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  Unendliche Geschichte, Die (1984)
The Neverending story is by far the best "Fantasy" film ever made and I doubt that it will ever be topped.
Even today, aged 23, working in the computer industry, I find myself slipping in the Neverending Story soundtrack in my CD player and dreaming away to Fantasia...
It's an example of a timeless story, told with wonderful creatures and dazzling vistas of the land of Fantasia.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0088323   (593 words)

  TheoCenTriC: The Neverending Story
Stories plainly reveal that God works in and through “material” – through “stuff.” Stories help us to see that truth is more than “mind candy” but is meant to be embodied – the incarnation of God in Christ is the supreme demonstration of this.
It truly is a neverending story for it begins with the triune God in eternity and ends with the triune God with his people in eternity.
As the old hymn states, “We’ve a story to tell to the nations!” As the angels sang on Christmas morning, this story is “good news of great joy for all the people.” This is the story that we are to tell and indwell.
www.theocentric.com /theology/method/the_neverending_story.html   (2599 words)

 The NeverEnding Story Movie -The 80s Rewind «
That is all about to change for Bastian has discovered The Neverending Story in a small bookstore, and it is not one of his SAFE stories.
Don't forget that The NeverEnding Story is now available to order on Widescreen DVD using our special 80s search device...
NeverEnding story was filmed in Such diverse locations as Germany, Spain and British Columbia.
www.fast-rewind.com /neverending.htm   (1416 words)

  The Neverending Story (1984)
In the story he becomes enwrapped in the plight of the kingdom of Fantasia, which is being devoured by the vast void of Nothing.
The journey within the story is clearly an allegorical one – through the Swamps of Sadness; the world being swallowed up by The Nothing, which is metaphorically vague enough to represent everything from apathy to the death of the imagination.
There were two terrible sequels, The Neverending Story II: The Second Chapter (1990) and The Neverending Story III (1994).
www.moria.co.nz /fantasy/neverending1.htm   (821 words)

 Amazon.ca: The Neverending Story (Widescreen): DVD: Wolfgang Petersen,Sydney Bromley,Darryl Cooksey,Drum ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Neverending Story would be followed by two lesser sequels lacking the skilled direction of Wolfgang Petersen.
I wouldn't contribute this solely to the Neverending Story, but it's one of the strongest memories I have of those films I watched in my childhood, and I still revisit it at least once every few months because I simply can't quench my craving for it.
Yes, the moral lesson of "The Neverending Story" is the importance of the story itself (and by extension the importance of human imagination).
www.amazon.ca /Neverending-Story-Widescreen-Wolfgang-Petersen/dp/B00005LKHZ   (2271 words)

 AlterNet: The Neverending Story   (Site not responding. Last check: )
However devastating, the tsunami's story line is safe and predictable and unlikely to challenge the current global distribution of wealth or power.
Most reporters and news editors have internalized their sense of what the top-management in their industry considers "newsworthy" and thus they didn't give much attention to the U.N. story and its dramatic and tragic dimensions.
Perhaps the reason that social change seems so unrealistic is because not only these news people but almost everyone else has been taught that others are only motivated by narrow material self-interest.
www.alternet.org /story/20890   (806 words)

 The Neverending Story
Michael Ende's story is, after all, based on the idea that a book can be the gateway to new worlds.
The Neverending Story isn't absolutely true to its source material, but it captures the spirit and overall story of the book's first half.
And it does what the story is supposed to; for a while, it takes you into a different world.
www.rambles.net /never_ending84.html   (373 words)

 Michael Ende - The Neverending Story   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The previously flat characterizations gain a very slight degree of depth (although they are occasionally re-flattened to maintain the storybook simplicity of things) and suddenly the story is about what this picked-upon, low-self-esteem kid from the real world does when he's thrust into a position of great power in the fantasy world.
This leads to a set of uncomfortable chapters wherein the kid develops into a major jerk and you have to cringe at every single thing he does; his growth out of this phase is the real heart of the book.
The most dangerous route of all is to have the story be very original and not follow an obvious path, and to have the characters flatlined for a storybook feel.
www.ummagurau.com /writing/books/ende-theneverendingstory.htm   (383 words)

 Amazon.com: The Neverending Story (Firebird): Books: Michael Ende,Ralph Manheim   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I did get the feeling that some aspects of the story were lost in translation (which is another story altogether), as it has some abrupt swings in tone, the dialogue sometimes seeming clumsy and childish compared to the rest of the book - but that's nitpicking.
This is truly a Neverending Story, most of which springs from the imagination of the unlikely human hero, the aforementioned Master Bux, who steals the titular tome, and flees with it to the safety of his school attic, where he becomes much more than a casual onlooker of the worlds of Fantastica.
The main story however, is the metamorphosis of Bastian Bux from a frightened, insecure child, and the new relationship he was able to forge with his father after his great learning adventure.
www.amazon.com /Neverending-Story-Firebird-Michael-Ende/dp/0140386335   (1665 words)

 The Neverending Story, Pictures, Movie, and Book. Unendliche Geschichte, Die
Let us face the fact that The Neverending Story is based upon a book and to get the whole effect you need to read the book.
This story is about a young boy named Bastian that takes a book from an old bookstore.
All copyrights of the movie are owned by Warner Brothers (A Time Warner Company) This site is just to support their wonderful adaptation of the book "The NeverEnding Story".
www.neverendingstory.com   (1016 words)

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