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Submitted by Garethvk 1155d ago | trailer

Willow 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Trailer

Willow is coming to Blu-ray for the first time and Skewed and Reviewed have posted a trailer for the pending March 2013 release. (Blu-ray, Willow)

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Lord_Sloth  +   1154d ago
Kinda wish they'd follow up on this by going through the books after the baby grows up.
alycakes  +   1152d ago
I loved this movie too. It would have been nice to continue with the story.
Garethvk  +   1151d ago
I just have a hard time with the fact that it is 25 years already. I remember Siskel and Ebert talking about it as if it was yesterday. They hated the reaction shots of the baby and how so much of it was a retelling of Star Wars. The bickering sidekicks, the dashing hero, etc. I think they forgot that many of those elements are common to fantasy themes.

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