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Strange Magic

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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Gary Rydstrom
Produced by
  • Sarah McArthur
  • Mark S. Miller
  • Kevin Munroe
Screenplay by
  • David Berenbaum
  • Irene Mecchi
  • Gary Rydstrom
Story by George Lucas
Starring
  • Alan Cumming
  • Evan Rachel Wood
  • Kristin Chenoweth
  • Maya Rudolph
  • Alfred Molina
Music by Marius de Vries
Edited by Chris Plummer
Production
company
  • Touchstone Pictures
  • Lucasfilm Ltd.
  • Lucasfilm Animation
  • Industrial Light & Magic
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios
Motion Pictures
Release dates
  • January 23, 2015 (2015-01-23)
Running time
99 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $12.5 million

 

Strange Magic 2015

Strange Magic is a 2015 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy-comedy film directed by Gary Rydstrom, produced by Lucasfilm, with feature animation by Lucasfilm Animation Singapore and Industrial Light & Magic.[1] The film’s screenplay was written by Rydstrom, David Berenbaum, and Irene Mecchi, from a story by George Lucas inspired by William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The film stars Alan Cumming, Evan Rachel Wood, Kristin Chenoweth, Maya Rudolph, and Alfred Molina. The score that Marius de Vries composed includes popular songs and standards, such as “Love Is Strange”.[2] Lucas had been working on developing the project for 15 years before production began.[3] Touchstone Pictures released Strange Magic on January 23, 2015[1] and became a critical and commercial failure. The film’s opening weekend box office debut of $5.5 million is one of the worst ever for a film opening at 3,000+ theaters.

Strange Magic 2015

Strange Magic

MOVIE REVIEW

Quick: How many phrases can you think of that start with love? Lots, right?Love is in the air … love is a many-splendored thing … love is patient, love is kind … love is a horrific pit of misery and should be banished forever …

Well, maybe that last one isn’t exactly a household phrase in your neighborhood. But it certainly is around the Fairy Kingdom and its gloomy neighbor, the Dark Forest. There, love has seen better days.

I mean, just the name Dark Forest sorta suggests it’s not a particularly love-infested place. So maybe it’s no great surprise that the hideous Bog King has taken steps to banish all love in his kingdom—including imprisoning the Sugar Plum Fairy—who is the region’s only maker of love potions.

The Fairy Kingdom seems like a more comfortable locale for love. And for most of the residents of this sunny, colorful land, maybe it is, love potions or no. But Marianne, crown princess to the kingdom’s throne, had her little fairy-heart crushed by a handsome suitor not so long ago, and she’s in no rush to find another.

“You’ll be a stronger ruler with a king at your side,” Marianne’s father suggests.

“I’m stronger alone,” Marianne insists.

Roland, Marianne’s one-time beau, ruined everything by his recent rendezvous with that other pretty young winged thing. But he’s not so sure he wants to give Marianne up quite yet. He sure loves thrones and crowns and armies and such, and she’s the key to getting all that. The solution? A love potion, of course. Sprinkle a bit of love dust in Marianne’s eyes and, as long as Roland’s the first person she sees when she opens them again, she’ll fall head-over-heels for good ol’ tall, blond and deceptive. Roland’ll get the kingdom and the girl, too.

But as I mentioned, love potions are problematic these days. Primrose petals are the prime ingredient, and those only grow in the shadows between the bright Fairy Kingdom and the Dark Forest. And if some guy’s able to find a primrose petal (no easy task considering the Bog King has the plants cut down all the time), he’ll still have to brave the Forest and find the Sugar Plum Fairy.

It’s not like Roland can do all that by himself. He’s too, um, big. Yeah, that’s it. Big and conspicuous. So he talks a lowly elf named Sunny into the job. See, Sunny’s smitten by Marianne’s sister, Dawn, and could use a little magic mojo himself.

It’s not like it’s wrong to magically force someone to fall in love with you … is it?

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