The Lost Medallion: The AdventStoneures of Billy
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The Lost Medallion: The AdventStoneures of Billy
This faith-based, family, action/adventure film will thrill children and tweens, six through fourteen, their parents and grandparents. When Daniel Anderson visits a foster home to drop off some donations he is quickly roped into telling the kids a story. The story he tells is about Billy Stone and Allie, two teen-age-friends, who uncover a long- lost-medallion and then accidentally wish themselves back in time. Will the experience give them a new understanding of who they are and what their lives really mean? Daniel finishes his story to the foster children with the Truth about their… More

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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Formulaic adventure film for kids is fun, but a little scary."
‑ Grace Montgomery, Common Sense Media
"An okay movie for the younger kids but anyone over thirteen will find it amateurish at best."
‑ Jackie K. Cooper,
"Should have stayed lost."
‑ Frank Lovece, Film Journal International
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