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Albion: The Enchanted Stallion (film review)

Film: Albion: The Enchanted Stallion
Year: 2016
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family
Directed By: Castille Landon
Starring: Avery Arendes, Stephen Dorff, Johnny Sequoyah
About: A twelve-year-old girl is transported by a magical black stallion to the mystical world of ALBION, where she discovers that she alone is the key to saving an entire race of people.
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ha1ktlnuio

My Review:
With my mum having chosen the movie for tonight she found this hidden gem on Netflix which fully surprised me and exceeded my expectations.

The film is about a girl who works at the local stables and after finding a black horse in a field gets on it's back and is taken to the land of Albion. This leads to her trying to find four of the world's greatest treasures and trying to bring peace to the land again through the help of new friends and a black stallion.

This film made me laugh throughout and the acting was great along with it making it a really good movie to see. I also liked that Albion seemed to be Irish which made it different from a lot of movies which are based in America or planets which everyone sounds American which gets predictable. With a character for everyone to like as well such as the girl who just wants to go home, the feisty red head who just wants to save her world and her people, the protector of the one of the artifacts who seems dim but just makes him rather hilarious to watch as well as having the evil side of the story. With characters who will make you laugh and feel for them it is a great family movie which I would recommend for everyone to watch.

I would recommend this movie to those who are looking for a movie with a different world, a comedy film as well as having a good adventure throughout it. I wish I was told about this movie before and can't wait to watch it again. Great casting!

My Rating: 4/5

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