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Filled with magical characters, thrilling action and spectacular visual effects, The Seeker is an epic fantasy adventure the whole family will love! During Christmas break from school, a seemingly typical teenager discovers he's anything but ordinary. As the seventh son of a seventh son, Will Stanton is The Seeker a chosen warrior destined to restore the delicate earthly balance between Light and Dark. Guided by ancient protectors of the Light, young Will must travel through time to gather the hidden signs that hold the ultimate power to protect the world.Developing one's self confidence is difficult for most 14-year-olds, and doubly so for Will Stanton (Alexander Ludwig, The Sandlot 3: Heading Home) who's recently moved to England and has just begun his first year of study as an American overseas. Feeling shy and inadequate in school as well as amongst his five brothers and one sister, Will becomes increasingly confounded when he starts to see strange visions including a sinister horseman (Christopher Eccleston) who demands Will give him some sort of sign which he knows absolutely nothing about. Befriended by four elders of the local community (Ian McShane, Frances Conroy, Jim Piddock, and James Cosmo) who turn out to be "Old Ones" from ages past, Will learns that his destiny is as a seeker who must travel through time to collect six ancient signs that will somehow enable light to triumph over darkness and save the world as he knows it. As Will discovers that he possesses hidden powers and struggles to learn to control them in order to accomplish his quest, he is racked with insecurity and self-doubt. In the end, Will's inner strength will be tested to the extreme as will his relationship with both family and friends.
While based on Susan Cooper's The Dark is Rising, this movie is significantly different from the book: Will's age and family circumstances have been changed, the role of the Old Ones in Will's education about his powers is much diminished, the six signs are less religiously symbolic, and the treatment of the final battle between light and dark is markedly different. Nonetheless, The Seeker is a suspense-filled, action-packed 94-minutes brimming with great special effects comparable to The Bridge to Terabithia and the Lord of the Rings Trilogy that's immensely appealing to viewers ages 10 and older.-Tami Horiuchi
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Production of: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT
Movie Rating : 3.1
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Dismal adaptation of a GREAT book
Sigh. To get it made, Ms. Cooper signed away her rights to halt the massive, poorly concieved changes to this beloved novel. Not only was it 'updated' to appeal to tweens, substantial alterations added up to a movie no one really liked and were sad to see. Shame on Walden media for altering a classic in the name of marketing.
Read the book and act as if this film never existed. You'll feel better.
Dumbing down a classic story
This move did horrible in theatres across the world. There is a good reason for that. As a movie based off a best-selling book, it was an atrocity. The rushed pace of the story and the lack of a backstory, or background on any of the supporting characters really hurt this movie. But the biggest reason for this movie doing badly in the theatres were all the unnecessary changes made from the original book.The changes made to this movie were not needed. It is a prime example of dumbing down a story to try and make it either more modern, or simply more entertaining. For example: Will's family. In the book, his entire family was close, and nobody picked on Will. It was a prime example of a large family helping each other out during the holidays. Why did the movie make his family into rude, all around jerks? The change wasnt needed, I guess the movie felt that people didnt want to see a caring family, and instead thought that it would be more entertaining to see a bunch of morons tease...