🎦 Voyage of the Unicorn full movie HD download (Philip Spink) - Adventure, Fantasy. 🎬
Voyage of the Unicorn
USA, Canada
Adventure, Fantasy
IMDB rating:
Philip Spink
Beau Bridges as Alan Aisling
Colin Heath as Malachi
Chantal Conlin as Cassie Aisling
Markus Parilo as Oberon
Ocean Hellman as Titania
Heather McEwen as Miranda Aisling
Kimberly Hawthorne as Sphinx (as Kimberly Hawthorne)
Kira Clavell as Medusa
John DeSantis as Cratch
Wanda Cannon as Lily Aisling
Adrien Dorval as Mog (as P. Adrien Dorval)
Mackenzie Gray as Skotos
Mark Gibbon as Minotaur
Storyline: A professor, grieving for his dead wife, and his two daughters unwillingly journey to a parallel universe of fairy court, marauding trolls, and a prophecy that they will save this nether world. They board the Unicorn, a magic ship manned by elves. In the search for a dragon who will help them fulfill the prophecy, they encounter the Minotaur, Medusa, the Sphinx, an ogre, and a unicorn whose tears they need to reverse one of Medusa's misguided stares. The trolls also seek the dragon. Capture and slavery awaits failure, while faith precedes the miracle. The spirit of their mother is close to the girls, who must find courage and imagination, while Dad must keep his wits.
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Another great Hallmark fantasy adventure.
Voyage of the Unicorn is a mini-series which premiered on Odyssey Channel 3/2/01 & 3/3/01. It involved a lot of the same producing staff as another great mini-series 10th Kingdom. The plot development is fast but easy to understand. The scenery is beautiful. The general plot is a mythology professor (Beau Bridges) and his 2 daughters get whisked away into a fantasyland where they discover they must save the fairyland from the dreaded and terribly evil trolls. They have a great adventure and meet loads of interesting characters on the way to saving the fairyland. The film is a great story for all ages. If you liked 10th Kingdom, you'll like this story too
Come join the adventure!!
I recently saw this when it premiered on Odyssey for two nights, and I have also been anxious to see it when I heard about it back in April of 2000.

Voyage of the Unicorn is originally based on the novel "Voyage of the Basset" by James C. Christensen and tells the story of Professor Alan Aisling (Beau Bridges) and his two daughters Cassie (Chantal Conlin) and Miranda (Heather McEwen), trying to overcome the death of their mother. They soon embark a mystical journey on the majestic ship called the Unicorn, assisted by two dwarfs (pardon me, one is an elf named Sebastian, played by extremely cute Kristian Ayre - I am a huge fan of his!!) with one named Malachi. They encounter different creatures such as the Minotaur and Medusa, and all trying to save the King and Queen of the Faeries from the evil troll Skotos.

This is a delight to watch full of adventure, fantasy, romance, and lots of family enjoyment. I really liked it and it will certainly bring a new meaning out the saying "Seeing is believing." And Sebastian is adorable too... as he always is.
Show your children this film if you want to CLOSE their minds.
Some good eye candies are ruined in this movie by the most outrageous comments I've heard in a children's movie. "When it comes to magic, don't ask too many questions" came out of one child's mouth. The writer's obviously no fan of William Drummond ("He that will not reason is a bigot; he that cannot reason is a fool; he that dares not reason is a slave"). Or how about some Socrates ("There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance").

"Faith precedes miracles" is another gem from the child. But when faith doesn't work, it's fate, or God's will, or a test, or, uh, mysterious ways.

The film also sets up from the start a false dichotomy about reality and magic. That, of course, implies a god of the gaps, and in any case, as Friedrich Nietzsche pointed out, "a casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything."

The funniest thing, though, is that the dad let slip that "snakes are common in mythology." Then the child devalues the library.

Then the dad attempts magic and the daughter an Indian dance. The story ends with the girl saying, "By believing one sees." That's all the evidence anyone has of faith: they must first delude themselves.
Wow. Hard To "Credendo Vides", That This Was Prior To The 'Narnia' Films By Disney
not only was this imaginative television movie ahead of Disney's 'Narnia' films by a few years, it's also a lot about how a low budget encourages creativity and can lead to inspired visual solutions. so much of the interesting, 'OZ'/Sid & Marty Kroft retro look was due to obvious budget limitations. good. i thought the visuals were lots of fun. i get a little tired of all the CGI realism in the Disney 'Narnia' films.

this also seemed to have a good underlying, Christian message for Christians, much like the C.S. Lewis stories. especially evident in the quote and musical theme, "Faith Proceeds the Miracle".

this was a good wholesome action fantasy for families. it features some charming and quaint visual effects that should also amuse most cinema fans.

i would also highly recommend this film to Christian audiences because of it's wholesome content and overtly Christian metaphors.
Not bad for a religious (spiritual) film
I don't like films that are overly preachy. A lot of religious films tend to preach to the point of being redundant. Thankfully this is not one. Voyage of the Unicorn had me caught up in the adventure, so much, that I did not realize it was trying to convey a message about having faith. It was there from the beginning but not to the point of knocking my head with it.

The Aisling family has to escape trolls by traveling to another universe. The lose of the Aisling matriarch is still very upsetting to them. This adventure serves as an awakening to a new start. The family grows stronger through having faith.

This could be a completely misguided assessment. It just seems like this is what was done. This movie isn't perfect, with several odd moments, but it will suffice for a presumably low budget fantasy film. As a bonus the music score and selections are nice fit for this film.
My favorite movie
The people in this move did a very good job. I especially liked Sebastian and Miranda. Kristian Ayre and Heather McEwen did very good acting jobs. The plot to the story was very good also. I think the only problem with it is if you look carefully at the last part of the battle when the last shot is fired. Either there's a big problem, or there's a sequel planned.
My belief in things concerning the other-worldly: confirmed
I watched this movie at a pretty difficult point in my life but after the first 15 minutes all of my troubles seemed distant. Most fantasy films on television are far to risqué for my particular tastes and I usually have to send my children out if I am to succumb to my urge to watch them. I invited all but a few of my children into the room to watch this with me. The four of us were whisked away into a land of "what-if" possibilities. This is a child-friendly film--and even has some children in it--with great things to say about our human nature. There is a wide variety of amazing effects which repeatedly surprised me time and time again. There are faeries--and though some might think that I am too old to enjoy the notion of faeries I enjoy them an awful lot nevertheless. The I am glad to see that the schools are finally coming around to teach old-fashioned values of "believing in yourself" and "imagination," and not just relying on the newer-found values of "science" and "budgeting." If we keep this up, then eventually anything will be possible. Even, maybe, the IMpossible.
The Best Film Ever
this is one of my favorite films ever because the story is so amazing. the acting is really good and its just wonderful! i was so blown away by the set and the props. it really was like a whole other world came to life. I was really glad that this film wasn't like the other films where the characters go to another world. It wasn't like narnia at all. i find that lots of films that deal with traveling to another dimension and all fairly similar. this film was very different! it also wasn't like lord of the rings either. lots of fantasy stories follow the same ideas and principals. This one was different and really good. I love the way the actors worked together. They had a lot of chemistry. that is really important to any play, movie, skit, ext. that was really cool to see on screen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's a great fairytale, tht makes u feel u're 4-6 years old:))
I realy like this film. Not that it's just a wondurf-made fairytale, but it's retelling about human feelings and emotions. Who can safe the world?? What make u happy? These are the questions this film is searching answers for. And actually it did, found them:)))) Of course we are the only persons who can help the world and ourselves by remembering what it is to be a child. And of remembering how could we dream even with eyes wide open:)))))))
Brilliant show!!
I just saw this again on cable and was blown away by it. Amazing fantasy show - my only question was - where was this show when it was originally broadcast? This was a beautiful movie. The shots and settings looked like another world. I loved the trolls and the dragons and the magic ship. It's hard to find good fantasy shows without someone getting killed all the time. I watched this with my whole family. I loved the two girls and how for once girls were the heroes, of course their dad played by Beau Bridges did a great job too. I just wish I could rent this somewhere instead of taping it or having to buy it on Amazon or wherever.
📹 Voyage of the Unicorn full movie HD download 2001 - Beau Bridges, Colin Heath, Chantal Conlin, Markus Parilo, Ocean Hellman, Heather McEwen, Kimberly Hawthorne, Kira Clavell, C. Ernst Harth, John DeSantis, Wanda Cannon, Adrien Dorval, Mackenzie Gray, Mark Gibbon, Kristian Ayre - USA, Canada. 📀