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The Magic Door (2007)

A magic Troll aims to defeat the Black Witch and find the magic door that will lead him home with the help of the Elf Flip, and the children Sally and Liam.

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The Black Witch
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Mick Walter ...
Raglin (as Big Mick)
Liam Matthews ...
Alix Matthews ...
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Flip (as Aaron Johnson)
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Fairy Princess
Tom Petherham ...
Police Inspector
Sarah Hulme ...
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Rebecca Chesney ...
Fairy
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Fairy (as Lorna Harris)
Jade O'Malley ...
Fairy
Sheenah Metcalf ...
Fairy
Victoria Blandford ...
Fairy
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A magic Troll aims to defeat the Black Witch and find the magic door that will lead him home with the help of the Elf Flip, and the children Sally and Liam.

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magic | elf | witch | troll | stepmother | See All (10) »

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Adventure | Fantasy

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4 March 2007 (UK)  »

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Das Imperium der Elfen - Ihre Welt ist in Gefahr!  »

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Not Terribly Interesting
26 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A magic Troll aims to defeat the Black Witch (Jenny Agutter) and find the magic door that will lead him home with the help of the elf Flip (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and the boy Liam (Liam Matthews).

I was drawn to this film because it has Jenny Agutter, who I knew from "Logan's Run" and "American Werewolf in London". But it also has Anthony Head ("Buffy"), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (the Avengers movies) and a few others. This cast should be able to add some weight to the picture.

But no. the main kid (Liam) is not very good, and I think he might be the writer-director's son. So that is pretty lame. And beyond the weak kid and weak plot, we also have a video quality that might be lacking. The one on Netflix gets some crackling noises in it. I have used the service for years and never had that issue, so I feel it much be the film itself... ugh.


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