The Iron Knight - Ending of The Iron Knight Showing 1-13 of 13When Meghan became the iron queen she stopped the iron realm from spreading and yes while its still dangerous to the normal fey the iron realm has now carved out its own little corner and everything is controlled. Um as for how Meghan ended up with iron glamour it had to do with her killing Machina. Im guessing he transferred his power into her or something like that
Following a brief theatrical window, the Lionsgate release should swing and parry its way into respectable VOD play. Set in an unnamed empire governed by ancient feudal traditions and utopian racial politics, the story centers on Raiden Owen , a skilled warrior who serves as loyal manservant and wise counselor to the nobleman Bartok Freeman. Meanwhile, Gezza Mott locks himself away in his heavily fortified compound, yells insults at his personal bodyguard Tsuyoshi Ihara , and is unable to shake the feeling that somehow, somewhere, his misdeeds are going to come back to haunt him. Ye think? The red herrings, for all their obviousness, are lined up with meticulous care.
And yet, duty calls. Duty—and honor, and loyalty—are the themes of this thoroughly forgettable, vaguely medieval action epic, and the subjects of lengthy and generic monologues. His film is relentlessly dreary and bleak, smothered in a gray sameness and often obscured by pseudo-artful, slow-motion raindrops or snowfall. There is an effortless multiculturalism to the cast, though, which is appealing, and it gives the film a timelessness despite its centuries-old setting. White, black, Iranian, Israeli, British, Norwegian, Korean and Japanese actors share the screen with ease, and it just sort of makes sense. It retrospect, it turns out his was the only engaging character in this entire overlong slog, and the only one given any traces of a personality.
The glum revenge epic Last Knights is a timeworn tale that, when you squint, looks like the future. Established Hollywood stars Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman are there onscreen clutching swords and intoning dramatic pledges of fealty and death. But the money for the film came from South Korea — and in the movie business, money is always the A-plot. In Asia, South Korean culture reigns supreme. Its pop albums and makeup styles are even cropping up — illegally — on the streets of Pyongyang. The director, Kazuaki Kiriya, is Japanese. The producers are from America.