Inkheart

Inkheart
Inkheart

Year

2008

Duration

106 minutes

Genres

Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Adapted from Cornelia Funke's hugely successful book, this magical fantasy is a thrilling adventure and a wonderful tribute to the transporting power of fiction. Mo Folchart has an unusual ability: when he reads aloud, characters from books come alive. Sounds good? Well, yes and no - Mo and his daughter Maggie have paid a heavy price for this incredible power, and are now being pursued by the villains of a rare and mysterious book titled Inkheart. Filled with fabulous twists and imaginative flourishes, this is also distinguished by great performances from Helen Mirren as the imperious aunt Elinor and Paul Bettany as Dustfinger.

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Moderate fantasy violence and a couple of uses of mild bad language

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