The Tale of Despereaux

The Tale of Despereaux

Once upon a time... in the far away kingdom of Dor... lived a brave and virtuous mouse with comically oversized ears who dreamt of becoming a knight. Banished from his home for having such lofty ambitions, Despereaux sets off on an amazing adventure with his good-hearted rat friend Roscuro, who leads him, at long last, on a very noble quest to rescue an endangered princess and save an entire kingdom from darkness.

The story of several unlikely heroes: a misfit mouse who prefers reading books to eating them, an unhappy rat who schemes to leave the darkness of the dungeon, and a bumbling servant girl with cauliflower ears, whose fates are intertwined with that of the castle's princess. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matt G (gb) wrote: Looking for a CGI, bird-based, completely-disposable-but-funny-nonetheless kids film? Watch Penguins of Madagascar. Sure, Storks funny, what with its constant non-sequiturs and Samberg's basic schtick, but the animation is generic and the plot is way too complex.

Cole B (au) wrote: One of the rare films where you can anticipate every turn of the story but it doesn't matter because the central characters are so real, the performances so strong, and the problem they face (namely, the great cost of the American Dream) so real and so heartbreaking.

(de) wrote: Dermot Mulroney has not aged well and playing dads is seriously not his thing. LOL. As for Max Thieriot, bad choice of parts to play... I can't believe how much this movie sucks. I can only say one thing. Black... cheeks... LOL.

Mattias E (us) wrote: After leaving the Shaw Brothers, King Hu's movies became even more operatic in an attempt to develop the visual storytelling of the wuxia genre. His last movie, Painted Skin from 1992, is no exception. Although rendered hopelessly out of date at the time of it's release, when former new wave director Tsui Hark's wild antics ruled the wuxia scene, it's visual beauty and gentle approach can still be appreciated. The action in Painted Skin is almost completely subordinate to the director's sense of taoist aesthetics and spiritual matters. Respect the King.

Patric C (es) wrote: A great script, originality and a sick twist. All the makings of a good thriller and vaguely reminiscent of Hitchcock's works.

Dave L (es) wrote: Here is a British film that focuses on the historical period of the Falkland Wars when Lady Thatcher was the prime minister. That is the macro-political situation. The film follows a young boy who joins a group of skinheads as he is unable to fit in anywhere else. Some powerful moments and good filmmaking.

Samantha S (de) wrote: Surprisingly touching.

Shivu W (us) wrote: Amazing family film; fell in love the first time I watched it!

Dan L (nl) wrote: One of good movies from Chow Yun Fat. If you like him, should watch it. Good cast, good storyline.

Michael H (gb) wrote: Tedious titillation improved by some gorgeous (and sometimes peculiarly decorated - even for the time) settings, occasionally interesting camerawork, and a really great score.

Brandon S (ca) wrote: Every filmmaker who has ever made a crime-drama since 1949 owes a debt to this film! James Cagney's psychotic, tough-as-nails performance is incredible. I loved this classic film from the age when movies were truly great!

Kaleb R (kr) wrote: UNDERATED. Absolutely chilling and a blast to watch. The definition of a thriller.

Diego T (ca) wrote: Why do I even bother? Full review soon.

Dinesh B (gb) wrote: Thought provoking movie. Technical Aspects were brilliant!