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The Lost Medallion
The elusive Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos) of Hawaii Five-O series finally meets his match at the hands of a determined band of foster kids in this family entertainment.
The Lost Medallion family movie is a triumph of intuitive captivating storytelling and a case for the celebration of all young people including those in foster care.
Succinctly, The Lost Medallion follows the adventures of Billy Stone (Billy Unger - American Treasure, You Again) and Allie (Sammi Hanratti - American Girl), two 13-year-old friends who unearth a long-lost medallion with mystical powers to transport its possessor back in time.
But with evil warlord, Cobra, (Mark Dacascos -Hawaii Five-0) who rules the island and its people in hot pursuit to retrieve the medallion for his own repressive ambition, Billy and Allie must work together with a young arrogant king (Jansen Panettiere - The Perfect Game), his best friend, and the wise old man (James Hong - Kung Fu Panda,Blade Runner) to ensure the safety of the precious gem.
Written, directed and produced by bestselling author and owner of MeThinx Entertainment, Bill Muir (The Crossing, Invisible Enemies), The Lost Medallion is based on the screenplay adaptation of his fictional novels. It comes across like an allegorical swashbuckling "Treasure Island" meets "Spy kids" fusion.
The seasoned storyteller further shared more about the inspiration, legacy and aspirations behind this movie in a recent interview with him.
According to Bill, "The Lost Medallion was designed for the entertainment of young people (even orphans as well) and entire families alike to highlight the importance of some sterling virtues such as teamwork, humility, family, self-worth and a sense of purpose. None of which eliminates the fun in having a sense of identity and unfeigned friendship or that affirmation of their significance and recognition of the true treasures of the heart."
In lieu of the frenetic obsession for ruinous and vain lifestyles, as well as the addictive recalcitrant video games which only breeds juvenile delinquent behaviors prevalent in today's world.
As foster parents -Bill and his wife- themselves, their involvement in working with Campus Life has helped educate and deeply etched in him how broken, unloved, and torn the kids felt every day. And this aided even the adoption of their own daughter.
Hence incorporating the recurring themes along orphanages and foster care was the central in the production of The Lost Medallion and key to its creator's legacy in order to encourage all young people see reason to discover their self-worth.
Certainly, The Lost Medallion movie is one family entertainment screening at the theaters (out on 1st March) that'd leave all inquisitive or adventure-loving kids longing for a sequel.