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    Beowulf & Grendel

    In 500 A.D, Hrothgar is a king of Denmark - a group of warruois chase a large and burly man. And the father instructs his son - Grendel - to hide from the attacker鈥檚 view. Grendel鈥檚 father is shot. Grendel finds his father鈥檚body and cuts the head off to take it home. Many years later, Grendel becomes as large and powerful as his father, he makes plan to revenge.
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  • Actors of "Beowulf & Grendel"

  • Characters of "Beowulf & Grendel"

    Grendel. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Grendel's Father. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    King Hrothgar. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Aeschere. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Beowulf. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Played by: Gerard Butler
    Breca. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Played by: Rory McCann
    Hondscioh. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Played by: Tony Curran
    Grendel's Mother. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Unferth. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Queen Wealtheow. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Father Brendan. Character of Beowulf & Grendel
    Played by: Eddie Marsan
  • Directors of "Beowulf & Grendel"

    Sturla Gunnarsson. Director of Beowulf & Grendel
    Sturla Gunnarsson
    Birthdate: 1 January 1951, Reykjavik, Iceland
  • Creators of "Beowulf & Grendel"

    Anonymous. Director of Beowulf & Grendel
    Andrew Rai Berzins. Director of Beowulf & Grendel
    Andrew Rai Berzins
  • Critic Reviews of "Beowulf & Grendel"

    Boston Globe
    August 12, 2006

    Trying to give us the true story behind the epic, the movie only reminds us of why humans write epics in the first place.

    L.A. Weekly
    July 27, 2006

    [You can] feel the filmmakers yearning to have Beowulf and Grendel go all Rambo on each other. Instead, they keep pulling back for more Old English angst, as if they're torn between commerce and winning the approval of their high school English teacher.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    July 14, 2006

    A semi-mythic period piece, Beowulf & Grendel offers sublime scenery that's breathtaking and bone-chilling.

    Chicago Tribune
    July 13, 2006

    This gristle-intensive R-rated version of Beowulf travels a predictable revisionist route.

    Entertainment Weekly
    July 12, 2006

    A muscular, ardently naturalistic retelling of the ninth-century Anglo-Saxon saga.

    AV Club
    July 12, 2006

    Andrew Rai Berzins' script spruces up long stretches of Old English with unexpected bursts of cussing and gleeful vulgarity that feel as misguided as everything else in the film.

    Flick Filosopher
    October 14, 2006

    The thrilling beauty of this reading of Beowulf is that it makes [the characters] feel modern... These people live in the real world, not in a fable and not in a history book.
    October 07, 2006


    August 24, 2006

    Gunnarsson has made a film that would make the real Beowulf and Grendel, if they ever really existed, quite proud.

    Movie Habit
    August 12, 2006

    A fascinating trip to the dark ages and a good story well told
    August 09, 2006

    If you're game for a strange and beautiful-looking new version of the (very) old legend, you can safely give this one a rental.

    Boxoffice Magazine
    July 28, 2006

    Beowulf's reality-driven approach suffers for lack of scope and questionable poetic license.

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