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Cassandra Lee Morris,
R. Martin Klein
A WIZARD'S TALE is a magical family adventure story that sees a young kid named Terry (Toby Kebbell) whisked away to the colorful Kingdom of Groovynham. The evil wizard Grump (Ian McShane) has cast a spell of gloom over the land and as such, smiling and laughter are now a thing of the past. Terry must travel the Kingdom in search of a spell that will help get everyone's happy back and along the way help Princess Dawn (Lily Collins), outwit all manner of strange and wonderful creatures, and try an embrace a little thing called "change".Written by
Blue Fox Entertainment
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Overall, I was very impressed by this independent animation
The animated film A Wizard's Tale directed by Andres Couturier was a fun and vibrant adventure. This children's film of good vs. evil is an amusing story that keeps your attention with its colorful characters voiced by the talented Lily Collins, Ian McShane, and Toby Kebbell. I got lost in the story and found myself routing for the main character Terry (Toby Kebbell), a teenage boy who gets transported to a magical kingdom where it finds himself helping a princess defend her kingdom. The story line is dynamic and the soundtrack includes upbeat songs which amplify the energetic atmosphere created in the film. The animation was very impressive, I think Craig Kellem did a great job designing the characters in a bubbly style that I haven't seen before which made the human characters look lively. I was also impressed by the amount of wacky supporting characters the film had which elevated the entertainment value. Overall, I was very impressed by this independent animation and I highly recommend watching A Wizard's Tale.
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