By: Marianne Paluso (@Marianne_P81) We all adore animated features and superhero flicks, but as of late, family-friendly fantasy adventures have become more rare in the cinema. So that is what makes Albion: the Enchanted Stallion such a refreshing change of pace. Feeling as if it’s a colorful blend of The Chronicles of Narnia and The Princess Bride , Albion has its own unique charm with an impressively original story, wit and humor, sweetness, glorious music, a stellar cast (which includes Jennifer Morrison and Debra Messing who both served as producers, John Cleese, Stephen Dorf, Daniel Sharman, Liam McIntyre, Richard Kind, and Avery Arendes), delightful characters, and a dash of inspiring wisdom and optimism. And it’s all the more remarkable knowing it comes from first-time screenwriter and director Castille Landon, who also costars. In all honesty, I looked it up to see if this was a recent young adult fantasy novel, because it seems so reminiscent of such. But it’s completely original and a wonderful story to boot. The story follows young 12-year-old Evie, who doesn’t quite fit in and has a lot to handle for her age, caring for her father who is injured and working at a nearby […]
About The Author
- Marshall (2017): Early Years Of A Genius Legal Giant
- That’s One Small Step For Man One Giant Leap For Mankind Literary Device
- What Part Of The Brain Is Responsible For Thinking Reasoning And Memory
- Sequence Of Writing – In Order Or Not?
- The Meyerowitz Stories (New And Selected) Movie Review: The Best Adam Sandler Film In A Decade