Arthur Christmas (2011)
Synopsis: A trip to Santa’s abode in the North Pole will be able to make you realize how Santa makes all those gifts. This fun-induced holiday movie presents Santa’s son Arthur, who does his best to complete a mission to make sure Christmas is not going to be screwed up.
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Distributor: Sony Pictures
Directed By: Sarah Smith
Cast: James McAvoy, Jim Broadbent and Bill Nighy
Movie Release Date: November 23, 2011
Arthur Christmas is another animation by Sony around how St. Nick gives gifts to kids everywhere in one night.
Few particulars have been put out about the movie now, as far as every bit is concerned, it doesn’t regard the children’s persona Arthur, who got a book titled Arthur’s Christmas, but simply it might be more or less about him. He’s a mouse who aided to save Christmas.
Thus the creature makes the story stirring, but it is only a mouse.
Director Barry Cook, who led Mulan over a decade ago, is part of the filmmaking team to direct Arthur Christmas, and we don’t have any idea what he has been making for the last 10 years.
We have always enjoyed animation– especially movies about Christmas. We can only hope that this will turn out to be a classic equal to Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer or A Charlie Brown Christmas.
There are quite too few details at press time to make any good assessment as to the potential caliber of the flick.
A movie like this about Christmas could be really big in the theaters. If it contains some magic in it, then we could see huge numbers, and a string of repeat shows during the holidays.