Willow

Willow
Willow

Year

1988

Duration

120 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

This story of a chosen child who holds the key to the overthrow of an evil empire echoes writer George Lucas's slightly more well known saga, Star Wars.  Warwick Davis stars as little guy Willow, a wannabe-sorcerer who teams up with gallant Val Kilmer to protect the sacred infant from wicked queen Jean Marsh. In the course of their quest this odd couple come up against all manner of monstrous foes in a film that, as well as being an exciting adventure, also gently spoofs the fantasy genre  

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language

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