Movie Review #6 – The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep

March 15, 2008

Legend of the DeepThe Water Horse: Legend of the Deep is a book-screen adaptation from Dick King-Smith (of Babe: The Gallant Pig fame), which dwells on the mystery behind the Loch Ness monster. Helmed by the director of The Chronicles of Narnia and touted to be “the most wondrous film of its genre since E.T“, read how the film fares with us!

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One Response to “Movie Review #6 – The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep”

  1. Charlotte Kastelic Says:

    This was enchanting and magical. I saw on a HD tv screen and I know that added to the pure enjoyment of this film. I was immediately able to really feel as though I was in 1942 Scotland, even though in the midst of war a place of peace and civility. A place where a child lived without worry to him or his family that people might not be decent, and kindness was a good and decent thing to be extended to all one’s contacts. And certainly a lovable little sea creature! So heartwarming.


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