The Last Leprechaun

DVD Release: October 16, 2012
The Last Leprechaun
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Synopsis

Ethel and Tommy are spending the summer in Ireland with their father’s new fiancée, a dreadful woman named Laura (Veronica Hamel) and her spooky butler, Simpson (David Warner). The kids are worried that their vacation is doomed—until they meet Finn McCool, the last of the leprechauns. Together they discover that Laura is actually an evil spirit with a hidden agenda and they are soon wrapped up in an adventure that will require a little bit of smarts and a whole lot of luck!

Dove Review

This movie shows that a family’s love can destroy evil! This fantasy-filled movie makes a point with its symbolism, and that is that there is evil in the world which must be fought and stood up to. The heroes are the kids in the movie and Finn McCool, the last of the leprechauns, guides them in Ireland which leads to an adventure they never planned on.

There are some frightening scenes for younger children and one strong utterance of language so we are recommending this movie for ages twelve plus. We are pleased to award the film our Dove Seal. Join the wee people (leprechauns and kids) and enjoy this adventure in the comfort of your home!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: D-1; A father calls his son "idiot" a few times; Shut-up-1
Violence: A character uses lightning like powers to shock a man; a woman slaps a man; kid tackles a man; explosions.
Drugs: Champagne.
Nudity: Cleavage.
Other: Magic and sorcery in a fantasy film including the uttering of a spell; a character has a demon-like voice which might frighten young children; a character is an evil spirit but characters fight against her; a woman is possessed by a banshee and her personality changes; a leprechaun steals food; a character eats a cockroach.

Info

Company: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Director: David Lister
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 93 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter