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Mythica: The Godslayer

2016, regia di John Lyde


Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: Arrowstorm Entertainment, Mainstay Productions - Distribuzione: Highland Film Group, Premiere Digital Services, Signature Entertainment, SunWorld Pictures - Soggetto: Jason Faller, Kynan Griffin - Sceneggiatura: Jason Faller, Kynan Griffin - Art Direction: Kurt Knight - Scenografia: Lauren Spalding - Costumi: Kurt Knight - Musiche: James Schafer - Effetti speciali: Rob Field - Formato: Color - Durata: 118'.

Cast: Melanie Stone, Adam Johnson, Matthew Mercer, Jake Stormoen, Nicola Posener, Bailee Michelle Johnson, Christopher Robin Miller, Cooper Daniel Johnson, Clint Vanderlinden, Paris Warner, Ethan Hunt, James C. Morris, Randall Malin, James Martin, Andy Jones.





Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - - - - - - - - - «As the Lich King’s zombie legions ravage the world, Marek, a cursed young sorceress, embarks on a quest to obtain a weapon from the gods, with her friend Dagen, a self-serving half-elf rogue. But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved. Review: The final part of the Mythica movie series sees the characters all levelled up, but with added power comes more responsibility and difficult choices. The character that undergoes the most growth in this series is Dagen who spends most of the movie trying to keep Marek from losing faith in herself, which is a difficult job given that she is being magically manipulated by the evil sorcerer Szorlok. What makes things a tad more difficult for them is the fact that Thane and the resurrected Teela who is time sharing her body with Goddess Ana Sett have been left behind to defend the people of the realm. Which leaves Marek and Dagen free to seek out a means to defeat Szorlok and fend off his undead forces. This final chapter of the film is perhaps the darkest chapter of the series, but in order to get the pay off at the close. It kind of needs to be. So that it can properly convey the sacrifice of two of the films key characters. The films pacing is a bit uneven. The first half seems to be dominated by Marek doubting herself and Dagen having to council her by telling her that she’s the cats pyjamas and so forth. But all the encouragement in the world won’t help when you have an evil sorcerer chewing your ear off and capitalising on your self doubt. However once the movie gets going in the second half. Every character gets his or her moment. As the core group of characters are reunited things don’t turn out to be ideal because it already looks like Marek has given in to her darker side. ...» (Ian Cullen).

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Conosciuto anche con i titoli: Mythica: The Dragon Slayer; Mythica 5: The Godslayers.


Mythica: A Quest for Heroes - Mythica 2: The Darkspore - Mythica3: The Necromancer - Mythica4: The Iron Crown -




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