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The Blue Light (2004)

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A young boy wishes to be the hero of his favorite sword and sorcery video game. One day his wish is granted and he enters the game world.

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Noah Poletiek ...
Max Flynn (as Noah Drake Poletiek)
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Jess
Gary Kesper ...
Bernard
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Lianna
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Faerie King
Darren McBee ...
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Scott Connell ...
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Max Carroll ...
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Tierney Calderon ...
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Dominique Savoy ...
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Ryan Savoy ...
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Melissa Mitchell ...
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Megan Litwin ...
Faerie
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A young boy wishes to be the hero of his favorite sword and sorcery video game. One day his wish is granted and he enters the game world.

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Great one for the kids!
1 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Enchanting fairy tale stuff here! Not for everyone, but for the ones it is for, it's perfectly executed.

This movie's got it all: A fairy king, some cool magic, a precocious tyke at the center of it all, phantasmagorical nymphs, real and pertinent lessons, etc.

Ernest Borgnine brings some real levity to the project as well. Just seeing him made me smile. And most importantly (should've mentioned this earlier), I watched this with my seven year old nephew and he couldn't take his off the screen. I gotta tell ya, he's a tough kid to impress, and he was definitely impressed with this.


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