The Spiderwick Chronicles

The Spiderwick Chronicles
The Spiderwick Chronicles




92 minutes


Science Fiction and Fantasy



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At the centre of the grand Spiderwick Estate is an odd and spooky mansion, located miles from anywhere. So at first, when twin brothers Jared and Simon move in with their mum Helen, they're far from happy. But things look up considerably when they find what turns out to be a field guide to Spiderwick's hidden world of goblins, fairies, and assorted oddball creatures. Such a valuable item can't stay secret for long, however - and so it proves when a monstrous ogre comes after it for his own evil purposes. Adapted from the hugely popular series of Spiderwick fantasy novels, this is a visually dazzling treat.


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Contains scary moments, moderate fantasy violence, and a couple of uses of mild bad language

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