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When Daniel Anderson visits a foster home, he doesn't expect to get roped into telling the kids a story. But once he begins the tale, his audience is captivated---and you will be, too! Two 13-year-old friends find a mysterious medallion and wish themselves back in time. Will courage and selflessness save the day? Widescreen. Dove approved (12+). Rated PG. Closed-captioned. Approx. 98 minutes.
- Family Activity Guide
- Special Message from Alex Kendrick
- Making of The Lost Medallion Documentary
- English Subtitles
|Publication Date: 2013|
"The Lost Medallion is a wholesome movie that will take you back to a more innocent time but will keep you on the edge of your seat. My kids loved it and have watched it again and again. You'll be blessed by The Lost Medallion and I'm guessing that you will still be talking about it with friends and family for a long time after you leave the theater." - Alex Kendrick, Co-Producer & Co-Director of Facing the Giants, Fireproof & Courageous
"As much as I've been encouraged by the growth of the Christian film "industry" over the last several years, it's been obvious that most films have been dramas targeting adults and occasionally teens. I've been silently hoping for an action adventure geared toward tweens. With "The Lost Medallion," I get my wish, while potentially thousands of young people get their very own "Indiana Jones"-ish big screen motion picture to boot. What's more, not only will they be entertained, they'll get a few strong spiritual nuggets to ponder as well." - Bob Waliszewski, Director, Plugged In: Focus on the Family
angel5 Stars Out Of 5lost medallonMay 26, 2017angelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5love it
Pastor Ron & JoAnn2 Stars Out Of 5Not really spiritual...March 6, 2017Pastor Ron & JoAnnQuality: 2Value: 5Meets Expectations: 1My wife and I love Christian movies, as they have blessed us and our family for years. We bought "The Lost Medallion" with high hopes. We are normally very gracious and charitable in reviews of Christian products, however, this movie was more disappointing than inspiring for us.
I know other reviewers have positive reviews - which is wonderful for them. For us, even with Alex Kendrick, it was just a family fantasy movie, with a few spiritual statements added - that could disappear and the story would stand. In other words, the spiritual aspects are lost in the fantasy story about magic, time travel, and a "hero kids are stronger and smarter than adults" story.
On the positive side, it is a higher quality production, nice special effects, and visually attractive. If you want a fun, clean fantasy/magic family movie, you may like this. Our low rating is strictly from a spiritual point of view - it is simply disappointing on that level. In our opinion, it is NOT a spiritual movie.
We could not and would not recommend this movie to families in our congregation.
RH4 Stars Out Of 5MotherJanuary 25, 2017RHQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 3I bought the movies for my children and they love it! They ask to watch it often. The movie has a very powerful message! One to be enjoyed by the whole family.
Nicole Weaver5 Stars Out Of 5Great Movie for all!April 21, 2016Nicole WeaverQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is an excellent adventure movie for children (and adults). My son absolutely loved it and my husband and I enjoyed it as well. There is nothing inappropriate for children in this movie. Also, the message portrayed is a positive one.
grammy5 Stars Out Of 5Time travel with a message. How cool is that!October 27, 2015grammyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I loved the Lost Medeallion and intend to share it with my grandchildren. Along with the time travel theme was the willingness of the story teller to put aside his personal agenda to reach out to children in need. Well don!