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The Last Templar [DVD]

2.8 out of 5 stars 84 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Mira Sorvino, Scott Foley, Victor Garber, Don Jordan, Larry Day
  • Directors: Paolo Barzman
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: None
  • Dubbed: None
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: None
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Brightspark
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Mar. 2012
  • Run Time: 193 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006WYBL7E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,039 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

The Last Templar is based on the International New York Times best selling book by Raymond Khoury.

It's 1291 AD, following the fall of Acre, a small party of Knights Templar leave the city with a small chest and a terrible secret. Their ship, the Falcon Temple, is damaged in a ferocious storm at sea and sinks. One of the Knights is mortally wounded and dies after hiding a small leather pouch under a gravestone. He charges the remainder of the ship's company to deliver an encoded letter to the Head of the Templars.

The last surviving Knight reaches Paris in 1314, just in time to see the Grand Master being burned at the stake after refusing to reveal the location of the Templars' treasure. The last Knight commits himself to maintaining the legend of the Templars' threat to the Catholic Church. With non stop action, violence and bloody recreations of the Knight Templars last stand.

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The Last Templar, a story within a story. An insight into how the Templars came about, then destroyed by the church that created them. This makes you think, how people plotted to gain advantage over others. An Historic story of intrigued, mystery and a quest to find out what was hidden by the Last Templar.

It is a long film but in two parts,(so one can take a break). As history goes, one does not have the full facts nor the full truth of an event, but can speculate to what happenes. So if you enjoy a very good story based around an historic event, then watch this dvd as it has it merits.
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This was just so bad I had to write my first ever review. The historical aspect of this film is thinly laced throughout and to be honest offers very little to someone who has even a basic knowledge of the history of the crusades and the Knights Templar. The book I haven't read, but the screenplay - well it's just trying to do to much, which isn't a criticism in itself, it just fails to succeed in it's delivery at any point. A historic film - barely, a social comment - poorly, a love story - come on! Then there's a mute scene with the main two actors sitting outside eating in Turkey - looked like the remains of something that had been dropped? And if there was a large budget - well I'm guessing it's in someone's back pocket. This film had all the hallmarks of "made for tv" and in my humble opinion has been a very poor purchase based on what a lot of the other reviews had said. Sorry, it's a wrong un . . . . . good it is not!
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I didn't realise this was a mini-series till it arrived. What you get is a reasonable little series based on a Templay mystery, which pans out as Indiana Jones mets Lara Croft meets Da Vinci Code. For a couple of evenings light entertainment it works well, and the flashback scenes are fairly good, but the action adventure parts are predictably dumbed down and probably would be enjoyed better by the kiddies. It's not a bad series, it's just not a good one.
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I was a little disappointed to discover that this was not a film but a "made for TV" series put onto DVD. It does say so on the box & may well in the description, so that's my own fault for not checking! Just saw the title & thought Yey! As it was, rather than the exciting Hollywood blockbuster I was expecting, it turned out to be an average, set in modern times, TV series that in reality had I seen it on the TV I probably would have changed channel after 30 minutes! I gave it my best shot & watched several hours of it on the night we'd planned to watch the (not) film & we went off to bed with it unfinished due to it's length. That was 2 or 3 weeks ago now & I have to say we have not as yet watched the rest of it, I probably will one day just to find out what happens, but I think it's very telling that we did not get up the next day, or any day since, with the burning desire to watch the end! I may have been over generous with the 3 stars, but at the same time it doesn't quite deserve 2! So 2 & half stars, entertaining if you like that sort of thing, but not the historical epic of War, Knights, chivalry & Battle I was expecting!
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In truth more a 3.5 rating but closer to 4 than 3! I liked the book which is more serious and darker but the film does a reasonable job of sticking to the story. Artistic license is employed of course and like other reviewers have said there's the female Indianna Jones aspect as well. If you're wondering about this I wouldn't be put off by the negative reviews. It's very easy to knock something like this especially if you're dismissive of the genre or the various 'conspiracy' theories regarding the Templars and their treasure. But if, like me, you find the whole subject interesting you'll forgive the flaws and just enjoy the film. It's good fun! The flashback scenes are very atmospheric and I enjoyed it. Like The Da Vinci Code the book is much better but this is definitely worth watching.,
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A good imitation of many stories pulled together. A winning combination for light entertainment but not the serious content I had expected. Swimming in the sea wearing chain mail ? I don't think so ! The half-way break threw my slightly but was acceptable.
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Well what can i say, the film is a weak attempt at a Da Vinci Code style of film. Good flashbacks to the Templars, but thats where it ends. The main female character is not very 'real'. The editing is also very choppy, towards the end of the film there are some odd scene jumps, one minute they are camping in the desert (love scene) then it cuts to, they have found the missing shrine and are entering it??

Good kiddy/teen film with knights and sword fights but thats it.
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The Last Templar. What a truly horrendous steaming car crash of an adaptation. Utterly horrified that I wasted actual money buying this pitiful screen flatulence. I blame myself for being seduced by a box enticingly depicting gritty noble templar bowed in honourable knee-bent pose: grimy, tired, clearly post-battle & worthy in every degree. A city burns in the background shot, 3 more images on the back cover show templars in battle, templars in contemplative agony, templar fists nobly gripping sword hilt... "It's 1291 AD following the fall of Acre..." decrees the box, "[Templar ship sinks during] ferocious storm... Knights mortally wounded... small leather pouch hidden under gravestone..." Oooooo, I thought, cracking! "Last surviving knight reaches Paris in 1314... in time to see Grand Master... burned at the stake." Sounds wonderfully dramatic - SHAME IT'S NOT IN THIS BL**DY FILM THEN. At most, this historical period action/content represents 10% of the film (Paris isn't in it at all!!!). What is there is lazily & ham-fistedly inserted as 'flashback' filler. Even in its very limited cack-handed application, it's still the only flesh on a diabolically dribbly lame 90% CURRENT DAY film. A current day film stabbing wildly at several genres including crime/mystery/action/lump hammer-subtle love story that - being generous - is hanging onto the tow hitch of The Da Vinci Code. Blisteringly poor acting, continuity foul-ups, the usual painful TV drama underestimation of the audience's intelligence... oh god, it was BAD. B.A.D. Just don't. Unless someone thick you hate has a birthday coming. Actually, not even then: raise their game & buy them the Tellytubbies DVD instead. I'm off to sterilise my eyes. :|
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