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The Magic Door (2007)

PG | | Fantasy | Video 4 March 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 Boy Liam.

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The Black Witch
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Mick Walter ...
Raglin (as Big Mick)
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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 ...
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Fairy (as Lorna Harris)
Jade O'Malley ...
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Sheenah Metcalf ...
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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 Boy Liam.

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

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Big names and great effects do not a great movie make!
15 May 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Ah, what a shame! With a list of good names involved in this movie, you'd have hoped for a lot more. This straight-to-DVD release was the latest in the rather small line of 'fantasy adventure' films. The budget looks good - attracting many names including Anthony Head - of Buffy (and coffee) fame, Pasty Kensit (Lethal Weapon 2) and Jenny (Walkabout). The money has been spent on quite adequate costumes, and very well done effects. The best character is Big Mick - who's natural style of acting and down-to-earth charm makes this film watchable. Unfortunately, thats where the good news ends. The main characters don't bond well, and the acting from nearly all of the cast leaves a lot to be really desired. The plot, although beginning interestingly, soon dries up and becomes too linear, with a constant battle between the parent characters (who bring the mood down with every appearance) and the woodland adventurers (who try desperately to lift the mood back up again!) I love this genre, and would like to see more small budget creations. But this just isn't it. 'Dazzle' (a similarly produced film) fairs a little better.


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