The new adventures of the three heroes and, of course, the horse Yuliya!!!!. Where will the fate of the fairy tale heroes, who have fallen in love with them still go, what challenges do ...
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The new adventures of the three heroes and, of course, the horse Yuliya!!!!. Where will the fate of the fairy tale heroes, who have fallen in love with them still go, what challenges do they have to overcome, that will help them defeat the dark forces? We will find out about this very soon.Written by
Sequels get worse over time. That is a common knowledge. When you go to see a sequel of a sequel of a sequel of a... well, as a rule, you know what to expect.
The problem with this certain movie is that it is below even such expectations.
Lame humour. A story too simple for the full length animated movie. Same old characters (with the only addition of Grandpa Frost and couple more personalities). No real development.
A story that happened at a New Year night, all in itself. It feels like...
You know, It feels like a Christmas story. An amateur play of a Christmas story like the one you could see at school, with your children on a stage. Only you won't see your children in this one. And no Christmas, too.
Or maybe you could remember an amateurish play done by paid actors at your son's 10-th birthday...
No, really. This is not worth a cinema ticket unless you love these very characters so much. There's nothing in it beyond dozen familiar personalities doing same old stuff. And maybe a couple of stale-old jokes and gags.
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