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In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (3-Nov-2006)

Director: Uwe Boll

Writers: Jason Rappaport; Dan Stroncak; Doug Taylor

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Video Game

Film adaptation of the Dungeon Siege video game franchise follows an everyman's quest to avenge a vicious attack on his family and farm.

Farmer, medieval everyman living a humble life in the kingdom of Ehb, suffers an attack on his farm while wife Solana and their son are out bringing vegetables to market; an investigation into the incident alongside neighbor Norrick sees his son murdered by the creatures responsible for the attack, named Krugs, and Solana taken hostage. Now, Farmer must set out on a journey to rescue Solana and avenge his son's death, punching above his weight to slay the Krugs and thwart a coup attempt masterminded by the king of Ehb's nephew.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Colin Ford
12-Sep-1996   Joe McAlister on Under the Dome
Claire Forlani
1-Jul-1972   Boys and Girls
Matthew Lillard
24-Jan-1970   Scream, Scooby-Doo, SLC Punk
Ray Liotta
18-Dec-1954   Goodfellas
Kristanna Loken
8-Oct-1979   Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
Ron Perlman
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy
Burt Reynolds
11-Feb-1936   Moustached Cannonball Run actor
John Rhys-Davies
5-May-1944   Gimli the dwarf in Lord of the Rings
Leelee Sobieski
10-Jun-1983   Eyes Wide Shut
Jason Statham
12-Sep-1967   Snatch
Brian J. White
21-Apr-1973   Stomp the Yard


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