#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The fairies live in a peaceful place in the forest called Fern Gully which has been protected for many years by Magi, a wise fairy with strong powers. Her grand-daughter Crysta is a charming, beautiful fairy that is very intrigued about the world outside of Fern Gully. She along with the other fairies in the forest do not believe humans exist and are only in stories, until a crazy bat by the name of Batty, comes and tells them all these crazy stories about how he was captured by humans and experimented on. At first no one believes him except Crysta and she is determined to find out if humans are real. She goes to a place called Mount Warning, where the evil shadow of destruction Hexxus is known to be trapped, and finds a human named Zak. When he is almost crushed by a tree Crysta accidently shrinks him to fairy-size and he falls on a tree that is about to be devoured by “The Leveller”. “The Leveller” is a wood cutting machine that has been cutting down every tree the humans have been putting red Xs on. Crysta saves Zak from “The Leveller” which she thinks is just a monster but she cannot properly un-shrink him. To avoid her being mad at him Zak tells her that the red Xs keep the monster back instead of what they are really there for, which is to pick which trees to cut down. They decide to take Zak to Magi so she can un-shrink him, on the way Zak sees the forest really for the first time with all its beauty and life. Back toward Mount Warning the humans have accidently released Hexxus who is set on destroying Fern Gully, he uses “The Leveller” to cut down all the trees to Fern Gully. When Crysta, Zak and Batty make it back to Fern Gully the fairies cannot believe the Zak is really a human and they all excited to see him and learn about him. The only one who is truly worried is Magi, she goes to check on the path to Fern Gully and sees that it is beginning destroyed and Hexxus is coming this way. She shows Crysta the red Xs and tells her the trees cannot be saved. With Hexxus drawing closer and closer to Fern Gully, Magi calls for all the fairies to come around to tells them of the danger. She uses the last of her magic to try and protect Fern Gully.
Plot: When a sprite named Crysta shrinks a human boy, Zak, down to her size, he vows to help the magical fairy folk stop a greedy logging company from destroying their home: the pristine rainforest known as FernGully. Zak and his new friends fight to defend FernGully from lumberjacks — and the vengeful spirit they accidentally unleash after chopping down a magic tree.
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Another Good Memory.
I saw this maybe three times at different ages. I liked it alot, and KNEW I reconized Robin Williams. At a young age I alway thought “Dude, that guy Zak has the coolest haircut.” And untill this very moment, I didn’t realise that Hexxus was a demon, or was voiced by Tim Curry.
It’s an interesting movie in a large rainforest inhabited by fairies. They think humans are dead, unti a bat named Batty (Robin Williams)shows up. It’s two main characters, Zak the human surfer boy guy, and a fairy named Krysta, who shrinks him to her size. The movie has a pretty cliche, but well said point I think, and good plot. The music is great too, and the villan is great,Hexxus, and old demon, but perhapes a bit frightening at times. (Villains are always the coolest)
Basicly, the musics good, the characters are good, the voices are good, the bad guy is good (but frightening and the animation is good. I see nothing wrong with this film, and I recommend it to those who like classics.
One of my least favorite experiences is to find a movie I loved in my single-digits, rewatch it in wonder, then wait half an hour (at most) and finally concede that it was a real stinker. I may sentimentalize movies from my youth, but not the ones that really don’t deserve my affection.
This one does.
Crysta, a simple, innocent, and at times flippant fairy, is an imperfect but funny heroine, and as genuine as they come. Batty gives Robin Williams another character perfectly suited to his talent — I watched this movie at a party with highschoolers and he went down great (everyone liked the movie overall, but Batty stole my friends’ hearts). He has the genie sassy-but-kind vibe going, and it’s hard not to think of him as just as much a main character as Crysta (or more). Zach… well, okay, Zach was unforgivably dumb for awhile, but it was gratifying to see him finally get it. Magi Lune’s character was fascinating, a powerful sorceress with just a hint of weakness and sadness (as when she admits of the coming darkness that she “cannot heal it” and “cannot stop it”). She delivers sappy lines and instead of losing the audience emotionally, they resonate deeply. I think this is because the usual sentimentality and condescension you see in kids’ movie whenever there’s a “message” is totally absent — Magi speaks her lines with total respect and love for Crysta. It is a deeply spiritual moment.
The animation is beautiful, visual joy; the script is full of entertaining flourishes, and Crysta’s father is the most humorous roly-poly befuddled dad since the Sultan in Aladdin. I’m a huge Tim Curry fan, and he doesn’t disappoint. But what makes this film stand out for me is how it handles its message.
The entire film is built around it, but it doesn’t seem heavy-handed at all. As a kid, I was inspired by Crysta’s comeback, and the idea of there being “magic” in all of us. As a teenager, it reached me even more: Crysta learns that, despite her youthful curiosity, real understanding and real power can come when she applies herself, and takes responsibility. In the beginning of the film, Crysta takes Magi for granted (and not too seriously), and there is a hint of rowdy teenager in the way she sneaks off to hang with a boy she likes. But she comes to understand that Magi is not infallible, and will not always be there to take care of her. She realizes that she loves Magi even though the woman can’t always make everything alright, and eventually, Crysta learns that she, too, can take care of others. In short, Crysta matures, and it is insightfully handled and beautiful and affecting for me to watch. this, even more than the idea of conservation, is its message: the inspiration to learn that others cannot always help you, and that sometimes other people even *need* you — the rainforest is really just another charge, desperately in need of help.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 16 min (76 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Director Bill Kroyer
Writer Jim Cox (screenplay), Diana Young (original stories)
Actors Tim Curry, Samantha Mathis, Christian Slater, Jonathan Ward
Country Australia, USA
Awards 3 wins & 1 nomination.
Production Company FAI Films
Sound Mix Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (VHS release), 1.66 : 1 (negative ratio), 1.85 : 1 (intended ratio)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm