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skoubah's avatar



I had this on VHS as a kid and i was YOUNG, this movie actually used to unsettle me as a child. lol.
13 years 8 months ago
moviesmylife875's avatar


Children's classic gem grew up with it <3
3 years 5 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


When you think about Rankin & Bass, you think about stop-motion television productions made for television. But they did do some traditional animation, and they did release feature films. 1982's The Last Unicorn is a whimsical fairy tale about a unicorn's quest to find others of her kind, all of which seem to have fallen at the hands of an unhappy king. I would not call him evil, as this was written in more modern times, and has an element of pop psychology and trippiness to it. The animation is slightly more primitive than what Disney was doing at the same time, but it has its moments and a strong voice cast (surely, this should count as one of Christopher Lee's greatest villains). And you're never exactly sure where the story will go, which is surely a triumph for this kind of material. One thing: I'm not sure it was done on purpose, but the story seems to lead you to a dark but unaddressed conclusion about the fate of the animals from the unicorn's forest. Even if that's wrong (I haven't checked out the book), it's still a good example of the story's innate ambiguities. One for more alert kids, but also adults who like to talk about what they've just watched once the light come up.
7 years 7 months ago
Carota's avatar


What a great experience to listen to Sir Christopher Lee's german voice in the german version.
I want a Ghibli remake.
10 years 7 months ago
Masada's avatar


I've had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Beagle a couple of months ago at an event where I saw the movie for the first time in my life as well. A wonderful experience I won't forget quickly. :)
11 years 7 months ago
xDomchax's avatar


I love this movie, I first watched it when I was like 4 or 5. It never gets old, I even read the book. Million thumbs up and I recommend this to people of all ages!
12 years 6 months ago
Groke's avatar


Schmendrick has transmasc swag
2 years 5 months ago
Dennis555's avatar


Nice movie for a kid, bril kant to see the leap in animation technics
12 years 8 months ago
TripleSkiple's avatar


I actually took the time to watch this movie...

What a brilliant waste of my time. :D
12 years 11 months ago
mupp3tbab3h's avatar


def a movie you watch while on acid
13 years 2 months ago
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