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FERNGULLY: THE LAST RAINFOREST (HDNET)

What to know: When a young fairy accidentally shrinks a distracted construction worker down to her size, the worker helps save the fairy's forest from the demolition that lies ahead.
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Recommended age 6-12
76 minutes
DVD
HDNET MOVIES LLC
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Fern Gully is an animated family film that was one of my favorites growing up. I think that this movie is still very enjoyable for me even now that I'm older. It tells the story of the last rain forest called Fern Gully that is inhabited by fairies. An evil creature called Hexes begins to destroy the forest and the fairies must team up with all of the beings in the forest to defeat Hexes and keep their home safe. I think Fern Gully has some very good messages about protecting the environment. When I was younger, around 5 or 6, I remember being frightened by some of the more intense situations in this film involving the deforestation. My favorite character is definitely Batty, voiced by the comic genius Robin Williams. Batty is a crazy bat that has a wild variety of personalities and Robin Williams does a phenomenal job portraying this character. My favorite scene is when you meet Batty for the first time because you get a taste of his hilarious qualities. I give Fern Gully 4 out of 5 stars because it is a wonderful family film no matter what the age groups might be. Raven Devanney, age 14, KIDS FIRST! Film Critic.
Heightens concern about environmental issues. Music and animation are delightful. Promotes compassion for living things. Forest creatures are respectful of one another. Lumberjacks are stereotyped as careless.
When a young fairy accidentally shrinks a distracted construction worker down to her size, the worker helps save the fairy's forest from the demolition that lies ahead.
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