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Plot: Once upon a time, upon moving into the run-down Spiderwick Estate with their mother Helen (Mary-Louise Parker), twin brothers Jared (Freddie Highmore) and Simon Grace (Freddie Highmore), along with their sister Mallory (Sarah Bolger), find themselves pulled into an alternate world full of fairies… Runtime: 96 min Release Date: 14 Feb 2008
This is being compared to Harry Potter? That is completely ridiculous. Some idiotic critics are saying "This movie isn't like Harry Potter, therefore, it's terrible" This movie is an amazing example of a fantasy movie, and one that doesn't cut much out, unlike Harry Potter. This movie has great acting, especially by the dual-part playing Freddie Highmore, who loses his British accent quite convincingly. Also, Sarah Bolger and Mary-Louise Parker do superb jobs with their acting considering it's mostly a four-person cast. Excluding voice overs The special effects <more>
alone are amazing. If you don't like this movie, you have to admit, the special effects were amazing. If there were a sequel, I would most definitely see it as long as it has the same actors, special effects team, and director.
Don't listen to all those 'know it alls' who say the book is better then the movie, so therefore, this movie isn't any good. This was a GREAT movie! Obviously you can't fit a whole book into a kid length movie - so they do the best they can and this was WILDLY successful! It was a fun, suspenseful movie that engages you from the beginning. I went with my 9 year old daughter and she LOVED IT! I haven't seen such a good children's movie in a long, long time! It's a MUST SEE! If your child is easily scared then this may not be the movie for them. While I don't <more>
view it as a scary movie - the goblins and action might be startling for sensitive kids.
Went to a UK preview tonight and this completely took me by surprise. A brilliant fantasy adventure which retains it's dignity and doesn't sell out for a cute Disney style box office attack.The issues in it were quite good and realistic and it wasn't necessarily 'happy ever after' in the end. The scripting and the style of the piece reminded me of 'The Princess Bride'- although this is more of an action adventure than a comedy.Well worth seeing, and there doesn't seem to have been much 'hollywood tailoring' such as there was with the Golden compass and <more>
Narnia...As to the monsters / fairies- they were very well done indeed, quite believable considering they were computer generated.Well worth seeing, but I have the feeling it won't get as much publicity as the usual run of the mill children's movie...Why do I keep saying children's movie when I am 34?
Believe me when i say that this movie is a thrilling ride of entertainment. First of all the plot is loads of fun. It's about a divorced mother and her three kids who move to there distant relatives estate. There they discover a book that uncovers secrets to a mysterious world around us. These creatures include: Hobgoblins, Trolls, Fairies, an evil ogre and more. This adventure is filled with breath-taking special effects and good acting. Throughout the movie there are several action scenes that keep you interested and then finally comes the highly anticipated climax. The pacing in this <more>
film is incredible. I can't wait till it comes out to buy. This almost ranks among Harry Potter and it just about surpasses Narnia. Great film and I highly recommend it!
The Spiderwick Chronicles provides wonderful family entertainment (by tavm)
This was another movie I picked at random for me and my friend to see during our free time. It was playing at a theatre that he's supposed to start working at soon. This was an enchanting movie concerning goblins, fairies, and ogres as well as children affected by divorce and an old lady who misses her long-lost father. There's also some nice humorous touches concerning another creature named Thimbletack who only calms down by drinking lots of honey. He is voiced by Martin Short. Also in the cast are Nick Nolte who voices Mulgarath and appears as him in human form, David Strathaim as <more>
Arthur Spiderwick, Jordy Benattar as his young daughter-Lucy, Joan Plowright as the now much older Lucy, Mary-Louise Parker as the mother Helen Grace, Andrew McCarthy as her ex-husband Richard, and as her children, Sarah Bolger as Mallory, and Freddie Highmore as Simon and Jared Grace. I and my friend were pretty much captivated by everything that went on in this movie though initially I was a little irritated by how Mallory kept on harping on little brother Jared. Anyone with kids or is a kid at heart should also enjoy this wonderful production from Nickelodeon Studios. So on that note, I definitely recommend The Spiderwick Chronicles.
Our family of 4 went to see this tonight, and loved it! Not too scary for our 6 year old son, and interesting enough for our 12 year old daughter and for us 37 and 39. Great plot & storyline. Special effects were not too cheesy--and easy enough to fall into believing. It was the perfect length; we were mesmerized yet it didn't finish to fast. Definitely worth the $30 for tickets and $20 for snacks. And I am sure we will eventually purchase the DVD when it comes out. This is a great Part 1, hope that Part 2 is as entertaining! This was a wonderful fantasy-- loved the 'pet' <more>
The Spiderwick Chronicles is based upon the books of the same name by Tony DeTerlizzi and Holly Black. The film centers around a mother and her three children who move into a mysterious and creepy new house pretty much in the middle of nowhere. The one son Jared who is the main character in the film, finds a book written by the previous owner of the house and Jared soon discovers that this is a magical yet very dangerous book that a lot of goblins and little creatures are after, but with the help of his twin brother, his older sister and some friendly creatures he gets the book to safety and <more>
also protects himself and his family from the evil monsters that want the book to do harm. Ever since The Lord Of The Rings and Harry Potter films have done so well, filmmakers are taking other fantasy books and turning them into feature films as well. The majority of them that have been released over the past few years I have not seen because for one thing they did not look appealing to me at all and also because of bad word of mouth and reviews. I wasn't sure what I would think of The Spiderwick Chronicles, but to my surprise I thought it was pretty good. The film is aimed at a family audience even though some young children might be afraid of some scenes, but this is a film that I think kids will absolutely love and there is enough here for the grownups as well. The story sounds simple enough, but it is enhanced by a lot of creative creatures and imaginative things going on. The young cast each did their own and carried the film and even though I don't usually like computer generated effects in films, I didn't feel it was overdone here just for the sake of showing what today's new wonderful technology can do and I really appreciated that the film didn't go overboard with that. The running time moves along fairly briskly and the film is involving and interesting from the start and keeps it's energy and charm throughout the running time. There were a few repeated story patterns and clichés in the script, but there were also a lot of surprises and new takes on things, so that can be forgiven. When looking at a film like this at a child you would like the magic, imagination and the story that is woven in front of you with interesting characters, environments and a grand sense of storytelling that can make the make believe into a fun and entertaining film. This is all captured very well here and works as a fairy tale for kids 8 to whatever age. A creative enough story helped by good film-making and an eye for what kids and adults love about these movies make this film a generally good and above average family fantasy film of the past few years.
I truly wasn't expecting much from this movie goon in but it was the only family movie available to watch with my 5 and 3 year old. I figured that because it wasn't a cartoon I'd have to deal with squirming bottoms and talking. But to my amazement the movie was not only entertaining to both of my boys NO SQUIRMING!!! both my husband and I loved it. My husband wouldn't even get a refill on the popcorn----and believe me that doesn't happen often!!!! I have nothing negative to say about the film. Some might think it's a little too scarry for younger kids but neither one <more>
of mine were scarred. A couple of times I had to explain some things to my 5 year old. The head goblin is kind of scarry looking; but not too bad.
This is another of those fantasy films that serves its purpose in that it entertains, no matter what the age. It's not among the elite in its genre, but it is a story that hooks you in by the 20-minute mark and you just go along for the ride, mainly to see how things will turn out.There is good suspense in here, enough to make adults care about what happens, not just kids. There also are some scary scenes that are probably too much for small kids, but fine for teens on up. In all, you get a good mix of horror, comedy, fantasy and drama all rolled into one odd fantasy story.Child acting <more>
star Freddie Highmore, who seems to get cast in a lot of these fantasies Charlie And The Chocolate Family," "August Rush," "Arthur And The Invisibles," and "The Golden Compass" has a dual role in here, playing brothers "Jared"and "Simon Grace." Freddie is a fine actor, so no problem in that department. I hate to hear child actors, using God's name as exclamations, though, but that's not Highmore's doing. The only other annoyance is the frequent shouting with an older sister. However, once the adventure kicks into high gear, the arguing stops as the kids try to solve their major dilemma as a unit.Nick Nolte plays the big villain, "Mulgarath." but his role is surprisingly small. It's all those ugly, nasty little creatures who surround the house, who are the "bad guys." There are a number of somewhat scary scenes involving them, enough to entertain the post-pre-adolescent crowd.The star of the film isn't Freddie or the actors, or the story.....it's the special-effects, which are very good and a lot of fun to watch, from little beings to monsters to fairies to whatever. I saw this on Blu-Ray and it really looks good. All of it is very colorful and entertaining to view, making this a film fun for both kids and adults.