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Alls Faire in Love (2009)

  • Rate: 5.4/10 total 220 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Filming Location: Flint, Michigan, USA
  • Gross: $17,810(USA)(30 October 2011)
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Alls Faire in Love (2009)


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  • IMDb page: Alls Faire in Love (2009)
  • Rate: 5.4/10 total 220 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Filming Location: Flint, Michigan, USA
  • Gross: $17,810(USA)(30 October 2011)
  • Director: Scott Marshall
  • Stars: Christina Ricci, Owen Benjamin and Ann-Margret
  • Original Music By: Jeff Cardoni  Julian Jackson   
  • Soundtrack: Midsummer Morning
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital

Writing Credits By:

  • R.A. White (screenplay) and
  • Scott Marshall (screenplay) &
  • Jeffrey Ray Wine (screenplay)
  • R.A. White (story)

Known Trivia

    Plot: Two rival Medieval shows vie for supremacy in the world of Renaissance Faires.  »

    Story: Two rival Medieval shows vie for supremacy in the world of Renaissance Faires.


    Synopsis: Set in the world of a Renaissance Faire, "All’s Faire in Love" is a light-hearted romp, a romantic camp comedy, falling somewhere between "Shakespeare In Love" and "Meatballs". After years of performing together, a rag-tag theatre troupe is about to lose its prime gig at Ye Olde Times Renaissance Faire when the Faire’s owner threatens to hand over their stage to a rival troupe of conceited, classically-trained Shakespearean actors. The gonzo group must revive their act and find help from an unexpected source – their two new backstage hands, a young actor and actress who must overcome all manner of subterfuge and opposition to prove their worth, win the day, and – perhaps – fall in love.


    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Raquel Carreras known as co-executive producer
    • Mike Dusi known as associate producer
    • Richard Finney known as co-executive producer
    • Cynthia Huffman known as associate producer
    • Michael Mendelsohn known as executive producer
    • Randy Mendelsohn known as executive producer
    • Scott Reed known as producer
    • Ron Singer known as producer
    • John Thompson known as associate producer
    • John Thompson known as co-executive producer
    • Luke Vitale known as co-executive producer
    • Adrian Ward known as executive producer
    • Joseph Woolf known as executive producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Christina Ricci known as Kate
    • Owen Benjamin known as Will
    • Ann-Margret known as Mrs. Banks
    • Matthew Lillard known as Crocket
    • Cedric the Entertainer known as Professor Shockworthy
    • Louise Griffiths known as Jo
    • Sandra Taylor known as Princess Jeanette
    • Martin Klebba known as Count Le Petite
    • Dave Sheridan known as Jester Roy / Horny
    • Chris Wylde known as Rank
    • Bill Engvall known as Mr. Mendelson
    • Tony Stef'Ano known as Bubble Butt
    • Nadine Velazquez known as Mathilda
    • Jonathan Alderman known as Cotton
    • Ewan Bourne known as Sleeping Pirate
    • Corey S. Chabot known as Himself – Street Walker
    • Samantha Chase known as Emily
    • Geralyn Clark known as Pie Eating Contestant
    • Mike Dusi known as Ticket Scalper
    • Anna Dutcher known as Special Thanks
    • Jason Echols known as Wheels
    • Michael Ellison known as Job Candidate
    • Niki Haze known as College Student
    • Kate Elizabeth Hopkins known as Joust Anouncer – Mistress of the Lists
    • Brad Leo Lyon known as Football Coach
    • Michael Mendelsohn known as Wallstreet Banker
    • Peter Ransom known as General Tso
    • Brandon Reed known as Mitchell
    • Alexie Schauerte known as Fairy
    • Andrew Thornhill known as Mudskipper
    • Karl Troll known as Queen's Guard
    • Sarana VerLin known as Renaissance Fiddler
    • Francisca Viudes known as Tourist at the fair
    • Jason Waugh known as Biker Dad
    • Mark Bonto known as Renaissance Jester (uncredited)
    • Diane M. Leach known as Lady in Waiting (uncredited)
    • Lawrence Leach known as Nobleman (uncredited)



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • Ellen Arden known as assistant makeup artist
    • Elizabeth Colburn known as makeup department head
    • Lauri Cuppetilli known as key makeup artist
    • Kevin J Edwards known as hair stylist
    • Jack McQuisten known as key hair stylist
    • Tina Roesler Kerwin known as makeup artist for Christina Ricci (as Tina K. Roesler)
    • Bree Shea known as makeup artist
    • Carolyn Tolley known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

    Art Department:

    • Skip Crank known as assistant property master
    • Patrick Guenther known as art production assistant
    • Kate J. Kogelman known as lead scenic artist
    • Keith Allan Miller known as set dresser
    • Mark Sanger known as on-set dresser
    • Marcus Vernon known as set dresser
    • Wilson Wilkes known as painter




    Production Companies:

    • Patriot Pictures
    • Thats Hollywood
    • Duke of York

    Other Companies:

    • Carlson Catering Company  catering (as Michigan Crafty and Film Production Catering)
    • David Haddad  transportation equipment
    • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production
    • EMS Payroll  extras payroll (uncredited)
    • Film Finances  completion guarantor
    • Haddad's  transportation equipment
    • Mid America Cine Support  expendables
    • Mid America Cine Support  generator
    • Mid America Cine Support  grip and lighting equipment
    • National Bank of California  financing provided by
    • Plastercity Digital Post  post-production
    • Rockbottom Rentals  junxion box rentals
    • S3 Entertainment Group  grip and lighting equipment
    • Schellenberg & Evers  Michigan tax & audit professionals
    • Sim Video  camera equipment provided by
    • Star Waggons  cast trailers
    • Warner Bros. Motion Picture Imaging  digital intermediate services


    • Hannover House (2011) (USA) (theatrical)
    • On Pictures (2009) (Spain) (theatrical)
    • Regal Entertainment (2011) (USA) (theatrical)
    • MGM Home Entertainment (2011) (USA) (DVD)
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
    • Pinema (2009) (Turkey) (all media)



    Other Stuff

    Visual Effects by:
    • Matt McFarland known as digital intermediate colorist

    Release Date:

    • France 15 May 2009 (Cannes Film Market)
    • USA 17 September 2009 (SoCal Independent Film Festival)
    • USA 23 September 2009 (Chicago United Film Festival)
    • USA 27 September 2009 (Friars Club Comedy Film Festival)
    • USA 30 September 2009 (Michigan Renaissance Festival)
    • USA 9 October 2009 (Eugene Film Festival)
    • USA 16 October 2009 (Flint Film Festival)
    • USA 5 November 2009 (American Film Market)
    • USA 6 November 2009 (Los Angeles Comedy Festival)
    • USA 28 October 2011 (limited)

    MPAA: Rated PG-13 for some sexual content including references



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. sarastro7 from Denmark
      30 Mar 2012, 1:34 pm

      I am a history student and I have been to Renaissance Faires, and I'm abig fan of Shakespeare. I thought this movie was great fun! It went abit overboard in a couple of areas, and it didn't portray Shakespearein a positive light, but it was all for one of the best causes around:comedy! I thought most of the comedy worked fine, and Sir Rank wasabsolutely my favorite character.

      Shortcomings included the whole bit about having allegedly slept withPrincess Jeanette. Did Crocket actually do it, or did he just do hernails, like Will? If Crocket were wronged, and Will then went throughthe same experience, why didn't they talk about it and set the recordstraight? In general, alcoholics don't have the surplus wherewithal toalso be major participants in Renaissance Faires, so Jeanette's entirecharacter was somewhat unconvincing.

      But the whole concept of a story set during a Renaissance Faire isgreat! It adds several extra dimensions of acting-within-acting, andmotivations-within-motivations. Were the witches real witches or justpretending? Did Crocket really believe in the curse, or just pretendto? A lot of the elements were played to some comical extremes here,and while it wasn't terribly realistic, it certainly served its comicalpurpose very well. I had a great time watching this, and I hope wordspreads about this movie so it reaches a larger audience. I willdefinitely buy this when (if?) it is released on DVD.

      8 out of 10.

    2. billyfish from Bogota, Colombia
      30 Mar 2012, 1:34 pm

      It's making fun of people who pretend they live in the time ofShakespeare! It really wasn't that bad; in fact, I was chucklingthroughout the movie. I especially enjoyed Chris Wylde's over-the-topperformance as Sir Rank. He was deliciously bombastic, conceited, lame,and overacted his role as far as I think it would be possible. I lovedit. I think Owen Benjamin's understated wise-cracking character wasperfect and oftentimes hilarious. Frankly, the rest of the cast wasjust a backdrop for these two. No award-winner, this, but I certainlyenjoyed watching it. Seems like most of the other reviewers had highexpectations, which I didn't have…

    3. Anna-b-seen from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:34 pm

      SPOILER ALERT: If your idea of comedy is watching people get urinatedon by a goat, then you will like this movie. I'm not even kidding!There's a whole scene where they pick up a goat to have it urinate onthem because they think it will remove a curse.

      What's a curse doing in a Renaissance Fair movie? Good question. It's alame bit that makes no sense. I like silly movies and all (Harold andKumar rock!) but this was not even that. I also like crazy stuff toolike Boratt, but this was not crazy it was just stupid.

      My friend dragged me to this because she's a Ren Faire person and worksthere every year, and she didn't like it either. I've been to Fairesand they're kinda fun, but this movie did not even show what a realfaire is like.

      Like in the movie there was this rule that said a guy had to sleep withthe girl who was playing a princess because it was tradition and he'dget fired if he didn't.

      Hello?! You can't fire people for not sleeping with the boss! That'swhat I'm talking about — it was just stupid.

      If you see this movie playing somewhere don't bother going even if youlike RenFaires. Just save your money and go to a real faire.

    4. hollywentlightly-1 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:34 pm

      I have loved Christina Ricci since Addams Family and I feel like I'vegrown up with her. I don't understand why she did this movie! I saw ithere at a festival in L.A. at a free screening and it was soooodisappointing. She looks great — she's super skinny. But the dressesthey had her in were bad. Those RenFaire dresses can be so hot looking,but she looked uncomfortable! How can they make a beautiful girl likeher look plain? Anyway, that would be fine if the movie were good,which it is not. I only laughed like twice, and it's supposed to be acomedy. No one else was laughing either. I've been to RenFaire a coupleof times, and it was silly, but it was fun — this movie was not fun.

      There's this character who has a unicorn puppet named "Horny", getit??? Cuz he has a horn?? Yeah, that's how stupid this movie was. Andthe kept giving that character more and more lines. So annoying.

      And the guy she's supposed to fall in love with is (a) not funny and(b) not cute. You can fall for a guy who's not cute if he's funny, butthis guy wasn't either. So the audience just did not believe they wouldend up together. He's more like a guy you would go out with out ofpity, you know? Which is fine in a movie, but not as the romantic lead!Sorry to be negative, but I'm just upset at how bad this movie was.Even though we didn't pay to see it, I'm still mad. I hope ChristinaRicci got paid a lot, at least!

    5. KineticSeoul from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 1:34 pm

      I thoroughly enjoyed "The Wild Hunt" which was the main reason Idecided to check this movie out since the premise is similar althoughboth movies came out in the same year. While "The Wild Hunt" is more ofa sort of serious and dark comedy this one is very lighthearted comedyand bright. The characters in the movie seemed to be into it and sortof enjoyed it but the problem is, it's not really all that enjoyablefor the audience. Chris Wylde who plays Rank seemed to be the most intoit and sort of reminded me of Danny McBride, and is the person thattries to save this movie the most. The reason I didn't enjoy this movieall that much was not because it is more kid friendly, but almosteverything about this movie is not effective with it's direction. Ican't believe some people would claim this movie is way better than"The Wild Hunt", because it really isn't. "The Wild Hunt" might offendsome people that participate in this sort of stuff in the movie andmight complain about the serious tone of it. But if they are notserious than why care so much, it's way more entertaining to watch thanthis movie hands down. This movie is like watching obnoxious faireworkers trying to be funny and entertaining with random stuff going on,actually that is basically the whole movie. Which would be alright, butthe problem is, it's not funny or entertaining and just plainly lamefor the most part. I just really wanted this movie to end after just afew minutes, and is mostly a disappointing movie. Whoever is in themood for a black comedy with a similar premise as this one, watch "TheWild Hunt" instead. I give this movie a 2 and a half and that is beingsuper generous.


    6. gjartin from Sweden
      30 Mar 2012, 1:34 pm

      Watched this movie because I'm great fan of Christina Ricci – she's oneof the most talented actresses of today. 15 minutes into the movie Istarted to wonder what was going on, and 10 minutes later I shut itoff.

      Couldn't understand what in the world could have persuaded Ricci intoaccepting a part in this senseless garbage. Afterwards, though, Inoticed that she's engaged to the idiot that "plays" the male lead.

      Since he's supposed to be some sort of comedian, it's a shame that he'snot a bit funny – and it's even more shameful that he had to dragChristina Ricci with him into a movie without any endearing featureswhatsoever.

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