In the Name of the King 3: The Last Mission

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In the Name of the King 3:
The Last Mission
IntheNameoftheKing3.MoviePoster.png
Movie poster
Directed byUwe Boll
Produced byUwe Boll
Dan Clarke
Gary Otto
Tatyana Pedersen
Jonathan Shore
Dessy Sims
Written byJoel Ross
Based onDungeon Siege
by Gas Powered Games
StarringDominic Purcell
Ralitsa Paskaleva
Daria Simeonova
Music byJessica de Rooij
CinematographyMathias Neumann
Edited byThomas Sabinsky
Production
company
Boll KG Productions / Herold Productions / Event Film Distribution
Distributed byEvent Film Distribution (World-wide)
AMG Entertainment (Japan)
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (Australia)
Splendid Film (2014) (Germany)
Release date
  • February 5, 2014 (2014-02-05) (Sweden DVD)
Running time
86 minutes
CountryCanada
United States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$3.5 million[1]

In The Name of the King 3: The Last Mission is a 2014 Canadian-American action fantasy film co-produced and directed by Uwe Boll. Starring Dominic Purcell, it is the third entry in the series,[2] and the sequel to 2011's In the Name of the King 2: Two Worlds.

Plot[edit]

Hazen Kaine (Dominic Purcell) is a ruthless modern-day assassin, wanting out, and determined to quit the business after carrying out one last job involving a European royal family; kidnapping the two daughters. Hazen easily completes this task, and locks the two girls in a connex box and discovers that one of the girls is wearing a necklace with a charm that looks similar to a tattoo he has and takes the charm from the young girl, which opens a portal to the Middle Ages.[3]

Once there Hazen soon gains his bearing and realizes quickly that a village before him is being attacked by a dragon. Hazen runs to the village when he see that the dragon has noticed him and now attacks him too. He uses his pistol to fire at the dragon. When two sisters Arabella (Ralitsa Paskaleva), and Emeline (Daria Simeonova) notice this, they call to him and bring him into their home for safety. The sisters soon take him to their shaman where he finds out he was chosen to return to the Middle Ages and bring back order to a kingdom in chaos.

Hazen comes to realize that he must stand against the evil King Tervon (Marian Valev), who has seized the kingdom for himself. He and the sisters form an army and head for Tervon's castle, but are ambushed by the king's armies. After a serious battle Hazen faces and easily defeats Tervon in a duel. It is also revealed the dragon which attacked the village earlier is actually controlled by Tervon, who calls upon it to make his escape when he is defeated in the duel against Hazen. Now Hazen finds himself up against an evil king, his armies, and the dragon he controls as Hazen now realizes he must fight on the side of good. He and Arabella finally reach Tervon's castle and Hazen defeats and kills him with ease.

Arabella tells him he must save the girls he locked in the connex box. Hazen returns to his time, but the dragon now under no ones control follows him trying to kill him. The men who hired him are trying to kill him as well. He finds the man who hired him holding the girls at gunpoint. He fights the remaining henchmen and one of them is carried off by the dragon, which heads off some place unknown. Hazen returns the girls home, and their father allows him to leave unharmed; to which Hazen thanks him in return and walks off. In the final shot, the dragon is seen flying overhead in the background.

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Box office/business for In the Name of the King 3: The Last Job (2014)"".
  2. ^ "Coming to Blu-ray from director Uwe Boll and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment is the next story and all IN THE NAME OF THE KING III". Military Press.
  3. ^ "Uwe Boll Knights Dominic Purcell for In the Name of the King III, Produces the Knights vs. Werewolves Flick Moonrunners". Dreadcentral.com.

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