Scott and Emily are at his grandmother's home when they suddenly discover a mysterious creature. They have a mission: with the help of an ancient spell book, they'll gather some ingredients to make a magic dust to save their world.
Friends Scott and Emily, are at Scott's grandmother's home when they suddenly discover a mysterious creature Rufus and the wizard Abbot in a secret room. They have a mission: with the help of an ancient spell book, they'll gather some ingredients to make a magic dust to save their world, a magical world. However, they encounter several obstacles when three mean servants with mysterious power want to put their hands on the book which they believe has spells to turn everything into gold.Written by
Why did they frame this film as a story in a book being read to two kids by their grandfather? Unlike "The Princess Bride" the story read by Grandad here is purportedly taking place in the real world, so presenting it as "just a story" makes it less believable. Maybe they planned to delve into this issue in the sequel, but revealing such a mysterious reason at the very end of this film would have been a better cliffhanger than simply showing us another story book with the sequel's title. See more »
Definitely a kids film
Even though this is definitely a kids film, my three kids 8,11 and 13 were not interested in it at all.
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