Written October 31, 2014
My son (17) and his friends loved it, especially the Russian Santa with the tattoos but my husband and I thought it was just OK. Maybe I'm over thinking but some explanation of why the "Guardians" look completely different from how most people see them in their mind's eye would help, Also why was the Boogie Man not called the Boogie Man but called Pitch Black? Needed more story development.
That said, teenagers love it and the fact that it was short was a plus
Written September 21, 2014
Wow, this was a great movie! I took my 9-year old and she literally sat on the edge of her seat the whole time. The entire FULL theater started cheering and clapping at the end; it was really wonderful. The story was incredibly meaningful and special and totally topped off the "belief" meter in my child, something I was worried about this Christmas at her age. Kids grow up so fast these days. Maybe now we'll get through this season with Santa intact for at least another year!
Written October 25, 2014
Movie Turned Out To Be Great!! Perfect time of year for movie an Good For the Young Kids As well!!! Took My Wife To See It Cuz It Was Anniversary And I Got Brownie Points!!!! So That Tells You Great Movie!! lol But It Really Is And It Grabs Your Attention Too!!!
Written November 25, 2012
For a group ages 7 - 50+ years old to be able to make reference to the jokes as well as special effects - the movie effectively creates a fairy tale with a nod to the real world. Put our group in the":holiday spirit" - lovely family film
Written July 31, 2014
This was a fun movie for my son and me. It is a good holiday picture for a child especially with all of the characters in it! I can't say which one I liked the best; however, I am glad the toothfairy encouraged brushing your teeth and left gold coins under the pillow because our toothfairy does that. ;-) Definitely take your kids to see this! It is fun for adults too!