Strange Magic

A love potion works its devious charms on fairies, elves and the swamp-dwelling Bog King as they all try to possess the potion for themselves.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Bog King (voice): Alan Cumming
  • Marianne (voice): Evan Rachel Wood
  • Sunny (voice): Elijah Kelley
  • Dawn (voice): Meredith Anne Bull
  • Roland (voice): Sam Palladio
  • Sugar Plum Fairy (voice): Kristin Chenoweth
  • Griselda (voice): Maya Rudolph
  • Fairy King (voice): Alfred Molina
  • Stuff (voice): Bob Einstein
  • Thang (voice): Peter Stormare
  • Fairy Cronies (voice): Robbie Daymond
  • Pare (voice): Llou Johnson
  • Brutus (voice): Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Imp (voice): Brenda Chapman
  • Plum Elf (voice): Tony Cox
  • Beakboy (voice): Sterling Sheehy
  • Angry Gus (voice): Gary Rydstrom
  • (uncredited): Nicole Vigil

Film Crew:

  • Story: George Lucas
  • Director: Gary Rydstrom
  • Casting: David Rubin
  • Sound Designer: E.J. Holowicki
  • Co-Producer: Sarah McArthur
  • Editor: Chris Plummer
  • Co-Producer: Kevin Munroe
  • Art Direction: Simon Murton
  • Producer: Jacqui Lopez
  • Casting: Richard Hicks
  • Screenplay: David Berenbaum
  • Producer: Irene Mecchi
  • Executive Producer: Jason McGatlin
  • Music Director: Marius de Vries
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Nigel Sumner
  • Animation: Jason Heapy
  • Producer: Mark S. Miller
  • Animation: Ben Lock
  • Thanks: Rob Coleman
  • Lighting Technician: Justin Hammond
  • Production Manager: Julie Peng
  • Software Engineer: Yan Zou
  • Music Supervisor: Steven Gizicki
  • Executive Producer: Kiri Hart
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Tony Plett
  • Art Direction: Karl Lindberg
  • Art Direction: Erik Tiemens
  • Animation Supervisor: Kim Ooi
  • CG Supervisor: Xavier Bernasconi
  • CG Supervisor: Kibum Kim
  • Casting: Lindsay Halper
  • Animation: Thanawat Khantrum

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: I don’t mind me a musical, but I feel like the biggest issue with _Strange Magic_ is the way they went with it musically. Not only was I just personally not a big fan of the singing voices on literally all but one of the characters, but I just think the continuous run of on-the-nose pop songs from beginning to end basically flat out ruined what seemed to be a promising movie.

    _Final rating:★★ – Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._

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