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the idea is nice , Albert Finney does a decent work, Anton Yelchin is adorable, spiritual and touching, Bridget Fonda and Campbell Scott are not bad choices but that is not new discovery. the fundamental problem
something missing. short - the idea is too large for film. so, each
effort seems be almost insignificant. and the good parts - no surprise because many of them are details. it is not a bad film and for children can be an interesting experience but the final taste is a mixture of honey and ash. obvious, the good intentions are the base of it and the ambition of team is not small but the cast, the story must have a better led. all seems be colored pieces from a stained glass sketch.
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