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the worst fucking shit i ever watched! Warning! do not watch this at any cost, u will puke atleast 3 times
Teh longer version Dragons et Princesses is even better - just in French......
Spectacular animation but the story is very lacking and the ending is disappointing
Gorgeous animation but lacking story.
This was fun and enjoyable to watch. I rented this from the VUDU app and I liked the stories.
After 15 minutes of horrible voice acting, that's all I could take. Watched no further.
Ocelot ("Kirikou and the Sorceress") brings shadow puppetry to life with this anthology of six short stories. The "vivid, colorful backgrounds" make the bland tales watchable. For kids.
An interesting and beautifully animated compilation of stories tied together by the animators creating new ideas may be a bit to slow for children and the animation might not appeal to some adults. Tales of the Night is artsy and will appeal to fans of artsy fartsy films but it might do just enough to grab the attention of other viewers as well.
One of the best animated movies of 2012. The movie is like a story book filled with amazing fairy tales you grow up hearing. By having all the characters shaded black , whole new element of imagination arises in a way I have never seen before. A truly unique film that most people should enjoy. The only downfall to this movie is that it is only filled with love stories, but other than that you should touch a piece of your childhood when watching this film.
It's a shame Michael Ocelot is a terrible writer because the film is absolutely beautiful. Tales of the Night (2011) is a compilation film of six stories that are being told by three storytellers in a small theater. The stories are shown through silhouette style animation which is ingenious because detail is put into background images, rather than images in the foreground. What happens is the solidness of the film's characters (who are in complete shadows) accentuate the rich, vibrant colors of the film's landscape. The sad thing is all of the stories are exactly the same.