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Mythica: A Quest for Heroes

Mythica: A Quest for Heroes
Stuck in a life of indentured servitude, Marek dreams of becoming a wizard. When she meets a beautiful priestess, Teela, in need of help, Marek escapes her master and puts together a team of adventurers - including Thane the warrior and Dagen the half-elf thief – and embarks on an epic quest to free Teela’s sister from orcs and ogres. After raiding the orc camp, the group learns that Teela’s sister has been taken into the mountains by a giant ogre. Escaping hellhounds and dragons on their dangerous journey, the team find themselves hopelessly outmatched by the man-eating ogre, and must unite all their talents to free the prisoners and escape with their own lives.

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Wuchak
RELEASED IN 2014 and directed by Anne K. Black, "Mythica: A Quest for Heroes" is a fantasy/adventure about a limping servant with blossoming magical powers named Merek (Melanie Stone), who rounds up a noble warrior, Thane (Adam Johnson), and a miscreant lothario, Dagen (Jake Stormoen), to help the priestess, Teela (Nicola Posener), find her sister (Natalie Devine Riskas), who was taken captive by a brutal ogre. Kevin Sorbo has a glorified cameo. The story takes place in a Medieval-like world where magic, ogres, elves, trolls and other fantasy creatures are real. If you can imagine a film like “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” (2001) or "Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God" (2005), but made on a mere budget of $94,294 you'd have a good idea of what to expect with "Mythica: A Quest for Heroes." Personally, I like it better than those movies for several reasons and the production quality is surprisingly at least as good as the latter film (which cost a whopping $15,000,000 by comparison). For one, it has a quality cast with two phenomenal female protagonists: Posener is just jaw-dropping sharp and Stone is a winsomely petite cutie. The Utah locations are diverse and magnificent and the varied score is phenomenal with kinetic percussion-oriented pieces. Perhaps best of all, the story is quick-paced and compelling with worthy characters. THE MOVIE RUNS 1 hour 32 minutes. WRITERS: Anne K. Black, Jason Faller and Kynan Griffin. GRADE: B+/A-

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