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Gnomes & Trolls: The Secret Chamber (2009)

Junior, a teenage gnome, dreams of inventing gizmos in his tree house laboratory. His father however, wants him to be sensible and help distribute food rations to the animals of the forest.... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Rhodin

Writers:

Salvatore Cardoni (screenplay), Robert Rhodin (story)
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Credited cast:
Elizabeth Daily ... Junior (voice) (as EG Daily)
Greg Berg ... Sneaky (voice)
James Arnold Taylor ... Slim / Prickles / Hilda / Spike (voice)
André Sogliuzzo ... Fassa (voice)
Joe Cappelletti ... Face (voice)
Lloyd Sherr Lloyd Sherr ... Jalle (voice)
Kate Higgins ... Fawn (voice)
Kym Hoy Kym Hoy ... Alley (voice) (as Kim Hoy)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hans Alfredson ... Leif (voice)
Johan Hallström Johan Hallström ... Junior (voice)
Henrik Hjelt Henrik Hjelt ... Sneaky (voice)
Douglas Leon Douglas Leon ... Face (voice) (as Dogge Doggelito)
Janet Leon Janet Leon ... Fawn (voice)
Lillemor 'Lill' Lindfors ... Svea (voice)
Peter Stormare ... Prickles (voice)
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Junior, a teenage gnome, dreams of inventing gizmos in his tree house laboratory. His father however, wants him to be sensible and help distribute food rations to the animals of the forest. Evil troll brothers Face and slim try to thwart Junior's efforts with a carefully plotted plan to steal the food form the gnome secret food chamber. A charming story about growing up, family and friendship!

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

English | Portuguese | Turkish

Release Date:

27 March 2009 (Sweden) See more »

Also Known As:

Kabouters en trollen: De geheime kamer See more »

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Budget:

$5,000,000 (estimated)
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(European Film Market)

Color:

Color (Technicolor)
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Nice but not delicious.....
20 September 2011 | by mumandkidsSee all my reviews

Was easier to watch the second time. A lot of the action and scenery looked similar so you had to listen hard to the script to get a lot of the jokes and understand what was happening. Even after the second time (though I wasn't watching as closely as the kids) it was hard to know the names.

Visuals exciting if a little messy, but lots of things unexplained or not explained clearly- a little more back info on the characters would have given them more depth. Why are the gnomes and trolls in the forest and why do they fight each other? Bipolar hedgehog, very bizarre character- why is he like this? And as a previous review said, the boy lying and taking something from his father should have been addressed and apologised for by the boy somewhere in the 'moral of the story'.

We hired this movie (hence watching it 2-3 times) but would not intentionally choose to hire it again, may be interesting to see if the 'Forest Trial' movie (2010) is a good follow-on though.


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