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WillowWillow, a small farmer/apprentice magician, meets Madmartigan, a great swordsman, and together they journey through a war-torn land of magic and monsters, to save a baby princess from death at the hands of an evil queen.
Actors of "Willow"
Characters of "Willow"
Directors of "Willow"Ron HowardBirthdate: 1 March 1954, Duncan, Oklahoma, USA
Creators of "Willow"George LucasBirthdate: 14 May 1944, Modesto, California, USABob Dolman
Critic Reviews of "Willow"VarietyJuly 09, 2014
Willow is medieval mishmash from George Lucas, a sort of 10th-century Star Wars tossed together with a plethora of elements taken from numerous classic fables.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 01, 2000
At the story level, Willow is turgid and relentlessly predictable.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
Though children will mostly be enthralled by the spectacles, even they might notice the weak story protruding through the industrial magic.Washington PostJanuary 01, 2000
The big budget can't conceal the fact that this fiction is fallow, more rootbound than spellbound.United Press InternationalAugust 23, 2016
The world may not need yet another swashbuckling epic adventure, but one with so much heart and soul and fantasy surely is a welcome addition.7M PicturesJune 09, 2013
a forgotten classic that holds a lot of nostalgiaSci-Fi Movie PageMarch 20, 2013
There's a sunny feeling here that's impossible to deny: a warm, inviting tone unseen in more recent fare.Video-Reviewmaster.comJanuary 10, 2009
Nice fantasy adventure, looking pretty dated now, but ably helmed by Ron Howard.Common Sense MediaOctober 22, 2007
Magic-filled fantasy adventure for tweens and up.Film ThreatOctober 22, 2005
As a movie, it's a hell of a video gameNew TimesOctober 21, 2004
It isn't without significant flaws, but overall an effective and memorable fantasy spectacle.Needcoffee.comSeptember 23, 2003
This is how I always figured the project got started: ILM called Ron, and said 'Ronnnnnnn, we're BORED.'
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