An Enchanted Ruby

DVD Release: November 30, 2017
An Enchanted Ruby
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Synopsis

Ruby discovers her own magic as she discovers her long lost mother was abducted by evil forces from beyond. Ruby sets out to use all of her own magical powers to get her mother back home.

Dove Review

Even though she may be a witch, Ruby’s (Seanna Pereira) magic really lies in her ability to believe in herself and others. This is the biggest takeaway from An Enchanted Ruby, a magical family film to gather around and enjoy. The idea of magic leans less on the mystical side, and instead focuses on how having faith in your friends and family is life’s ultimate trick.

The film will be a lot of fun for younger viewers, as it juggles the fantastical elements of Ruby learning how to use her magic wisely and a secondary storyline about Ruby and her friends forming a band together to win the town competition. An Enchanted Ruby has a good-hearted way of showing that magic is not all spells and sorcery. Magic comes out of love and compassion, particularly from Ruby’s supportive father (Ed Stoppard) and her friends. There are a lot of wonderful lessons to learn from this film!

Dove is proud to award An Enchanted Ruby with approval for All Ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: Strong themes of believing in yourself and others
Sex: None
Language: "Oh my God" ; "Numnuts"; frequent taunting and name-calling by bullies
Violence: An object falls on a boy's arm and breaks it, although there is nothing at all graphic; some mild fantasy action
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Elements of magic and sorcery; bullying

Info

Company: Royce Entertainment
Writer: Luke Garrett
Director: Evgeny Ruman
Producer: Larry Meistrich
Genre: Children
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Rory P