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The Last Keepers (2013)

PG-13 | | Family, Fantasy | 25 April 2013 (USA)
When the teenage daughter of a reclusive family of artists falls in love with an unusual boy at school, she awakens mysterious powers and discovers ancient family secrets that will change her life forever.

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Taylor (as Joshua Bowman)
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When the teenage daughter of a reclusive family of artists falls in love with an unusual boy at school, she awakens mysterious powers and discovers ancient family secrets that will change her life forever.

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For centuries they have waited.

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Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG-13 for some disturbing images, language including sexual references, and teen drinking | See all certifications »

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Os Últimos Guardiões  »

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When the kids are driving to the field after the party, the left taillight on Taylor's car is out. However, when they are leaving the field, both taillights are on. See more »

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Written by Ahmad Rashad Jr., Jason Smith, Derrick Carolina. Mack Tompkins
Performed by Jah Jah Productions
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An excellent, non-pretentious movie about "witches"
14 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

While the ending did seem to be slightly abrupt, my family and I enjoyed watching this movie. It did a fantastic job of normalizing Pagans/Wiccans/Witches/whatever-you-want-to-call-them. The portrayal of a typical ritual was accurate, if simple, and overall, whoever was doing the research seems to have put at least minimal effort into getting it correct, rather than simply trying to be flashy or putting something into the movie for the shock value. The main character was interesting and enjoyable to watch, and I thought that the actress did a really good job with it. I didn't have much use for her friend, but maybe that was just because her part didn't really give her time to come across as someone to care about. Aidan Quinn as the dad was awesome. Typically, the men in these kind of stories are extraneous but Quinn's character was involved and he seemed right at home playing the part. Olympia Dukakis was an absolute GEM and totally believable as her character and, of course, her performance was flawless.

There were parts that I wish had been better fleshed out, and I hope there is a sequel.


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