Legend of the Guardians

Legend of the Guardians
Legend of the Guardians




92 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Coming of Age



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Cutting edge technology takes a simple coming-of-age tale to breathtaking new heights in this computer animated fantasy adventure. Events centre on a young owl called Soren who dreams of joining the ranks of the Guardians of Ga'Hoole - a legendary band of winged warriors that protect the owl kingdoms. When he's kidnapped by the evil Pure Ones, Soren finds his wish coming closer to reality, as he works with other brave owlets to alert the Guardians to their captors' devastating intentions. Visually spectacular and with meticulous attention to detail, it's an intense and thrill-filled ride that continually amazes.


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This film contains moderate violence and scary scenes.

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