Adventure • PG • 2011 • 2 hr 6 min
Not a block buster, but a fun family film.
What? This is a Martin Scorsese movie? No, it's not that I didn't like it. In fact, I can't think of anything wrong with it. But Scorsese!?
Such a great kid’s movie. The story & acting are excellent, the costumes & set beautiful.
This is a very emotional masterpiece. Idk what they say about Mr. Scorsese's filmography but this one is his best creation. ❤️💜❤️💜❤️💜
Really good movie. It's stays with you im your memories.
It pays tribute to George Melies and also to the cinema itself. Amazing fantasy, breathtaking adventures, overwhelming images! A masterpiece
Dazzling story 4 all the family! Bags of true charm & the cast are at the top of their craft! Great crew 2 as the design is faultless! 🤗👌
Really fun to watch with family and kids
A completely committed film to the story of the book.
An unexpectedly great movie. The acting and story are great. From the very beginning you're pulled in and enthralled until the end.
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