Valley of the Lanterns

2018

N/A

167
IMDb Rating 4.6 10 N/A

Synopsis


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Cast

Nicole Oliver as Makoto's Mother
Samantha Ferris as Captain Forsyth
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892.01 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
97 min
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1.79 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
97 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SkyStranger 10 / 10 / 10

Ultimate

It's Been So So So SO Long Since I Last Saw A Good Story. It Took Me Back To The Days Of My Childhood, When Stories Were So Great. If You Want To Know What Is The Ultimate Form Of A Story; This Is The Example If You Ask Me. And The Music Was Great Too. Really Recommended For People Who Seek A Good Story Telling. The Hidden Detail Are Something That Not Everybody Can Notice. For Example The Beginning Scene Where Swords Are Intertwined Between Roots. {This Is Not A Spoiler, Right?!.} You Think These Ideas Are Already Old ... And Bam ... This Masterpiece Happens.

Reviewed by minidriver-18540 7 / 10 / 10

Stick with it

I started to watch and a few times thought of stopping. The score was ok, the animation seemed a bit simple, and wasn't gripped initially but pleased I stuck with it. It really grew on me, such a lovely "simple" story and really warm. A joy to watch as the story unfolded. All you need is a good tale with characters that draw you in, and this is what it was. In such dark times it was a distraction and I really liked it.

Reviewed by handleyneil 7 / 10 / 10

A moral tale

At first the animation reminded me of computer games a decade ago and I was worried that this would be a difficult watch, but having got used to it I enjoyed the film much more than the opening 15 minutes might have suggested. I spent much of the time wondering from what country it originated and would not have guessed Canada. Everybody appears to have an offset mouth as if the entire population has suffered a stroke, and at first I assumed that the little boy Porter was a little girl. It's a highly moral tale about the importance of not looking back and making the most of time while you have it (and not gambling on pig races), but although charming in part, others aspects are really quite dark (including a dramatic fall from height) and I would caution parents not to watch it with very young children. The action takes place in an indeterminate land in a quasi-Medieval age but with certain modern conveniences (such as surgical neck braces). The musical score is actually somewhat repetitive, even annoying, and the whole film could benefit from being ten minutes shorter, with the main edits merited at the beginning. Thereafter, however, this film picks up momentum. I warmed to the characters and upped my score from an initial 3 or 4 to a solid 7.

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