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The film follows a well trodden and familiar theme.
The wicked Queen learns of a child to be born that will lead to
her downfall.
'Queen Baymorda' orders the killing of all new-born's in her Kingdom.
the mother parts with her child fearing for it's life and hoping for
a safe place to be found.
wild creatures close in on the guardian and child, the child is placed
in a basket to float down river in the hope of being found
the basket is found by dwarf 'Willow Upgood's' children, at first 'Willow'
doesn't want anything to do with the find, however 'Willow's' wife warms
to the child,he to finds himself doing so as well.
they realize that keeping the saught after child 'Elenor' would put both
them and fellow villager's in danger.
A fairy queen appears to 'Willow' giving him a task to find safety for the child,he is also given
a wand and is instructed to find sorceress 'Fin Raziel' to give the wand to.
he sets out with a couple of volunteers from his village, along the way they are joined
by a couple of 'brownies' who are truly ''little'' people,they also come across thief
and accomplished swordsman 'Madmatigan' caged up on the side of the road who if
but reluctantly will join the quest, 'willow's' fellow villagers return home leaving
'Willow' and his new found companions to continue the journey.
great danger lies ahead as the queens daughter and henchmen continue the search for
'Elenor'
with magic and mythical beasts this is a good family friendly romp for all to enjoy.
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on 17 June 2017
Loved this when it first came out, it's a bit cheesy but I like it.....And Joanne Whalley is smoking hot in it....;)
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on 18 September 2017
5 stars thank you very much Lucas forever
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on 29 July 2017
great service, item as described
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on 22 August 2017
Val Kilmer and Warwick Davies don't look any older than when they filmed it!!
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on 2 September 2013
I am an avid fan of the fantasy genre.
Willow is (like other reviewer's have said) like a pre-LOTR, but not to the point of being a "rip off".
Yes the acting is a tad sketchy (mainly from the Elwyn's), but it is wonderful movie with a great story.
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on 26 August 2017
Brilliant DVD loved it
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on 11 May 2017
Very good.
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on 5 July 2017
great
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on 16 August 2017
An older film now but reminds me of when I was younger. Great cast and engaging story, brilliant quality.
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