Monday, February 20, 2012

Movie Trailer & Review : The Secret World of Arrietty

We live in a world of endless cynicism and snark . As a society we are constantly complaining about how things are going bad, and when good things come around we complained they were not big things. It's all about instant gratification and every issue into a debate worthy of the war. Times like these require the release of charm, and The Secret World of Arrietty fills the bill for the respect, the protagonist wonderful for younger viewers, and some hand-drawn animation is really beautiful.

The holders of Arrietty (Bridgit Mendler) is the borrower, which is part of the race four inches tall people who live in human houses. Mother and father, Pod and Homily (Amy Poehler, Will Arnett), is the only other lender that he knew, and when he was an adult, he joined the Pod for a loan first mission, in the head in the main house to take a bit of sugar and paper towels . Plans and their lives disrupted, however, when a young, sickly named Shawn (David Henrie) found Arrietty and her family. But if he, like all human beings and try to hurt and destroy, and the borrower, or have the little guy finally found an ally in the world?

What sells this movie finally Arrietty character and vocal performance by Mendler. Despite the fact that the borrower does not have a young fellow and had spent his entire life in or running of the domestic cat, it has a life energy that comes up, but it never felt wrong. It considers the world as an adventure and dynamism that translates perfectly to all members of the audience, be it nine or 99. In a world filled with pessimism, Arrietty excitement is not only charming, but very necessary.

The Secret World of Arrietty plays like a beautiful fairy tale that does not live in the deeper meanings and metaphors, but only a beautiful piece of magical realism. But while some may see this as a negative real lack of depth, he is actually doing something a bit more impressive: he treats young viewers even as an adult. Like all the films of Studio Ghibli, the target audience of small children, but their latest is not afraid to expose them to some of the more adult themes.

Not as if they prey on children with images of sex and violence, but this film does have a direct approach to a potentially terminal illness at a young age, that is under discussion Shawn disease. Although not an important part of history, is surprisingly refreshing and made so that it can open up discussion between parents and their children who are looking for ways to cope with a heavy topic.

Thanks to regular doses of CGI animated film - would have their own grandeur - it's easy to forget the charm that comes with a hand-drawn animation, and the secret world Arrietty pretty amazing. Due to the size of the main characters, the director Hiromasa Yonebayashi and facilitators have the ability to make the ordinary look extraordinary simply by using a scale, and the results are amazing. While we normally see within five meters from the kitchen table and the table as anything, through the eyes of a Arrietty valley is at the Grand Canyon and Yonebayashi able to provide this range simply by blocking the use of simple and perspectives.

The Secret World of Arrietty is a wonderful piece of fur kid, but it is a beautiful part of the thread to tell a child. Does not enlighten us all the important issues and inspire activism will not be present at the time. But I defy anyone who sees this film leave the theater without a smile.


Length: 94 min
Rated: G
Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release Date:  2012-02-17
Starring: Voices: Amy Poehler, Will Arnett, Mirai Shida, Peter Jason, David Henrie, Carol Burnett,
Directed by: Hiromasa Yonebayashi
Produced by: Soledad Gatti-Pascual, Frank Marshall, Toshio Suzuki
Written by: Hayao Miyazaki, Keiko Niwa
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