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TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon 22 March 2010
Now don't start on me. I know it's Disney. I know the version with Oliver Reed is the definitive one. Don't start on me, until you have watched this movie, because this movie...? This movie is epic. For real.

You've got young Chris O'Donnell with the worst hair in the world getting his shirt off at every opportunity. You've got Charlie Sheen in tight breeches with a Tony Stark 'tache; Keifer Sutherland getting it on with his manpain and woe; Oliver Platt being awesome and getting all the best lines. And that's not including Tim Curry stealing the entire movie and chewing the scenery like the old British pro he is, Paul McGann as the shrillest redhead in the world and Hugh O'Conor as the cutest ickle King Louis you will ever meet.

This movie has got it all. Hell, this movie is so awesome its theme song is performed by Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting. Oh yeah. Not just one of 'em, not even two, but all three.
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