I believe here they saved the best till last, the finale is beautifully fitting and ends the franchise on a high note. This fifth and final movie culminates the long running story with every major cast member there for the final battle to save the world from the power hungry necromancer. Some people call it some kind of B-grade kickstarter movie, but in my opinion it's a captivating and charming series, B or C or whatever. The first two sequels, Mythica: The Darkspore and Mythica: The Necromancer, were released in 2015. All the characters came together in an epic finale that left everything explained and brought closure to every hero's journey. This doesn't mean Godslayer is a perfect film, but it was the perfect ending for the series.
The characters are never annoying and they are relatively likeable, but the main character is the only properly developed or interesting one. Little does he realize he is about to be sucked into an age-old feud between rivaling vineyards and a historical mystery that might shatter the whole oenological industry. There is a little more maturity in the writing, the film goes at a lively pace, there is a real sense of charm and wonder and it starts really well. Young Woman as Bailee Johnson. I didn't like the ending at first, it reminded me of another film with a similar ending, but I had another think about it and I realised that it was much smarter than I had first thought. Considering this is a five movie Kickstarter series, it is nothing less than amazing.
It is difficult to believe the same director who turned Mythica 4 into a comedy made Mythica 5 the incredible film that it is. It didn't need the comic relief bits, the sideline stories were kept to a minimum and the actors and probably the whole production team have reached their maturity and made a decent film throughout. It had to have lasted at least 15 minutes. This is the fifth and final film in the series, and by far the most serious and interesting. There is a hero that has to choose the fate of the world and resist temptation from a magical yet evil artifact, while her friends must lend their support and strength to keep said hero on the right path. Bottom line: it is a fantasy story very reminiscent of Lord of the Rings. While not the very best of film making, it was entertaining and refreshing and I am glad to have seen it all.
But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved. The story, although it starts really well, can feel simplistic and too thin at times, not doing an awful lot new with a not too original premise. The movie begins with someone wanting to rule the world--isn't that always the case. I felt it lost its way though when they were trying to retrieve the Hammer of Tek. I have never been so bored in my entire life. I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, but only after I read another review was I finally enlightened that this is actually Part 5 in a series.
Overview Mythica: A Quest for Heroes is a 2014 Arrowstorm Entertainment fantasy film written and directed by Anne K. When a massive sandstorm breaks through the dome and destroys Mars New York, those in Mars Los Angeles must figure out how to stop the storm before it wipes them out next. With a fully grown character, this could have worked wonders, not only at the end, but throughout the series. The fact is, this movie simply cannot stand on its own for entertainment. Pursued by giant machines, Sienna loses everything she cares about in an effort to save the last vestiges of humanity in an A.
The fighting and action sequences kept getting better from the original, as did the special effects. The movie labored on much like someone doing the 100-meter mosey , and I swear after the first half hour, I was already curled into a fetal position. But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved. Not great by all means and could have been better, but it is definitely the best of the follow-ups and quite possibly the best of the series. But he soon clashes with Yeo-wol, a female captain of pirates, and unexpected adventure unfolds. And the characters continued to develop all the way into the last movie.
The first film, 'Mythica: A Quest for Heroes', was not a bad movie but with some major debits and not an awful lot special about it. The visuals are once again very good. His role in each movie increased in general and not only was his acting fine, but his time on the screen was integral to the story. As the Lich King's zombie legions ravage the world, Marek, a cursed young sorceress, embarks on a quest to obtain a weapon from the gods, with her friend Dagen, a self-serving half-elf rogue. Melanie Stone is good in the lead role, and the character is engaging and well-rounded. Didn't care for the mediocre 'Mythica: The Necromancer', and while an improvement 'Mythica: The Iron Crown' was average with me having mixed feelings on it. Had I watched the other four parts, maybe I could have kept up.
Held captive at an enchanted lake, she befriends Jean-Bob the frog, Speed the turtle and Puffin the bird. The film was actually quite scary at times. . Scourge, a hyper-weaponized robot army, Sienna decides to leave the Earth and journey to the centre of the galaxy, seeking a mythical weapon that can neutralize any form of A. To me the fifth and final chapter of Mythica was the best. Black and starring Kevin Sorbo and Melanie Stone.
When the cities start to fall under the control of the A. As the Lich King's zombie legions ravage the world, a cursed young sorceress Marek embarks on a quest to obtain a weapon from the gods, with her friend Dagen, a self-serving half-elf rogue. It was watchable if on the mediocre side if anything. The villain especially is very underdeveloped, didn't learn much, felt little if any sense of threat and motivations are not always clear. As it was, I just felt lost. But when she joins her sworn enemy in a desperate attempt to save the world, she must recover the good in herself before her friends are all dead, and defeat the Lich King before the gods are destroyed and the world forever enslaved. After that, it was over for me.