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Truly touching, heartfelt, and inspiring
This movie is not Disney or Pixar, the dialogue is a little advanced for the average kid. Overall the story was very boring, wish I had taken my kid to see something different
that movie was too cute!
Not sure what the story was but I laughed and appreciated what it was! Everything from the trailer that made me laugh made it funnier in the film. Gets dark so I wouldn’t bring young kids to this movie. Overall a pretty good flick!
This was a delightful movie
This was a subdued kids film. It has action but has a balance of character development. The style is what makes this movie unique. This movie is not for all kids but it would have been apart of my VHS collection back in the day. Great voice acting and vivid sets. Story is basic but it is a movie for kids. Adults can watch this film with or without kids.
We missed most of it but what we saw my son enjoyed so I enjoyed.
it was cute, the kids enjoyed it.
It’s filled with colorful characters, innovative creature design, and some of the most spectacular sets in Laika’s history.
One wishes the script might have shared the degree of precision that has obviously been applied to the technical side of the production, which is resplendent in visual dazzle from the smallest beads of sweat on a character’s forehead to the vintage knit fabrics to those sprawling exotic vistas.
Writer-director Chris Butler (“ParaNorman”) excels in his decision to direct the story with gorgeous, bright, bold colors but seems to flounder in telling his story in a way that resonates for children and adults. His script seems aimed at elementary school-aged children, with light-hearted and easy humor, but it fails to hold interest beyond a few scenes.