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Max Magician and the Legend of the Rings (2002)

Max Magician and the LEGEND of the RINGS is a magical tale about young Max, a shy, bullied boy. His life is forever changed when he receives an ancient magical book that opens a mystical ... See full summary »

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Kevin Summerfield

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Kimberly Gough
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Timothy Stultz Timothy Stultz ... Maxwell Majeck
Ken Mitzkovitz Ken Mitzkovitz ... Lord Dagda
Erika Ann Erika Ann ... Princess Etain
Steven Barry Prince Steven Barry Prince ... Worm
Greg Coale Greg Coale ... Tom Tit Tot
Lee Savage Lee Savage ... Fyoon
Kevin Curtis Kevin Curtis ... Crimbil
Fernando Londono Fernando Londono ... Fetch
Lee Wilkinson Lee Wilkinson ... King Herla
Jack Baker Jack Baker ... Queen Belphobe
Paul Danaceau Paul Danaceau ... Mr. Tim
Blaine Thompson Blaine Thompson ... Amy
Martin Colbert Martin Colbert ... Bobby Hedinger
Lisa Burdette Lisa Burdette ... Max's Mom
Michael Blumenstock Michael Blumenstock ... Max's Dad
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Max Magician and the LEGEND of the RINGS is a magical tale about young Max, a shy, bullied boy. His life is forever changed when he receives an ancient magical book that opens a mystical door into an enchanted kingdom where an adventure filled with warriors, elves, queens and sorcerers awaits. Once the young magician learns that an evil underworld king threatens the beautiful forest realm, Max must summon the courage and knowledge to help them survive. Join him on his magical adventure to a world where people and forests are one, kings and queens still rule, animals talk and mysterious villains haunt the shadows. Follow Max's journey as he transforms from a timid weakling to a skilled warrior and master of sorcery, returning to his own world after saving another with more confidence and wisdom that ever imagined.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Crownsville, Maryland, USA See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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The French version of this movie is titled Le Maitre Des Sorts, which roughly translates to "The Master of Spells". The French movie poster does not feature Max. See more »

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As Fetch kneels before Lord Dagda, the actor can clearly be seen trying to stifle his own laughter as Dagda gives a monologue. See more »

Quotes

Lord Dagda: Then why do you interrupt me?
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Max is given a spell book that lets him into the blue bell forest where he helps to rescue the wood elves from an evil king trying to take over.
13 June 2005 | by ljs00bSee all my reviews

Wow! I must say, for five dollars at Wal Mart I have never been so effectively entertained. This is one of the most horrible movies I have ever seen. Oh my. Aside from the blatant commentary on protecting the environment and on anti-weaponry, it really is just bad. The acting is positively terrible, the lines suffering throughout from delayed delivery. The script is really sad, most of it SO cheesy. "What happened to the champion who believed in himself?" My goodness. The costuming, well, let's just say this was a bit of a low budget number. The fight scenes were unfortunate. Now, for a real treat, if you watch the "special features" you'll get a real kick in the butt. They are absolutely serious, they think this movie is wonderful!! They had props (deadly war weapons) that were made out of POOL FLOATIES and DUCT TAPE!! I laughed so hard I almost peed my pants. Although, if this is the level of quality that passes as acceptable in the movie industry, perhaps I should become a professional actor and seek out roles in low budget films. I could really go places... This movie is highly entertaining, although not in the good movie sense. It's great however if you want to laugh at the rather sad attempt. Well worth the money spent. Much better than many other investments from the same five dollar bin.


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