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    Arthur and the Invisibles

    Ten-year-old Arthur must find a way to keep the home of his beloved grandmother from being destroyed by a developer with other plans. Then Arthur goes looking for some much-fabled hidden treasure in the land of the Minimoys, a tiny people living in harmony with nature.
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  • Actors of "Arthur and the Invisibles"

  • Characters of "Arthur and the Invisibles"

    Arthur. Character of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Granny. Character of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Played by: Mia Farrow
    Princess Selenia. Character of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Played by: Madonna
    Maltazard. Character of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Played by: David Bowie
    Betameche. Character of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Played by: Jimmy Fallon
  • Directors of "Arthur and the Invisibles"

    Luc Besson. Director of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Luc Besson
    Birthdate: 18 March 1959, Paris, France
  • Creators of "Arthur and the Invisibles"

    Céline Garcia. Director of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Céline Garcia
    Luc Besson. Director of Arthur and the Invisibles
    Luc Besson
    Birthdate: 18 March 1959, Paris, France
  • Critic Reviews of "Arthur and the Invisibles"

    Ebert & Roeper
    February 05, 2007

    Strange and kind of meandering.

    Time Out
    February 03, 2007

    A lazy fairy-tale pastiche reveling in mite-size cherubs, which cribs from gnomic mythology, elvish lore, Harry Potter, Arthurian legend and can't-pay-the-rent melodrama.

    Time Out
    January 25, 2007

    Luc Besson's half-baked live-action/animated fantasy looks like it was invented on the hoof: it's erratically plotted, poorly animated, overly derivative and too insufferably cute to interest anyone above undemanding toddler age.

    Entertainment Weekly
    January 17, 2007

    Luc Besson has made a fair share of artfully bad movies. Arthur and the Invisibles -- half-live-action, half-CG kid's adventure -- is (by a hair) more bad-bad, like The Fifth Element, than good-bad, like The Big Blue.

    Toronto Star
    January 12, 2007

    While technically polished and adequately executed Arthur, like most of Besson's movies, is a strangely soulless experience.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    January 12, 2007

    Besson is a pro when it comes to action movies, but this part live, part animation effort is a mess, highlighted by creepy animation, derivative plot points and a child star who speaks way too fast.

    August 28, 2009

    A candy-colored fusion of Dahl, Dr. Seuss and the director's own mischeviousness

    IGN Movies
    June 25, 2007

    Is it time for director Luc Besson to become invisible too?

    June 13, 2007

    In a clear-cut case of arrested development, the film that crowns Luc Besson's career is a magical phantasmagoria for the kids, and a derivative mess for their parents.

    Cinema em Cena
    April 13, 2007

    Uma fábula divertida e inocente que conta com uma eficiente animação digital e traz Besson em um bom momento, o que é algo cada vez mais raro.

    March 24, 2007

    In a year when a lot of big-screen animation felt like it came rolling off the video game assembly line, a little originality goes a long way.

    Film Journal International
    March 01, 2007

    Things unfold in rote fashion, with nature-based gadgetry no more clever than those of The Flintstones.

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