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'FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS'
27 July 2015
The Seventh Son of the Seventh Son 'Tom Ward' (Ben Barnes) seemingly the son of simple farmers is sought out
and paid for by 'Master Gregory' (Jeff Bridges) the sole remaining warrior of the Mystical Order (A Spook) to serve
as his apprentice.
'Master Gregory' battles against the Dark Forces, normally it takes ten years to train an apprentice, however 'Tom'
who has inherited powers he's yet to learn of, has just one week to learn the necessary skills before embarking upon
the battle to come against the powerful 'Dark Queen' (Julianne Moore) who can transform herself into a Dragon, she
also commands many powerful allies including those that can transform into fearsome creatures.
'Master Gregory' along with his faithful servant 'Tusk' (John Desantis) and apprentice 'Tom' must be ready before the
'Red Moon' which will herald the heights of the 'Dark Queen's' powers.
The walled city which is under threat from the Queens attention will pay 'Master Gregory' to protect them, if he can
that is, the signal they use to summon the 'Spook' is the Bell in the tower.
Of course as is tradition, there is romance in the air between 'Tom' and the 'Dark Queen's' sisters Daughter 'Alice'
(Alicia Vikander) who 'Tom' had saved earlier in the walled City from being burnt by the hoards as a Witch.
This a mystical fantasy adventure in which the evil forces that only the 'Spook' and his two companions can combat...
the Kingdom is at risk if 'Master Gregory' and the 'Seventh Son' fail.
This a superb fantasy tale in which 'Jeff Bridges' is masterful as the Mystic-Warrior.
A special-effects treat
(Kit Harrington (Game of Thrones) has a brief role in the film)
A word of caution, some visual sequences may not be suitable for younger viewers (it's a dark tale)
* Deleted Scenes
* Alternate Scenes
* Alternate Ending
* The Making Of -
* The Legend of the Seventh Son
* Visual Effects Gallery.