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The Snowman gently relates, via expert pantomime and orchestral score, a young lad's overnight adventure with his brought-to-life pal.
The Snowman is an absolute joy; it is as mesmerising, as surprising and as enchanting as it was all those years ago.
Charming, wordless, book-based holiday fable for all ages.
I dont remember a lot about this movie. I first saw this film 10 years ago. I haven't seen it since but I remember this British TV special being a half an hour piece of christmas magic.
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Episode #3: The Snowman
Don't think that I'm a bad guy or a hater but I don't watch "Frosty the Snowman" much during the Christmas season. I watch another Christmas special about a snowman coming to life. Its entitled "The Snowman" and it is one of the most beautiful things I've ever laid eyes on.
It is a silent film. There is music to add more emotion. It tells of a boy whose snowman comes to life and they both embark on a magical adventure on Christmas Eve. Its a very simple film.
The animation is wonderful and amazing. The story is well told. You'll wonder this short film in awe. I cry everytime I watch this. I need you to watch this to know why I cry when I watch this.
A beautiful Christmas special. Take that, Frosty!
though i dont remember much about the movie i remember how magical and wonderful it was though the only thing i didn't like about it was the ending not that it was terrible but it was just so freaking depressing and there wasn't even one happy thing about it. Most children Christmas movies have something uplifting at the end but this movie just says life sucks, merry Christmas. but other than that it truly is a wonderful Christmas film
I remeber The Snowman from when I was a kid and often wondered what the hell David Bowie had to do with it. The animation is still captivating today and the (mostly) lack of dialogue makes it all the better. The music gets a little ominous for a kids movie, but that ending is just a heartbreaking kick in the nuts. Spoiler alert: "Here's a scarf kid. Your friend's dead."
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