3-3.5 My feelings may change with successive watches, but at the moment I feel it falls somewhere between being just 'good' like some reviewers here have said and the 'masterpiece' that critics like Film Brain and Doug Walker have claimed it to be. It really does have a standout sense of creativity and a great cast of characters, but I'm not the sure the power of the message beats the nicks here and there.
Arthur, el hijo menor de Santa Claus, tiene que salvar la Navidad y entregar el único regalo que su papá no pudo hacer llegar a una niña, usando el viejo trineo de su abuelo. Original, poblada de elfos graciosos, escenas emocionantes del trineo de Santa volando a través del globo; un divertido filme navideño con el clásico humor de la casa Ardman.
Somewhat weak compared to other Aardman animation movies but still more satisfying than most of the animated (3-D) drivle being released as of late. Film bound to be annual viewing in many households in years to come. One just wishes that the lead character had been more compelling or better voiced cast as poor McAvoy is easily overshadowed here by Broadbent, Laurie and Nighy. Not bad just nothing special.
Bring your headphones for Sony's additions of the Justin Bieber song, but don't let that or even the horrible poster puns fool you into thinking this CG Aardman cracker is a bad movie. While it can be compared to Prep and Landing, this has all the heart, inventivity, character/story focus and quirk that Pixar failed to bring us this year. That, and you might never look at the North Pole the same way again.