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Sunday, June 22, 2014
Movie Review: ****^Ladyhawke (1985)
A wolf hunter is sent to capture Navarre, but he evades capture. The hawk is wounded, in a scuffle with the bishop's guards. They flea to the monk's monastery for refuge. The monk has discovered a way he can be redeemed, but Navarre is just intent on revenge. In their journeys, the wolf falls through the ice of a lake, and Gaston is scratched trying to rescue him. They do make it to the city, Navarre with his hope of revenge, and the monk with his hope of redemption. Great sword fight between Navarre and the Captain of the guard (Ken Hutchinson). I love the action, the sword play, and the mysterious things surrounding this couple. Very well done.