The Secret Of Moonacre (U)

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The Secret Of Moonacre
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Reviewer Anonymous
05/03/2009
I loved this film, the book was a favourite of mine as a child and I wasn't disappointed. The changes made to the script were warranted and it's the first film for a long time where all the children in the audience were spell-bound and therefore quiet from beginning to end! It's a children's film and was set at their level - brilliant.
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Reviewer Anonymous
17/02/2009
This is a brilliant fantasy which keeps children entertained and allows them to use their imagination, anyone who thinks this is a boring or DULL film lacks in personality and imagination and should get their eyes checked out. the film combines humour and adventure and to be honest it is pretty dam good and is the only film my dad has not fallen asleep watching the characters are believable and the story line is brilliant.
You must keep up with the story along the way to understand whats going on and people who dislike this film obviously have the attention span of a chipmunk and should stick to bob the builder since thats all they can understand. This film could not be better and incase you havent noticed or you cant read ink heart is completely boring and tasteless it is completely different to the book the film has had all of the books imagination taken out of it and incase you havent noticed they are all wearing 10 pence clothes from a charity shop so quit slagging of a brilliant film like moonacre when ink heart is still around.
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Reviewer Anonymous
08/02/2009
Great, the girls loved this - brilliant!!!
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