In addition to App of the week, every Thursday Apple chooses a Movie of the week, whose purchase is for $ 3. The title selected this time was the animation Justin and the Sword of Courage.
Check out his trailer:
Here's what Apple says about the movie:
Justin and the Sword of Courage shows a shy and awkward boy who decides to go against his father's orders and seeks to fulfill his dream of becoming a knight. Inspired by the achievements of his grandfather, the noblest knight the kingdom has ever known, the boy runs away from home and seeks great masters to begin his training. Co-produced by Antonio Banderas, this animation with beautiful graphics takes place in the Middle Ages, however, it presents characters for the public of the 21st century: brave girls who know how to fight, sensitive and delicate and strong villains who do not always do well.
As usual, our reader Renato Alan Promenzio (@tripalavra), who is a cardholder, also sent us a personalized comment about the film:
I like to believe that the first animation made 100% on computers was Cassiopia, this Brazilian film. Okay, Americans can complain and say no, just as they say the first plane was not Tupiniquim either. Jokes part, I drew this parallel because the Movie of the week Spanish and that certainly kept him from better distribution / dissemination. I say this not in a critical tone, but because we are all used to the big stadiums and their overproductions, but there is a lot of good out there and Justin and the Sword of Courage is one of them. Its succinct script, its light driving and ends up serving well the kind of battle between good and evil. I recommend it to the child, who liked, for example, How to Train Your Dragon.
Note on the iTunes Store: N / A
Justin and the Sword of Courage
in Aliwood Mediterrneo Producciones
Rating: freeGender: to and adventureRelease: 2013Duration: 1h36Size: 3.75 GB (HD) or 1.59 GB (SD)
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