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Genres: Romance , Adventure , Fantasy
Actors: Tina Martin , Robert Picardo , Annabelle Lanyon , Kiran Shah , Peter O’Farrell , Cork Hubbert , Billy Barty , Alice Playten , David Bennent , Tim Curry , Mia Sara , Tom Cruise , Ian Longmur , Mike Crane , Liz Gilbert
Director: Ridley Scott
Country: United Kingdom, United States
Year: 1985
IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 (30006 votes)

A demon who seeks to create eternal night by destroying the last of the unicorns and marrying a fairy princess is opposed by the forest boy Jack and his elven allies in this magical fantasy. Two different versions of this picture feature soundtracks by either Tangerine Dream or Jerry Goldsmith.

Film Review

One thing I'm coming to realize about director's cuts is that they seldom add much to the original film. It had been over 20 years since I'd seen this film, but one could clearly notice some padding in this new version. Much of it is totally unnecessary, but not bad in any way. Also, they seemed to have done away with the contemporary music from Tangerine Dream. I kind of missed that. I guess the film is still overall a decent effort worthy of a look.The story is hardly complicated. There is an evil creature known as "Darkness" played by Tim Curry. In an attempt to end all light on earth, he enlists some goblins to kill the last two unicorns and deliver the horns to him. He should have hired better goblins, as these oafs basically botch the job and kill only one of the magnificent beasts. Darkness sends them back to kill the other, and in the process, a beautiful princess is taken captive as well. Darkness plans to sacrifice the remaining unicorn and marry the…

LEGEND (1985) *** Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry, David Bennent, Alice Playten, Billy Barty, Cork Hubbert, Peter O'Farerll, Kiran Shah, Robert Picardo, Style over substance par none in this overwrought yet beautifully designed fantasy fairy tale come alive that's either pure magical hokum or the most expensive Summer's Eve commercial. Filmmaker Ridley Scott once again his uncanny knack of incorporating all his filmmaker skills to muster much-ado- about-a-trifle of the basic Good Vs. Evil Grimm-like story about a spritely young hero named Jack (a seemingly miscast Cruise looking uncomfortable altogether) who must save his beloved, Lili (the ethereal Sara) after her unwitting upsetting the balance of Dark and Light by interfering with unicorns – the epitome of all things good and light – and awakening the Darkness Himself (Curry having a field day in the first of his many hammy evil villains). With elves, goblins and other supernatural ephemera the film coasts solely on …

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