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A Cute little movie.
Good Animation Film, with funny characters, lovely songs, and enjoyable story. plus we got a slight tour of Paris, which is gloomy with its beauty. If there was a dubbed ver of this, Definitely for kids.
The film drags a bit, but it's fun nonetheless.
While it becomes a bit more formulaic by the end, this Luc Besson-produced animated feature has gorgeous animation, great songs and really good dubbing (it helps that Vanessa Paradis did both the original French voice and the English one too) make this a better-than-average animated feature where the only genuinely bad thing about it other than what was mentioned is the lack of attention. But maybe, that's a good thing because then it would be resented for its popularity. I dunno.
Fun and quirky movie for kids and adults alike, featuring a gorgeous visual style and a memorable soundtrack.
Funny, charming and with good characters, this movie is one of the most cool animated movies I have ever seen
Hugely irritating and incoherent cartoon, where nothing makes sense and charmless mugging passes for character. Gave up after 45 minutes.
The side characters seems slapped together and paled in comparison to the flea and singer. The music and charm of the nonvocal character more than made up for the forgettable main plot.
This movie follows the adventures of the leprechaun from Lucky charms and his wacky misadventures running a cinema with his sexually ambiguous coworker and his good friend Raul or some other dumbass French name as they murder a robber with a car and they get a taste of the dangerous life as they try to kill again they accidentally create a monster in their friends meth lab which turns day into night, very scary stuff.. the animation is way above it's time it's honestly seemless you can barely tell it's animated at all. The monster itself isn't all that scary in and of itself but the horrors he does to people is the stuff of nightmares he makes everyone's faces deformed with abnormally large noses and chins and gives everyone snobby attitudes making them think they're better than everyone, although that could just be the French people. So everyone is scared of the monster until they find out it can play instruments and he ends up falling in love with the girl which just furthers the stereotype that French women will marry monsters that can play music aka French people. But all is well that ends well the girl ends up fucking the monster or at least it's what the filmmakers intended and the Lucky charms leprechaun find his one in true love in prison where he belongs for creating a beast that caused millions of dollars in damage to the city and interfering with a police investigation.
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Great movie, and great music. I just wish they had a few more songs