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Willow 1988

From Amazon: This epic Lucasfilm fantasy serves up enough magical adventure to satisfy fans of the genre, though it treads familiar territory. With abundant parallels to Star Wars, the story (by George Lucas) follows the exploits of the little farmer Willow (Warwick Davis), an aspiring sorcerer appointed to deliver an infant princess from the evil queen (Jean Marsh) to whom the child is a crucial threat. Val Kilmer plays the warrior who joins Willow's campaign with the evil queen's daughter (Joanne Whalley, who later married Kilmer). Impressive production values, stunning locations (in England, Wales, and New Zealand) and dazzling special effects...

Directed By:
Ron HowardRon Howard
Written By:
No image existsBob Dolman
Warwick DavisWarwick Davis
Val KilmerVal Kilmer
No image existsJean Marsh
No image existsJoanne Whalley
No image existsBilly Barty
No image existsPatricia Hayes
Gavan O'HerlihyGavan O'Herlihy
Kevin PollakKevin Pollak
No image existsPat Roach
No image existsRuth Greenfield

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Willow Movie Review by Zara (1/23/2007)

Why this movie didn't do better at the theaters is beyond me. Released at a time when Hobbit looking creatures were popular (although not the cultural juggernaut that they've since become), telling a fanciful tale of a little baby destined to bring together medieval communities, WILLOW featured a supremely hot looking Val...

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