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Legend

Legend

Universal Studios (1985)
Adventure | Fantasy | Romance
UK | English | Color | 01:34
Blu-ray Xvid
MP4
| 1 disc
Region 1

Set in a timeless mythical forest inhabited by fairies, goblins, unicorns and mortals, this fantastic story follows a mystical forest dweller, chosen by fate, to undertake a heroic quest. He must save the beautiful Princess Lily and defeat the demonic Lord of Darkness, or the world will be plunged into a never-ending ice age.


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Tom Cruise Jack
Mia Sara Lili
Tim Curry Darkness
David Bennent Gump
Alice Playten Blix
Billy Barty Screwball
Cork Hubbert Brown Tom
Peter O'Farrell Pox
Kiran Shah Blunder
Annabelle Lanyon Oona
Robert Picardo Meg Mucklebones
Tina Martin Nell
Ian Longmur Demon Cook
Michael Crane Demon Cook
Liz Gilbert Dancing Black Dress
Eddie Powell Mummified Guard
Ian Stewart Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Jeff Davies Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Sally Dewhurst Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Jane Devonshire Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Amanda Rose Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Joey Baxter Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Sharon Brown Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Nicky Dewhurst Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)
Debbie Greenwell Faerie Firelight Dancer (Director's Cut)

Personal

Owner Review?
Location SciFi_Fantasy Disk
Purchased Sep 29, 2018 at YIFY
Quantity 1
Seen it Oct 22, 2018 at home
Added Sep 30, 2018 01:42:31
Modified Oct 24, 2018 21:56:03

Notes

My quick rating - 6,4/10. Set in a nicely created world by Ridley Scott, this fantasy tale does somewhat lean on the darker side of typical fairies and unicorns. This follows a very young Tom Cruise in a journey to save his princess, and defeat the Lord of Darkness (Tim Curry). Most likely the reason @deedee chose this flick for #shocktober was the very well done costume and makeup work throughout this flick. Even the mild mannered fairies have a little hint of evil in them. The story is vast and broad but not overdone, checking in at 94 minutes. There is little time wasted in this film and as usual, or since these days as Scott is a much more known name now, the directing is very precise and each scene draws you into the story. Being reviewed now is almost unfair but it does still stand the test of time. Might be a good one to show your kids if you want to give them a little scare for Halloween (or a chuckle to watch a wimpy Cruise take on the Lord of Darkenss).

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1280x544 23fps shocktober flix folder