i need info about this movie, because i remember parts of it from when i was little but i cant really remember it. i only remember a creepy witch lady with a high pitched voice who had a weird jewel thing on her head and a little servant guy (martin short?) who had a head on both sides..is this the same movie?? email me, someone who knows, at rbrbsss@hotmail.com thanks!!

>>By beccabeccaboo   (Saturday, 30 Nov 2002 23:28)

What is the signifience of lancelots dream in the forest?

>>By bush man   (Wednesday, 15 Jan 2003 05:57)

Nobody with 2 heads in this movie..

The dream is Lancelots battle with himself ...

Even though in todays times ideas of loyalty and placing ones duties above
ones own wants and needs is dead the setting is a very different world perhaps his wound was more like his heart breaking knowing that he can never have what wants. His tragic flaw if you will.

>>By Logan   (Saturday, 1 Feb 2003 04:58)

hmmmmmmmm never seen the movie........this is the a good site!!!! AWSOME!

>>By hmmmmm   (Tuesday, 18 Mar 2003 21:44)

I can't remember the name of the forest and niether does anybody I ask. So if you know pleas answer

>>By ShameDog   (Thursday, 27 Mar 2003 15:31)

I adore this movie, one of my favouritemovie and seen it about 5 times only from the beginning to the end, but some of my favourite parts maybe more than 20. It's on VHS, i can look sometime for the name of the forest or something. =D

>>By Thorondor   (Friday, 28 Mar 2003 20:30)

Yea, I loved Excalibur too. I'm actually doing a project about it.

>>By Dan   (Thursday, 3 Apr 2003 17:29)

Hay there to anyone who visits/visited this site. I'm sure those of you who have seen this movie love it (you should). For those of you who haven't, it is a must-see! A great movie indeed because it has everything a good movie needs. The things "Excalibur" has are excellent acting, good storyline, great music (mostly from "Carmina Bourana" and Wagner), and great direction such as scenery, camera shots, etc. These elements really grab a viewer's heart into loving the movie, which is a masterpiece. If you haven't seen this movie, rent it from your local video store. (Other than Excalibur, I also recomend the movie Krull, which is my favourite fantacy film after Excalibur)

>>By Thanasi Stamatis (The Big Greek Cheese   (Sunday, 6 Apr 2003 03:07)

Does anyone understand the meaning of the green light? It pops up in several scenes, so it clearly means something, but I honestly don't understand the significance.

>>By Chat Noir   (Saturday, 12 Apr 2003 04:38)

The movie where Martin Short play a servent guy with two heads (actually, to be fair, he doesn't have two heads, he just does this weird spinny-aroundy thing when he changes shape) is the miniseries Merlin, which was shown on NBC in the late nineties. Granted, that movie stole quite a bit from Excalibur, so it's easy to see how one might get confused.

>>By Bridget   (Saturday, 12 Apr 2003 04:43)

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