Written January 15, 2013
Don't let the terrible marketing and nonsensical title keep you from seeing this movie. It's fun, funny, and sincere. May be a bit scary for the really little ones, but a great family flick.
Written November 25, 2012
This movie is great and fantastic. It gives a bit of happiness, sadness, and action all in one. The movie really will motivate people to still believe in these magical creatures.
Written July 26, 2014
The trailers for this were enough to take my 6 year old to this one and I am glad I did. An interesting take on all the "guardians" we as kids believed in and no longer do. From Santa to the tooth fairy to the Sandman all the way to newcomer Jack Frost. If you are taking your kid to this in the hopes of a christmas themed movie you will be disappointed. Yes Santa IS in in this movie but the time line takes places after Christmas leading up to Easter. The boogieman is looking to strip the children of the world of their belief in the Guardians and its up to the Guardians to take it back. A true battle between good and evil and all the kids in the theatre (mine included) loved it. Go see it and just enjoy a great story and once again amazing animation. I highly recommend.
Written August 27, 2014
Go see this film. It will awaken the child in you. Be sure to sit in the house with a lot of kids.
Some darker elements might be too much for very young kids, so mommies and daddies don’t bring the toddlers. 5 & up.
The magic is so special. and you find yourself clapping and wanting to cheer out loud.
Great story, perfect time to come out, go see for yourself. Hope is something we create, and our fears can make them vanish.
Written November 22, 2012
If you are a parent with kids under 11, it's a good movie. There's the predictable villain and heros, but a clever slant on how kids can believe in fairies, Santa, the Easter Bunny, etc..