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Forest Fairies (2015)

TV-G | | Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Amanda's horse Tanner helps her discover a hidden village of FOREST FAIRIES who offer to help stop an evil land developer from tricking Amanda's mom into selling the family country inn. In ... See full summary »

Director:

Justin G. Dyck

Writer:

Keith Cooper
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Credited cast:
Emily Agard Emily Agard ... Emilyn
Lora Burke ... Aleeda
Brian Scott Carleton ... Charlie
Winny Clarke ... Cali
Grey Cooper Grey Cooper ... Fairies
Keith Cooper Keith Cooper ... Thug #3
Quinn Cooper Quinn Cooper ... Fairies
Xavier Cooper Xavier Cooper ... Fairies
Adrian Cowan ... Patricia
Esmay Daniels Esmay Daniels ... Fairies
Ruby Daniels Ruby Daniels ... Fairies
Raanan Dasilva Raanan Dasilva ... Fairies
Emily Day Emily Day ... Fairies
Sean Deakin Sean Deakin ... Fairies
Emily Debowski ... Amanda
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Amanda's horse Tanner helps her discover a hidden village of FOREST FAIRIES who offer to help stop an evil land developer from tricking Amanda's mom into selling the family country inn. In this stunningly lush film, the Forest Fairies use their fairy magic and quick thinking to uncover the evil plot. To save the day, they must all try and convince Amanda's mom to believe in love again, believe in laughter again, and believe in fairies.

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

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Genuinely the worst film we have EVER seen
2 January 2017 | by shieldsptSee all my reviews

I would love to express how truly dreadful this film is in words, but words fail me! We wondered if it might have been intended to be a spoof, but then it lacks any humour.

Even my 8 year old daughter who loves anything to do with fairies or princesses lost interest after 15 minutes and started playing a game instead.

Acting - dire. (And we were absolutely gobsmacked to find Simon Callow making an appearance. No wonder he didn't want to be credited). Only the horse was believable!

Story line - primary school children have written better plots with more well developed characters.

Everything - absolutely everything about this film sucks: the cinematography, the special effects, the music, the acting, the casting.

You can see from my review history that I really hate leaving negative reviews. But if I can spare any other parents or children the ordeal of having to watch even 2 minutes of this then I feel it is my duty.


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