The Little Unicorn

DVD Release: October 16, 2012
The Little Unicorn


When Polly’s beloved horse, Belle, falls ill and dies, she is devastated. But every cloud has a silver lining and the veterinarian is able to save Belle’s foal…who isn’t a horse at all, but a Unicorn! When the town gets wind of Polly’s enchanting creature, everyone wants a piece of the action. Now Polly must protect her new friend if she wants to preserve the little bit of magic left in the world.

Dove Review

Memorable characters will entertain you in this movie! A girl, Polly, loses her horse and it dies. Polly makes a wish and lightning strikes and a Unicorn foal is born. She raises the Unicorn and a circus ring leader wants to claim the Unicorn as a way of making money and the press wants to take its horn and sell it. It is kidnapped (Unicorn napped?) and Polly and her friend Tobey attempt to find it.

The theme of this movie features friendship and teamwork and is about a young girl making grown-up decisions. We are pleased to award this film our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for twelve plus. Enjoy this fantasy movie today!

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Kissing between a couple.
Language: D-2; H-2; Idiot-1; Stupid-1; Shut-Up-1
Violence: A girl is hit in the head by a soccer ball and she suffers a cut on the knee; man is hit in the head while putting on his coat; boy falls off bike; man is shoved to the ground; a car crash which falls into water but people survive; a man punches and briefly whips Unicorn; a boy throws sand into a worker's eyes to get away.
Drugs: Bar scene; drinking scene including man ordering whiskey; several scenes of man smoking cigar.
Nudity: Cleavage.
Other: A girl is disrespectful to her mother; hypnotism is used on a character; reckless driving; the Unicorn has magical powers; two men steal the Unicorn.


Company: Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
Director: Paul Matthews
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 81 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter