While we follow the turbulent life and adventures of Aleksa, 13 year orphan, and his best boarding school friends Gordan, Maya and Vlada Grak, we learn that old and greedy villain Jovica ...
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While we follow the turbulent life and adventures of Aleksa, 13 year orphan, and his best boarding school friends Gordan, Maya and Vlada Grak, we learn that old and greedy villain Jovica Vuk find out that Aleksa is capable of seeing and finding the group of medieval knights called Zlodolci. They are the keepers of silver secret that enables them to protect, heal and revive those who deserve and therefore, they are capable of changing the course of the history. Jovica Vuk who misused the power to heal passed on him by his father, wants to take over their secret and secure himself the immortality. He tricks Aleksa to led him to them, but fortunately, Aleksa see through his plan. But, is it too late? Will Aleksa and his friends, although still kids, prevail in the final clash and defeat the powerful forces of evil?Written by
It would be honest to start by saying that I watched this film by accident. Me and my two kids (9 and 11) were late for Peddington and preferred this one over the one more Santa movie. It was definitely the right choice and surprisingly pleasant viewing. Although it started slowish, gradually raised the pace and it was involving throughout to the end. Good acting, competent CGI, visually stunning, and kids were amazed, can't ask for more. Only serious downside was a bit complicated storyline, my kids obviously missed a point here and there and some explaining was in order. It appears to be based on a children's novel, which neither of us read, and that's something at least kids have to do now. I was especially satisfied to learn that there are some children's films that doesn't necessarily have to be about cats, dogs, squirrels or Teddy Bears. This is by far more challenging viewing for kids although still being a kind of fairy tale magic. Sometimes the nice things come unexpected and such experiences should be shared.
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