The Karate Kid


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Sport
Release Year: 1984
Country: USA
Runtime: 126
Rating: 7.5 (0)
Languages: English, Japanese
Director: John G. Avildsen
Sound: Dolby
Taglines:

  • Only the Old One could teach him the secrets of the masters.
  • He taught him the secret to Karate lies in the mind and heart. Not in the hands.

  • Writing by: Robert Mark Kamen – (written by)

    Produced by: R.J. Louis – executive producer
    Bud S. Smith – associate producer
    Jerry Weintraub – producer

    Cast: Ralph Macchio – Daniel Larusso
    Pat Morita – Mr. Kesuke Miyagi (as Noriyuki Pat Morita)
    Elisabeth Shue – Ali Mills
    Martin Kove – John Kreese
    Randee Heller – Lucille Larusso
    William Zabka – Johnny Lawrence
    Ron Thomas – Bobby Brown
    Rob Garrison – Tommy
    Chad McQueen – Dutch
    Tony ODell – Jimmy
    Israel Juarbe – Freddy Fernandez

    Music: Bill Conti
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    Plot Outline: A handyman/martial arts master agrees to teach a bullied boy karate and shows him that there is more to the martial art than fighting.
    Plot: Daniel and his mother move from New Jersy to California. She has a wonderful new job but Daniel discovers that a dark haired Italian boy with a Jersey accent doesnt fit into the blond surfer crowd, especially when he tries to date one of their girl friends. Daniel manages to talk his way out of some fights but is finally cornered by several who belong to the same karate school. As Daniel is passing out from the beating he sees Miyagi, the elderly gardner leap into the fray and save him by outfighting a half dozen teenagers. Miyagi and Daniel find the real motivator behind the boys violent attitude is the their karate teacher. Miyagi promises to teach Daniel to fight and arranges a fight at a karate contest some months off. When his training begins, Daniel cant understand what he is being shown. Miyagi seems more interested in having Daniel paint fences and wax cars than teaching him Karate.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    The special post-9/11 episode was broadcast without the regular opening credits. Instead, the episode began with the cast, out of character, speaking about the episode, followed by credits on a black screen.

    Goofs: We know about 26 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Revealing mistakes: When Mr. Miyagi and Daniel are attempting to catch a fly in their chopsticks, you can see that the fly is attached to a thin wire when it “flies” in between their two heads.

    Trivia: There are 22 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The referee in the final match is Pat E. Johnson, a karate expert and former student of Chuck Norris. He instructed many movie stars in karate.
    • Mr. Miyagi is named for Chogun Miyagi, who became the forerunner of karate-jutsu in Okinawa, Japan. Sensei Miyagi as he was called, created his own style of karate-jutsu, which he dubbed Goju Ryu, which means hard and soft style.
    • Martin Kove, who played the John Kreese character, was rumored to have replaced Chuck Norris, who allegedly turned down the role of Kreese because he didnt want karate trainers to be shown in an unsympathetic light. Norris has since said he was never offered the role but that if he had been, he wouldve declined for similar reasons.


Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Musical, Fantasy, Comedy
Release Year: 1971
Country: USA
Runtime: 100
Rating: 8 (0)
Languages: English, French, German
Director: Mel Stuart
Sound: Dolby Digital, Mono
Taglines:

  • Its everybodys non-pollutionary, anti-institutionary, pro-confectionery factory of fun!
  • Its Scrumdiddlyumptious!
  • Your golden ticket to imagination and adventure!
  • Charlie is let loose in the chocolate factory and every kids dream comes true.
  • Enter a world of pure imagination.

  • Writing by: Roald Dahl – (screenplay)
    Roald Dahl – (book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory")
    David Seltzer – (screenplay) uncredited

    Produced by: Stan Margulies – producer
    David L. Wolper – producer

    Cast: Gene Wilder – Willy Wonka
    Jack Albertson – Grandpa Joe
    Peter Ostrum – Charlie Bucket
    Roy Kinnear – Henry Salt
    Julie Dawn Cole – Veruca Salt
    Leonard Stone – Sam Beauregarde
    Denise Nickerson – Violet Beauregarde
    Nora Denney – Mrs. Teevee (as Dodo Denney)
    Paris Themmen – Mike Teevee
    Ursula Reit – Mrs. Gloop
    Michael Bollner – Augustus Gloop

    Music: Ralph Sall
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A poor boy wins the oppurtunity to tour the most eccentric and wonderful candy factory of all.
    Plot: The world is astounded when Willy Wonka, for years a recluse in his factory, announces that five lucky people will be given a tour of the factory, shown all the secrets of his amazing candy, and one will win a lifetime supply of Wonka chocolate. Nobody wants the prize more than young Charlie, but as his family is so poor that buying even one bar of chocolate is a treat, buying enough bars to find one of the five golden tickets is unlikely in the extreme. But in movieland, magic can happen. Charlie, along with four somewhat odious other children, get the chance of a lifetime and a tour of the factory. Along the way, mild disasters befall each of the odious children, but can Charlie beat the odds and grab the brass ring?

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    At the same time as the end credits are playing, the film shows the Wonkavator rising higher and higher.

    Goofs: We know about 43 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When Willy is coming out of the factory, there is a large shadow crossing the walkway when the camera angle is at Willys back. Right as he walks into the shadow, they change cameras to show him from a closer shot, and he is further back on the walkway and for the second time walks into the shadow

    Trivia: There are 52 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The combination to the first door in the chocolate factory is 99-44/100% pure, which was an ad slogan for Ivory Soap.
    • Voted number 8 in channel 4s (UK) “Greatest Family Films”.
    • The Tinker quotes from the poem “The Fairies” by William Allingham.


A Bugs Life


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Animation, Comedy, Adventure
Release Year: 1998
Country: USA
Runtime: 96
Rating: 8.6 (0)
Languages: English
Director: John LasseterAndrew Stanton
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Taglines:

  • An epic of miniature proportions.

  • Writing by: John Lasseter – (story) (as John Lassetter) &
    Andrew Stanton – (story) &
    Joe Ranft – (story)
    Andrew Stanton – (screenplay) &
    Don McEnery – (screenplay) (as Donald McEnery) &
    Bob Shaw – (screenplay)
    Geefwee Boedoe – additional writer: story
    Jason Katz – additional writer: story
    Jorgen Klubien – additional writer: story
    Robert Lence – additional writer: story
    David Reynolds – additional writer: story

    Produced by: Darla K. Anderson – producer
    Kevin Reher – producer

    Cast: Dave Foley – Flik (voice)
    Kevin Spacey – Hopper (voice)
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Atta (voice)
    Hayden Panettiere – Dot (voice)
    Phyllis Diller – Queen (voice)
    Richard Kind – Molt (voice)
    David Hyde Pierce – Slim (voice)
    Joe Ranft – Heimlich (voice)
    Denis Leary – Francis (voice)
    Jonathan Harris – Manny (voice)
    Madeline Kahn – Gypsy Moth (voice)

    Music: Randy Newman
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    Plot Outline: A misfit ant, looking for warriors to save his colony from grasshoppers, recruits a group of bugs that turn out to be an inept circus troup.
    Plot: Every year, a bunch of grasshoppers come to the anthill and eat what the ants have gathered for them. The “offering”, as the ants call the ritual, is a part of their fate. One day in spring, when the offerings preparation has just been finished, Flik, unliked inventor ant, accidentally drops the whole offered seeds into the river. The grasshoppers come and give the ants a second chance to collect food until fall. Flik sets off to find bugs that are willing to fight the grasshoppers (nobody expects him to succeed anyway) and, due to a double misinterpretation, returns with a circus crew, giving everybody new hope. When the misunderstanding finally gets cleared out, there is only little time left for a new plan, which has to work, or else…

    Crazy Credits: We know about 7 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
     Filmed entirely on location.

    Goofs: We know about 11 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: As Hopper is flying away carrying Flick, Tuck & Roll pull off his right antenna. Just as Hopper ditches Tuck & Roll, you see him flying away with both antennae still intact. Then scene flashes to Tuck & Roll holding removed antenna.

    Trivia: There are 34 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The names on the boxes that make up the City are all the names of the writers kids. A few examples are: JuJus Litter, Hannahs Bananas, and PJ Pop.
    • The pickup truck to the left of the mobile home when the bug flies into the bug light is the same pizza delivery truck that Buzz and Woody climb into at the gas station in Toy Story (1995).
    • The restaurant at Bug City is a can of “Low Fat Lard”.


The Parent Trap


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Comedy, Romance
Release Year: 1961
Country: USA
Runtime: 129
Rating: 7.6 (0)
Languages: English
Director: David Swift
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • Its Strictly a Laugh Affair
  • Dedicated To The Proposition That Teenagers and Parents Are Created Equally Hilarious!

  • Writing by: Erich Kästner – (book "Das Doppelte Lottchen")
    David Swift – (written by)

    Produced by: George Golitzen – associate producer (as George Golitzin)

    Cast: Hayley Mills – Sharon McKendrick / Susan Evers
    Maureen OHara – Margaret Maggie McKendrick
    Brian Keith – Mitch Evers
    Charles Ruggles – Charles McKendrick (as Charlie Ruggles)
    Una Merkel – Verbena
    Leo G. Carroll – Rev. Dr. Mosby
    Joanna Barnes – Vicky Robinson
    Cathleen Nesbitt – Louise McKendrick
    Ruth McDevitt – Miss Inch
    Crahan Denton – Hecky
    Linda Watkins – Edna Robinson

    Music: Paul J. Smith
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    Plot Outline: Hayley Mills plays twins who, unknown to their divorced parents, meet at a summer camp. Products of single parent households…
    Plot: Hayley Mills plays twins who, unknown to their divorced parents, meet at a summer camp. Products of single parent households, they switch places (surprise!) so as to meet the parent they never knew, and then contrive to reunite them.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    In the closing credits, letters such as “M” and “W” are separated lines (presumably matchsticks), much like the type in the main title.

    Goofs: We know about 14 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Revealing mistakes: The Thunderbird Mitch Evers is driving is in park.

    Trivia: There are 5 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The screenplay originally called for only a few trick photography shots of Hayley Mills (I) in scenes with herself; the bulk of the film was to be shot using a body double. When Walt Disney saw how seamless the processed shots were, he ordered the script reconfigured to include more of the special effect.
    • The title song was performed by Tommy Sands and Annette Funicello. They were on the lot shooting Babes in Toyland (1961).
    • For the scene were Maureen OHara and Charles Ruggles are speaking in the bedroom, Charles didnt have any place to put the ashes of his cigarette so, on his own, he decided to put them in his hand.


Peter Pan


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Animation, Musical, Fantasy, Adventure
Release Year: 1953
Country: USA
Runtime: 74
Rating: 5.8 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Clyde GeronimiWilfred JacksonHamilton Luske
Sound: Mono
Taglines:

  • Walt Disneys Immortal [Peter Pan]
  • It will live in your heart forever!

  • Writing by: J.M. Barrie – (play) (as Sir James M. Barrie)
    Ted Sears – (story) &
    Erdman Penner – (story) &
    Bill Peet – (story) &
    Winston Hibler – (story) &
    Joe Rinaldi – (story) &
    Milt Banta – (story) &
    Ralph Wright – (story) &
    William Cottrell – (story) (as Bill Cottrell)

    Produced by: Jerry Bruckheimer – producer
    Linda Horner – associate producer
    Mike Moder – executive producer
    Don Simpson – producer

    Cast: Bobby Driscoll – Peter Pan (voice)
    Kathryn Beaumont – Wendy Darling (voice)
    Hans Conried – Captain Hook / Mr. Darling (voice)
    Bill Thompson – Mr. Smee / Other Pirates (voice)
    Heather Angel – Mrs. Darling (voice)
    Paul Collins – John Darling (voice)
    Tommy Luske – Michael Darling (voice)
    Candy Candido – Indian Chief (voice)
    Tom Conway – Narrator (voice)
    Tony Butala – Lost Boy (voice) (uncredited)
    Carol Coombs – (voice) (uncredited)

    Music: Oliver Wallace
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: Wendy and her brothers are whisked away to the magical world of Neverland with the hero of their stories, Peter Pan.
    Plot: An adaptation of J. M. Barries story about a boy who never grew up. The three children of the Darling family receive a visit from Peter Pan, who takes them to Never Land, where an ongoing war between Peters gang of rag-tag runaways and the evil Pirate Captain Hook is taking place.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Scott Murphys character of Det. Owensby is misspelled as Det. Owenby in the credits.

    Goofs: We know about 10 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: When Peter Pan cuts the rigging, all the pirates fall into the lifeboat with Smee. There are about nine pirates falling into the boat, but when the fleeing Captain Hook passes them a few shots later, Smee has only four companions rowing the boat.

    Trivia: There are 14 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • 22 year-old Margaret Kerry (who measured 35-25-36) was the real-life model for Tinker Bell.
    • Although original author J.M. Barrie is credited, this is the only major film version of “Peter Pan” which uses little of his original dialogue. (Even the live-action musical versions, as well as the 1924 silent film version, use much of Barries original dialogue.)
    • Kathryn Beaumont, who provided the voice for Wendy, also performed the live action references. In an interview, she said she had to hold out her arms and pretend to fly for all the scenes requiring it.


Annie


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Musical
Release Year: 1982
Country: USA
Runtime: 126
Rating: 8.8 (0)
Languages: English
Director: John Huston
Sound: 70 mm 6-Track, Dolby
Taglines:

  • The movie of Tomorrow

  • Writing by: Harold Gray – (comic strip Little Orphan Annie) uncredited
    Thomas Meehan – (musical)
    Carol Sobieski – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Joe Layton – executive producer
    Carol Sobieski – associate producer
    Ray Stark – producer

    Cast: Albert Finney – Daddy Oliver Warbucks
    Carol Burnett – Miss Hannigan
    Ann Reinking – Grace Farrell
    Tim Curry – Rooster Hannigan
    Bernadette Peters – Lily St. Regis
    Aileen Quinn – Annie
    Geoffrey Holder – Punjab
    Roger Minami – Asp
    Toni Ann Gisondi – Molly
    Rosanne Sorrentino – Pepper
    Lara Berk – Tessie

    Music: Charles Strouse
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    Plot Outline: Broadway musical based on the Little Orphan Annie comic strip. A young orphan girls adventures in finding a family that will take her.
    Plot: In the depths of the 1930s, Annie is a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes dramatically when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist, Oliver Warbucks. Quickly, she charms the hearts of the household staff and even the seemingly cold-hearted Warbucks cannot help but learn to love this wonderful girl. He decides to help Annie find her long lost parents by offering a reward if they would come to him and prove their identity. However, Miss Hannigan, her evil brother, Rooster, and a female accomplice, plan to impersonate those people to get the reward for themselves which put Annie in great danger.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Dockers Khakis are the official khakis of Champion City.

    Goofs: We know about 22 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Anachronisms: Set in 1933, yet features Camille (1936) (first seen publicly in 1936).

    Trivia: There are 30 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The rights for Annie (1982) were sold in 1978 for $9.5 million (approximately $30 million in 2006 dollars), a record that still stands.
    • The voice heard on Miss Hannigans radio (saying, “I love you, I love you, I love you”) just before the “Little Girls” number belongs to director John Huston.
    • The films supervising editor Margaret Booth was also the original editor of Camille (1936) which is featured prominently in this film.


Father of the Bride


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Comedy
Release Year: 1991
Country: USA
Runtime: 105
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Charles Shyer
Sound: Dolby
Taglines:

  • Love is wonderful. Until it happens to your only daughter.
  • A comedy about letting go.

  • Writing by: Frances Goodrich – (screenplay) &
    Albert Hackett – (screenplay) and
    Nancy Meyers – (screenplay) &
    Charles Shyer – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Carol Baum – producer
    Bruce A. Block – associate producer
    Jim Cruickshank – executive producer
    Sandy Gallin – executive producer
    Nancy Meyers – producer
    James Orr – executive producer
    Howard Rosenman – producer
    Cindy Williams – co-producer

    Cast: Steve Martin – George Banks
    Diane Keaton – Nina Banks
    Kimberly Williams-Paisley – Annie Banks (as Kimberly Williams)
    Kieran Culkin – Matty Banks
    George Newbern – Bryan MacKenzie
    Martin Short – Franck Eggelhoffer
    B.D. Wong – Howard Weinstein
    Peter Michael Goetz – John MacKenzie
    Kate McGregor-Stewart – Joanna MacKenzie
    Carmen Hayward – Grace
    April Ortiz – Olivia

    Music: Alan Silvestri
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    Plot Outline: In this remake of the Spencer Tracy classic, George and Nina Banks are the parents of young soon-to-be-wed Annie…
    Plot: In this remake of the Spencer Tracy classic, George and Nina Banks are the parents of young soon-to-be-wed Annie. George is a nervous father unready to face the fact that his little girl is now a woman. The preparations for the extravagant wedding provide additional comic moments.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    In the opening credits when the titles are appearing, Christines engine can be heard.

    Goofs: We know about 17 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: Annies hair when introduced to the caterer.

    Trivia: There are 10 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • George Banks says that he doesnt want the wedding to bankrupt him so hell end up wandering the streets in a bathrobe. This happens to Steve Martins character in The Jerk (1979).
    • Steve Martins character of George Banks was named after David Tomlinsons character of the same name in Mary Poppins (1964).
    • Actor Eugene Levy appears in both this movie and Father of the Bride Part II (1995), but as different characters in each one.


The Baby-Sitters Club


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Comedy
Release Year: 1995
Country: USA
Runtime: 94
Rating: 7.3 (0)
Languages: English
Director: Melanie Mayron
Sound: Dolby SR, SDDS
Taglines:

  • Friends 4 Ever

  • Writing by: Ann M. Martin – (book series)
    Dalene Young – (written by)

    Produced by: Marc Abraham – executive producer
    Peter O. Almond – producer
    Armyan Bernstein – executive producer
    Thomas A. Bliss – executive producer
    Eileen Cowel – associate producer
    Deborah Forte – executive producer
    Maria Gillen – associate producer
    Martin Keltz – executive producer
    Jane Startz – producer
    Tina Stern – co-producer

    Cast: Schuyler Fisk – Kristy Thomas
    Bre Blair – Stacey McGill
    Rachael Leigh Cook – Mary Anne Spier
    Larisa Oleynik – Dawn Schafer
    Tricia Joe – Claudia Kishi
    Stacy Linn Ramsower – Mallory Pike
    Zelda Harris – Jessi Ramsey
    Vanessa Zima – Rosie Wilder
    Christian Oliver – Luca
    Brooke Adams – Elizabeth Thomas Brewer
    Bruce Davison – Watson Brewer

    Music: David Michael Frank
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    Plot Outline: Its the story about seven very different best friends, and one summer that will bring them together like never before.
    Plot: Based on the bestselling book series about seven friends whose babysitting business leads to one adventure after another. When tomboy Kristy, president of the club, has a brilliant idea to run a summer day camp, the girls all agree its the perfect way to spend their summer–together! But life gets complicated as budding romance, family problems and a trio of scheming snobs all conspire to ruin the club. The BSC gang learn for themselves the amazing power of friendship.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Random phone calls are heard throughout the opening credits.

    Goofs: We know about 4 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: During the money and kid exchange scene, the boys backpack appears and disappears before he is released.

    Trivia: There are 1 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The movie includes commingled parts of Baby-sitters Club books 45, 86, and Kristys Book.


101 Dalmatians


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Comedy, Adventure
Release Year: 1996
Country: USA
Runtime: 103
Rating: 5.8 (0)
Languages: English, Spanish
Director: Stephen Herek
Sound: Dolby Digital
Taglines:

  • So many dogs. So little time.
  • This time, the magic is real.
  • This Thanksgiving, the world is going to the dogs.

  • Writing by: Dodie Smith – (novel "The One Hundred and One Dalmations")
    John Hughes – (screenplay)

    Produced by: Edward S. Feldman – executive producer
    John Hughes – producer
    Ricardo Mestres – producer
    David Molina – creative producer
    Rebekah Rudd – associate producer
    Sue Shakespeare – entertainment producer
    Terry Shakespeare – creative producer
    William Ryan – executive producer (uncredited)

    Cast: Glenn Close – Cruella De Vil
    Jeff Daniels – Roger
    Joely Richardson – Anita
    Joan Plowright – Nanny
    Hugh Laurie – Jasper
    Mark Williams – Horace
    John Shrapnel – Skinner
    Tim McInnerny – Alonzo
    Hugh Fraser – Frederick
    Zohren Weiss – Herbert
    Mark Haddigan – Alan

    Music: Michael Kamen
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A woman kidnaps puppies to kill them for their fur, but various animals then gang up against her and get their revenge in slapstick fashion.
    Plot: Fashion designer Anita and computer-game writer Roger meet, fall in love and marry along with their dalmatians Perdita and Pongo. But the proud dogs puppies are kidnapped by Anitas boss Cruella De Vil, who is stealing young dalmatians to make the coat she has set her heart on. Enlisting the help of the British animal kingdom, Pongo and Perdita set out to find and rescue all ninety-nine pups from their fearsome captors, Jasper and Horace.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    After the end credits, Cruellas laugh can be heard as the Walt Disney logo appears.

    Goofs: We know about 10 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: Escaped raccoons have sometimes established small populations in England, including Suffolk, where the climax of the film is set. However, no skunks have ever been recorded out of captivity in the British Isles.

    Trivia: There are 9 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • To get the dogs to lick the humans, they had steak juice daubed on their skin.
    • The car that Cruella DeVil drives is a Panther DeVille.
    • Hugh Grant was offered the Jeff Daniels part.


The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter


Category: Family
All Genres: Family, Adventure, Fantasy
Release Year: 1990
Country: USA, Germany
Runtime: 90
Rating: 5.8 (0)
Languages: English
Director: George Miller
Sound: Dolby
Taglines:

  • Begin an all new adventure as a young boy returns to a world of wonder on the wings of his imagination.

  • Writing by: Michael Ende – novel "The Neverending Story"
    Karin Howard – screenplay

    Produced by: Dieter Geissler – producer
    Tim Hampton – executive producer
    Klaus Kähler – associate producer
    Bodo Scriba – co-producer
    Harold Tichenor – consulting producer

    Cast: Jonathan Brandis – Bastian Bux
    Kenny Morrison – Atreyu
    Clarissa Burt – Xayide
    John Wesley Shipp – Bastians Father – Barney
    Martin Umbach – Nimbly
    Alexandra Johnes – Childlike Empress
    Thomas Hill – Koreander
    Helena Michell – Bastians Mother
    Christopher Burton – Tri Face (as Chris Burton)
    Patricia Fugger – Instrument Spinster
    Birge Schade – Windbride

    Music: Robert Folk
    Official Website: Visit Website


    Plot Outline: A young boy with a distant father enters a world of make-believe and magic through a portal within an antique book.
    Plot: Once again, Bastian is transported to the world of Fantasia which he recently managed to save from destruction. However, the land is now being destroyed by an evil sorceress, Xayide, so he must join up with Atreyu and face the Emptiness once more.

    Crazy Credits: We know about 2 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    At the end of the movie, there are outakes and deleted scenes.

    Goofs: We know about 19 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Continuity: The dark leather cord holding Auryn around Bastians neck suddenly turns into a gold chain half way thru the movie.

    Trivia: There are 4 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • Several of the shots of Atreyu on horseback chasing Smurg are recycled from the prequel, though Noah Hathaway, who preceded Kenny Morrison in the role, was uncredited.
    • Thomas Hill is the only actor to reprise his role, as Koreander the bookkeeper, from the original movie.
    • When this movie was released theatrically in 1991, the animated Bugs Bunny short “Box Office Bunny” was shown before it. The short can also be found on the VHS release of the movie.