‘Terra Willy: Unexplored Planet’ is a fun sci-fi story for everyoneCategory: Movies
Terra Willy is a fun family film focusing on a young boy who finds himself on a strange planet. On the last day of their mission, Willy and his parents are thrust into an asteroid belt and their lives are at risk. Willy takes refuge in an escape pod and is jettisoned away from danger while his parents remain on the battered spaceship. They instruct him to do as he is told and they will eventually find him.
Young Willy and Buck, the robot assigned to assist him, land on a strange planet. There they wait for almost a year for a rescue mission. While waiting, the two explore the planet. It’s filled with colorful and fun creatures, and some very mean rock monsters. Willy makes friends with one special little fellow whom he names Flash.
There are some fun adventures for Willy and Flash and the two become best friends. The animation is beautifully created and little Willy is a character that will be adored by both boys and girls. The music is wonderful and the story is creative and heartfelt. This adventure is a cute sci-fi story for the entire family.
Spoiler alert: Willy does eventually reunite with his parents so do not hesitate showing this to young kids who are frightened about parental deaths. There is, however, a sad moment when Willy must say goodbye to his buddy Flash.
Terra Willy: Unexplored Planet is rated PG for some mild peril. It will be available October27, 2020. If you’re looking for a nice little escape from the stress of COVID19 and the craziness of 2020, take a look at Terra Willy. It will definitely put a smile on your face.
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Francine Brokaw has been covering all aspects of the entertainment industry for over 25 years. She also writes about products and travel. She has been published in national and international newspapers and magazines as well as Internet websites. She has written her own book, Beyond the Red Carpet The World of Entertainment Journalists, from Sourced Media Books, is the entertainment correspondent for Good Day Orange County, and has her own TV show, Beyond the Red Carpet, on Village Television in Orange County. She is a longstanding member of the Los Angeles Press Club and the Television Critics Association.