A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Theatrical Release USA 2009)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.5|5.0 Stars ììì

A Christmas Carol—visually stunning 3-D effects—showcases Robert Zemeckis’ Image Movers studio’s ability to create terrific, highly imaginative animated imagery. The studio maximally exploits special effects. Very little to criticize here and much to be praised. The artistry is terrific; the storyline well portrayed. The film provides entertainment for the adult as well as the child and belongs in the family home video library.

Storyline

Heaven intervenes in the life of Ebenezer Scrooge (voice of Jim Carrey) in this interpretation of Dickens’ Christmas ghost story, A Christmas Carol.


Additional Thanks

Great work for Director Robert Zemeckis. Thank you to Producers Jack Rapke, Steve Starkey, and Robert Zemeckis for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Ghost of Christmas Past/Scrooge as a Young Boy/Scrooge as a Teenage Boy/Scrooge as a Young man/Scrooge as a Middleaged Man/Ghost of Christmas Present/Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come (voiced by Jim Carrey), Jacob Marley/Bob Cratchit/Tiny Tim (voiced by Gary Oldman), Funeral Undertaker/Topper (voiced by Steve Valentine), Undertaker Apprentice/Tattered Caroler/Beggar Boy/Peter Cratchit/Well Dressed Caroler (voiced by Daryl Sabara), Tattered Caroler (voiced by Sage Ryan), and Tattered Caroler/Well Dressed Caroler (voiced by Amber Gainey Meade).


Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This movie provides full entertainment value. No criticism found for this film.

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