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Plot: Arthur is a spirited ten-year old whose parents are away looking for work, whose eccentric grandfather has been missing for several years, and who lives with his grandmother in a country house that, in two days, will be repossessed, torn down, and turned into a block of flats unless Arthur's… Runtime: 94 min Release Date: 12 Jan 2007
Beautiful artwork, wonderful voices for the animated characters by David Bowie, Madonna, Jimmy Fallon, Robert DeNiro, and Ron Crawford. Great to see an imaginative, kind child as hero, and see Mia Farrow act again. Arthur uses his love for his grandparents and his intelligence to persevere and save the day. A treat for artists in the audience is grandpa's personal journal of watercolors and sketches at the beginning of the movie . The action really takes off once the movie transitions to animation, and perhaps moves too fast, although the children with me were able to follow it. The <more>
animated characters are adorable and even though they are very contemporary, and the movie takes place during the depression, kids will be able to relate to the animated fantasy characters - since they are fantasy characters, there is no reason they can't be contemporary. Overall a nice story for kids, with some good lessons for kids re: love, loyalty, perseverance, intelligence.
I hesitated to watch this after hearing some negative revues, but when I finally saw it with my 6 year old daughter, we were both pleasantly surprised. Just goes to show that you shouldn't take someone else's word for something like a movie in most cases. Anyway it was a great movie, fun for my little girl, she especially liked the fairy princess and all of the cute little creatures. I thought that it was beautifully done and I liked the whole Indiana Jones meets honey I shrunk the kids feel to it. I thought that Snoop was hilarious in the movie with his bug club or whatever you want <more>
to call it. Well worth watching especially if you have a little girl who loves fairies, and you don't want to get stuck watching something like Barbie and the 12 dancing princesses. don't laugh it could happen to you
Scuse my English but I'm French...I've seen this movie Wednesday and is pretty good !! Animation is huge and better than dreamwork's animation. It's a good story, with goods actors... and a great director ! See it !!The story tell about a young boy who leave real world to the tiny world of the "minimoys". It's very "cut" without dead times and all the characters are very developed. The film take all references which came with animation's film: Lord of the rings, Pulp fiction, King Arthur, and Fritz Lang's films too, but I Can't say why !!
I think the movie was good!!!! (by DarkRaven1717)
OK, I am kind of upset to see what has been out there about this movie so far. I have seen a lot of cartoons and pixar movies almost all of them and by far I think this was one of the best ones out there. I would say if this movie interested you just a little go to the movie and judge for yourself. I thought the characters were well thought out and there were some really great moments in this movie. While I was watching it I almost hoped it would never end and that I could learn more about them.The movie didn't drag like a lot of movies do it had a great flow to it. The amount of detail <more>
put into the movie was great the large shot of the house and the grounds to the room with all the old stuff in it.To the amount of detail put into the characters clothing and there personalities.I like that they gave you a story before the story even happened. Once in the small world it is easy to get caught up in all the action that is going on. So make your own judgment and don't listen to those people who can't stop for a moment and just enjoy the movie for what it is a great movie.
Touching, warming and imaginative fun ride (by sobeit712)
First of all, the rating of this movie doesn't do its justice. I just finished watching this movie and truly enjoyed the experience.The story sets in the era of great depression in US. A brave young kid took upon himself the task of saving the family house from the aggressive developer . Though the backdrop of the story were presented in real world verses animation , the main adventure and action took place in a fantasy realm done in computer animations. This contrast, while a unique and fresh take on movie making, brought its main criticism I guess. Some may find the plot defies logic <more>
and common sense because of the realistic premises. Others like me doesn't find it a hindrance but rather a nice change of pace and perspective.Technically speaking, the animation was really nicely done and the world has a unique look and artistic touch to it. The flow of the story goes really fast and sometime I felt that things are all happening at too much an opportune moment. It is as if the big events in the world of Minimoys has been waiting just for the arrival of Arthur. It is the catch 22 of movie making I guess. On one hand you want to pack in all the stories and actions in less than 2 hours. On the other hand, you don't want audience feel like the world was just created in a hurry so you can tell the story.The characters are all very likable. Especially the minimoys, even the bad guys has certain feel of cuteness to them. Some humor are lost in translation I guess consider it's done by a French director. Still there are nice touches in detail here and there that give the characters the kind of Charm and personality you may not find in the usual Hollywood characters. There are moments of awkwardness and disarray that made me burst out in laughters, which I find them to be a better kind of humor than most of the physical comedy in other animated movies.In the end, this is the kind of the feel good movie that brings warmth and smile for the whole family. In the process, it takes you on a magical ride that filled with wonders and unexpected laughters. It defied some logics, broke a few physic laws, and filled some background stories in a rush. But it never dampened the infectious spirit, of a courageous young boy, who still wanted to believe in miracles and would never give up even in the most desperate moment. If you are like me, you would find yourself walk away with a little bit of that spirit in you.
Sure, it's not like the latest CGI movies we saw were both parents and children are able to read the story at a different degree like shrek or the incredibles but why a movie cannot exist only by its childhood magic power? Why, now, a cartoon or a CGI movie must included both adult and child perspective? When Disney created its great classic such as White snow or Cinderella, the magic was there and adult and child look at them with the same eyes and smiles and no one asked: Oh, so, how is it possible that Cinderella has a magic grandmother that can turn mouses to horses? That can't <more>
be! When I saw Arthur with my 4 years old soon, I feel turning back to my childhood too and that's a magic moment, I don't mean turning back to some kind of mind child but coming back to that time where you still has the power to believe in magic. Arthur and the minimoys is a great family film. So for the technic and the story.... And it's incredible how Arthur look like Haley Joel Osmond the 6th sense boy .
I went to see this movie because of my wife. She read the books some time ago and really wanted to see the movie. I am not too fond of animations.I was pleasantly surprised. I liked the story a lot. It was really nice to see something new for a change. There are not too many clichés in it, and the little acting that is in the movie is quite good.I was a bit disappointed by the animations. I think they could have been a bit better. But then again, as I said I am not the biggest animation fan.Parting comments: It's a movie for the family. There should be something in it for every age.
Great animation, fun film (by kamsarmer)
Took my nine-year old daughter and we both really enjoyed it. I found the animated portions far more engaging than the human-acted portions, but that wasn't a real distraction. The other commenters on the film here in IMDb seem to be very annoyed by the lack of a completely cohesive plot, but hey, this isn't Citizen Kane! We really work hard to find films we will take our daughter to see, and having viewed the preview some time ago, I was happy to stumble upon the opening of this movie this weekend. I can guarantee that we'll see it again before it leaves the theatres and will <more>
likely purchase the DVD. The violence was minimal and well-handled vague battle scenes , the scary parts not over-the-top scary, and the light touch with the romance was appreciated by the mom of a pre-pre-teen. Nice family movie.
The movie in the theater was wonderful...however now we have watched the DVD and the children are quite disappointed as many of the funny scenes have been cut out...this is the first time I have seen this happen. For example the two kisses between Arthur and Selinia...the dance with Max...when the parents are digging for the treasure...the part where the buyer tries to steal the treasure....the part where the coconut breaks and Arthur asks Selinia for the string on her top for him to climb...when they were almost kissing and Selinia's brother said she had to wait for the next ten <more>
years....when they are sleeping in the flower and Selinia wakes Arthur has his arm around her...these are just a few of the scenes the children have noticed on our first viewing.