By Rose Kwamboka
| February 8th 2015
If you are a fan of musicals and Shakespeare's plays, then you will enjoy A Midsummer Night's Dream, an animated fairy-themed musical.
Applying a mix of popular classic, contemporary, pop and rock songs from the past six decades, the movie is a colourful cast of goblins, elves, fairies and imps, and their hilarious misadventures sparked by the battle over a powerful love potion.
Marianne, heir to the throne of the Fairy Kingdom, is set to marry her fiancé, Roland, when she finds him with another fairy girl. She then calls off the wedding and even vows to never fall in love again.
Marianne's father, the king, liaises with her best friend, Sunny, to get a love potion that will make her fall in love with Roland.
A mischievous imp helps Sunny locate the sugar plum fairy, who promises to make the potion, on condition of release from captivity.
However, Sunny is warned not to let the potion fall into the hands of the imp, who will spread it all over, because it is dangerous.
Once the potion is in Sunny's hands, she has to protect it with her life. Will she manage to keep it from the imp? Find out.
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