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13th August 2010

Summary:

Nicolas Cage stars as a master sorcerer searching for his new apprentice in Disney's thrilling new fantasy adventure.

Everything Dave Stutler (Jay Barcuhel) thought he knew about the world is changed forever when a stranger approaches him on the New York subway. Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage) is a powerful magician who needs Dave's help. His arch-nemesis, the suave and sophisticated Maxim Horvath (Alfred Molina), is planning to enslave the human race using ancient, dark magic. To save the world, Balthazar must give Dave a crash course in the ways of sorcery. But has his reluctant pupil got what it takes to realise his hidden potential? Loosely based on the much-loved sequence in Disney's 1940 animated masterpiece, 'Fantasia', 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice' also stars Toby Kebbell as a celebrity illusionist who becomes embroiled in Horvath's nefarious schemes so that he can receive actual magical abilities, while Monica Bellucci is spellbinding as Balthazar's long-lost love.

Review:

The plot of this movie looked like this could be an awful movie, but turns out this is a must see summer film. The trailer makes this movie seem very childish but adults can enjoy this movie as well. The trailer doesn't even show the true plot of the true plot of the film without giving anything away. It is more than Jay and Nicholas practicing spells like it shows in the trailer. This movie is very exciting and entertaining I would recommend this instead of an intense movie (inception) because this a family film the whole family can enjoy. This movie will surprise you even may make you tear up a little bit. You children will not be frighten by the dragon but rather entertained and amused by them. This is my surprise movie of the year.