Adventure • PG-13 • 2007 • 1 hr 55 min
I liked it because it brought the book to life for me although the special effects were not the best.
Very cool and different animation for its time. Exciting story and recreation of the epic poem.
The animation creeps a lot of people out but there's still a great adaptation of Beowulf here.
A great action movie that has tone of battles and giant monsters.
Like a whole movie with the quality of an old video game monologue with cut scenes.
I thought this was good. It’s not very often you get a movie that’s animated for adults. I saw the unrated version that has more gore.
Interesting animation and a very cool way to retell a classic story. Enjoyed this.
It’s flawed, but still enjoyable, intense, well acted, gorgeous to look at and for the most part, very intriguing.
Great source material and an interesting style weren't enough to lift this out of mediocrity
Decent animated fantasy movie, Greta animation style and characters. Worth watching
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