Ferngully Porn

Ferngully Porn

Ferngully Porn, James Cameron’s 90s children’s film, stands on the outer reaches of children’s films from that decade, becoming even stranger with each successive viewing. Even by today’s standards it seems outlandish; strange even by 90s standards of films such as Space Jam and Small Soldiers; it attempts to indoctrinate children with hippie rhetoric and environmental concerns through an Australian rainforest setting (although no characters speak with an accent), with Crysta as its lead protagonist attempting to save her forest from cutting trees being done by machines run by an ancient force called Hexxus while shrinking down an antagonist known as Zak and teaching him all about its wonders before eventually saving her forest from destruction by forces from within it all, which she hopes she can do by shrinking him down before showing him what awaits him in its depths.

Although parts of Ferngully seem outdated and forced – such as Tim Curry singing about acid rain equating to egg chow mein, the excessive use of “magical powers of nature,” and Crysta being like an overly-eager hippie chick from your freshman year at college — overall Ferngully remains an enjoyable animated adventure, without being overtly preachy or political in tone; making this film unique among environmental films in that its messages never become overwhelming or weighty; being enjoyable for both kids and their parents!