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417. A Wizard's Tale; movie review

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Cert U
93 mins
BBFC advice: Contains very mild threat, comic violence

Ok, if you were on the Northen Line tube from Golders Green to Bank last Saturday, I was the strange old bloke watching the kiddie's cartoon on his Mac.
But surely, that was better than a movie with blood gore or strong sex.
Yep, the public transport dilemma came up again last weekend as I headed off to football in Essex.
I had mused on what I should watch and had to discard a number of films on grounds of their content disturbing a fellow coach, train or tube passenger.
Finally, I alighted upon A Wizard's Tale which centres on a young lad called Terry (Toby Kebbell) who is facing the closure of a fairground opened by his beloved grandmother (Emma Tate).
She had told him what he thought was a bedtime story about her homeland in Groovynham and a wizard who casts a spell to make everyone happy.
However, when he is suddenly whisked there, it turns out that the wizard has turned from the Grin to the Grump and cast a spell of gloom.
Indeed, one of the few people still happy is the Princess Dawn (Lily Collins) but on her coronation day she is challenged by the Grump (Ian McShane) and Terry must help her win the day.
A Wizard's Tale is as light as a feather. The princess has been brought up in a world of make-believe which makes her quite fun against Terry's 'normal' young man.
Meanwhile, The Grump may be villainous but he certainly isn't going to frighten any young children.
The latter is important because that is very much the age group at which Andrés Couturier's movie is aimed.
And why I would have looked so strange watching it on a London tube!

Reasons to watch: Light-hearted tale which will keep younger children happy
Reasons to avoid: Not much in it for adults

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit:  None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 6/10

The big question - Are all princesses so naive?

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