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When evil screams throughout the world. When all the galaxies converge. When all that’s fair and fine seems lost. A Hero will emerge.

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Ratings: IMDB: 2.6/10
Released: November 30, 1985
Runtime: 72 min
Genres: Fantasy Action Adventure Family
Countries: Argentina United States
Companies: Trinity Productions
Cast: Bo Svenson Vidal Peterson Thom Christopher Barbara Stock
Crew: Ed Naha Héctor Olivera

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Canuckian 1 points 3 months ago(Contains Spoilers)

LOL what a blast from the past. Hard to believe this is what High-Fantasy movies were back in the day …They probably spent more money on the extras then they did on all the costumes and props in this movie LOL. This would have been considered Grand Scale back 35 yrs ago lol. Still, i loved this movie as a little kid, there was really very little else like it since Hollywood or any movie production company didn’t really do Fantasy movies or take them seriously with a decent budget…this was as good as it got back then (with MAYBE the exception of BeastMaster with Marc Singer which was way better than this but with the same rough budget lol..just better actors :P )…then things changed when “Willow” came out in 1988 (only 3 yrs after this!!) starring a young Val Kilmer, Billy Barty and of course Warwick Davis from “Leprechaun” fameand directed by none other than Ron Howard!…that movie didn’t do the best in Theater, but it gained quite the cult following and still does to this day hold up pretty well storywise…outdated CGI considered, the story was well executed and it had some really good and funny moments in it lol. I couldn’t help but laugh to myself at how seriously i took this movie as a kid and then watching it now…wow LOL…the kid is about to get attacked by a Spider Woman thing and Kor just walks in, takes a look and says “eh, here ya go kid” all calm and cool, hands the kid a mini sword (meanwhile he was like 3 feet from it lol) and smiles and watches as Simon proceeds to stab it repeatedly just like it was any normal every day thing…like a proud “Dad” watching his kid do something for the first time, only this time it was watching Simon stab to death a Spider Monster thing while it was practically on top of him and about to eat him supposedly LOL…i don’t know, you have to watch it to see what I am saying and why it was so funny seeing how non-chalant they were about it LOL..ah man these kinds of movies have come a LONG way…thank you Ron Howard for making Willow and thank you Peter Jackson for giving us Lord of the Rings…hard to believe that this movie is even a part of that same genre, even decades before LOL