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Max Magician and the Legend of the Rings (2002)

Max Magician and the LEGEND of the RINGS is a magical tale about young Max, a shy, bullied boy. His life is forever changed when he receives an ancient magical book that opens a mystical ... See full summary »

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Timothy Stultz ...
Maxwell Majeck
Ken Mitzkovitz ...
Lord Dagda
Erika Ann ...
Princess Etain
Steven Barry Prince ...
Worm
Greg Coale ...
Lee Savage ...
Fyoon
Kevin Curtis ...
Crimbil
Fernando Londono ...
Fetch
Lee Wilkinson ...
King Herla
Jack Baker ...
Queen Belphobe
Paul Danaceau ...
Mr. Tim
Blaine Thompson ...
Amy
Martin Colbert ...
Bobby Hedinger
Lisa Burdette ...
Max's Mom
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Max Magician and the LEGEND of the RINGS is a magical tale about young Max, a shy, bullied boy. His life is forever changed when he receives an ancient magical book that opens a mystical door into an enchanted kingdom where an adventure filled with warriors, elves, queens and sorcerers awaits. Once the young magician learns that an evil underworld king threatens the beautiful forest realm, Max must summon the courage and knowledge to help them survive. Join him on his magical adventure to a world where people and forests are one, kings and queens still rule, animals talk and mysterious villains haunt the shadows. Follow Max's journey as he transforms from a timid weakling to a skilled warrior and master of sorcery, returning to his own world after saving another with more confidence and wisdom that ever imagined.

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1 October 2002 (USA)  »

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The beginning of the film is approximately five minutes of unnecessary stock footage, likely utilized for padding. There are no credits in this sequence See more »

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When Max enters his house after finding the talking mouse, he finds his mom in the kitchen. As she approaches him, a crew member is visible through the glass doors behind her. See more »

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Lord Dagda: Where is Fetch? I need Fetch. Fetch? Fetch! FEEEEEEEETTTTTCCCCCHHHH!
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worst movie ever...
3 January 2005 | by (St.Louis, MO) – See all my reviews

...but, one of the most enjoyable movie-watching experiences ever! We watched it the other night and I almost peed my pants.

Yet, I have to ask, why was this movie made? Even though it looks like they only spent about $50.00 to make it, there is no way it could have made money. And, it's not like it is a contribution to cinema. The paper that the script was written on would have been put to better use in a gas station bathroom than actually using it to make a movie. Who thought it would be a good idea to have a character that spoke in stupid rhymes (Tom Tit Tot)? Did anyone else notice that they were too embarrassed to admit that the same "actress" played both the parts of the elf queen and Max's Mom? They credited "Jack Baker" as playing the elf queen. How ridiculous! That said, I just bought it on e-bay for $1.99, so I'll be watching it over and over again for years to come and subjecting all my friends to it.


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