||Robert Powell, George Winter, Ronald
life -- from an orphaned prince to a
extraordinary sorcerer -- is explored here. When he wanders into an
enchanted cave chock full of magic crystals, Merlin is transformed.
Suddenly endowed with the power to successfully cast tremendous spells,
the ability to tell the future, AND a knack for homeopathic healing,
Merlin embarks on a quest to find his father. Along the way, he
encounters many adventures.
To be honest
I haven't seen it completely, maybe I became a grumpy old girl but the
story is slower at times and the direction is not very good... nor the
costumes! Anyway, you can bet I've just seen Robert's scenes and yes!
fallen again in love watching him with that long black hair which suits
Well, I have not just critics for this film. One point for the director
for the stunning resemblance of the young actors who played Merlin at
If you're wondering what does Robert do in the film he's Ambrosius,
Merlin's lost (and hopefully found 40 minutes after the beginning)
father. And yes! in the picture above his hair isn't long, don't worry
and believe me!
|The few scenes
with Robert, as usual. However, I'd like someone answers me this
terrible and unanswered question : why the hell, at the supposed period
of the story, did Robert's character had a perfectly curly short hair
when he was young and when he's older he has his hair straight and
long? And then, when Ambrosius' ghost appears he has short hair again!