surprise Director Kevin Reynolds was drawn to this as he was with Robin Hood and The Count of Monte Cristo. Leading this endeavor is James Franco (Tristan) who is magnificently restrained as he must bear conflicting loyalties and passion that stretch his inner soul like a medieval torture chamber. Likewise, Sophia Myles (Insolde), in a bizarre twist of fate, must navigate an unexpected and unbearable choice of love and loyalty. Without sounding schmaltzy, this really is sacrificial love at its finest presented by a cast a characters and a story line that is magnificently convincing.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 8 / 10

A Hollywood historical romance that works

Who would have thought it? This is a historical romance set in a time period virtually ignored by Hollywood, based on a 12th century narrative. And it's actually good! I wasn't expecting the themes here to be dealt with in such a mature fashion, but it goes to show that films like this can still be made when the right intentions are behind them. The director of this one is Kevin Reynolds, who made the much-maligned ROBIN HOOD: PRINCE OF THIEVES, but thankfully Bryan Adams is nowhere in sight this time around. The lack of modern knowledge about this period in history means that there's less scope for historical anachronisms, but they're still here! I can overlook the presence of a Norman-style motte and bailey castle, but to have one character quoting a John Donne poem (written some thousand years after this film is set) is inexcusable. Watch out for the fork at a dinner table as well.

Otherwise, the backdrop looks and feels good, and I was pleased to find that there's action and battle here, including a rousing climax and a tournament that recalls that of GLADIATOR (Ridley Scott served as producer on this). The central love story is slightly mishandled, because we end up losing sympathy for the lead characters, particularly Isolde, whose frequent errors of judgement contribute to the tragic storyline. I didn't particularly care for the casting of Sophie Myles either – her Irish accent is all over the place. Imported American lead James Franco is better as the tough hero, but, as with Costner, there's something that screams 'Hollywood' about him, taking away from his authenticity. The good news is that we get Rufus Sewell playing the third spoke of the love triangle, and he's simply superb as the sympathetic king. Sewell usually gets typecast as the bad guy in Hollywood films, but he plays a fully rounded figure here, and he's the best thing in the film, bringing all his scenes to life. I would say that I wish he'd played the hero, but I think his character is actually much more interesting, so I'm not complaining.

So, as with ROBIN HOOD: PRINCE OF THIEVES, despite the anachronisms, this is a thoroughly entertaining movie and one I wouldn't mind watching again. Stunning location photography, romance, battle, conflict, a fine supporting cast and plenty of twists – that's what I want from my historical films!

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