I liked so much more than I expected to! Yeah, definitely reccomend this one.
almost 2 years
Superb animations. Wish I could say the same about anything else of it though.
over 3 years
Amazing film! cannot wait to see the live action version *flail*
That's right, I'm a grown-ass man giving a high rating to The Last Unicorn. Deal with it.
Beautifully animated, poorly edited. Unforgettable lyrics. Too many breasts.
over 5 years
Watched this for the first time; I don't have nostalgia/bias for it. It was pretty good.
over 5 years
As a child I watched this movie over and over again, it still holds such amazing memories
over 6 years
I haven't seen this move in almost two decades... But I do have good memories about it.
The Last Unicorn is a 1982 fantasy film produced by Rankin/Bass for ITC Entertainment and animated by Topcraft. The film is based on the novel of the same name written by Peter S. Beagle, who also wrote the film's screenplay. The Last Unicorn is about a unicorn who, upon learning that she is the last unicorn in the world, goes on a quest to find out what has happened to the others of her kind.
The film features the voices of Mia Farrow, Alan Arkin, Tammy Grimes, Angela Lansbury, Jeff Bridges, and Christopher Lee. The musical score and the songs were composed and arranged by Jimmy Webb, and performed by the group America with additional vocals provided by Lucy Mitchell. The film earned $2,250,000 on its opening weekend and grossed $6,455,330 domestically.
In an enchanted forest, a unicorn (voiced by Mia Farrow) learns that she is the last of her kind and decides to embark on a quest to learn what has become of the other unicorns. The Unicorn discovers from the addled dialogue of a...