The Professional’s Luc Besson has made a fair share of artfully bad movies. Arthur and the Invisibles — half-live-action, half-CG kid’s adventure — is (by a hair) more bad-bad, like The Fifth Element, than good-bad, like The Big Blue. Freddie Highmore is a kid who, to save his granny’s farm, must turn into a cartoon and enter the tiny world of the Minimoys. There he engages in some derivative derring-do and romances a princess voiced by Madonna. She and Highmore are officially the weirdest voice-over pairing of all time.
Arthur and the InvisiblesThe Professional's Luc Besson has made a fair share of artfully bad movies. Arthur and the Invisibles — half-live-action,...Arthur and the InvisiblesLuc BessonPT102MPGThe Professional's Luc Besson has made a fair share of artfully bad movies. Arthur and the Invisibles — half-live-action,...2007-01-17MadonnaThe Weinstein Company
Starring: Freddie Highmore; Starring: Madonna; Director: Luc Besson; Author: Luc Besson; Release Date Wide: 01/12/2007; Runtime (in minutes): 102; MPAA Rating: PG; Distributor: The Weinstein Company
Posted January 17 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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