Arthur And The Great Adventure

Arthur And The Great Adventure
Arthur And The Great Adventure




102 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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The sequel to Arthur and the Invisibles is a part animated, part live action rollercoaster ride based on Luc Besson’s bestselling series of children’s books. Freddie Highmore plays the title character, who undergoes a complex transformation in order to revisit a miniature race of pixie-like creatures called the Minimoys that live in his grandmother’s garden. This vibrant, fast paced film sees the wicked Emperor Maltazard put into place his evil plan to break into Arthur’s world and wreak havoc. The animated characters are voiced by some of the music world’s biggest stars, including the Black Eyed Peas’ and Stacy Ferguson, otherwise known as Fergie.


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Contains mild violence and scary scenes.

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