Voyage of the Unicorn

Theatrical Release: March 2, 2001
DVD Release: November 1, 2007
Voyage of the Unicorn
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Synopsis

In this inspired adaption of the best selling children’s book Voyage of the Basset, by James C. Christensen, a befuddled professor and his two daughters are unwittingly swept up into a parallel universe where they must save a mystical Faerie world from destruction by a horde of evil trolls.

A wonderfully original and visually dazzling production filled with magic, humor, adventure, spellbinding special effects and a gentle, inspiring message.

Dove Review

Divided into two parts, this movie takes you on an adventure into the fantasy world of trolls, elves, fairies, ogres, unicorns and other mythical creatures. Transported to another universe, Professor Alan Aisling and his daughters, Cassie and Miranda, are on a quest that will change all their lives. This change connects each one of them to their own feelings and draws them all together once again as a family.

Many encouraging messages are presented in this movie like, “Faith gives you strength” and “By believing, one sees.” This story does contain some scary creatures and may frighten young children. Due to this fact we award “Voyage of the Unicorn” the Dove Seal of Approval for ages 12 and above.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Sword fights and non-graphic battle scenes.
Sex: A couple kiss.
Language: None
Violence: Sword fights and non-graphic battle scenes.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Fantasy magic; dealing with death in a family; scary creatures.

Info

Company: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Writer: Dan Levine (teleplay)
Director: Philip Spink
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 180 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe