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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 a really awesome and funny film for those of you who have a warped sense of humor. It's amazing that someone would bother to buy it if they didn't already have that kind of sense of humor. I mean, it's called THE DORK OF THE RINGS, for crying out loud. The box cover and website say it all so it's foolish to watch it and then write a bad review saying it's has bad puns for names, etc. DUH!
The cast is fantastic and the production team does a really excellent job with the effects and green screen. It may not be perfect, but it is consistently funny and the action keeps moving, I never got bored at all. If you like SPACE BALLS, this movie is for you. There's no other LOTR parody like it anyway and I see it has even been praised by members of the cast and crew from the real LOTR movie which is impressive.
I'm on their newsletter list and see that they have distribution across the country through Alliance Game Distributors so look for it in a gaming/hobby store need you soon, or request it! They have lots of videos and info on their website if you want to see more about the film before buying it.
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