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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
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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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Atrociously bad and painful to watch (unless you are a male :) )
12 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

Never before I was in the situation to rate a movie so low as this one. Actors are also simply bad, especially the supposedly lead hero. Imho the only one that seemed any good was Billy Zane as King Laypach. But even the cruel king was bored out of his mind practically begging for the movie to end. Of course the ending itself is uninspired to say the least(with that stone just sitting there in the middle of nowhere).

Special FX are a shame even for an amateur. As a matter of fact they are worst I ever seen. I saw that the estimated budget on IMDb is around $2,000,000. That's way too many zeros it surely must a mistake. I can't possibly think on what they could spend such an amount. Almost all the action takes place in the forest. Nothing was needed to be built. Trees grow by themselves. The castle itself it just a drawing. Also even for the medieval times, having most of the actors walking barefoot is just laughable. Even the king himself has no shoes...

So why does the movie gets a grade of 2 instead of one ? Lots of beautiful ladies save the day... again. It was all thanks to: Marcelle Baer, Jessica Heap, Cherie Thibodeaux, Lacey Minchew(my personal favorite) and few others not listed on IMDb that I made to the end. Also the movie might appeal to small children(below 10) even though it has a few violent scenes. For a good quality fairy tale I recommend The Secret of Moonacre.


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