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  • Merlin is a British television series developed by Julian Jones, Jake Michie, Julian Murphy and Johnny Capps. It began its broadcast on the channel BBC One on 20 September 2008.
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Merlin: The Complete First Season
Merlin: The Complete First Season
Like Smallville did for Superman, Merlin is a new drama series that updates the story of the infamous sorcerer of Arthurian legend for a new audience. In a time before history began, the mythical city of Camelot was a fantastical realm and a dangerous world in which magic has been banned by the ruthless tyrant Uther Pendragon. When Merlin, a young man gifted with extraordinary magical powers, arrives in the kingdom, he discovers his destiny and that of the kingdom's young leader in waiting,Arthur, are inextricably linked.
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The creators of Merlin position their hero as the original Harry Potter: a headstrong young wizard with mixed feelings about--and sometimes outright hostility toward--the destiny that's been thrust upon him. Merlin is a reboot of Arthurian legend, starting when all the heroes and sorcerous folk were teenagers, bursting with hormones and wrestling with the powers-that-be, particularly Arthur's heavy-handed father, Uther Pendragon (Anthony Head, best known as Giles from Buffy the Vampire Slayer), a benevolent tyrant who's banished magic from Camelot. Merlin (Colin Morgan, an impish lad with prominent ears) comes to the kingdom with high hopes and innate magical powers. He's taken under the wing of the court physician, Gaius (Richard Wilson, One Foot in the Grave), but additionally becomes the servant of young Arthur (Bradley James), a handsome and talented fighter who's also a bully and a snob. Rounding out the main cast are Morgana (Katie McGrath), who will one day be Merlin's foe but is now Uther's ward, and Gwen (Angel Coulby), a.k.a. Guinevere, the woman who will one day be the center of a legendary love triangle--but who is now Morgana's maid. Clearly, Merlin wants to shake up any preconception about these stuffy old stories, presenting a multi-ethnic Camelot with contemporary language and attitudes.
Despite all this, Merlin quickly becomes addictive. The dialogue and special effects can be cheesy (particularly when the CGI monsters have to interact with actors), but the cast is charming and the stories, while a tad formulaic, keep things moving. Morgan is appropriately dweeby (but also has killer cheekbones), James combines football-quarterback good looks with a hint of sensitivity, McGrath is luscious and impetuous, and Coulby has earthy spunk. The heavy lifting, acting-wise, is ably handled by Head and Wilson. The first season deftly explores the origins of the pillars of Arthurian mythos, from the sword Excalibur to a very dashing (but born of peasant stock) Lancelot to the mysterious birth of Arthur himself. Add to it all an imprisoned dragon, voiced by John Hurt (Alien, The Elephant Man) and prone to cryptic but sometimes helpful advice, and you have an engaging fantasy series. In addition to 13 episodes, there's an additional disk with making-of features and video diaries of the young cast gallivanting around France. --Bret Fetzer

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25 things...
25 things...
I was tagged a while ago, so here we go! 1. I'm very bad at time keeping. I keep glancing at clocks and be taken by surprise at how late it is. 2.I loved school in a way that sane children really shouldn't. I was the type of pupil who was jumping around on the first school day and bawling my eyes out on the last (needless to say I was never one of the cool kids). 3. I thrive on nostalgia it seems. I keep buying toys I used to have/covet, and buy DVDs of shows I used to watch as a kid. 4. I have a poor grasp of logic, which is why maths and sciences have always baffled me. 5. And yet my childhood dream job was oceanologist, and my grown-up dream job is astronaut. 6. As much as I love Italy, my favourite place on Earth is Brittany. Diet is basically sugar and butter, and there's the beach and the seagulls and the breeze, and you can't beat that. God I wish I could live there. 7. Whilst still a student I did part-time waitressing at Disneyland Paris. If you were one of my customers, I apologize. I know I was terrible. To my defense, I hated every single minute of it. The one thing which could have redeemed the whole experience would have been to wear a beautiful costume, but I didn't even get that. 8. The hardest thing about living abroad is being away from my family. I really miss my mum, who's the loveliest person in the whole world. 9. Other than that I quite like London. It's ludicrous on many levels (rents are RIDICULOUS, and what's with that obsession with well-ordered queues?) but I find it more open than Paris. 10. I'm not a sporty person by any stretch of the imagination, though I did love sailing and karate. My Wii-Fit is kind enough to have stopped recording my inactivity after a week, but it's been more like a year. It has probably some bearance on the fact that I've put on 10 kg since my wedding... 11. Mulan. Beauty and the Beast. Porco Rosso. The Rose of Versailles. I've lost count of all the cartoons which have made me cry (but I found Toy Story 3 fairly boring). 12. I met my husband on the internet (not a dating site, though), which is hard to explain to "normal" people without sounding like a geek in terminal stage. 13. I struggle to finish what I start. I *can* work my bum off, but I need to see an end result pretty quickly, otherwise I give up. So I've never managed to take up sewing. 14. I love all things sweet. My favourite cake is banoffee pie. My favourite candy is anything containing liquorice. 15. I have a special fondness for bad TV shows and bad movies. The sillier the better. But my colleagues are of the well-educated type so it's a bit hard to share and ask what they thought of last week's Merlin. 16. I used to have a pretty good memory. Then came Google. I hate that I rely on it so much. 17. I've broken one bone in my life. Left arm, during a karate fight, which makes me sound kinda badass, only I was 10 years old and I broke it when I fell (so not whilst smashing a brick). 18. I've been won over by the English way of tea. At first I was baffled by the constant offers to make me a cuppa, but now I pretty much drink the stuff all day long. 19. My totemic animal is Eeyore. I'm very good at seeing the half-emptied part of the glass. 20. I love trying all kinds of food, but I draw the line at guts, brains and, well, genitals. 21. I spent a lot of my childhood on a farm, which is the best playground EVER for a kid. 22. I daydream a lot. When I'm walking on my own I let my mind wander and pretend that, for instance, I'm in a horror movie, so I spend the rest of my trip staring suspiciously at shadows moving in the fog. 23. Some people are shoes people. I'm a tops person. I have 2 pairs of jeans and over 50 tops (and that doesn't include jumpers). 24. I haven't been blessed with good hair genes so I often dye my hair or try to find a cut that would make it look good. AS IF. Right now I've given up trying, so I let it grow and see what happens. 25. I hate pictures of me. I really, really do. So this is probably the first and the last time you'll see my mug on this stream :) I would go and tag people but everybody's done this already, right? If not, please do :)
41/365 little things that show true beauty
41/365 little things that show true beauty
25.09.2010 The flower is meant to look like my skirt. I thought this would be a good idea for a photo and i have been thinking about taking it for a few days now, so i just went for it. So yeah :) Today has been very boring so far, just been watching TV and on the computer, and started making a music video. Looking forward to the X factor and Merlin later though. hehee .

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Merlin: The Complete Second Season
Merlin is back with even more magic, adventure and romance as the young wizard struggles to protect Prince Arthur in the perilous world of Camelot. While battling deadly assassins, mystical monsters and the most powerful sorcerers Camelot has ever seen, Merlin must work harder than ever to conceal his unique abilities, as King Uther redoubles his war against magic. And Merlin isn’t the only one whose destiny calls—Lady Morgana , Uther’s ward, discovers dangerous secrets she dare not reveal; Lancelot returns, changing everything for both Gwen and Arthur; and King Uther falls in love, little knowing that the charming Lady Catrina is secretly a hideous troll. And as Arthur continues on his path from arrogant prince to the noble and just King Arthur of legend, we see the return of the one prophesied to kill him—the mysterious druid boy, Mordred. Featuring exciting new villains, white-knuckle stunt sequences, and spectacular CGI monsters, Merlin: Season Two is more thrilling than ever.

Arthurian legend meets Beverly Hills 90210 in this BBC series that imagines the lives of King Arthur and the wizard Merlin as teenagers. The show takes any number of liberties with the traditional mythos, but two are crucial: Arthur's father, Uther (Anthony Head, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), has banished magic from Camelot on pain of death; and Guinevere (Angel Coulby), Arthur's destined queen, is the servant of Uther's ward, Morgana (Katie McGrath), setting up a class schism between her and Arthur (Bradley James). This developing romance is one of the strongest throughlines of the second season, which also sees Morgana cultivating her magical powers and Merlin (Colin Morgan) learning about his mysterious father. In fact, season 2 is much more about Arthur than Merlin--episode after episode features Arthur maturing, learning a little humility and patience whilst engaging in a lot of swordplay and jousting, while Merlin spends a lot of time observing from the sidelines and muttering the occasional spell. (Though fans of the young sorcerer shouldn't fear--Merlin has plenty of dashing moments himself.)
The special effects budget has clearly been upped--the show teems with monstrous creatures, including gargoyles, giant scorpions, a troll, a were-panther, and of course the last dragon from season 1 (voiced by John Hurt, Alien, 1984). Merlin has its flaws; the young actors seem more modern than Arthurian thanks to their wonderful teeth and contemporary attitudes, and the scripts and direction can be a bit pedestrian. But that's not what connects viewers to the show--it's the passions of adolescence merged with the pageantry and derring-do of British legends, enacted by a charismatic cast. The climactic episodes will leave fans hungry for season 3. In addition to 13 episodes, Merlin: The Complete Second Season offers an entire disc of behind-the-scenes footage and other extras. --Bret Fetzer

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