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Journey to Promethea (2010)

PG-13 | | Fantasy | TV Movie 2010
This fantasy movie tells the story of a far away land, where a ruthless and tyrannical king rules over the citizens with an iron fist. But there is a prophecy in ancient folklore that tells... See full summary »

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Magnus
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Ari
Caleb Michaelson ...
Binon
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Kronin (as Scott Schwartz)
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King Laypach
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Gydro
Jessica Heap ...
Aria
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Aarden / Human Arden (as James Dumont)
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Derja
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Grado
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Wiseman 1
Jerry Katz ...
Wiseman 2
Danielle Davis ...
Sheefa
Karen Bramen ...
Fortune Teller
Joel Davis ...
Soldier 1
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This fantasy movie tells the story of a far away land, where a ruthless and tyrannical king rules over the citizens with an iron fist. But there is a prophecy in ancient folklore that tells of a single man that is destined to free the citizens of his nation, delivering them to the promised land of Promethea. Rising among the ranks of ordinary people, one warrior steps into the role told of in legends. Written by jck movies

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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »
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Jornada a Promethea  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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My 343rd Review: Way Beyond Renaissance Fair Bad.....
12 October 2010 | by (the big screen) – See all my reviews

Hear ye, hear ye.....if you think that this kind of language is impossibly exciting then you will probably tolerate JTP.....but seriously....

Every single cliché ever is trumped by some of the worst filming lighting and sound, if you were to gave a bunch of renaissance fair geeks some high quality cameras and a wardrobe budget that would be (verily) a massive improvement.

The acting would grace any high school stage - and in fact the whole exercise looks like it was cooked up by a high school drama team.

The only magic here is the amazing trick that someone pulled in getting this greenlighted - promote that person I say - they managed to turn a pile of manure into well, more manure, while still making gold from dross for themselves - now that's magic.

If you love anything with magic, knights, and princesses, then don't, just don't, seriously, there is nothing remotely magic about this and you will watch and then go off and burn your costumes in shame.

Definitely only for the fanboys.....and then probably not even them....


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