Ronal the Barbarian (2011)

Not Rated   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy


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The 100 Barbarian Sons of Krull get attacked by a superior force and captured. It's up to the young, weak but smart Ronal to free them. 3 join his dangerous quest.


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1 November 2013 | spud-eleven
7
| NOT Lost in Translation--Hilarious!
The other reviewer apparently wasn't watching the same picture that I was. Ronal the Barbarian is a weakling who must rise to the occasion when all of his clanmates are captured for evil purposes, and seeks to liberate them by finding and wielding the Sword of Crane in a fully tongue-in-cheek sendup of sword-and-sorcery pictures, spoofing Robert E. Howard's Conan the Barbarian and loads of imitators in addition to riffing wickedly upon the goofy relationship between classic heavy metal and the fantasy genre. The gags translate very well and if you're a fan of Robert E. Howard like I am you'll have more than a few hearty laughs out of this, especially a scene where Ronal uses an invisibility potion to perform a heist - man, that was funny! I can't understand why the other reviewer dumped on this picture (In Danish with English subtitles - I preferred this; English dubbed version available in some markets).

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Details

Release Date:

29 September 2011

Language

Danish


Country of Origin

Denmark, Belgium

Box Office

Budget:

DKK18,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,403,409

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