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Top 23 Unicorn Movies You Must See !

Top 23 Unicorn Movies You Must See !

It’s a well-established fact that unicorns are much-loved creatures. They create magical and amazing stories, and bring sparkle and mystery wherever they go. So it’s not surprising that there are so many unicorn films – or at least films in which unicorns play a major role ! I think that if I were making a film, I would want to include some of these fabulous, sparkling equids to bring a thrill of the unknown to it. Slipping through dark woods and shining in the dark, these creatures are very dramatic and look amazing on screen.

There are unicorn movies for all ages – no surprise, more for children than adults, but there is magic for everyone to share. Cartoons, computer animation, live action; you name it and there will be unicorns in it !

After a top 20 on unicorn cakes, Think-Unicorn presents you the top 23 unicorn movies !

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Unicorn Films For Children +1 years old

1) Princess Lillifee and the Little Unicorn (2011)

Princess Lillifee And The Little Unicorn 2011

To begin with, we will opt for a film that is resolutely aimed at younger viewers. Princess Lillifee And The Little Unicorn (English version of Amazon Prime) is a charming animated film, made in Germany, which will be released in 2011. It’s a sequel (in the tradition of Princess Lillifee), but as with most children’s films, you don’t have to see the first one to enjoy the second one.

I love the bright colours and the warm, friendly faces. In this film, Princess Lillifee sees a magical unicorn in her dreams – Rosalie, who has come to ask for her help in caring for her baby, Lucy. Princess Lillifee wakes up to discover that Lucy is on her bed, and she suddenly has to take care of a brand new baby unicorn.

The movie is full of fun and friendly characters to delight a small audience, and it looks lively too. There are no English clips to watch on Youtube, but this animated scene Princess Lillifee and the Little Unicorn – Robert Brown gives an idea of how cute and cheerful this movie is, and the animated characters that populate it. It’s definitely fun and would be perfect to set the little kids up in front, playing out a wish that almost every little girl has had at some point – to own and care for a baby unicorn!

  • Film: Lillifee and the Little Unicorn
  • Year of release: 2011
  • Language: German
  • The Actors: Maresa Sedlmeier, Carin Tietze, Sabine Bohlmann

2) Unicorn Jazz (2019)

Unicorn Jazz 2019

Another option for the little ones, this Unicorn Jazz video is a short, rather than a movie, of only thirteen minutes, but gives life to the book of the same name, and has received very good reviews! I like the artistic style and the original drawings, and it could be a good option if your children like the book, or if you want to get them involved!

It proves that shyness can be overcome, and that everyone is special: great lessons for little ones to learn early in life! It would be perfect for little kids who don’t have the attention span of feature films yet, but who like a little music and singing, and maybe a little dancing. You can hear one of the songs from this book on the Unicorn Children’s Book – Jazz Official Friendship Song website.

  • Film: Unicorn Jazz
  • Year of release: 2019
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Lisa Caprelli, Davey Villalobos, Tiffany Mars.

3) How to Catch a Unicorn (2019)

How To Catch A Unicorn 2019

If this proves that a success or the idea of a book turned into an animation seduces you, there is also How To Catch A Unicorn. All I need is the cover of this one to sell it to me – I love the deep purple background, the rainbow colours and the pretty stars – not to mention the cute behind of the runaway equine boyfriend!

It’s a nice new release in March 2019, and unfortunately hasn’t got any reviews yet, but if you’re a fan of the book, it might be a safe bet. Only 8 minutes long, it seems expensive, but could be worth it; you can also find a read aloud version: How to Catch a Unicorn : Children’s books read aloud. Great rhymes and great pictures, I think most little viewers will like it!

  • Film: How to Catch a Unicorn
  • Year of release: 2019
  • Language: English
  • Actors: Tyler Jackson- Price.

4) Wonderful Animals - Save the Unicorn (2006)

Wonderful Animals Save The Unicorn 2006

For something a little longer but still short at 22 minutes, you might try Wonder Pets – Save The Unicorn. I love the weird mix of real animals and cute animations, and I think the kids would love it because it involves cute baby animals, singing and even smaller baby animals! Everybody knows that music is something that children connect with from a very young age, and it gets very good reviews. It ended up in the “younger” section because it is suitable even from a young age, but a look at the reviews shows that it will continue to delight children for years to come! Even the adults seem to enjoy the show.

The length is still a good aspect of this short film, as it allows your children to enjoy some screen time without exaggerating, and it’s also a good way to get their attention. With a magical unicorn in danger, it sounds like a great episode of Wonder Pets to me, and the DVD includes many more episodes to entertain the kids for hours if they want more than these magical equines. Released in 2007, this DVD still seems to hold up and delight the audience today, more than 10 years later!

  • Film: Wonder Pets – Save The Unicorn
  • Year of release: 2006
  • Language: English
  • The Actors: Teala Dunn, Danicia Lee, Sofie Zamchick

Unicorn Children's Films 6+

1) A Unicorn Adventure (2017)

A Unicorn Adventure 2017

The next episode, aimed at an older audience, is A Unicorn Adventure. This film was released in 2017, and it’s definitely going for high-end animation, at least for a children’s film. The style is cute and relatively realistic, and will not fail to impress its viewers, especially with the pink mane and tail of this unicorn!

In the film, two brothers and sisters have lost their father, an archaeologist who was looking for a magical unicorn. He has disappeared, and it is up to them to find him. So they embark on a quest that will put them in contact with these fabulous mythical equids and other even more amazing creatures!

It’s always great for kids to have role models in the movies they see, and the characters Melody and Mo seem to offer great options that are easy to understand. The fun robot character is also likely to appeal to this age group. The villain also looks convincing, without being too scary for children to enjoy watching.

With lots of bright colors and strange and wonderful creatures to see, lots of adventure, wobbly bridges, flights and other fun times to engage them, I think this would be a big favorite for many children. I certainly would have watched it more than once when I was a kid! You can watch Shonku Newspapers: A Unicorn Adventure – Trailer and decide for yourself if it’s engaging and exciting enough to captivate your children, but I know I would have loved to watch it if it wasn’t for this cute unicorn!

  • Movie: The Shonku Diaries – A Unicorn Adventure , see the IMDB trailer.
  • Year of release: 2017, Turkey
  • Language: English
  • The Actors: John Snyder

2) The last unicorn (1982)

The Last Unicorn 1982

I couldn’t make this list without including The Last Unicorn, which was a movie I watched a lot when I was a kid and really liked. It is one of the most unusual unicorn stories, because it is mainly told from the point of view of the unicorn, who – hearing that she is the last of her kind – embarks on a quest to find out where others are, even if she risks her own safety in doing so. Beautifully told with the voice of the unicorn, and filled with unusual and fascinating characters, this film was a great favorite in our home.

It doesn’t follow a particularly standard script and has to deal with more than one villain. The colours in this film are more muted than in unicorn films, but they definitely plunge into the mystical and dark theme that will appeal to an older audience, and the red bull seems all the more frightening for its subtle and dark environment.

The style of animation is quite unusual and as a child I found it a bit strange, but as an adult I really appreciate the beauty and the unique form. There is also beautiful music, and even though it dates back to 1982, it still holds its own with the audience today, as Amazon reviews show! I loved the transformations it has undergone, and the beautiful messages about friendship, happiness, greed and contentment. You really feel that things have changed at the end of the film, and there is a sense of sadness for what has been lost, but joy for what has been gained.

I think it can be considered too scary for young children, and I would advise parents to watch it themselves before showing it to their children, as some of the bad guys are definitely on the scary side, but it makes it more suitable and engaging for older audiences – and even as an adult, I can really enjoy this film; I plan to watch it again soon after writing this review! You can hear one of the songs here, America: The Last Unicorn, and it might give you an idea of how beautiful and fresh this film is at times!

  • Movie: The Last Unicorn, see the IMDB score.
  • Year of release: 1982
  • Language: English
  • The Actors: Jeff Bridges, Mia Farrow, Angela Lansbury

3) Little Unicorn (2002)

Little Unicorn 2002

Little Unicorn also looks like a nice film for this age group, although some critics have obviously shown it to younger children as well. I love the use of a real horse to represent the unicorn, because I think it gives you something really magical, which is difficult to do with animation. The story seems convincing, starting with the tragedy of a favourite horse dying giving birth, which turns into a miracle of a baby unicorn so that the main character, Polly, can love and care for it.

The film has some rather mixed reviews, and it seems that the antagonists may have been disappointed; they are motivated only by greed, without deeper motives or complexities. With Polly absent, they try to steal the unicorn to bring their circus back to life. This kind of story would probably appeal to the target age group, and the unicorn seems really magical, especially for a film that was released in 2002. In the trailer, The Little Unicorn (2002), you can get an idea of the special effects used and the characters involved, and decide whether it would be a movie that would please you and your family.

  • Film: The Little Unicorn, see the IMDB soundtrack
  • Year of release: 2002
  • Language: English
  • The cast: Brittney Bomann, Byron Taylor, Emma Samms.

4) Nico La Licorne (1998)

Nico La Licorne 1998

With rather better reviews, Nico La Licorne, also sounds like a wonderful and enchanting tale. It is based on a book, and follows the story of a young boy trying to cope with a handicap that separates him from his peers. It’s refreshing to see a man play the lead role in a unicorn film, and it’s also nice to see that disabilities are defended and explored in children’s films; awareness of these things can really help to increase understanding and communication on both sides.

Again, the animation in this film is superb, especially for the time, and the story seems more compelling than in the previous film, with the main character Billy trying to overcome bullying, the pressure to keep his unicorn a secret, and the difficulties of his injury. He shows kindness and gentleness by rescuing a tired old horse from the slaughterhouse, only to be rewarded with an amazing new friend when it turns out the mare is pregnant. With a healthy and happy ending, the film is suitable for the whole family, and has lovely music to accompany its enjoyment, as you can hear from Nico La Licorne (1998).

  • Film: Nico La Licorne, see the IMDB score.
  • Year of release: 1998, USA
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Kevin Zegers, Neige, Pierre Chagon.

5) The Journey of the Unicorn (2001)

The Journey Of The Unicorn 2001

If you’re looking for something a little longer for your whole family to enjoy together, Voyage Of The Unicorn might be a good bet. It’s a mini-series released in 2001, about a grieving family who just lost their mother. I like the fact that the father is also involved in this series, acknowledging the shared family grief but also the different responsibilities that their roles entail. They travel to a fairytale world they must save, aboard a ship called the Unicorn, and they also meet a unicorn whose tears they need to progress on their journey.

This series seems to tick all the boxes of adventure and fantasy, with swords, ships, unicorns, dragons, and many other mythical creatures. It again has a very nice soundtrack to trigger the action and adventure, and reasonable magic effects considering its release date. I think kids in particular will be delighted with some of the outfits and transformations that are happening, and you can see some of them in this video The Voyage Of The Unicorn-Fairytales.

I like the idea of a series that deals with shared family grief, and reminds people to appreciate each other while they can. Doing this in a whimsical magic word softens and strengthens the message, and it sounds like a great movie for a family to enjoy together, with the magic of unicorns to help along the way. Unicorns are often associated with guiding through difficult times, so the name of the boat and the encounter with the unicorn are particularly appropriate for the emotional journey of the family, and I like the symbolism here.

  • Film: Voyage of the Unicorn , see the IMDB soundtrack.
  • Year of release: 2001, Canada
  • Language: English
  • The cast: Beau Bridges, Chantal Conlin, Heather McEwen.

Unicorn Teen Movies

1) A trip to Unicorn Island (2016)

A Trip To Unicorn Island 2016

First on our list is Trip To Unicorn Island, which instantly meets the need for rainbows just with its cover! It’s a very modern movie, with a Youtube sensation called Lilly Singh. She intends to spread a message of happiness, like a real unicorn! If you’ve seen The Last Unicorn, mentioned above, you’ll understand how important this association is; anyway, Lilly brings hope and joy to her fans, and proves herself on her way.

What’s especially amazing about this movie is that it follows the journey of a real Youtube star, and you can tell that her fans love it! It’s wonderful that people can share his journey and story like that, and I love that it’s a celebration of success and positivity, things we really need in this world! From the comments, it sounds like it would be a safe bet for just about everyone.

Critics suggest that the film is suitable even for young children, but I think it would be particularly appealing to a teenage audience who are totally engaged with Youtube, and who may already know Lilly Singh from there. It sounds like a great movie, and you can watch the trailer at A Trip To Unicorn Island – Official Trailer – Youtube Original Movie. With a powerful female model with over 10 million fans and a message of kindness, what more could you ask for in a movie! It’s easy to see how powerful and meaningful unicorns are considered, even among an older audience.

  • Film: A Trip To Unicorn Island, see the IMDB soundtrack.
  • Year of release: 2016, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Actors: Lilly Singh, Humble the Poet, John Bass.

2) Killer Unicorn (2018)

Killer Unicorn 2018

It’s well established that many teenagers love horror movies, so Killer Unicorn could be a total hit with them – but be warned, many critics suggest that a PG-13 rating is not appropriate, and that should be rated higher. It’s a definite horror option, with that seriously scary unicorn mask, and lots of blood and gore. It’s an LGBTQ+ film, which is great to see, as unicorns are often associated with this community, although perhaps not usually in the sense of horror!

Unicorns may not be related to darkness, but this juxtaposition can make the story even more scary and twisted, and there are actually stories of dark unicorns, or unicorn-like creatures that hide in the shadows of forests and swamps, and hunt humans as prey. These are certainly immensely powerful creatures, so combining them with malicious intent is a great coup, although the main antagonist is a masked man, rather than a real unicorn.

I would say it’s certainly a movie for parents to watch before letting teenagers see it, as the themes may not be considered appropriate, especially for young teenagers, but it offers an interesting twist on a horror movie, an LGBTQ+ performance and lots of gore, so it’s sure to appeal to some audiences! From the Killer Unicorn #1 trailer, it’s not hard to see that there’s a good dose of humor mixed in, so it looks like a lot of fun for the right audience!

  • Movie : Killer Unicorn , see the IMDB score.
  • Year of release: 2018, USA
  • Language: English
  • The actors: Dennis Budelsheim, Alejandro La Rosa, Markus Kelle.

3) The City of Unicorns (2012)

The City Of Unicorns 2012

Players might really enjoy Unicorn City, a film about a man named Voss who creates a utopia for local gamers to find a new job. It sounds very fun and very weird and is perfect for today’s teenagers, especially those who like role-playing and live action games! D&D, swords, quests, cosplay, and lots of humor, this seems like a great choice for a difficult teenager.

There also seems to be some romance and good twists, with a very nice main character who has a very nice problem – he needs a job. You can watch the trailer at Unicorn City – Official Trailer, and it looks quirky, light-hearted and very fun for any teenager or maybe even an adult audience! I like the symbolism of using unicorns to represent utopia, especially since unicorns are often associated with valuable start-ups and great business ideas, which is essentially what the main character is working on. It’s fun in every way, perfect for a relaxing movie night, and cleverly titled! It’s going to be on my list of movies to watch for sure.

  • Movie: Unicorn city, see the IMDB score.
  • Year of release: 2012, USA
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Jon Gries, Matt Mattson, Clint Vanderlinden.

4) Unicorn store (2017)

4 Unicorn Store 2017

For a wonderful wellness movie, Unicorn Store, released in 2017, is a fantastic choice. The main character struggles to find a place for his artistic talent in a very commercial world. With social pressure mounting and her feeling of failure increasing, she decides to put her dreams aside and move into the “real world” – but she finds herself lost and unhappy as a result. She needs something magical to happen – and that’s when unicorns and dreams return to her world.

This film deals beautifully with the transition to adulthood, encouraging people to keep their dreams intact and believe in them. It’s a ferocious reminder that no one has understood everything and that it’s normal for things to go wrong. I love the way unicorns provide guidance in the confusing world Kit is trying to deal with – a symbolism I think so many unicorn lovers will identify with. For anyone who wants to breathe a little colour and magic, and dream again, here is a wonderful choice of film. It didn’t get a brilliant score in its reviews, but I think it’s fantastic and I would definitely give it a chance.

  • Movie: Unicorn Store, see the IMDB score
  • Year of Release: 2017, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Joan Cusack.

5) Charlie the Unicorn (2005)

Charlie The Unicorn 2005

For teens who want something very weird and wonderful, and are off the beaten path, Charlie the Unicorn might be a good choice – it’s a short comedy series. The animation is very basic, as it was originally made as a birthday present by Jason Steele for his mother. That doesn’t make it any less quirky and unusual – probably more, and I think it would really fascinate anyone interested in this kind of simple cartoon style.

The characters are as unique as the style, with grumpy unicorns, treacherous unicorns, a lot of cynicism and a lot of surrealistic events. The plot is very peculiar, with unicorns taking a trip to Candy Mountain, which the main character, Charlie, doesn’t really believe exists. They meet several strange creatures, like a Liopleurodon, and the dialogue is as strange as the characters.

Even the end of the film fits with the completely bizarre theme, and I’m not sure what to think about it, but I know several teenagers who would appreciate it only for its creativity and adventurousness. I would certainly like to see it to better evaluate it!

  • Movie: Charlie the Unicorn, see the IMDB soundtrack
  • Year of Release: 2005, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • The actors: Jason Steele.

6) Legend (1985)

Legend 1985

For a classic fantasy film, Legend – although made in 1985 – will still delight audiences today. The forest boy Jack has to work against a demon that seeks to destroy all the unicorns in the world – and wow, that unicorn in the accompanying video looks incredible. The whole clip is pretty amazing actually, definitely dated, but charmingly, and with some stunning footage.

It won the British Society of Cinematographers award for best photography in 1985, which suggests that it was something quite special, even if it wasn’t a success at first. It was also nominated for many other awards, and remains popular today, considered a classic of its time.

The characters look interesting, and although the effects are a bit exaggerated compared to some modern films, I think it still has the potential to charm teenagers and adults who appreciate high fantasy and powerful films. I still can’t get over the unbelievable aspect of this unicorn, and you can watch the trailer on Legend (1985) Trailer if you need to be even more convinced by these incredible costumes and great acting. A movie with an incredible look!

  • Movie: Legend, see IMDB score
  • Year of release: 1985, USA
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Tom Cruise, Mia Sara, Tim Curry.

Adult films of unicorns

1) I believe in unicorns (2014)

I Believe In Unicorns 2014

First of all, I Believe In Unicorns, a film about coming of age with very sad themes. The protagonist is a young teenager who takes care of a mother in a wheelchair. The weight of responsibility that falls on him says a lot to any adult viewer who has helped to take care of another person. She runs away from home to embark on a romance with an older man, but it doesn’t go as planned because the relationship degenerates into violence and she has difficulty coping.

It’s definitely a film with adult themes, a lot of pain and grief. It represents the end of childhood and imagination, and explores very painful moments. It has obviously received an excellent rating from its audience and looks like a sad but beautiful story. It would certainly be heavier to watch than many of the films listed here, but it could be all the more beautiful and poignant for that. You can see the trailer in this official trailer of I Believe In Unicorns, and I think the narration is just beautiful, incredibly impressive for a 16 year old actress!

  • Movie : I believe in Unicorns , see the IMDB score
  • Year of Release: 2014, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • The Actors: Natalia Dyer, Peter Vack, Julia Garner

2) The Unicorn (2018)

The Unicorn 2018

For a much lighter film, you might consider The Unicorn. This 1 hour 30 minute film focuses on an engaged couple exploring their sexuality and relationship. They’ve been engaged for four years, but can’t get married – or separate – so they decide to expand the boundaries of their relationship and explore new ideas by doing a threesome.

This activity plays with some of the issues that married or engaged couples may recognize, the fears they may have and the doubts they may have. It also explores some of the problems that open sex might cause, although it presents a healthy relationship through the parents of the main woman, who sometimes engage in group sex. Critics seem to rate him quite highly for his excellent acting and writing, although some mentions mention that the acting is a bit “off the beaten path”, so to speak! Nevertheless, it does seem to be fun, especially for couples interested in better understanding each other and their relationship.

I particularly like the title, because unicorns – despite their purity and kindness – have also been associated with the sexuality of men and women, and are an icon of the LGBTQ+ community, which includes non-monogamous couples. I think it’s a fantastic name for the film, and it really acknowledges how one could idealize the pleasure of threesomes without really understanding their reality. The trailer, available on The Unicorn Official Trailer HD should give you a good idea of the chemistry of the characters and the humour they exude!

  • Movie: The Unicorn ,
  • Year of Release: 2018, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Lauren Lapkus, Nicholas Rutherford, Lucy Hale.

3) The Unicorn (2019)

The Unicorn 2019

Finally, with the same title, the television series The Unicorn is a comedy about a recently widowed father of two who suddenly realizes how unprepared he is to raise his daughters and return to the dating scene. It’s certainly not a series about unicorns, but when he becomes highly sought after in the dating world, his friends see him almost as a mythical creature – and a dramatic comedy ensues.

It’s the kind of light entertainment that’s perfect for relaxing after a long day’s work, and it deals with modern issues such as cat fishing, parenting, school commitments and romance. It’s certainly something you can laugh about with friends or your partner, and it sounds like a lot of fun, although the absence of real unicorns is at least a little disappointing!

  • Film: The Unicorn (TV series)
  • Year of release: 2019 – , 13 episodes, US
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Walton Goggins, Rob Corddy, Oman Benson Miller.

4) Unicorn hunting (2019)

Unicorn Hunting 2019

Another comedy that probably belongs more to the adult section than the teen section – although I think it could be enjoyed by either category – is Chasing Unicorns. It plays on the idea that unicorns are linked to start-ups, and the elusive – perhaps non-existent? – of a true unicorn start-up.

Combining a young entrepreneur called Õie and a serial failure called Tõnu, this film explores the competitive nature of the high-tech Silicon Valley, and the successes and failures that occur there. The characters seem compelling, witty and very engaging, and the idea is very relevant to so many people interested in technology and technological breakthroughs. For anyone who has ever dreamed of having a “single” idea to cross a border, this is a great film.

Another film that looks at failure and doesn’t give up on dreams, albeit in a different setting, but shows how unicorns represent hope for so many people around the world. Personally, I love the combination of mythical equids with the cutting edge reality of the world of technology, and I think it sounds like a film with a lot of potential! You can watch the trailer on “Chasing Unicorns” 2019 Teaser Trailer, and get a glimpse of the characters interacting with each other, and some of the ideas the film plays with.

  • Movie: Chasing Unicorns ,
  • Year of liberation: 2019, Estonia
  • Language: English/ Estonian
  • Actors: Liisa Pulk, Henrik Kalmet, Johann Urb.

Unicorns behind the scenes

Of course, not all films that include unicorns have them as a focus – but if you’re looking to capture something where unicorns play a secondary role, there are still plenty of options. This might be ideal if you’ve already seen most of the unicorn movies that you like – you can still enjoy a bit of equine magic without it being in the foreground of the movie!

1) Me ugly and mean (2010)

Me Ugly And Mean 2010

First of all, if you’re a fan of Despicable Me, you may have already seen Agnes’ unicorn, an adorable little plush with a bright pink mane and a rather worried expression. It’s definitely a cute part of the film, made even more beautiful by the joy of the little girl with her cuddly toy. The little unicorn is a soldier, appearing in Despicable Me 1, 2, and 3, only to be sold in 3, and receive an adorable goodbye from Agnes. If you’d like to own a Despicable Me unicorn yourself, you can buy one at Despicable Me “Unicorn” Plush Toy Of “Agnes” – and who wouldn’t want something so crazy and adorable?

  • Movie: Despicable Me (animation, family, comedy)
  • Year of Release: 2010, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Actors: Steve Carell, Jason Segel, Russell Brand.

2) Toy Story 3 (2010)

Toy Story 3 2010

Next, we have Buttercup from Toy Story 3. This is another totally adorable unicorn toy, belonging to the character Bonnie, who is very sweet and affectionate with her toys, and who becomes the owner of Andy’s old toys at the end of the film. Buttercup is totally adorable, and it’s nice to see a male unicorn, who has a good sense of humour and provides a stable friend for the toys when they join his owner. Once again, you can buy your own Buttercup on the official Disney Toy Story 3 Buttercup Mini Bean Soft Plush Toy website – and he looks very cuddly!

  • Movie: Toy Story 3 (animation, family, comedy) , see IMDB soundtrack
  • Year of Release: 2010, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Actors: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Joan Cusack.

3) My Little Pony (2017)

My Little Pony 2017

My Little Pony is certainly a place where you can expect to see some mythical equines, alongside their magical pony friends. There are quite a few unicorns in My Little Pony, as well as some unicorns and Pegasus. You can find a complete list on the List Of Ponies/Unicorn Ponies website, which also usefully tells you in which episodes they appear, and gives you information about them. Many of them are available for sale on Amazon, such as My Little Pony Twilight Sparkle, or My Little Pony Princess Celestia. They look as magical as in the series!

  • Movie : My Little Pony : The Movie (animation, family, comedy) ,
  • Year of Release: 2017, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Liev Schreiber.

4) Harry Potter at the wizard school (2001)

Harry Potter At The Wizard School 2001

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone is another movie in which unicorns play a minor – but still important – role! The unicorn in this film is beautifully made, it shines so beautifully and tragically in the darkness of the Forbidden Forest, and I think that viewers around the world felt sadness at its demise. The blood money and the frightening aspect of the forest only add to the atmosphere, and I think the idea that killing a unicorn to drink its blood will curse you forever is very appropriate.

Unicorn tail hairs are also many wand cores for Harry Potter characters, and as mentioned on the Unicorn: Harry Potter Wiki, only two other creatures have this power. Unicorn hair wands are also the most difficult to use in the dark arts, once again symbolising the purity and incorruptible nature of unicorns. Unicorns do not appear again in films, but they are mentioned several times in books, and possess amazing properties. It is quite appropriate for a film full of so much magic to include them at least once!

  • Movie: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (adventure, family, fantasy) ,
  • of Release: 2001, UNITED STATES
  • Language: English
  • Cast: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson.

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This list proves that the stars of the show are unicorns. Whatever your age, they offer magic and fun – or symbolize important paths that many of us will take in our lives. For children, unicorns are magical and enchanting creatures that light the way and represent bravery, strength and hope. For adults, unicorns often represent challenges we face, or people or concepts that are unique or strange in some way.

No matter what kind of movie you like, there are unicorn movies – from soft and mellow to outright horror! There are things you can enjoy with your family, and things you can enjoy on your own, and it’s really amazing how versatile these mythical horses are.

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Finally, here’s a final bonus film in recognition of the ever-longer nights and colder days: Unicorn Christmas.

Who doesn’t love a magical Christmas movie with a bit of good humour and a positive message? This one suits the whole family, with a magical elf named Holly Berry who needs a little help from a unicorn friend to realize that everyone is unique and special, and that Christmas is for everyone. I think it sounds so warm and fun, and perfect for snuggling up to a cup of hot chocolate. What better way to spend Christmas than with unicorns and a loving family?

If you have Any Favorite Unicorn Movies that are missing from this list, please let us know! We are always eager to discover new things and amplify the incredible power of unicorns. We hope that you will have wonderful movie nights full of mystery and unicorn magic, and that you can bond as a family with these amazing horses as they guide you through the twists and turns of movies and TV shows.

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