Arthur And The Invisibles

Arthur And The Invisibles
Arthur And The Invisibles




89 minutes


Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Live action combines with CGI to tell the inventive story of 10-year-old Arthur and his quest to keep his grandma's home from property developers. Guided by his missing granddad's diaries, the plucky youngster magically shrinks to micro-size and goes in search of a stash of rubies hidden in a miniature land in their backyard. It's populated by the Minimoys, a people so tiny they're considered invisible. But in trying to save his family, Arthur becomes an even greater hero when he helps defend his new friends from an evil warlord.

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