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Brilliant cartoon. I love this kind of cartoon that is thoroughly enjoyed by children as well as adults. The children found loads of things that were hilarious in this movie. It is a bizarre cartoon... Read more and you really can't take your eyes off it in case you miss something.
Absolutely Terrible Not just Kooky But tragically weird. But if you like no dialog really off beat films then this is for you
Fabulous from start to finish. Funny and thought provoking. The grandmother character is wonderfully driven to suceed and the triplettes are out there. Will remember for a long time and recommend to many.
Absolutely fantastic! I'd rather have one of these than 100 Disney movies. My 4.5 & 6.5 year olds loved this. Wonderful story easy to follow even without any speech.
Hilarious, touching, clever, exciting...
Surely this will become a classic. The quirky design lends itself to the slightly odd plot
and characters who look as if they might come from completely... Read more seperate movies. Who
needs dialogue when the graphics are so descriptive? Try picking out the seamlessly
intergrated 3D footage from the 2D footage. Spot the Citröens and study the very canine
behaviour of the pet dog.
Very strange but yet great movie. We didn't realise it was mostly silent but did not have any trouble getting into it. We watched Madagascar last week and that was abysmal compared to this though... Read more I suppose this animation was not aimed at children. Get this out if you want something different :)
Brilliant. Not for everyone, but wonderful artistry, and the dog! The dog was extraordinary, stole every scene. Loved it.
Ugly. Just couldn't get past the grotesque style. Didn't endear me at all - except for the dog.
This is a unique and wonderful movie, full of originality and humour. I love a movie that says so much with no dialogue.
Not what I was expecting, but that's not a bad thing! Superb animation with a slightly sinister and surreal storyline. Truly imaginative stuff, not necessarily for everyone, but it's worth finding out... Read more.
Note: Hardly any dialogue, which is fine since everything is clear and expressive, but it was strange that there were no subtitles for stuff like French signage and newspaper articles.