#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Bastian’s dream to get a sibling becomes true when his father re-marries, but soon he has trouble with his new stepsister Nicole and with a gang of school bullies, the Nasties. Hiding in the school library, Bastian finds his favorite book of THE NEVERENDING STORY, where it is later found by Slip, the gang leader. The latter recognizes the power of the book and begins to form Fantasia after his bad intentions. When the chaos becomes worse the Child-like Empress requests Bastian to move back to the real world, get the book back and save Fantasia. Accidentally some Fantasia characters travel with him to reality, but get lost in different places. Meanwhile Slip and the other Nasties spread anarchy. Finally, Bastian gets support from Nicole, who begins to believe in the power of Fantasia.
Plot: A young boy must restore order when a group of bullies steal the magical book that acts as a portal between Earth and the imaginary world of Fantasia.
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Simply Put? Bad.
Sadly, the running joke of Engywook and Urgl having to go to the bathroom, but being unable to do so, is one of the entertaining things about this film. But it does get tiresome. And the baby rock-biter is cute, if incredibly stupid. But if you have ever seen the first movie, or read the book, you will most likely not care for this movie at all. The plot is poor, Falcore looks extremely cartoonish as do the Rockbiters, and the Nasties…well, they just aren’t that scary. Give me Gmork any day, please!
This is a tolerable children’s movie ONLY if you have no other knowledge of The Neverending Story.
We must not give into the Nasty!
OK, a few years ago I found at Target a package with all three Neverending Story films, also really cheap, so I picked them up. The first film is one of my childhood favorites and still holds up to this day. I’m not alone in this either, I didn’t realize what kind of a following the film had and that others watched it as children too. I watched the second one when I got the package and thought it was alright, I also thought the title was pretty funny. Wouldn’t it be hilarious if some person got a lawyer for “false advertising” because of the title of the Neverending Story? Anyways, the second one is just an alright film, a little below average but not terrible. Now, something about the third on gave me chills when I grabbed it, I think I should have listened to my instincts. I don’t even know where to start with the badness. Now everything that was charming about the first film, throw it out! Everything that was trying to continue the story in the second film, throw it out! This is what was puked up from the two films and it’s terrifying.
Bastian Balthazar has begun a new chapter in his life. His father has re-married, and now Bastian has a new step mother, Jane, whose daughter Nicole is displeased at having a new family. Bastian has also started high school, where he has become victim to the Nasties, a quintet of bullies led by Slip. He manages to get them expelled by the janitor after they trap him in the boiler room. He flees to the library where he is surprised to find Mr. Koreander and The Neverending Story. The Nasties locate him, but he uses the book to escape to Fantasia. Bastian arrives in Fantasia, where he is reunited with old friends. However, the Nasties find the Neverending Story and use their cruelty to bombard the land with fireballs and a storm and now plan to steal the amulet to grant their own nasty wishes.
See, normally I like bad films, however this was just bad. For God’s sake, Valcor was this beautiful majestic wise dragon who spoke so wonderfully and made you feel special, this Valcor looks like a thrown out in the dumpster Chuck-E-Cheese costume. Not to mention the voice is completely different and sounds like some kind of ridicules Gilligan mook. Then the rock monster, who in the first film was the saddest figure, a giant who lost his friends to the Nothing and felt sorrow and spoke so beautiful now has a family, his wife talks like Arnold Schwartzenegger, he’s now 1/5 his size and his kid wants to go on a motorcycle ride with him while he sings “Born to be Wild”. The villain is no longer an entity; it’s a group of bullies called The Nasties being led by Jack Black (LOL).
There is nothing redeeming about this film. The acting is terrible and the only decent enough performance is Jack Black who you can understand why he was successful because as much of a bad story as this is, he looked like he was having fun. The costumes are just terrible and don’t resemble the first film by a long shot. In short, the story is just horrendous and the magic is taken away in this film. Please take my advice, stick to the first film, it’s a wonderful fantasy film that is filled with beauty and wonder. The second film isn’t bad either, it’s worth checking out in some ways. Take the advice of the movie: We must not give into the Nasty!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min), 1 hr 35 min (95 min) (Germany), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (UK), 1 hr 35 min (95 min) (USA)
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director Peter MacDonald
Writer Jeff Lieberman (screenplay), Karin Howard (story), Michael Ende (characters)
Actors Jason James Richter, Melody Kay, Jack Black, Carole Finn
Country Germany, USA
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Miramax
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length 2,651 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm