Metro Goldwyn Distributing Company | Release Date: December 29, 2006
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MaximilianK.Feb 21, 2007
I liked this movie a lot because there were little creatures, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hit the glass, the gooey stuff melted the glass and he went to the backyard I liked this movie a lot because there were little creatures, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hit the glass, the gooey stuff melted the glass and he went to the backyard and that was really really really cool!!!!!!! It was very exciting and fun. I also liked the way they escaped from the water coming by getting through a door using the wind-up car that they found, enabling them to go faster and saving them. This really good part was when the boy found his grandpa's hidden treasure in the backyard. I really liked the graphics. I recommend this movie for everyone to see! Expand
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JavierD.Jul 14, 2007
The animation is beautiful, and better than most US films. the story is lovely, but the English version has been cut of crucial scenes. Try to see the original French. Hint: Arthur marries Selenia and will be the future king of the Minimoys.
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QuasW.Sep 15, 2008
Why did they cut some of the scenes in US release. It makes the story hard to understand. Its good, but better if it is complete.
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PhilJ.May 28, 2008
Rather boring story, but is totaly worthwhile to watch for it's characters. The relationship between Arthur and Selenia is what really got me interested. The age difference between the two actors didn't bother me at all. It is a Rather boring story, but is totaly worthwhile to watch for it's characters. The relationship between Arthur and Selenia is what really got me interested. The age difference between the two actors didn't bother me at all. It is a shame that the US versions had 10 minutes cut from it because of the deeper relationship between Arthur and Selenia. Well, I guess you can always watch the cut scenes on youtube. I'm looking forward to the sequels. Expand
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sil3nt_nickMar 27, 2013
Very creative with humor and great animation. Madonna did well crossing over from the music world to a kid's movie. Highmore did excellent as the lead role.
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SimpsonFansAug 31, 2016
When Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" broughtWhen Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" brought me back to my first movie star crush. Her name was Kira. She was a gelfing. She was the most beautiful...muppet, I had ever seen(way, way, way prettier than Miss Piggy). Even though "Arthur & the Invisibles" largely covers the same terrain as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", a scene like the one in which Arthur shares a rosebud-turned-bed with Princess Selenia, somewhat alleviates this formulaic film from the commercially-mandated instinct that it's noisy action in which audiences yearn for. The age difference between Arthur and Princess Selenia is provocative(they come close to kissing), but never sordid; always sweet. If "Arthur & the Invisibles" had more ambition and artistry, the filmmaker could've chopped the running time of this first adventure(a tired story about recovering rubies to help save the farm), and reunited the age-challenged couple when Arthur got older. Princess Selenia isn't like the dragon in the Peter, Paul & Mary folksong(she's corporeal), but Arthur's affinity for this Minimoy may not last once he starts meeting human girls; which is what's intriguing, and potentially fatalistic, about Princess Selenia's promise that she'll wait for him. Expand
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Tiber5Oct 28, 2016
When Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" broughtWhen Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" brought me back to my first movie star crush. Her name was Kira. She was a gelfing. She was the most beautiful...muppet, I had ever seen(way, way, way prettier than Miss Piggy). Even though "Arthur & the Invisibles" largely covers the same terrain as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", a scene like the one in which Arthur shares a rosebud-turned-bed with Princess Selenia, somewhat alleviates this formulaic film from the commercially-mandated instinct that it's noisy action in which audiences yearn for. The age difference between Arthur and Princess Selenia is provocative(they come close to kissing), but never sordid; always sweet. If "Arthur & the Invisibles" had more ambition and artistry, the filmmaker could've chopped the running time of this first adventure(a tired story about recovering rubies to help save the farm), and reunited the age-challenged couple when Arthur got older. Princess Selenia isn't like the dragon in the Peter, Paul & Mary folksong(she's corporeal), but Arthur's affinity for this Minimoy may not last once he starts meeting human girls; which is what's intriguing, and potentially fatalistic, about Princess Selenia's promise that she'll wait for him. Expand
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TiberCromwell50Nov 23, 2016
I liked this movie better than Happily N'ever After because there were little creatures named THE Minimoys, I call them the Invisibles, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hitI liked this movie better than Happily N'ever After because there were little creatures named THE Minimoys, I call them the Invisibles, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hit the glass, the gooey stuff melted the glass and he went to the backyard and that was really really really cool!!!!!!! It was very exciting and fun. I also liked the way they escaped from the water coming by getting through a door using the wind-up car that they found, enabling them to go faster and saving them. This really good part was when the boy found his grandpa's hidden treasure in the backyard. I really liked the graphics. In your Invisibles, Critics! :)
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LostVisitorNov 24, 2016
I liked this movie better than Happily N'ever After because there were little creatures named THE Minimoys, I call them the Invisibles, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hitI liked this movie better than Happily N'ever After because there were little creatures named THE Minimoys, I call them the Invisibles, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hit the glass, the gooey stuff melted the glass and he went to the backyard and that was really really really cool!!!!!!! It was very exciting and fun. I also liked the way they escaped from the water coming by getting through a door using the wind-up car that they found, enabling them to go faster and saving them. This really good part was when the boy found his grandpa's hidden treasure in the backyard. I really liked the graphics. In your Invisibles, Critics! :)
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Tiber590Nov 26, 2016
I liked this movie better than Happily N'ever After because there were little creatures named THE Minimoys, I call them the Invisibles, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hitI liked this movie better than Happily N'ever After because there were little creatures named THE Minimoys, I call them the Invisibles, and how the boy went into the telescope. At the end of the telescope was a little glass, and after he hit the glass, the gooey stuff melted the glass and he went to the backyard and that was really really really cool!!!!!!! It was very exciting and fun. I also liked the way they escaped from the water coming by getting through a door using the wind-up car that they found, enabling them to go faster and saving them. This really good part was when the boy found his grandpa's hidden treasure in the backyard. I really liked the graphics. In your Invisibles, Critics! :)
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ThisIsSparta666Dec 10, 2016
When Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" broughtWhen Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" brought me back to my first movie star crush. Her name was Kira. She was a gelfing. She was the most beautiful...muppet, I had ever seen(way, way, way prettier than Miss Piggy). Even though "Arthur & the Invisibles" largely covers the same terrain as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", a scene like the one in which Arthur shares a rosebud-turned-bed with Princess Selenia, somewhat alleviates this formulaic film from the commercially-mandated instinct that it's noisy action in which audiences yearn for. The age difference between Arthur and Princess Selenia is provocative(they come close to kissing), but never sordid; always sweet. If "Arthur & the Invisibles" had more ambition and artistry, the filmmaker could've chopped the running time of this first adventure(a tired story about recovering rubies to help save the farm), and reunited the age-challenged couple when Arthur got older. Princess Selenia isn't like the dragon in the Peter, Paul & Mary folksong(she's corporeal), but Arthur's affinity for this Minimoy may not last once he starts meeting human girls; which is what's intriguing, and potentially fatalistic, about Princess Selenia's promise that she'll wait for him. Expand
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PAMADec 10, 2016
When Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" broughtWhen Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" brought me back to my first movie star crush. Her name was Kira. She was a gelfing. She was the most beautiful...muppet, I had ever seen(way, way, way prettier than Miss Piggy). Even though "Arthur & the Invisibles" largely covers the same terrain as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", a scene like the one in which Arthur shares a rosebud-turned-bed with Princess Selenia, somewhat alleviates this formulaic film from the commercially-mandated instinct that it's noisy action in which audiences yearn for. The age difference between Arthur and Princess Selenia is provocative(they come close to kissing), but never sordid; always sweet. If "Arthur & the Invisibles" had more ambition and artistry, the filmmaker could've chopped the running time of this first adventure(a tired story about recovering rubies to help save the farm), and reunited the age-challenged couple when Arthur got older. Princess Selenia isn't like the dragon in the Peter, Paul & Mary folksong(she's corporeal), but Arthur's affinity for this Minimoy may not last once he starts meeting human girls; which is what's intriguing, and potentially fatalistic, about Princess Selenia's promise that she'll wait for him. Expand
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Pama300Dec 10, 2016
When Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" broughtWhen Arthur(Freddy Highmore) first encounters Princess Selenia(Madonna), a beautiful and indelibly feminine, but nevertheless, creature, who could've been a figment of his raconteur grandfather's imagination; "Arthur & the Invisibles" brought me back to my first movie star crush. Her name was Kira. She was a gelfing. She was the most beautiful...muppet, I had ever seen(way, way, way prettier than Miss Piggy). Even though "Arthur & the Invisibles" largely covers the same terrain as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids", a scene like the one in which Arthur shares a rosebud-turned-bed with Princess Selenia, somewhat alleviates this formulaic film from the commercially-mandated instinct that it's noisy action in which audiences yearn for. The age difference between Arthur and Princess Selenia is provocative(they come close to kissing), but never sordid; always sweet. If "Arthur & the Invisibles" had more ambition and artistry, the filmmaker could've chopped the running time of this first adventure(a tired story about recovering rubies to help save the farm), and reunited the age-challenged couple when Arthur got older. Princess Selenia isn't like the dragon in the Peter, Paul & Mary folksong(she's corporeal), but Arthur's affinity for this Minimoy may not last once he starts meeting human girls; which is what's intriguing, and potentially fatalistic, about Princess Selenia's promise that she'll wait for him. Expand
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