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      Toys in the Attic

      PG Released Sep 7, 2012 1 hr. 16 min. Fantasy Animation List
      Reviews 73% 50+ Ratings Audience Score A teddy bear (Forest Whitaker), a mechanical mouse (Joan Cusack) and a marionette (Cary Elwes) join forces to save their kidnapped friend, Buttercup the doll, from the denizens of the Land of Evil. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Apr 30 Buy Now

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      christopher c. m I respect stop motion, I respect the dedication it takes to give life to the dolls. That said, that is the one thing this is missing. Dedication to the movement. It's so lazy and the animation is so shitty. Cheaper than Gumby at his worst. It's like it was animated by a drunk 9 year old. Plus I missed the part where it said you have to be high out of your mind to enjoy this. As "Toy Story" knock off goes, there are better out there or at least watchable ones. Like do they know their toys, if so what's up with the toy jobs and toy eating? Toys don't eat, this is just dumb. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review reznor h it was a really nastolgic movie very interesting and overall a fun watch Rated 4 out of 5 stars 12/08/22 Full Review Cindy H its interesting, but really weird. the movie starts out seeming like a fun innocent story but it gets creepy fast. some parts slow down a bit then pick up then slow again. i think a movie like this is still worth watching at least once, but once is all you need. also the ending with the pocket watch is nightmare fuel. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 06/28/22 Full Review Audience Member So cute. So imaginative. So nostalgic. So awesome. It's like if Svankmajer was doing Winnie the Pooh...or if "Toy Story 3" had staunch anti-communist sentiments riddled throughout. All around a brilliant film from Czech animation master, Jiri Barta. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 01/18/23 Full Review Audience Member In a time when GC animation dominates the cinemas, this Czech stop motion film is an absolute treat. Beautifully animated and funny as hell, its what you'd expect Toy Story would be like if they decided to make it in somebodies acttic. Worth seeking out. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/28/23 Full Review Audience Member Pas besoin de s'appeler Burton ou de faire partie d'Hollywood pour réaliser des films pour adultes et enfants réussis. L'oeuvre de Barta est très simple sur le fond: une princesse est enlevée par un méchant prince d'un autre monde. Ses amis vont tenter de la sauver. Toute l'action se passe dans un grenier et je peux vous jurer que Barta y a mis du sien en terme de créativité et d'ingéniosité. Je me suis pris rapidement au jeu, on ne s'ennuie presque jamais, il y a parfois quelques longueurs mais rien de grave. J'étais très craintif sur le fait que ce soit des marionnettes (pas trop mon truc) mais ça fonctionne en fait super bien. L'humour est présent aussi (j'ai même entendu plus souvent les adultes que les enfants rire), le rythme est très bien mené (coup de chapeau sur la musique qui est une partie importante du film) et je ne peux que vous conseiller de découvrir ce petit film d'animation tchèque. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis A teddy bear (Forest Whitaker), a mechanical mouse (Joan Cusack) and a marionette (Cary Elwes) join forces to save their kidnapped friend, Buttercup the doll, from the denizens of the Land of Evil.
      Jiri Barta, Vivian Schilling
      Edgar Dutka, Jiri Barta, Vivian Schilling
      Hannover House
      Production Co
      Universal Production Partners (UPP), Ceská Televize, Continental Films, At Armz, Bio Illusion, Eurocine Films
      PG (Brief Smoking|Some Mild Peril)
      Fantasy, Animation
      Original Language
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Sep 7, 2012, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Aug 10, 2016
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