Arthur and the Invisibles 2: Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard (2009)
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When Arthur uncovers a distress call sent from Minimoys, the invisible people who live in his own back yard, he knows that once again, he must embark on a great adventure to battle against the evil Maltazard and save Princess Selenia. Little does he know that this is an evil trick by his arch nemesis to reverse the magic of transformation to become a giant when Arthur passes into the Minimoy's world. Now at less than half an inch tall, Arthur must save his own world from a giant evil Maltazard. Will this little hero have what it takes? … More
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Critic Reviews for Arthur and the Invisibles 2: Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard
While a colossal local release should yield Gallic gold, the pic looks to flounder in Anglo territories.
Freddie Highmore revisits his role as Arthur with ease, but it's the adults in the film that stumble. Even veteran actors like Mia Farrow phone in their performances.
Luc Bresson's new animation is a strange bird that just drags on and on.
Besson deserves some sort of award for casting Lou Reed and Iggy Pop as its villains, but the script and direction are all over the place and it never really comes together
Audience Reviews for Arthur and the Invisibles 2: Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard
This movie was 2hrs long with nothing inside. You'll feel like it's empty. What did they tried to make out of it? Total waste of time (except the part where Arthur had to go back in other way, that looked pretty painful).More
Well, even the same team is on the road for the sequel, but what I saw in this sequel of "Arthur & The Minimoys" was a truly disaster... I don't even know what Luc Besson want, to destroy the first movie which is great I thought, by making the sequel... Especially because I hear that this movie will become a trilogy... I know that he add another amazing cast for lend their voice like Will-I-Am and Fergie from The Black Eyed Peas, but the story of this movie is a truly disaster... Even Freddie Highmore nor senio actress Mia Farrow can't save this movie... What a disappointment...More
I am not sure what is the age of the viewers this French/American film was made for... it seemed very suitable for paedophiles... If I was the producer and the director Luc Besson I'd be very embarrassed to mention that I was involved in this animated feature film. I haven't seen the first movie, Arthur and the Invisibles, and after watching this one I am not interested in the first one altogether.
To me, this movie was just a part of the European propaganda to indoctrinate the youth which will be in few years ready to start paying the carbon tax introduced for "saving the planet" (read: fat back sides of the politicians and their expensive escorts). Don't waste a breath on this one!
I hate the ending, it just like that... Maltazard ending. not Arthur ending...
And despite that the Good purpose is to save animal including bees, ant, and other insect and plants. But Arthur was shown here as a kid that like to lie everytime, deceive her mother and father.
Maybe parents not really like this moves... on this series.
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