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this movie is my favorite Christmas movie ever I watch it multiple times during the festive period it combines classic christmas films and modern day technology and just makes you feel all good inside
This movie is OK, but it isn't very funny like Aardman's other movies. Not that it isn't funny at all, there's a few funny jokes but I wouldn't call this movie a comedy. Overall, this is a good movie.
One of the most underrated Christmas movies. It's a must watch every year at the holidays.
A fresh and creative story about the magic of Christmas in a modern gadget filled age. Beautiful animation, an all-star voice cast and a clever script, an instant classic.
Goofy tone and shows true meanings of christmas to bad i cant understand british.
Arthur Christmas is a 2011 British-American 3D computer-animated Christmas comedy film, produced by Aardman Animations. It’s ok, but I feel mixed about this one 😉 I’d recommend it if you like this genre, but if not then probably give it a miss 👍🏼👎🏼
I adore this movie, the more I watch it, the more of the cute jokes I get!
It's funny and heartwarming at the same time. It one of those movies that has some adult humor that will go right over the kids heads. It's a great family movie.
A very enjoyable Christmas film.
Terribly sexist film with a boring plot and poor writing that includes derogatory comments about women.
The only lead female character's contribution to the plot is to serve tea to the men and repair their clothing. All of the characters in power are male. The grandfather says to Arthur that "at one point we thought we could never teach women to read" in a tone that clearly wasn't even tongue in cheek.
I am shocked to see that this demeaning film was directed and written by a woman who should be ashamed that this has been released for children to watch.