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A WIZARD'S TALE is a magical family adventure story that sees a young kid named Terry (Toby Kebbell) whisked away to the colorful Kingdom of Groovynham. The evil wizard Grump (Ian McShane) has cast a spell of gloom over the land and as such, smiling and laughter are now a thing of the past. Terry must travel the Kingdom in search of a spell that will help get everyone's happy back and along the way help Princess Dawn (Lily Collins), outwit all manner of strange and wonderful creatures, and try an embrace a little thing called "change".Written by
Blue Fox Entertainment
Not only is this the first British-Mexican animated film co-production, it is also the first animated feature to be done entirely by Prime Focus World after years of providing visual effects work to many blockbuster movies. See more »
The UK version is cut by 2m 5s to remove a scene in which characters inhale gaseous substances in a manner referencing drug misuse in order to obtain a U rating. See more »
After being raised by his grandmother in 20th century London, Terry Dexter is struggling to keep her memory and amusement park alive. When things take a turn for the worst and the park is about to close, Terry gets transported to a magical kingdom that reminds him of all the stories his grandmother told him growing up. In order to return home, he must save the kingdom's princess from an evil wizard casting a dark gloom over the realm.
Along his journey, Terry realizes that sometimes your own personal goals must come behind the happiness of others. A Wizard's Tale features beautiful animation and a standout cast of voice actors including Toby Kebbell and Lily Collins. Jim Hecht, the writer from Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, weaves together an exciting tale of self discovery that combines a series of trials and triumphs. This is definitely a story to consider if you are looking for a children's movie, a film with fantastic visuals, or simply something to make you smile!
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