.....What with his accident, Guest House Paradiso, and this, it was a low point for the funny,an, and after this, the only way was up.
The dark forces of Mordred are pitted against the mythical sorcery of Merlin. Mordred and his mother Morgana have been imprisoned in another world for the past 1500 years while Merlin's magical powers kept them at bay.
However, in the present, a scientist accidentally finds the gateway to the other world and is about to release Mordred into 20th Century life.
Arthur is reawakened from his slumber and together with Merlin, tries to find a way to stop Mordred from re-entering this world.....
To say the film is bad would be an understatement. I have seen some turkeys in my time, but this is below the children's film foundation standards, and seeing the likes of Bergin, Mayall, and even Sheffer, utter an inane script and perform against horrible CGI skeletons.
But that's not the bad part, the child actors are skull scraping lay bad, and Tia Carrere, once brilliant in Wayne's World and True Lies, is the pits, the absolute pits.
But for such a dog of a movie, it must have mystical powers, because I couldn't take my eyes off screen for a second.
On the plus side, it's the best Stonehenge based movie featuring Merlin in the present ever made.
I will give it that.