Voyage of the Unicorn (2001)

Voyage of the Unicorn (2001)





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Based on James C. Christensen's novel Voyage of the Bassett, this two-part TV movie stars Beau Bridges as recently widowed mythology professor Alan Aisling. Subscribing to the theory credendo vides (by believing, one sees), Prof. Aisling finds this philosophy put to the test when his home is invaded by malevolent trolls, determined to prevent him from fulfilling "the prophecy." Managing to escape, Alan and his older daughter, Miranda (Heather McEwen), embark upon a journey from the Sensible World to the Land of Imagination on board the magical ship "The Unicorn." Meanwhile, Alan's younger daughter, Cassie (Chantal Conlin), heads off on an adventure of her own, eventually reconnecting with her family on Faerie Isle -- where it is written that a wise man and two gentle maidens are destined to release the population from the powers of darkness. Voyage of the Unicorn made it American TV debut over the Odyssey cable network beginning March 2, 2001.
Action & Adventure , Kids & Family , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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RHI Entertainment


Beau Bridges
as Alan Aisling
Chantal Conlin
as Cassie Aisling
Heather McEwen
as Miranda Aisling
David Hurtubise
as Mage's Assistant
Colin Heath
as Malachi
Kristian Ayre
as Sebastian
Markus Parilo
as Oberon
Mark Gibbon
as Minotaur
Kira Clavell
as Medusa
Ocean Hellman
as Titania
Sean Carey
as Steve
Russell J. Roberts
as Banebridge
Brad Hodson
as Chris
John Bear Curtis
as Troll Elder
Mark Acheson
as Kalgar
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Critic Reviews for Voyage of the Unicorn

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Audience Reviews for Voyage of the Unicorn

I was pretty much wishing it were more like the 10th Kingdom the entire time! It was pretty cheesy and doesn't really require you to know anything about any mythical creatures, cuz they either tell you or ignore what you know.

Sarah Helwig
Sarah Helwig

i think this movie is a verry intresting about a unicorn that is a whight hourse with a horn on it forhead

lily brown
lily brown

Actually I was pleasantly surprised (especially with Beau Bridges in it). The acting was pretty good and so was the cinematics.

April Smith
April Smith

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