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After his mother's sudden death, a teenage Amish boy named Eli runs away to find his non-Amish father who lives in Chicago. His is a journey of hope, a dream he wishes to fulfill, even against danger and despair.
Timothy Alan Richardson
This is the best parody for Lord of the Rings that was filmed in Michiana by Tim Richardson that I have ever seen.
The CGI in the movie is first rate. I do not see how anyone would could do a better job with his budget. Sure it is not Matrix or Star Wars or even Lord of the Rings spectacular, but there is no way that Lucas could do better on the budget.
My only criticism would be the audio. I know that Bryce and Justus did a great job with the foley and voice overs, but it lacked the polish that comes from first rate full out production.
If you are a Lord of the Rings fan - you must see this movie.
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