A Monster in Paris Reviews
The story is nothing special and most of the characters are forgettable, at best.
In 1910 Paris a monster is born during a botched lab experiment. The monster is an insect in some ways and very human in others. The monster is very talented at singing and playing music. One day he encounters a beautiful singer down on her luck and he falls in love. The monster teams with the singer to change the direction of her career for the better.
"What's a dragon doing in Paris?"
"What's a dragon doing on Earth?"
Bibo Bergeron, director of The Road to El Dorado and A Shark's Tale, delivers A Monster in Paris. The storyline for this picture is very good for the animated genre. I thoroughly enjoyed the animation style which was very unique and fresh. The voices were also well selected and included Vanessa Paradis, Mathieu Chedid, and Ludivine Sagneir.
"I needed a flea to show me the way."
I came across this picture on Netflix and decided to give it a shot. My daughter, girlfriend, and I watched this together during family night and we were all thoroughly impressed by this picture. As I referenced above, this film has a unique style and animation that is very refreshing and the story is fun to watch unfold. I strongly recommend seeing this picture.
"Where you see catastrophe, I see opportunity."