Polly Regan (Brittney Bomann) has a good life on the farm with her grandfather (David Warner, Time Bandits). Unfortunately, one day Polly learns that her favorite mare is suffering with a ...
See full summary »
A story about how joy and happiness can be the most powerful weapon ever. A young unicorn is ordered to be taken from his home by the gods. They are envious of little Unico's power to bring... See full summary »
Since as far back as Kyle and Evie Preston can remember, their grandmother told fantastical tales about elves who had been trapped underground by giants for thousands of years. Now ... See full summary »
Polly Regan (Brittney Bomann) has a good life on the farm with her grandfather (David Warner, Time Bandits). Unfortunately, one day Polly learns that her favorite mare is suffering with a difficult pregnancy and soon dies giving birth. Heartbroken, Polly finally comes around when she sees the new foal, who incredibly is born a real live unicorn, and soon earns the love of Polly and her grandfather.
A heart warming story of a girl and her magical companion
You don't expect to see Joe Penny in the role he is playing, however he does pull it of with passion. This just reminds you of the excellent actor he truly is. I must admit I did expect him to be the hero but alas he,s the adorably comical villain. After this role I can picture him in the wicked mustache and Penelope Pitstop being tied to the tracks ha ha. The little girl and her school allie are a delight it shows that sometimes
kids are smarter than adults we need to give them more credit. Emma Samms is good in her role but you don't expect her to be cold and aloof towards anybody, but she pulls of the role well. All around touching and heartwarming feel good movie for the whole family.
Joe is still sexy, he could never loose that.
4 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?