Your Highness (Unrated) [Blu-ray]
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One thing I was surprised about was that there was surprisingly little "pot" comedy. I figured by the title and the people behind it that this would be another Pineapple Express. It was and it wasn't. It bends and blends genres like Pineapple Express, albeit not as successfully. It didn't have a lot of "pot" comedy though.
Danny McBride stars, James Franco is his heroic older brother, and Natalie Portman is on a quest. They combine forces to defeat the evil wizard and rescue Zooey Dechanel. The plot was stolen large from Clash of the Titans, in an obvious way (mechanical birds, anyone?) but it wasn't as successful an homage to the past as a movie like Paul is. There were also obvious references to Star Wars and Lord of the Rings (some shots are identical).
Without the homages, Your Highness wouldn't work as well. However it did manage to pull these threads together into a watchable movie that has humourous moments. And, much like Pineapple Express, when the action parts happen, the movie morphs into a serious action movie. There was a chase scene and a couple battle scenes that were just as fast paced and exciting as any in an action movie.
I didn't mind Your Highness at all; in fact I think I might watch it again.
With regards to the extras, there are a number of features. I really only watched the gag reel. Frankly, even that bored me.
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