animated movie FernGully: The Last Rainforest © FAI Films
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FernGully: The Last Rainforest

Ignoring the warnings of her friends, Crysta the curious tree fairy, explores the world beyond FernGully. She discovers Zak, a real live human, who currently has a job helping to demolish the rainforest. Once Zak sees the beauty and magic of FernGully, he vows to save it but it may already be too late. Unbeknownst to fairy folk, the humans have accidently released the diabolical Hexxus, spirit of destruction, who is intent on destroying all of FernGully.

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Here is another childhood favorite of mine, and still I love it now I am 24 years old. I love it's important message of protecting the rainforest and...
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This is another I watched as a kid and then never saw again until just recently. It is again a "what did I ever find charming about this?" type...
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I don't want to be too hard on Ferngully, because its message is one I really take to heart. But I can't avoid giving this movie a bad critique if...
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This is a fine film. Worth checking out. It deals with some ecology themes, as well as the inevitable love story, and good vs evil. The animation is excellent for...
Created by: FAI Films
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Samantha Mathis ... Crysta
Jonathan Ward ... Zak
Robin Williams ... Batty Koda
Christian Slater ... Pips
Tim Curry ... Hexxus
Grace Zabriskie ... Magi Lune
Cheech Marin ... Stump
Danny Mann ... Ash
Brian Cummings ... Ock
Tone Loc ... Goanna
Directed by: Bill Kroyer
Produced by: Wayne Young and Peter Faiman
Musical Score by: Alan Silvestri and Thomas Dolby
Writing Credits: Jim Cox and Diana Young

animated movie FernGully: The Last Rainforest © FAI FilmsOriginally an Australian project, FernGully was lost to American producers when the $20M budget could not be raised locally.

When FernGully came out, we were in the midst of a mini-environmental revolution--biodegradable diapers, fancy reusable bags at the grocery store, the banishment of styrofoam from McDonald's, etc. etc. In the grand scheme of things it was barely a blip on the social-awareness radar, but what it did do for FernGully was provide it with many people who wanted to get in on its environmental act--particularly in the music department. This film is packed with a variety of environmentally-conscious tunes from Sheena Easton, Raffi, Tone-Loc, Elton John and others.

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