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 ...
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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 »
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 »
Ethel and Tommy Barrick are sent to Ireland to spend the summer with their new stepmother. Once there, they discover her to be an evil, power-seeking witch, with real magical powers and a hatred for all things green.
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.
Pathetic family film with no-one will enjoy. Notable for the poor special effects and the incredibly annoying range of accents. Most amusing moment: When the plot hinges on the girl "BEING SENT TO A BOARDING SCHOOL ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COUNTY!" Oh no! That could be at least.. a dozen miles away!! Doh! Only recommended to those who like third-rate slapstick and washed-up old actors who can't get a decent gig anywhere else (Warner, Hamilton.. I'm looking at YOU) Note to the American makers: Next time, please get our country RIGHT!! I've run out of things to say but apparently there is a ten-line minimum so.. does anyone like The Darkness?? 1/10
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