The Neverending Story

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Wolfgang Petersen (In the Line of Fire) made his first English-language film with this 1984 fantasy about a boy (Barret Oliver) visualizing the stories of a book he’s reading. The imagined tale involves another boy, a warrior (Noah Hathaway), and his efforts to save the empire of Fantasia from a nemesis called the Nothing. Whether or not the scenario sticks in the memory, what does linger are the unique effects, which are not quite like anything else. Plenty … More >>

The Neverending Story

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5 Comments
  1. The story line and characters are average for the genre of the movie. But what really ruined it was the “dragon”. It has to be the worst rendition ever concieved of a dragon, it was a dog stretched out.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. How dare they call this the Neverending Story! I mean it ended right. Isn’t that called false advertising. I am very dissapointed, I was expecting to have a continous on going story. The title mislead me from the start. Ok so they marde part 2 but where are the rest of the parts. If it truly is the Neverending story then there should be an infinite number of parts, coming out at regular intervals. I give this 1 star since they won’t let me give a 0, for false advertising and for misleading the public.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Cheesy script, poor acting and [bad] special effects make this movie a total [flop.] I walked out of the theater when it was released.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. What a shoddy piece of garbage. Is that kid hanging out in the attic of his school playing with matches? I don’t get it. A big ol’ crybaby, screaming at his book. (Was he caught drawing unicorns in his math book? My god.)
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. When I first heard of this movie I knew I had to go out and buy it. I wondered all the way home from the store, “How did they fit an infinitely long movie on one dvd.” When I got home and actually watched the movie, I was shocked. It took nowhere near an infinite amount of time to watch it. If they call it never ending, it really shouldn’t ever end. I just heard they have a sequel out, so I’m going out to buy it tomorrow. Maybe they realized their mistake on the second one. I’ll know soon enough.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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