Arthur Rankin Jr.
Mia Farrow, Jeff Bridges, Tammy Grimes, Alan Arkin, Christopher Lee, Angela Lansbury, Keenan Wynn, Paul Frees and Rene
Auberjonois as the Skull
Format Used: VHS
Contains: Graphic Violence, Brief Nudity
A Unicorn finds out that she is the last of her kind. Through a flighty butterfly she learns that a monster called the Red
Bull chased the Unicorns of the world to a far off country. Bravely she goes on a journey to find out the truth behind the
Along the way she meets friends and enemy alike. She is joined by a would be wizard named Schmendrick and a cook named
Molly Grue. together they travel to the kingdom of death ruled by a twisted old monster named Haggard. The master of the
monster bull. But in order to avid the Red Bull Schmendrick tapes and finds he has real magic after all and transforms her
into a human.
But as the weeks and months ware on she begins to become more human and begins to fall in love with Haggards abopted son
Lir, unless they can find and destory the Red Bull.
A magical movie with a steller cast. Impressive animation and a great story. The fact that the monsters of myth is done
correctly is a power plus point. But it does get a little sappy about the whole romance thing at times and if you're not
a fan of these kinds of movie then it's not for you.
I GIVE IT (9 STARS)
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS)
+ ANATOMACLY CREATED UNICORN (The Unicorn wasn't just a horse with a horn glued to her head, it was done correctly)
+ OTHER MONSTERS (The harpy and the Red Bull were just cool)
+ STORY (The story structure was just perfect)
+ LIKABLE CHARACTERS (The human cast was a delight, even the evil people)
+ STELLER CAST (An impressive cast lend their voices for such a small and unknown movie)
+ MUSIC (The music was most impressive in this movie)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES)
- LOVE STORY (The whole love story subplot got sappy to me)
- NOT FOR EVERYONE (If you're not a fan of this genre then this is not the movie for you)