I had to write about this because this is my sisters favorite childhood movie. I had a love of Rainbow Bright, I had to have the movie and I had to have all of my toys back when I became an adult. Sad but true!
My sister had to find a copy of this movie on DVD (and I saw that she has it in her collection) and now that it’s on Blu-ray I bet she’s going to do everything she can to get her hands on a copy of it. That’s right, my sister pictured on the left with my daughter two years ago loves The Last Unicorn.
So I dedicate this video to her:
The Last Unicorn originally came out in 1982 which means she wasn’t even born when it first came out. So I’m really not sure when she fell in love with it, but there is something magical to us girls about unicorns, Mia Farrow and Angela Lansburry. Lionsgate Home Entertainment digitally remastered The Last Unicorn in 1080P high definition widescreen featuring the voice talents of Jeff Bridges (TRON: Legacy), Mia Farrow (The Purple Rose of Cairo), Angela Lansbury (Nanny McPhee) and Rene Auberjonois (The Little Mermaid). You may wonder what the movie is about, I bet I have readers that are too young to remember this movie at all. Oiy!
So you get the idea there is the last unicorn right, well this unicorn seeks out others like herself through a mystical land of talking cats and magicians. I her search for other unicorns, she encounters adventure and dangers that she never imagined possible. Throughout her journey she learns of friendship, love and something about herself which is a lesson we all need sometimes. I’m sure the musical composition along with the animation is part of what captured my sister’s imagination as a child. Hey, I have Rainbow bright so I can’t begrudge her The Last Unicorn right?