DVD - 2004
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Avatar, the eccentric old sorcerer who rules the rainbow paradise of Montagar, must use magic to save the world from his brother, Blackwolf of Scortch, who has sent his minions forth to destroy and conquer.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, 2004, c1977
Edition: Widescreen format
Call Number: DVD F WIZA
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jul 25, 2017

A very strange (but not in a good way) animated sci-fi fantasy movie from Ralph Bakshi, the director of the infamous X-rated cartoon "Fritz the Cat." After causing something of a scandal (The real scandal may be why we needed an X-rated cartoon.) with "Fritz," Bakshi's films veered towards fantasy and included the ambitious, but unsuccessful "Lord of the Rings" and the pretty dumb swords and sorcery movie "Fire and Ice." I'm not sure who "Wizards" is for, aside from the midnight movie/pot smoking crowd. While animated, it's not really for kids and most adults will find it silly and incoherent. The visuals are occasionally interesting, but the mishmash of styles is not. I won't even bother with the plot, but there are two warring wizards (One good and one bad!). Typical of his work, the main female character is highly sexualized (Hey nipples.) and underdressed. I imagine this would be better with some sort of substance in your system. Oh, Mark Hamill is one of the voices. Released in 1977.


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Tiberius12 Dec 21, 2014

"They've killed Fritz!"


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