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The League of Legend Keepers: Shadows

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Poorly constructed story, inferior production, silly scares.

Movie NR 2019 72 minutes
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age 8+

Based on 1 parent review

age 8+

Good Family Film

If was a good film, but not for younger audiences. Children under 7 wouldn't hold interest and it be a little scary. It is void of any profanity and good clean content. Because they do face a demonic entity and there is controlling of people, based of personal beliefs, theis movie may not the suitable for your younger children.

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Other than a capable performance by Isabella Blake-Thomas, there's nothing to like about this film, which suffers from a ludicrous story, cheesy special effects, wooden acting, and bad direction. Low-budget doesn't necessarily mean low quality; unskilled filmmakers can make a bad movie no matter how much they spend. In the case of The League of Legend Keepers: Shadows, it isn't the budget that makes it almost unwatchable. Story elements introduced (i.e., a teacher who is the victim of a curse) never pay off. The thought of a stellar archeologist giving an important speech at a high school Halloween party is as nonsensical as the final climactic jeopardy, and all badly executed. It seems that the filmmakers are threatening to make a series of movies with the characters they've introduced, who do, indeed, join together to make a "League" of some sort.

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