Didgeridoo Dreamtime - Mark Atkins

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Didgeridoo Dreamtime - Mark Atkins

Director Matthew Vaughn (LOCK, STOCK, AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS) takes his experience with credible crime capers and applies it to the fantasy genre in ...

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Super

“What do stars do? THEY SHINE”

published 21/10/2007

ProBrilliant story, brilliant actors, plenty of actio...

ConsA bit long

I am a big kid at heart, I still love to watch Disney and animated films. When I saw the trailers for Stardust on television I was captivated, a smattering of famous faces, tales of far away lands and treasures, right up my street. Although I didn't really plan to go and see it, lack of time...

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Excellent

“Wish Upon A Star”

published 11/12/2007

ProFantastic adventure for the whole family

ConsNone

It's been a good year for film, franchises revived, big screen blockbusters, small low budget gems. I have seen more movies in 2007 than any single year, and I have found myself so many times writing "This is my film of the year!" Now thankfully with a few days of the year left I can again say...

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Excellent

ProSweet story, good actors, fun to watch.

ConsVery predictable.

I have just gotten around to watching this film today and was actually amazed that there were reviews already. I'm 16 and PG always tends to put me off watching films but I decided I'd go as it was something to do, I loved it. I think the main reason I loved this movie was because of the amazing...

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Excellent

“Star light, star bright!”

published 01/04/2009

ProGreat cast and plot

ConsA bit predictable towards the end

This was one of those films that I had been meaning to see for ages but have only just got round to it! I am a bit of Take That fan (shhh don't tell everyone!) and they performed the theme tune tot this song. When this song was released I decided to give this film a go! I am a fan of fantasy...

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Excellent

Progreat storyline, very captivating and well filmed

Consnot as publicised as I would have expected

I was invited to the cinema with my mum and sister today and had little else to do so went along with them. When I asked about the film they replied 'Stardust' as if I had heard of it before. THE FILM -------------------- The film is directed by Matthew Vaughn and is based on Neil Gaiman's Novel...

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Excellent

ProFun adventure film with something for everyone

Consrated PG13 and has some scarier and more adult mom...

Beginning one hundred and fifty years ago Stardust is set in the English village of Wall so named because of the stone wall it is built next to which as legend has it protects and hides the portal to another world. The story begins with an English young man known as Dunstan (Ben Barnes/Nathaniel...

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Good

“Enjoyable fantasy romp”

published 18/03/2010

ProRobert De Niro as Captain Shakepeare

ConsComedy and fantasy never really mix

StarDust is a 2007 film starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro, and Clare Danes, it is an adaptation of Neil Gaimans novel of the same name. Synopsis England is separated from the magical kingdom of Stormhold by a wall, at the village of Wall. This wall has stood for centuries guarded 24...

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Excellent

ProAll-Star Cast, Amazing Story, Brilliant.

ConsNone.

[This review is also on DooYoo under the same username.] Main Characters: --------------------- Yvaine: Claire Danes Lamia: Michelle Pfeiffer Captain Shakespeare: Robert De Niro Tristan: Charlie Cox Victoria: Sienna Miller Ferdy the Fence: Ricky Gervais King: Peter O'Toole Plot: ------ A fairy...

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Excellent

ProMix of actors and interesting characters

ConsEnding was predictable

About the film Stardust, a fantasy film, was released in 2007. It is rated PG due to some fantasy violence and is 128 minutes long. The script was written by Jane Goldman (Jonathan Ross's wife) and Matthew Vaughn and the narration is by Sir Ian McKellen. The film had a $70 million budget and went...

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Excellent

ProGreat cast, exciting storyline

ConsNone

I originally became interested in seeing Stardust when I saw an advert in the cinema but didn't actually see it till it was on DVD. When in Asda one night we saw this DVD and thought we would give it a go. Stardust is a fairytale but not just a normal boring one, it has many exciting twists and...

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Excellent

ProBrilliant story line for all the family

Conssome special effects

I did want to see this at the cinemas when I saw if first come out, except I was too busy and I couldn't arrange anything, so I waited for it to be released on DVD, but still that was expensive so I waited and waited until it became 3 for £20 in HMV and we managed 2 other DVDs to go with it, and...

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Excellent

“Twinkle, Twinkle little,,,,,”

published 13/03/2008

ProA good fun film with plenty of action and effects

ConsNone

I have not written many movie reviews simply because there are plenty of people writing on here that do a really great job in this category and to be honest I really don't get the time to sit and watch many films. I mainly end up seeing films with the kids and having 2 boys aged 9 and 11 they are...

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Super

“Stardust”

published 21/12/2007

ProAn excellent storyline

ConsRicky Gervais is annoying

---------------- THE PLOT ---------------- Adapted from Neil Gaiman's novel of the same name, STARDUST follows the adventures of Tristan Thorne, who promises to retrieve a fallen star to present to the love of his life, Victoria, in order to prove how much he loves her. However the fallen star...

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Excellent

“Fantasy Fun!!”

published 02/11/2008

ProGreat Cast, Story and Special Effects!!

ConsNot Enough Special Features!!

I'm a massive fan of fantasy film. Therefore, when I saw that Stardust was going to be released on DVD, I popped out to the shops and secured my copy. And I wasn't disappointed!! Tristan [Charlie Cox] is in love. But not just with anyone. He has fallen for the beautiful and popular Victoria...

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Excellent

“Best Film of the Year”

published 27/02/2008

ProEverything

ConsNothing

I am writing a review on the Movie Stardust brought out in 2008 Stardust is directed by Matthew Vaughn and i can say he done one excellent Job.I seen this film in the cinema and loved it to bits, and then i cudnt wait for it to come out on DVD so i could see it again, and it came out on Monday 25...

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Product Information : Didgeridoo Dreamtime - Mark Atkins

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Director Matthew Vaughn (LOCK, STOCK, AND TWO SMOKING BARRELS) takes his experience with credible crime capers and applies it to the fantasy genre in this charming but not too precious adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel. The many threads of the story intertwine seamlessly, unfolding at an unforced pace that complements the movie's magical special effects. Charlie Cox (CASANOVA) stars as Tristan, a somewhat bumbling shopkeeper’s assistant in the sleepy English village of Wall, so named for the stone barrier that separates it from the magical realm of Stormhold. Tristan is in love with the beautiful, dismissive Victoria (Sienna Miller), who much prefers her other suitor, Humphrey (Henry Cavill), since he has travelled all the way to Ipswich to buy her an engagement ring. Tristan, in a last-ditch effort to win Victoria's affections, offers to bring her a fallen star they've just seen, and she agrees to marry him if he can deliver. Unbeknownst to Tristan, he is the product of his father's (Nathaniel Parker) sole excursion to Stormhold, where he had a tryst with a mysterious slave girl (Kate Magowan) who said she was a princess. As Tristan retraces his father’s steps he discovers that the 'star' is actually a beautiful young woman named Yvaine (Claire Danes). A trio of witches, led by a delightfully wicked Michelle Pfeiffer, wants to capture Yvaine to cut out her heart and gain eternal youth, while the three remaining sons of the recently deceased king (Peter O'Toole) compete with one another to find the gem Yvaine wears around her neck. With special effects that never outshine the performances and a sweet story peppered with hints of Gaiman's dark sensibility, STARDUST is a truly enchanting fairy tale.

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