When a mysterious 10-year-old boy, Pete, turns up, claiming to live in the woods with a giant green dragon, it’s up to a forest ranger, Grace, and young Natalie to learn where the boy came from, where he belongs, and the truth about this magical dragon.
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This is (as the title of this review says) a fun family film. I wasn't too sure about it at first to be honest but it is well worth a watch. Knowing the original version of the film meant I had some idea about the story... but it is presented in a fresh an updated way for todays audience. If you enjoy feel good films you will most likely appreciate this. Now for the steelbook itself. A very nice looking presentation and overall I am pleased with with it... but it does have one problem (that is beginning to bug me a bit) and that is it has no title on it at all. I can accept no title on the front although having said that I do prefer it if it has one. But having no title on the spine is (for me at least) a tad annoying. When it's on the shelf with all the others all you can see to identify which film it is is a small picture of Pete sitting on the dragons back and the Disney logo at the top. Some might not have a problem with this but how difficult can it be to actually put a couple of words on it? In conclusion then... a nice steelbook but could have been superb with the title on the spine. Then it would have had five stars.
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