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Halloweentown Review

Many people know that on Halloween night, the veil becomes thin allowing spirits to cross over and join the world of the living. Except what if the veil was more than a barrier for the spirits? What if it was also a barrier to the realm of monsters? In Disney’s Halloweentown the idea of a world full of monsters becomes a reality.

Halloweentown

At the age of thirteen, a witch loses their powers until they start their magic. Marnie is at this age yet is clueless about her powers and her family’s magical bloodline. When her grandmother Aggie leaves Marine and her siblings Dyan and Sophie follow Aggie into a world where the monsters are real.

Halloweentown 1998 Trailer Youtube

Magical Abilities

Maggie Cornwall is the grandmother of the Piper children and is known as the cool grandmother due to tricked out costumes on Halloween. She cares about her family and wishes to keep family traditions alive by teaching the children about their powers. She is creative and aloof yet has a kind heart.

Halloweentown
Halloweentown

Marnie Piper is a teenager who discovers that she’s also a witch. She is resourceful and uses her wits to overcome obstacles. She cares about her family and will protect them at all costs.

Halloweentown
Halloweentown

Kalabar is the mayor of Halloweentown and a friend of Aggie. He is Luke’s mentor and a warlock. He is cunning using people’s wishes and dreams aganist them. Making people question their decisions and if they are doing the right thing.

Halloweentown
Halloweentown

Dyan Piper is the middle child and believes in science claiming that magic isn’t real. He tries to stick to the rules and tries talking his sister out of her crazy ideas.

Halloweentown
Halloweentown

Sophie Piper is the youngest sibling and shows her magic powers at an early age. She is fascinated by magic and curious about the monster world. She is stubborn and can tell if a person is good or evil.

Halloweentown
Halloweentown

Is it Real

I enjoyed the film and it’s approach on what occurs on Halloween. The film plays tribute to ideas that were created during the first Halloween. I would give this film a six out of ten rating. I was expecting the monsters to be more realistic and instead of being goofy costumes. The movie’s story about family sticking together was a good message and there was an interesting range of characters.

Halloweentown
Halloweentown

The movie questions how people would react if the monsters from legends were real. That monsters wish to live normal lives despite their unique appearances. Showing that they would rather be left alone then scaring humans in our realm.

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Luna

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