Xavi goes down to his family holiday home in Spain where he meets his best friends. As a gang they enter a race to win the magic tree house where Xavi can wish for his Dad to come back ...
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A lonely princess and an adept thief fall in love while trying to retrieve two magical orbs that were stolen, all while outwitting a powerful sorcerer as adventure and comedic pop culture references abound.
Xavi goes down to his family holiday home in Spain where he meets his best friends. As a gang they enter a race to win the magic tree house where Xavi can wish for his Dad to come back after his parents split and his mum re-marries. During the holiday Xavi learns about love for girls and learns how to accept his step dad after lying to his friends. And as a gang they build a cart that will hopefully win the race.
Because I started watching this movie in a silly movie channel, I didn't take it serious in the first place. I thought it was an useless festival movie.But as I kept watching it,I realized that I couldn't take my eyes off the movie. First I thought it was a funny children-movie with some basic children-movie rules, but watching that one extremely realistic one scene made me realize that ,that movie was more than a children- movie.
Although the plot wasn't the most interesting plot I have ever seen, the way they presented it really got me. I wish I could tell the same thing for the adult actors,(I found the performance of children pretty well) they could have been so much better. But luckily the movie is not about them. It is about friendship, commitment and the value of the thing we have, of the people we have.
I believe it is an impressive movie and no one will regret watching it,unless they are against watching realistic drama. I give 8/10 , and recommend this festival movie to everyone.
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