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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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Dan Garcia

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Dan Garcia
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Murphy ... Magnus
Louis Herthum ... Ari
Caleb Michaelson ... Binon
Scott L. Schwartz ... Kronin (as Scott Schwartz)
Billy Zane ... King Laypach
Drew Rin Varick ... Gydro
Jessica Heap ... Aria
James DuMont ... Aarden / Human Arden (as James Dumont)
Natacha Itzel ... Derja
Drew Battles Drew Battles ... Grado
David Jensen ... Wiseman 1
Jerry Katz Jerry Katz ... Wiseman 2
Danielle Davis Danielle Davis ... Sheefa
Karen Bramen Karen Bramen ... Fortune Teller
Joel Davis 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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Fantasy

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Rated PG-13 for some violence | See all certifications »

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Obligated to watch.....
25 June 2016 | by hasmicdesignsSee all my reviews

My now wife and fellow cast members of the Louisiana Renaissance Festival are the 'citizens' at the beginning of this monstrosity. I had to watch it out of obligation to them at the time....... and it was bad. The best part of this film? The box cover lies about Billy Zane's role! He doesn't wear armor and fight! Instead he sits on his ass making dumb jokes about armies of children and mothers. The only times he leaves the throne are to 1) go to bed on the floor in front of it with his harem and 2) To die in the most ridiculous way possible. The effects are crap, the acting is mediocre, the costuming is alright, a lot of poor decisions made in editing. All in all a bad movie not even worthy of infamy like Troll 2 and The Room. Definitely a movie to skip.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Jornada a Promethea See more »

Filming Locations:

Covington, Louisiana, USA See more »

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)
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