The Lost Medallion: The AdventStoneures of Billy (2013)





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This faith-based, family, action/adventure film will thrill children and tweens, six through fourteen, their parents and grandparents. When Daniel Anderson visits a foster home to drop off some donations he is quickly roped into telling the kids a story. The story he tells is about Billy Stone and Allie, two teen-age-friends, who uncover a long- lost-medallion and then accidentally wish themselves back in time. Will the experience give them a new understanding of who they are and what their lives really mean? Daniel finishes his story to the foster children with the Truth about their tremendous value to God, who loves them and created them. The story not only changes the children, but is bound to change all who see the movie.
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Alex Kendrick
as Daniel
James Hong
as Faleaka
Billy Unger
as Billy Stone
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Critic Reviews for The Lost Medallion: The AdventStoneures of Billy

All Critics (3)

Formulaic adventure film for kids is fun, but a little scary.

Full Review… | July 8, 2014
Common Sense Media

An okay movie for the younger kids but anyone over thirteen will find it amateurish at best.

Full Review… | March 6, 2013

Should have stayed lost.

Full Review… | March 1, 2013
Film Journal International

Audience Reviews for The Lost Medallion: The AdventStoneures of Billy

Are you here to tell us a story? A man swings by a foster home to drop off some donations and discovers the weekly storyteller called out sick. He notices a lot of children that feel sorry for themselves and decides to fill in this week for the storyteller. He tells the tale of three children that resemble kids at the orphanage and takes them on an adventure with a lost medallion that will hopefully turn some kid's lives around. "I'm an idiot." "That's the first correct thing you've said all day." Bill Muir delivers The Medallion: the Adventures of Billy Stone in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is just okay and not as action packed as other films in this genre. The story within the story was below average as well. The acting was okay and the cast includes Billy Unger, Sammi Hanratty, James Hong, Alex Kendrick, Jansen Panettiere, and William Corkery. "Do you think God ever makes people by accident?" I found this on Netflix and decided to give it a shot as a fun family film. This was a bit disappointing. I did like the overall story, but the main film was a bit bland. Overall, this is worth a viewing once with the family, but only if there isn't something better available. "Some of us learn faster than others." Grade: C-

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

I kept waiting for Mark Dacascos to give us his Iron Chef persona (which would have been 100 times more enjoyable) alas after wasting an hour and a half and this poorly acted and extremely dull flick I was left to only hope that he sticks with Iron Chef. The Lost Medallion is an assault on the senses with it poor wardrobe choices, writing, and direction. Nothing about this film is worth seeing,

Jonathan Porras
Jonathan Porras

This is actually a pretty well done kids movie, but I would have to say it's directed especially for children.

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