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Warwick Davis, Val Kilmer, Joanne Whalley, Jean Marsh View All


George Lucas (Story), Ron Howard (Director), Bob Dolman (Screenplay) View All

Release: May 1st, 1988
Runtime: 2 hours, 6 minutes
Fearful of a prophecy stating that a girl child will be born to bring about her downfall, the evil Queen Bavmorda imprisons all pregnant women within the formidable stronghold of Nockmaar. A child, Elora Danan, is born in the Nockmaar dungeons and identified as the prophesied child by a birthmark on her arm. However, before the black sorceress arrives to claim the child, Elora's mother convinces her reluctant midwife to escape with the baby....
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Soon Willow finds himself on a real adventure, not only fighting for the child's life, but fighting for his own.
The Rodent
All in all, not perfect due to some of the experimental screenplay and naivety to the world that was invented for the film but Willow is still a rip roaring adventure filled with humour and action and some wonderful special effects.