[PnP] Seeker And Other Films Through The P&P Lens

Guy Cornmesser phineascromwell at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 00:12:30 CET 2008

At first glance, I wasn't sure if you were talking about the film "The  
Seeker" or the TV series "Legend Of The Seeker"; I haven't seen either yet.
The thread made me think of something I do all the time. I have a huge DVD  
collection and I re-watch my favorite films, particularly the  
fantasy-oriented ones, endlessly.
In addition to general inspiration, I try to imagine placing the film's  
content in terms of P&P. Some of my favorites are Conan The Barbarian,  
Dragonslayer, Excalibur, The Beastmaster, The Dark Crystal, Krull,  
Ladyhawke; period films also that spark different kinds of inspiration for  
me include many, like Richard Lester's The Three Musketeers/The Four  
Musketeers/The Return Of The Musketeers, Elizabeth, Elizabeth: The Golden  
Age, Shogun, Braveheart, Rob-Roy; etc,etc,etc...
I was curious to hear anyone else's favorites, and maybe what aspects of  
them draw similarities to P&P, or what might downright fit right in The  
Lands Perilous.

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