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17 reviews / review this flick

Stardust 2007

description written by member Zara:

In a countryside town bordering on a magical land, a young man makes a promise to his beloved that he'll retrieve a fallen star by venturing into the magical realm.

Release Date:August 10th, 2007
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Directed By:
Matthew VaughnMatthew Vaughn
Written By:
No image existsNeil Gaiman
Jane GoldmanJane Goldman
Charlie CoxCharlie Cox
Claire DanesClaire Danes
Robert De NiroRobert De Niro
No image existsSienna Miller
Michelle PfeifferMichelle Pfeiffer
No image existsJason Flemyng
Rupert EverettRupert Everett
Ian McKellenIan McKellen
No image existsPeter O'Toole
Henry CavillHenry Cavill
No image existsRicky Gervais
No image existsDexter Fletcher
No image existsSarah Alexander
Mark StrongMark Strong
No image existsDavid Kelly
No image existsNathaniel Parker
No image existsMark Williams
No image existsBillie Whitelaw
No image existsMelanie Hill
No image existsKate Magowan
No image existsAdam Fogerty
No image existsMark Burns
No image existsAdam Buxton
No image existsJake Curran
No image existsJoanna Scanlan
No image existsJoanna Scanlon
Ben BarnesBen Barnes
No image existsJordan Long
No image existsElwin 'Chopper' David
No image existsFuschia Sumner
No image existsOlivia Grant
No image existsPeter Goodall
No image existsJosie Rees
No image existsFrank Ellis
No image existsTerry Murphy

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Stardust Movie Review by Movie Addict (5/24/2008)

I really had no idea what to expect out of this movie. It was billed to me as a "chick flick," but with enough eye-candy to keep the guys interested. Boy, were they wrong.

The movie is simply enchanting and a deep story about love and all it should mean. Claire Danes has somehow escaped my notice until now, but after her...

(complete Stardust review by Movie Addict)

Stardust Movie Review by Christie (5/22/2008)

If you're looking for something startling and mind boggling in the arena of fairy tales this isn't your flick. Stardust is a good movie complete with a full ingredient list of what fairy tales are made of. For instance, you've got your bumbling hero, the beautiful starlet (literally), the bad people that typically possess...

(complete Stardust review by Christie)

Stardust Movie Review by Filmkiller (4/8/2008)

It seems it has fallen to someone to balance the scales here. Stylistically speaking, I hate that people view fantasy as a blank check for silliness, tongue in cheek, and camp which too often is the case and is certainly no exception with Stardust, a story about a clueless boy (Charlie Cox) that goes in search of a...

(complete Stardust review by Filmkiller)

Stardust Movie Review by Misty (4/7/2008)

Let me first tell you that I fell asleep every time I tried to watch this flick, so I'm writing this based on the bits and pieces I saw...sort of patch working them together like a quilt. Secondly, I love fantasy!

This movie, I wasn't sure if I'd enjoy, simply because it seemed like it wasn't advertised much and didn't...

(complete Stardust review by Misty)

Stardust Movie Review by The Alpha Craig (1/11/2008)

This is a great fantasy/fairy tail. It is really cool to see how things we take for granted, like knowing that stars are merely distant suns, and interprets them as mystical beings. It is reminiscent of more an innocent time before science came along and took all the magic out of life, or just made it seem a little less...

(complete Stardust review by The Alpha Craig)

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