In the year 2001, after twenty years of development, and thirty years in production, the world finally beheld the masterpiece known as...The Happy Cricket. A movie nobody has ever heard of, and those who have heard of it hope to never hear of it again.
So, get this: in the 1980s, Sharp Electronics had this character they used for marketing, called Christopher the Happy Cricket. One day, some schmuck got the bright idea to use the character for a great big Disneyesque cinematic adaptation. It took forever to make, and by the time it came out, nobody gave a shit. And so here we are, talking about it. Now, the one of you who is familiar with this movie might question what it's doing on the Disney Rip-Off Wiki. There's an easy answer for that: you know how it's about a cricket that's in love with a really bright star? Where exactly have you heard that before? There you go. It counts as a rip-off.
Christopher has to put the night star back in the sky, and also Wartlord wants Christopher's guitar for some reason
Linda is Christopher's muse from the beginning
The Hawthorns attack! Oh no! But then Christopher plays his guitar, and that drives them away. Makes perfect sense.
When Christopher finds the night star
Wartlord gets the night star and Christopher's guitar
Wartlord versus Christopher. Christopher plays his guitar, Linda glows really bright, and Wartlord falls off his castle. And dies. They just killed a guy. But look, the girls are here with Leonardo's balloon to save everyone else whose names we know from the fire, so everything's okay.