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Little Nicky, the son of the Tanner, a famous strongman, has made up his mind, that he can conquer the dragon as his father did long ago. Against prohibition of his father, Nicky has ... See full summary »

Director:

Manuk Depoyan

Writers:

Pamela Hickey (re-writes), Olena Shulga | 8 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Viktor Andrienko ... Eddie
Kate Bristol ... Nicky (voice)
Allen Enlow ... Eddie (voice)
Jason Griffith ... Goon (voice)
Jake Paque ... Bogdan (voice)
Mike Pollock ... Cyril (voice)
Ruslana Pysanka ... Witch
Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld ... Rocky (voice)
Melissa Schoenberg Melissa Schoenberg ... Witch (voice)
Eileen Stevens Eileen Stevens ... Maria (voice)
Marc Thompson Marc Thompson ... Dragon (voice)
William Tost William Tost ... Adler (voice)
Vasyl Virastyuk Vasyl Virastyuk ... Cyril
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Little Nicky, the son of the Tanner, a famous strongman, has made up his mind, that he can conquer the dragon as his father did long ago. Against prohibition of his father, Nicky has managed to get into trouble and now it depends only on his courage, whether he defeats the resurgent dragon and returns home from the magic world.

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brave | magic | friendship | dragon | hero | See All (5) »


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Country:

Ukraine

Language:

Ukrainian | Russian | English

Release Date:

13 October 2016 (Ukraine) See more »

Also Known As:

Dragonul vrajit See more »

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Production Co:

Panama GrandPrix See more »
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Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Okay for children-- older ones, not so much
16 September 2017 | by SnootzSee all my reviews

Two disclaimers:

1. I am a bit older than 8

2. I didn't make it past 12 minutes of this film...

... after which I skip/jumped through it to see if it showed any sign of improvement. Sadly, it didn't.

I like to give family films some leeway and the benefit of the doubt, because they can provide fun entertainment as well as teach values, ethics and other really good things.

All of which this film probably does. I'm not sure because by 12 minutes my chin was hitting my chest. This is a film definitely aimed at children. From the highly-predictable script to the clunky unfinished animation to the obviously-recorded-in-a-studio voice track to the snoozer plot line and physical gags... this movie is Saturday morning fare stretched to an hour and a half.

If you watch the trailer you will get a very good idea whether you might enjoy this film or not, as it pretty accurately portrays what I saw of the film. The good thing about it: it does let us know early on whether or not we want to invest any more time into watching it. I should have stopped at the barrel juggling, but pushed myself on another 5 minutes. Trust your gut early on this one. As a film to keep young ones entertained it's probably fine. As a "family film" (for the entire family) it's probably not going to deliver.


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