Ladyhawke (1985) is a fantasy film directed by Richard Donner from a story by Edward Khmara. Two cursed lovers are aided by a reluctant thief known as "The Mouse".
DADDY: What did you think of the movie?
LILLY: It was exciting.
DADDY: I thought so too, it is a classic 80's fantasy movie. Did you like it more than Willow (1988)?
LILLY: No I didn't. Did you?
DADDY: Of course not.
DADDY: Who was your favourite character?
LILLY: I liked Ladyhawke because she was a hawk and a lady.
DADDY: She (Michelle Pfeiffer) was beautiful too.
DADDY: I liked "The Mouse", I thought he was very funny when he spoke to god.
LILLY: He was funny when he spoke to god.
DADDY: What was your favourite moment?
LILLY: When Ladyhawke and Etienne were both human again.
DADDY: It was very romantic.
DADDY: I liked the sword fight in the cathedral.
LILLY: I liked that too because the people didn't know what was going on.
DADDY: Would you recommend this to your friends?
LILLY: Yes because it wasn't scary, mostly.
DADDY: I think it is a fun film. Did you know it was made by the same person who directed The Goonies (1985)?
DADDY: We should review that film.
LILLY: Yes and we have it too!
LILLY: I'm giving this five stars.
DADDY: I'm giving it four and a half.