Writer: Pamela Hickey, Dannys McCoy, Vanessa Walder (Screenplay)
Starring: (Voice Talents) Madison Mullahey, Jessica Webb, Olivia Manning, Sara Petersen, Marc Thompson, Gregory Max
Plot: Fantasy country of Bayala is on danger. Only twin sisters Surah and Sera can save it.
Runtime: 1 Hour 25 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Verdict: One for the Younger Audience
Story: The Fairy Princess and the Unicorn starts as we head to the kingdom of Bayala, here we have the sun elves and the shadow elves, with twin sisters Surah who was raised in the shadow world, and Sera who is a sun elf, the land is split as the evil Ophira is looking to control the land, with the disappearance of dragons to the land.
Thoughts on The Fairy Princess and the Unicorn
Characters – Surah is a sun elf that was held captive in the shadow realm, leaving her with shadow wings, she is an outcast in the sun elf land with the power to save the land, in hope of getting to her friend, who still remains trapped in the shadows. Sera is the sun elf that has waited for her sister to return, going on the adventure to try and save her land. Ophira is the evil ruler of the shadow realm, she has trying to destroy the rest of the world, doing everything she can to stop the mission. Marween is the young else that discovered the dragon egg and has the ability to communicate with dragons, this will be her first adventure.
Story – The story here follows elves as they must looks to defeat an evil that is trying to take over the land in a race against time to bring the light back to the land. When we see the idea of elves, magic and unicorns we know the audience we will be aiming for, this is a story that plays perfectly for that audience, with chuckles along the way, we are never put in any truly scarier peril with the light feeling about the journey being kept away from scaring the youngest audience members.
Adventure – The adventure side of the film does take the elves to different lands, which offers new dangers to the world for them to face.
Settings – The film does create beautiful landscapes for the characters to travel through, filled with colours to bring to life the environment.
Animation – The animation does look strong with the computer graphics bringing everything to life with ease.
Scene of the Movie – The final battle.
Final Thoughts – This is a film that the younger audience will enjoy, it will give them plenty of joy with the positive message throughout.
Overall: Kids will love.
Signature Entertainment presents The Fairy Princess & The Unicorn in Cinemas nationwide July 4th