Monday, October 25, 2010

'Legend of the Guardians'

I adore owls, always have, always will.


I highly recommend seeing this movie of hope, dreams, and courage.


Remember to Turn my music Off before watching this trailer.


The author  is....Kathryn Lasky . Her web site is worth seeing, she takes you to her "messy" studio with out apologies. She is so real. I plan to read her new book about wolves....another movie???  I Hope so.

17 comments:

Celestial Charms said...

I saw this movie trailer the last time I was at the movie theatre, over the summer. It looks like such a magical film, one that children and adults can so enjoy. I'm hoping to see it within the next few days. Thanks for reminding me!
Maureen

Terri said...

The CG in this movie is blow you away amazing. The feathers, the water...I could go on and on.
It is true that it is good verses evil. A lot of the movie though is spent developing the evil plot for the good to come in and swoop in. That may be a little scary for the real young kids. But I know my girl friends kids love these books. They are around 12.

Paula said...

Dear Marcie,

I love owls too! Thank you for sharing this wonderful movie with me! We loved it so much and the 3D was just amazing, as was the story! Justin is reading the books and then I am going to read them. Thank you so much for sharing the link to her web site. I look forward to visiting it and seeing her studio. She sounds like a lovely lady!I did not know she was writing a book about wolves. I do hope a movie comes out of it too!
Love you, Paula

Dorthe said...

Hi dear Marcia,-this moovie is just about to be shown, here in the cinema`s in Denmark- I saw a few dayes ago, a trailer on tv-and it looks gorgeus.
Hugs from Dorthe

Betsy said...

I have always loved Owls. This movie looks great and one I will see. Thanks for the website link - which I am going to check out now.
Betsy

Coleen said...

Ofcourse OWL is in knOWLes.......tee-hee......thanks for the reminder dear friend....

Heart Hugs,
Coleen

Pam of Eastlake Victorian said...

I love owls (as you can see by my icon!). That movie looks very cool! We'll be sure to put it on our to-do list!

-Pam

Barbara Jean said...

Thanks Marcie.
I'll keep it in mind if I can ever sit long enough for a movie. =)

hugs and blessings

barb

June said...

This is a must see Marcie. I always wait for things to come out on DVD, but maybe this one I will see in the theater. Someday I will have to tell you about my fear of theaters.LOL!
Thank you for your dear visit. I love it when I see you came by!!!
hugs

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Hi Marcie, I wanted to thank you for stopping by for a visit and for your sweet comments, I loved reading them! Blessings~~~ Daphne

Lana said...

I've wanted to see this movie since I first saw an ad on tv! I'll have to check and see if it's playing anywhere near me.

Donna said...

Ah, thank you for visiting with me again! I had lost track of you and will be adding you to my blog roll posthaste! I soooo want to see that movie! I was going to watch the trailer again (watched it about a month ago), but then one of the hobbit songs came on. So I am letting that play, LOL! We ADORE Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit. You know that we have named our homes "Grey Havens", right? And would you believe that our new home is on a street called "Misty Mountains"!? Ah, the magic of it all!

See how I get to rambling? Sorry to go on and on, LOL. I'm so glad that you like my photos and are cheered by them. I hope to inspire and bring smiles to folks along my life path. I would be delighted if you continued to come back and visit with me!

Rhonda said...

I came over from Corey's blog and absolutely love yours! That Corey is an angel, I tell ya.

I now have to read all prior posts but that's the beauty of finding a new and inspiring blog.

Rhonda

It's me said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog ! nice......you have also a lovely blog .......i will follow you too......have a nice day....love Ria...

Secret Garden Cottage said...

The kids and I saw this movie together and loved it! It was a wonderful story!
Thanks for stopping by my blog and your sweet comment! You have a lovely blog! Nice to meet you!
~ Jo :)

linnea-maria said...

Thanks for sharing this movie tip. I think the owl is my totem. /Therese

Tarnished and Tattered said...

Marcie,
I love the animation style they used for this movie, every little hair on their heads is so lush & vivid. I love owls too & have saved some beautiful illustrations from old readers with the intention of making an art piece. Your post has inspired me to get it done! Lisa