Written November 25, 2012
CGI Animation has come such a long way in only a few years, and this is the kind of movie that could only be done with it. It is aimed squarely at the under 12 set, which leaves the dialogue somewhat lacking for adults, but the storytelling is wonderful.
The character development is good, especially for the central character, Jack Frost, and for Bunny, definitely a counter-intuitive contrast. As my son, a design major, commented, the graphic design of the sets and backgrounds is remarkably good, feeling fully integrated into the story and very satisfying.
Definitely worth seeing, in spite of the slightly sticky sentimentality in it. The voice acting is fabulous, as is the integration between sound and images, and it is very entertaining and fun.
Written February 11, 2016
I was worried that my squeamish 6-year-old would be scared by this movie, as the previews seemed rather dark. Basing my judgment on previous reviews, however, three generations went and everyone absolutely loved it. The story is a bit dark, but the message is great and uplifting. Highly recommended.
Written June 26, 2016
My grandson and husband loved this movie. They definitely recommend it to everyone. My granddaughter and I went to see the Twilight movie, but my grandson said we have to go see this one too and he'll come again. That's saying a lot for a 6 year old boy!
Written October 23, 2016
Great family movie even saw my 17yr old son laugh. The tikes will thoroughly enjoy watching the Easter Bunny being the tough Australian and Jack Frost getting the Fairies eye. Very nice flick.
Written December 11, 2016
This was an enjoyable movie that had a decent number of emotional moments to it, be it happy or sad or even a little sappy. You feel for the heroes as well as the villain, and it is a rather unexpected ride throughout.
Hugh Jackman as the Easter Bunny was brilliant.