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Arthur Christmas [DVD] [2011]
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 15 November 2011
What a nice little movie this is. Arthur Christmas is very predictable but also a very enjoyable animated comedy that the whole family can enjoy. Aardman animation have now become the British version of Pixar, with Chicken Run, Wallace and Grommitt in The Curse Of The Wererabbit, the underrated Flushed Away and now Arthur Christmas, a charming tale about Santa's youngest son, Arthur, who is determined to make sure a little girl gets her christmas present after it accidentally gets left behind at the north pole. A very good voice cast, James Mcavoy is Arhur, Jim Broadbent is Santa, Hugh Laurie is Arthur's oldest brother and next in line to take over the family business, Steve and Bill Nighy is Grandpa Santa, nearly stealing the entire movie. Animation is very good and there are lots of neat and very funny touches like Santa's elf helpers acting like a marine commando squad when delivering presents, the huge sleigh that looks like a huge spaceship which explains how Santa delivers all the presents in one night and some great and very memorable characters. This will leave you with a big silly grin despite the very predictable plot and only the hardest of hearts or a real grinch could possibly hate it.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
To be honest, I thought this was going to be a pretty bad movie - the tacky 'Arthur Christmas' themed lights in Oxford Street really put me off. However, I was surprised to find that Arthur Christmas was given a rating of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes and some really praising reviews.

Arthur Christmas is a brilliant and unique take on the build up to Christmas and exactly how Santa delivers all those gifts. The story starts on Christmas Eve with Steve Santa - Santa's first son, and heir to the title of 'Santa', carrying out a mission-impossible styled operation to get billions of presents delivered on time. Of course, this is done with the help of the 'S1' - a massive space ship, and thousands of trained elves. The night is a great success and they manage to deliver every single present to every good child around the globe without being spotted. However, soon after their celebrations, an elf, Bryony, discovers an undelivered present! She immediately alerts Steve and his personal assistant of this; however, Steve, who takes a rather militant attitude towards Christmas giving, argues that one undelivered present is a minimal error and there is absolutely no way they can deliver the present with only two hours until sunrise. Arthur Christmas, Santa's younger son, overhears this and is distraught to hear that one little girl won't be getting a present from Santa this year. Arthur's grandfather proposes that Arthur and himself fly The Evie - the old Christmas sleigh - all the way to England to make sure the last present gets delivered and after a bit of nudging, nervous Arthur agrees to it. So, Grand-Santa and Athur embark on an adventure to England but things aren't plain sailing - they even have a run in with some African lions!

Every single voice in this movie is recognisable as they have used a star-studded voice-over cast including: James McAvoy as Arthur, Hugh Laurie as Steve, Jim Broadbent as Santa, Bill Nighy as Grand-Santa, Imelda Staunton as Mrs Santa, Ashley Jensen (Ugly Betty's Christina) and even glimpses of Robbie Coltrane and Eva Longoria! Each and every voice perfectly matches the personality and appearance of each character. This absolutely fantastic cast along with the heart-warming plot and brilliant animation led to Arthur Christmas being nominated for a long list of awards including Best Animated Feature Film at the Golden Globe Awards.

This is an absolutely brilliant, feel-good, Christmas movie that all families need to see! This film had me smiling fondly from beginning to end and even laughing out loud at some points because for once- the humour is actually funny. You can't help but love Arthur Christmas for his true Christmas spirit and his warm heart and the ending should leave everyone with a satisfied grin on their faces. So Christmas this year may be over, but if you want to hang on to the festivities for a couple more days then I highly recommend watching Arthur Christmas for all the family! If you're already packing away your Christmas things for this year, then buy this on DVD for next year - it's definitely worth it!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 14 December 2012
There are few movies these days that are enjoyed by myself, my partner and our 4 year old in equal measures - but Arthur Christmas is one of them!
We watched this at our local independent cinema in Dartington last year and loved it - we have waited for it to come out on DVD ever since (alwasy annnoying with Christmas movies - you have to wait until the following Christmas for the DVD release).
We have watched this twice again already and I'm sure we will again. Very modern and relevant for today's demanding audience. I wouldn't just rate this as one of the best Christmas movies, I would rate this as one of the best animated movies out there.
You will not be dissapointed.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on 11 December 2011
I promised to take our grand children aged 7 and10 - my husband wasn't going to bother until he realised it was created by the Wallace and Gromit team! What a great family film. Humour for all ages topical,mixed with tradition: a moral to the story and lots of cracking one liners, we can't wait for the DVD to be released so that elderly relatives can view at home, and we can watch it again!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on 29 October 2012
I went to see this in the cinema last year and absolutely loved it! It's just a really good family Christmas film, right up my street! I can't wait to get it and stick it on in a few weeks :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Arthur Christmas is one of those rare computer generated films which is lucky enough to have things in common with such greats as Toy Story and Shrek, i.e. it can be watched on many levels and therefore enjoyed by both adults and children.

It tells the (very British) story of Father Christmas' operation and how he, and his family, plus an army of highly-trained elves, delivers presents to all the boys and girls on one night. However, his family-run business hits a rocky patch when one little girl is accidentally missed out, threatening to ruin Father Christmas' good name in the process. Step up Arthur (youngest son of Father) Christmas, who with the help of an elf with an obsession of wrapping things in pretty paper and bows, plus his aging (and slightly senile) Grandfather (aka `Grand Santa') set about making the one last drop on Christmas Eve in which to get the present to the girl before she wakes up and thinks Father Christmas has forgotten about her.

It's not a particularly complicated story and, on hearing about it, I first wondered how much mileage could be made out of it. The trailer looks impressive, but sometimes they squeeze all the best gags into the ninety second trailer and there's nothing left for the film itself. Luckily, this is not the case. The story is truly charming. It highlights the best of British (vocal) acting talent and weaves it into a heartfelt story about family at Christmas with jokes that will make children chuckle, while others will go straight over their heads for `parents only' to enjoy.

I'm no fan of Christmas. I think it's overhyped, expensive and too commercial. Many a Christmas ever I've locked out the three well-meaning ghosts, but Arthur Christmas even managed to make me feel almost festive - an emotion that Dudley Moore couldn't even manage in his Father Christmas movie. That's how good Arthur Christmas really is (unless I'm experiencing a mid life crisis a few years early).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 8 November 2012
We cant really say anythting as we would spoil it, only thing I will tell you is that apart from the obvious idea that is promoted here, what touched me pesonaly is the union of a large team to make children happy, uncoditionaly and by all means.

This goes to my top along with Megamind and Coraline.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a great Christmas story for the techno-weenie kid who asks all kind of questions about Christmas. In this updated tale, British accent Santa delivers all of his toys via a futuristic spaceship looking vehicle piloted by his son Steve. His other son, Arthur diligently answers the mail. After a successful Christmas, it was discovered that one toy was overlooked.

While Santa and Steve don't fret over the situation, Arthur and Grandsanta take on the quest the traditional way with a host of reindeer, whose names Grandsanta can't quite remember.

This is a funny and heart warming story kids and adults can both enjoy. I was pleasantly surprised in spite of the fact it ignored time zones.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on 29 February 2012
Today you get an impression of the amount of lag there sometimes is between me seeing a film and getting the time to actually write down my impressions of it. Tis the start of spring, yet I am now getting around to reviewing 2011's big Christmas hit `Arthur Christmas'. Brought to you by the Claymation talents of Aardman, but like with their earlier (and criminally under looked) `Flushed Away' this is a CGI affair, rather than their more famed plasticine creations. `Arthur' tells the story of Father Christmas' son Arthur and his refusal to allow even one child to go without at Christmas. So far so sickly sweet, but there is an added bit of spice to the film that lifts it from empty child fantasy into something all the family can enjoy - humour.

`Arthur Christmas' is a funny film, especially when Bill Nighy's Grandpa Christmas is on screen. The great Claymation may not be in evidence, but the Aardman funny bone is. Directors Sarah Smith and Barry Cook manage to balance the films comedy whilst still being able to make it a `true meaning of Christmas' style film. Children will enjoy the experience of being in Santa's Grotto, whilst the adults can enjoy some of the sly digs. I am not always a fan of moments being in kids films for the grownups, but in this case it works.

After watching `Arthur Christmas' I was filled with the joys of the season and this is what this type of film should do. The voice cast was filled with great British actors inc. McAvoy, Laurie and Nighy and they are all excellent. However, there is no denying that this film is not up to the standards of `Wallace and Gromit and the Curse of the Were-Rabbit'. I believe this is due to time. A CGI film is relatively quick to make, whilst Claymation takes years. With manual animation you spend countless hours studying the sets and keep adding to them as you think up new visual gags - Wallace is full of them, whilst `Arthur' is strangely devoid of them. Perhaps they did not have time to add that extra Aardman magic to the film.

Being worse than `Wallace and Gromit' is no shame in itself, most things are. `Arthur' remains one of the best recent Christmas films and will be a standard of the season for decades to come.
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on 27 July 2014
ARTHUR CHRISTMAS [2011] [3D Blu-ray + 2D Blu-ray + ULTRAVIOLET] Operation Santa Claus Is Coming To Town! Ever Wondered How 2 Billion Presents Get Delivered All In One Night! Supremely Clever Aardman Comedy!

How can Santa deliver billions of presents to the whole world in just one night? With an army of one million combat-style Field Elves and a vast state-of-the-art control centre under the ice of the North Pole! So how could this incredible operation have missed one child? To Santa's young son Arthur Claus, it threatens to end the magic of Christmas. With retired Grand-santa, a rebellious young elf, an old sleigh and some untrained reindeer, together with Arthur Claus they set out on a crazy mission to deliver the last present! Deck the halls with excitement, fun and wonder in this new Christmas classic!

Voice Cast: James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, Bill Nighy, Jim Broadbent, Imelda Staunton, Ashley Jensen, Marc Wootton, Laura Linney, Eva Longoria, Ramona Marquez, Michael Palin, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Robbie Coltrane, Joan Cusack, Rhys Darby, Jane Horrocks, Iain McKee, Andy Serkis, Dominic West, Ryan Patrick Donahoe, Finlay Duff, Rich Hall, Clint Dyer, Donnie Long, Jerry Lambert, Deborah Findlay, David Schneider, Ian Ashpitel, Julia Davis, Kerry Shale, Tamsin Greig, Alistair McGowan, Brian Cummings (uncredited), Seeta Indrani (uncredited), David Menkin (uncredited) and Ryan Zamo (Promotion Elf (voice) uncredited)

Director: Sarah Smith

Producers: Carla Shelley, David Sproxton, Peter Lord and Steve Pegram

Screenplay: Peter Baynham and Sarah Smith

Composer: Harry Gregson-Williams

Cinematography: Jericca Cleland

Video Resolution: 1080p

Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1

Audio: English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, Spanish: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, Hindi: 5.1, Catalan: 5.1 and English Audio Description Service

Subtitles: English, English SDH, Hindi and Spanish

Running Time: 97 minutes

Region: All Regions

Number of disc: 1

Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment / Aardman Animations

Andrew's Blu-ray Review: Aardman Animations and the festive holidays have gone together for as long as most people can remember. And yet, the vast majority of holiday animation has been television specials, short films, and direct-to-video films. There has been no shortage of theatrical features that centres on Christmas, but they have overwhelmingly been live-action productions. In recent years, that seems to be changing. Last decade, two expensive Robert Zemeckis motion capture films `The Polar Express' [2004] and `A Christmas Carol' [2009] joined the previously pitiful ranks of `The Nutcracker Prince' [1990] and `Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas' [1993] But there is no doubt that `Arthur Christmas' [2011] a product of Sony Pictures Animation and Aardman Animations, fits the bill 100%.

This computer-animated family film, Aardman Animations first since the underperforming `Flushed Away' [2006] and parting with DreamWorks, against some formidable fellow PG-rated competition in `The Muppets Movie' [2012] and `HUGO' [2011] as well as `Happy Feet Two' [2011]. ‘Arthur Christmas' settled for a fourth place debut. As an Aardman Animations film, ‘Arthur Christmas’ hailed from England and it performed better with us in the UK and certain other markets.

As its title implies, `Arthur Christmas' is a fully-fledged Christmas animation film, immersed in the North Pole lore on which many modern celebrations focus. Arthur Claus [James McAvoy] is the son of the 20th and current Santa Claus, a man named Malcolm [Jim Broadbent] who has held the position for forty years. Arthur Claus's older brother Steven "Steve" Claus [Hugh Laurie], the efficient Mission Control supervisor who has white hair and a Christmas tree-shaped goatee, expects their father to hand over the reins this year, as their grandfather Grand-Santa [Bill Nighy] did back in 1941. Even ignoring seniority, there is no question as to who will inherit the job. Arthur's enthusiasm greatly exceeds his coordination. The elves talk about his clumsy ways behind his back. And he's been assigned to answering children's letters largely to get him out of the way of more pressing matters.

The film opens on Christmas Eve and updates us on Santa's present-day delivery methods. You won't find Santa flying a sled pulled by eight reindeer anymore. Nowadays, Santa flies a massive aircraft, accompanied by dozens of elves who sneak inside houses and make necessary arrangements for the big guy with high-tech gadgetry and spy precision. All that Santa has to do is drop the right present under the tree and move on to the next chimney. The productiveness offers an explanation for the age-old question of how can one man gets to every child in the world in a single night.

Wrapping up what appears to be another successful Christmas and Santa announces his intention to not retire, before taking to his room for his desperately needed rest. But, our hero, the colourfully-sweater Arthur Claus discovers one present has not been delivered: a bicycle intended for a girl named Gwen Hines, whose letter he has answered; in Trelew, Cornwall in the Southern part of England. Steve and Santa are ready to make peace with the oversight, accepting it as a statistically insignificant blemish on an otherwise perfectly executed holiday. But Arthur Claus isn't about to give up. He, the 136-year-old Grand-Santa, and a wrapping elf named Bryony [Ashley Jensen] trot out the old-fashioned sled affectionately called Evie and eight reindeer in an effort to make the delivery before little Gwen Hines [Ramona Marquez] can wake up to Christmas morning disappointment.

The three unlikely companions do not have the best sense of direction and their mission becomes a wild international adventure with wrong stops made in the Sahara desert and a town in Mexico. Back at the North Pole, Steven "Steve" Claus, the elves, and Malcolm “Santa" Claus scramble to make things right while dealing with a computer system meltdown and antiquated communications methods.

Aardman Animations hasn't had the volume of output to be recognised as one of animation's big animation producers, but creatively they have been quite extraordinary, as their perfect streak of overwhelming critical approval confirms. Their first eligible effort ‘Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit’ [2005] won the Best Animated Feature Oscar, an honour interestingly announced three months after ‘Chicken Run' [2000] started winning over critics and cinema audiences. With just four of their pictures qualified, Aardman Animations has as many wins in the category as Studio Ghibli and DreamWorks' ridiculously productive in-house division. True, Wallace's win came during PIXAR's last literally off year. But it was no fluke. The reason why we went five years without an Aardman Animations film was because this studio takes great pride in its work. They have each been technically artful, scripturally substantive, and is in my opinion, a very funny computer animation film.

`Arthur Christmas' keeps the studio away from its painstaking signature stop-motion, but still manages to deliver in all the important ways. The film is extremely inspired visually and plenty taut in its structure. Neither of those facts would matter much if it wasn't anchored in appealing humour, genuine heart, and winning personalities, which, it is. Like PIXAR on their usual game, Aardman Animations makes it look so easy. Obviously, both studios pour considerable time, thought, and talent into their movies. Other animation houses don't have as much of that to go around or simply don't push themselves to excel. There's plenty of money to be made in "good enough" family entertainment, even when using that definition loosely. But that mentality clearly doesn't fly very often at PIXAR or Aardman Animations.

While `Arthur Christmas' dazzled me consistently as does all the other brilliant Aardman Animations other features, and it is nonetheless a film full of joyous exuberance, lots of good ideas, and respect for its viewers. Santa and the North Pole are well-tread terrain that gives you a great deal of creative leeway. But director Sarah Smith and her co-writer Peter Baynham, both veterans of live-action British television comedy, seize opportunities to make this interpretation stand out. Santa himself does the least of any leading character, allowing the rarely regarded notion of the position's lineage to entertain us with distinctive past and potential occupants. There is little question of how things will turn out and no doubt about where our sympathies are towards. These thoughts rarely cross our minds, though, as breath-taking digital canvases, amusing action sequences, and smart jokes keep us engaged and smiling.

Like virtually all of today's big budget feature animations, `Arthur Christmas' was made and theatrically exhibited in 3D, a fact that might very well have had a negative impact on its ticket sales. Though not reliant on in-your-face gimmickry, the film's sets and flying subjects do lend themselves to certain depth effects, no matter how trivial. That is something to consider as you decide which of the film's two physical media editions is right for you: the single-disc Blu-ray 3D, which you can either view in 3D or 2D images. Like most of Sony's newest releases, all Blu-ray discs come equipped with an UltraViolet copy, an increasingly studio-preferred alternative to digital copy files for device streaming and computer download.

Blu-ray Video Quality – `Arthur Christmas' features a solid spectacular Blu-ray 3D image. The picture offers amazing good general depth and will truly leave viewers breathless with the scope of the 3D picture element. To be sure, that added depth benefits all of the big, sprawling S-1 interiors that will have you spouting "holy smokes" sort of eye-popping moment. The depth is totally brilliant, and portrays the ship's massive interior, that is totally eye popping insight for the viewer. The 3D effect works best in several scenes depicting the crowds of the thousands of elves. In such shots, the sense of space between them, even as they are bunched together and is very clear, and each one down the line from front to back takes on a very real, tangible shape. A few elements are also nice and shapely, such as the mailbox in which Gwen drops her letter to Santa at film's open. Otherwise, the 3D visuals are totally awesome and especially with the elves dropping down from the S-1 on a gift-giving mission look as if they're about to burst through the screen. On the other hand, the general picture images attributes also sparkle. The image carries over the same fantastic colour from the 2D on the Blu-ray disc, and there's no obvious drop in vibrancy from 2D to 3D. Details remain really sharp and very well defined, too. This is a fantastic awesome 3D image, and will have you saying, "WOW! What an amazing 3D image" and of course you have the choice of whether you want to watch it in either 3D or 2D, but my money is on the 3D version, as it really hits the nail on the head!

Blu-ray Audio Quality – `Arthur Christmas' features a 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack that's up to the challenge of complimenting the film's rich visuals. The track excels in presenting everything with just the right sense of harmony and balance, creating a realistic atmosphere in every location. Whether the sense of cavernous space and the various beeps and bloops aboard the S-1 or the sounds of the sea, the African desert, or the barely audible early morning small town England effects, the Sony Pictures audio track, offers a totally precision listening experience, that shapes every single environmental dynamics, with the utmost accuracy. There's a nice sense of power and heftiness to the S-1 in exterior scenes, and some of the more action-oriented sound effects play very well, with natural spacing, great clarity, and faultless balance. Music, likewise, features the same characteristics, playing with natural spacing and fine clarity. Dialogue is crisp and faultlessly delivered, even finding just the right amount of space whether in intimate scenes or wider shots featuring the spoken word gently echoing through larger locales. This is a first-rate soundtrack that should please listeners of all ages.

Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

Special Feature: The Christmas Family Tree [2011] [1080p] [10:10] Covers the film's characters with more crew and voice cast comments.

Special Feature: Santa's Soldiers [2011] [1080p] [9:07] Applies the same treatment to the elves.

Special Feature: Un-wrapping Arthur Christmas [2011] [1080p] [13:26] Is a standard promotional making-of documentary, relying heavily on film clips, recording studio-film split screens, and crew and voice cast members describing the film as if you haven't already seen it. It's better than nothing, but it's a lot less substantial than a companion to an Aardman Animations film should be.

Special Feature: Behind-The-Scenes of "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" [2011] [1080p] [1:40] A behind the scenes short and lets Justin Bieber discuss the video obnoxiously and this is a totally miss, otherwise you will throw up. So get ready with the sick bag.

Special Feature: "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town" by Justin Beiber [2011] [1080p] [2:33] This Justin Bieber Music Video, is the audio version predominately played over the end credits. as they roll up the screen. Anyway the actual "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town" Music Video, finds our obnoxious Justin Bieber singing in a toy factory and exposing a busy vest. Whatever possessed Sony Pictures to ever contemplate having this horrendous pubescent childlike person included in this Blu-ray, is beyond my comprehension?

Special Feature: Progression Reels [2011] [1080p] [13:51] The filmmakers get all technical on how scenes were created. Adults will probably like this more than kids. It is informative on how much is involved in the different settings, costumes, and movements of the elves and even something as trivial as the hair of the characters. They go into more detail about Arthur’s office, the spectacle of Grand-Santa, the exciting invasion and much more.

Special Feature: Elf Recruitment Video [2011] [1080p] [1:03] This merely promotes the film with clips and graphics. The animation film is of more ordinary trailers, including a teaser featuring unique animation of Arthur Claus addressing viewers, are unconscionably absent here.

Finally, `Arthur Christmas' takes a stab at answering all of the usual Santa Claus questions, does Santa Claus exist, how does he deliver presents in record time, how does he keep it all organised, how many elves are there, what does he do when he retires, who takes over for him after all the years and approaches them all with resounding joy, visual delights, and heartfelt honesty. This is easily one of the best Christmas animation films of the decade, if not the very best, and certainly at the top amongst films of this magnitude, of such high quality animation and voice work. Aardman Animations goes straight to your heart, because there's a simple joy and pure honesty to `Arthur Christmas' that's totally unique to the animation film and also the embodiment of holiday cheer. Sony Pictures 2D Blu-ray presentation of `Arthur Christmas' delivers also an equally dazzling video image as well as amazing audio. Plus also some amazing supplements to keep you happy for hours. So all in all this is a must-own Christmas holiday package, that only Aardman Animations can produce. Sadly I never got to view it in the cinema, especially in 3D, but I am so very glad I waited for this brilliant 3D Blu-ray animation, as it really was well worth waiting for and has now gone pride of place in my ever increasing Aardman Animations Blu-ray Collection. Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller – Your Ultimate No.1 Film Fan
Le Cinema Paradiso
WARE, United Kingdom
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