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Inkheart 2009

description written by member Zara:

"Inkheart" revolves around a girl whose father has the power to bring characters from books to life by reading aloud. When a villainous ruler and his band of rogues from a children's fable kidnap the man, his daughter and her friends, both real and imaginary, must rescue him. Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire penned the bigscreen adaptation of German author Cornelia Funke's fantasy novel, the first of a trilogy. "Inkspell" was published last fall, and "Inkdawn" will be out next year.

Release Date:January 23rd, 2009
MPAA Rating:PG
Directed By:
No image existsIain Softley
Written By:
No image existsDavid Lindsay-Abaire
No image existsCornelia Funke
Brendan FraserBrendan Fraser
Andy SerkisAndy Serkis
Paul BettanyPaul Bettany
No image existsHelen Mirren
Jim BroadbentJim Broadbent
No image existsSienna Guillory
No image existsJamie Foreman
No image existsTereza Srbova
No image existsMarnix Van Den Broeke
No image existsMatt King
No image existsLesley Sharp
No image existsRichard Strange
No image existsStephen Modell
No image existsJay Fuller
No image existsRafi Gavron
No image existsDavid Stevenson
Alex ArgentiAlex Argenti
No image existsSteve Speirs
No image existsEliza Bennett
No image existsSteve Speirs
No image existsAdam Bond
No image existsAntonio Gil
No image existsMirabel O'Keefe
No image existsMike Godfrey
No image existsLeeroy Bailey
No image existsMike Busson

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Inkheart Movie Review by Krissy (7/2/2009)

What a boring movie this was! I had high hopes for it, but was completely disappointed. I hate to say it but after watching the H.P. series most movies of this sort seem to fall flat. I have no clue how it ended as I went to bed three quarters of the way through, and my munchkins went off to play air hockey. I felt like I...

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Inkheart Movie Review by Zara (6/28/2009)

I suppose the biggest problem with this film was the book which it was taken from. I started reading the Inkheart first novel (there are two subsequent books, "Inkspell" and "Inkdeath" and based on the poor box office reception for this one, I don't think they'll get made) and realized how bloated and verbose it was for a...

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Inkheart Movie Review by Lloyd (2/12/2009)

I like brendan fraser, I love helen mirren, I like ian softley(a cool name too), and of course the delightful jim broadbent but I am not sure what happened here. Like another reviewer wrote here at match flick, at times it was hard to follow, I agree but I'm not sure what happened. I tried to follow the movie closely but...

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Inkheart Movie Review by Jarrod (1/26/2009)

'Inkheart' is based on a bestselling fantasy novel by Cornelia Funke, described as the German equivalent of JK Rowling, though I don't know how large her following is outside of Europe, or maybe even outside of Germany, where she is wildly popular. 'Inkheart' is the first book of a series, so expect adaptations of its...

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Inkheart Movie Review by RONNIE (1/23/2009)

INKHEART, this movie is a fantasy tail good for all ages however; the story was a little difficult to follow others thought so to. The movie had nice outdoor settings and pretty scenery. Elinor Loredan played by Helen Mirren, she was a comic relief in the movie portraying a kind of dippy person but well liked. In brief,...

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