Willow | Full Movie
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From legendary filmmakers George Lucas and Ron Howard comes Willow, a timeless fantasy tale where heroes come in all sizes. When Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) finds an abandoned baby girl, he learns she is destined to end the reign of wicked Queen Bavmorda. Willow teams up with a rogue swordsman (Val Kilmer) to protect the child against the darkness. Filled with magic and danger, Willow is the ultimate story of good versus evil.
Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Warwick Davis, Patricia Hayes, Gavan O'Herlihy, Phil Fondacaro, Pat Roach, Rick Overton, Kevin Pollak, Billy Barty, Jean Marsh, David Steinberg, Tony Cox, Robert Gillibrand, Mark Northover, Maria Holvöe, Julie Peters, Mark Vande Brake, Dawn Downing, Michael Cotterill, Zulema Dene, Joanna Dickens, Jennifer Guy, Ron Tarr, Sallyanne Law, Ruth Greenfield, Kate Greenfield
© 1988 Lucasfilm Ltd. (LFL) All Rights Reserved. Used Under Authorization.
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Critics Consensus: State-of-the-art special effects and an appealing performance from Warwick Davis can't quite save Willow from its slow pace and generic story.
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Common Sense Says
Magic-filled fantasy adventure with a few battle scenes.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Willow is a wonderful fantasy adventure with lots of intense scenes of battle and conflict, which are often lightened with humor. Expect an evil queen who yells and threatens to kill a baby, plus some scary wildebeests and soldiers who storm a village of innocents -- including kids -- but leave before anyone is seriously hurt. Some battles result in apparent deaths with a little blood, but nothing is lingered on or explicit. A couple monsters are pretty creepy and put beloved characters in peril. In one scene a man gropes at the breast of one of the lead characters who is disguised as a woman. There is some romantic kissing and a hint of infidelity. Also, there is some puerile humor, including use of the word "pee pee," a baby vomiting in a man's face, and gags involving animal feces.
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- Genre:Sword & Sorcery, Fantasy, Action, Adventure, Drama, Cult
- Release Date:April 24, 1988
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD