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The King's Beard (2002)

A young man named Rufus arrives at a mysterious village to open his own barbering business, when he encounters everything covered in what looks like hair! He then meets an innocent young ... See full summary »

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A young man named Rufus arrives at a mysterious village to open his own barbering business, when he encounters everything covered in what looks like hair! He then meets an innocent young fairy, who has lost her wand to some wicked bats and will not survive without it. He embarks on a quest to set up his business, making new friends along the way and discovering the answers to the secrets of the village. Written by Samuel Eastman

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10 October 2002 (USA)  »

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A király szakálla  »

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a good one
10 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

A great movie. Found this movie on late at night and decided to watch it. I was nicely surprised for once. It's good to see some depth in ideas and symbols being used in a children's movie. They always seem to be a lot more interesting in this context, more light-hearted and full. It seems that the fairy-tale still is fascinating to any age of mind. It would be nice to see an adult film that could lend itself to a source similar to this but it tends to be the case that attempts are a bit lacking in meaning towards any genuine feeling. The animation is not extremely interesting but is not at all distracting; back round is cool but the characters are simple. Everything, including characters, is well thought through and the whole feeling thats set in motion is happy; not Disney happy (good). Some parts are brilliant. I'll definitely be finding a copy of the film for my niece. I wouldn't mind watching it again either. A pleasant surprise for a late night movie watching and doubly great for being a cartoon, always good to see animation.


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