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Ralph Bakshi's old-school animation is definitely an acquired taste - I stumbled across the frankly bizarre sword and sorcery epic Fire And Ice [DVD] [1983] some months ago, and actually quite enjoyed it; in a nostalgic kind of way. However, Wizards is considerably inferior, both in terms of story (there isn't one), characters, and background. Bakshi always seemed to favour including at least one (extremely) skimpily-clad virgin in each of his movies, and this is no exception - dodgy in terms of taste but something I would have loved as a randy schoolboy!
Anyway, the whole thing is perfectly fine to while away an hour or so on a cold Winter night but I wouldn't really rate it as a piece of classic cinema or even art.
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