Long time ago, there was two frontier magical kingdoms named Greenland, whose inhabitants live in an eternal summer, and Iceland, whose inhabitants live in an eternal winter. Protected by dragons, both kingdoms lived quiet and happy until the day that an evil wizard named Arktos killed all dragons but two, Tyrion and Mythia, that fled to arrive at the border of Greenland for saving the egg of their unborn baby Tabaluga before Arktos finally kill them. But before to die, Mythia meets the old crow Kolk, who promises Mythia to care the dragon and protect from Iceland and Arktos. A few years later, Tabaluga is a young dragon unable to fly and spit fire, for mock of the rest of the Greenland's animals. Always with his friend the male ladybug Bully at his side, one day Tabaluga and Bully find in a rock a message of his mother but the dragon misunderstands it due that it's partially covered. Entering in Iceland to find his fire, Tabaluga meets beauty ice princess Lilli and her friend the ...Written by
Should children, or teens, or adults be exposed to fantasy good vs. bad (unfortunately for young ones - a snowman) where good triumphs & evil bad is vanquished in some way? Well, it's been that way forever (at least since humans started telling tales in caves). So no surprise there. My low rating is due to the animation & voicing. Animation wasn't the worst nor was it amongst the best. Had some 3-D, but in mostly a single moving character with layered painted looking backdrops that were static (not moving). And both, central characters & background, lacked detail. Voicing was too human like. Characters were too stereotypical cute - dragon looked like a green puppy; princess looked like most female animé: thin, attractive, big eyes, long light hair, white, and very "Frozen" like.
German & Chinese animators should catch up w/their neighbors.
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