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Good 'legend'
16 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

The title may sound silly, but this is anything but silly. It's actually pretty serious [and violent] for something aimed at children. I watched it because at the time this came out we were studying Egypt and mummies in school. My friend and I watched it and were pleasantly surprised. We thought that it would just be another dull kiddie flick. This isn't really a kiddie flick. It's aimed at kids, but adults are likely to enjoy more than kids will. I don't know why this didn't get a theatrical release because it is really one of the best animated features that has been out in a long time.


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