It is Millennium Eve, 1999, and Lord Edmund Blackadder (Rowan Atkinson) has gathered his closest friends – Lady Elizabeth (Miranda Richardson), Archdeacon Darling (Tim McInnerny), Viscount George Bufton-Tufton (Hugh Laurie) and Bishop Flavius Melchett (Stephen Fry) – to demonstrate his time machine, built by Blackadder’s odious manservant Baldrick (Tony Robinson) to the original specifications of Leonardo Da Vinci. When his guests scoff, Blackadder wagers them each £10,000 that he can travel to any period in Earth’s past, offering to bring back a selection of historical objects in order to convince them. It is, of course, a cunning plan on Blackadder’s part; the artefacts are ready and waiting to be produced from within the machine. So imagine Edmund’s surprise when Baldrick’s construction actually turns out to be a working model, transporting the duo back to – amongst other periods in history – the court of Elizabeth II, Sherwood Forest, and the Battle of Waterloo… Watch out for guest appearances by Rik Mayall as Robin Hood and Colin Firth as William Shakespeare. Originally conceived as the highlight of the Millennium Dome, the one-off film is featured here alongside ‘The Cavalier Years’, a Comic Relief special and ‘Baldrick’s Video Diary – A Blackadder in the Making’. The DVD extras make this a 15 certificate, the original VHS version is a PG.
this movie is a 15 years or older.