When the shadow of revolution falls across Russia, Anastasia,
the royal family's youngest daughter, barely escapes with
her life. Years later, she meets the handsome young con-man,
Dimitri. But as they set out for Paris to reclaim Anastasia's
rightful legacy, they find themselves waging a battle against
the evil monk Rasputin and his sidekick Bartok the bat...
on a true story
a classic animated tale of romance and destiny. It is a moving
and engaging tale which will enthral children and parents
alike. The story is a dark, quite grim story which will come
as a welcome relief for all those who have started to get
bored of Disney - who have cornered the market on animated
include Anastasia: A Magical Journey documentary; Making
of Anastasia featurette; Sing Along songs; and three interactive
puzzles. The documentary reproduces a lot of the material
from the featurette (which is worth watching) but I'm not
wonderfully moving picture.
is a mysterious rainforest where a bat named Batty, whose
radar has gone haywire, joins together with Crysta, Pips and
the Beetle Boys to save their world from the evil Hexxus.
Ignoring the warnings of her friends, Crysta, the curious
tree fairy, explores the world beyond FernGully. She discovers
Zak, a real live human who is helping to demolish the rainforest.
Once Zak sees the beauty and magic of FernGully, he vows to
save it. But it may be too late. The diabolical Hexxus is
on the loose and intent on destroying all of FernGully...
FernGully: The Last Rainforest is
a big disappointment. No real plot, musical numbers that are
instantly forgettable (but there are not that many - so worry
animation is good, and the incidental music is excellent,
but more important things, like a plot, have been ignored.
Williams' wacky bat has some genuinely funny lines - including
two which play homage to Star Wars and Star Trek.
But even he can not stop this movie from being a turkey. The
only real benefit is that it only lasts for an hour and there
are no extras.
you like sentimental rubbish about saving our beautiful planet
then you'll love this.
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