Tim is shocked to discover that he has been chosen to be the next great good wizard. His journey from home to the site of an epic battle between good and evil is packed with magical training and the threat of an evil sorcerer.
Tim, a child living in a medieval world, has been chosen to be the most powerful wizard of his time. Under the protection of teacher Udo and muscular swordsman Bullrock, with a beautiful, mysterious blonde woman Anu along for the ride, Tim travels to the Southern Castle to train under the powerful wizard Martirus so that he can defeat the evil wizard Tor, allowing the forces of good to reign for the next 500 years. His journey is filled with magic and endangered by the dark spells of Tor, who is determined to end the journey before it has a chance to begin.Written by
There are some aspects of this movie that are noteworthy. First of all It had a good hair stylist on the set. Second of all it had some special effects that I wouldn't expect to see in such a low budget movie. However, the plot was a predictable cheese fest. I fell asleep three times during attempts to watch this movie, and the acting is a bit over the top, especially on the part of the kid. This is a family friendly B rate movie, but not the worst I've seen. I would rate it over some A rate movies, but not many. The point is, I can stand to watch this movie, and if given a small amount of money, watch it again. So I bestow a rating of '4' (not as entertaining as the B rate 'Monkey Shines', but not as intellectually insulting as the B rate 'Absolute Aggression') onto this not so epic. In terms of B rate movies, this is a '9'.
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