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    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      A fantasy movie about a baby that was kidnapped by an evil queen in order to destroy what ever hopes other may have of the prophecy being fulfilled. It would seem that the queen wants her reign to continue for years to come and with this child’s destiny looming over her head; she is taking no chances as she does

      all she can to get rid of the child. Coming to the destined child’s aid is a young farmer with a family history of being a hobbit, as he takes on the task of rescuing the child, he is aided in his work by some of the fabled land locals, but their initial rescue attempt failed and they must go ...

      • back and lick their wounds, recover, and try to do it all over again. This time around, they are joined by a mist unlikely character, that of the evil queen’s daughter, now they have an edge over the enemy and they muster their forces again and try their hardest to save the endangered child from the clutches of the vile
        queen. At the time I saw this movie when it was released, it was the talk, but now after seeing it again after so many years, it has lost a lot of its original zest, but still not enough for me to call it a bad movie. Watch it for yourselves and make your own summaries. For me, it was a great film, enjoy!




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