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 grandfather returns to sign some papers and pay off the family debt. Arthur discovers that the key to success lies in his own descent into the land of the Minimoys, creatures no larger than a tooth, whom his grandfather helped relocate to their garden. Somewhere among them is hidden a pile of rubies, too. Can Arthur be of stout heart and save the day? Romance beckons as well, and a villain lurks.
Writer:Céline Garcia, Luc Besson, Luc Besson (book), Patrice Garcia (creator: characters and settings), Georges Bouchelagem (creator: characters and settings
Ten-year-old Arthur, in a bid to save his grandfather's house from being demolished, goes looking for some much-fabled hidden treasure in the land of the Minimoys, a tiny people living in harmony with nature. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ariel R (br) wrote: Es una cinta plana, la cual no ofrece nada nuevo (a pesar de su "interesante" idea), las actuaciones son muy regulares, los personajes no logran conectar con uno, el desarrollo de la historia se siente acartonado. Come Out and Play slo sirve para resolver tus problemas de insomnio y ya.
Alain G (br) wrote: Yep, dit is helemaal mijn ding, goeie film die je op het tipke van je stoel kan houden! Doen! Alle ramen en deuren dicht, licht uit en enkel de tv en de surround installatie aan... be afraid!!!
Miguel R (us) wrote: Yimou Zhang's The Flowers of War touches on a sensitive subject during the war between China and Japan in what's an emotional and sad historical drama that, despite its many flaws, manages to stay true to its story
Hardy H (de) wrote: Besides a few minor hiccups that sort of make the film steps out of its comfort zone, this is almost as well done as it can be given the material. typically not really my kind of movie, it had me caring for the story and the characters.Kudos to not spoiling the mood to have the two man have a dramatic encounter, it would have been aweful and i was really hoping it wouldn't go there. Nonetheless, her decision to engage another person is a little bit troublesome to me. does that mean that she always want to do that but since she's dying anyway so she excuse herself to actually cheat? i tried hard in my mind trying to justify for the act, it still bothers me.
Asif K (jp) wrote: not interested in these monster movies
Jeremiah Z (nl) wrote: Film convenu sans la moindre originalite
Jayden (ag) wrote: this is a really good movie!
Ian F (us) wrote: So we saw the first half hour and the final scene. I thought I would want to see the whole thing.I don't.
Leena L (de) wrote: I keep getting surprised by the Tennessee Williams movies that I should have seen a long time ago already. Once again such intensity of feelings, such exxtraordinary characters and ...unhappy endings, as usual. And young Robert Redford, mmmmmm...
Harim K (us) wrote: not really panic... but you do get to see walter (jack) palance be a jackass
Leonard D (au) wrote: You know you have a problem with your film when you show a running gag of Jessica Alba getting half naked! Seriously, who the hell wrote this thing!? I couldn't even stand looking at her face, because it pisses me off! AARGH!! &%# THIS MOVIE!! The only good thing which came out of this feature? Chris Evans taking on the role of Steve Rogers, a.k.a Captain America later on in his career, and forgetting about this!
Marco P (kr) wrote: Not Zwick's strongest work, but worth it for the duel between Fischer and Spassky. That being said, Searching for Bobby Fischer is still my all time favorite movie about chess, or Bobby Fischer for that matter.
Jake C (gb) wrote: My parents took me to see this when I was 7. Probably not one of their better choices for night at the drive in with the the kids.