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This is a Spanish and Portuguese production that as a remarkable
quality and will take the audience to a world of dreams, with
inspiration in Midnight Summer Dream, of Shakespeare. Although it as
quality, it is very much guided to children. The characters are funny
and have a mission to find and believe in the world of magic, where
once humans and magic people lived in harmony. The story is simple and
effective. But it's no Shrek.
A nice try for an European animation movie. The is some examples of good animation movies from Europe, although the creative as to prevail, because the financial capability is very slim. This film as a 6.5 million euros budget.
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when i saw it announced on TV, i said: it could be good, if its good, i
will buy it. And it was good.
it started a little bad, but the movie increased when the characters entered in the dream real and started the good part of the movie.
it would be better if there weren't so many songs and don't sing hip hop (they really sang that).
i enjoyed that movie and i would see it again if i had enough time. it could be longer.
the animation its good and the comments good. not like Disney films, but is near. no more to say
the audience is accustomed to a very much higher quality in the
animation contemporary movies (an episode of digital animation series
Jimmy Newtron is much better of that Spanish animation movie); but lack
of good animation is just a little defect that could be forgiven by an
intelligent film-lover IF it is held by a good story correctly told...
and that is what fails here: topics took from another movies, bad
characters, not a good story behind it...
is a pity... the before film of that author, "EL BOSQUE ANIMADO", an adaptation of a classic of the Spanish literature, were a average movie that deserves to be watched... this time, that director failed indeed.
a good thing in the movie? the voices of the characters: are excellent actors... they are the persons that usually dub The Simpsons into Spanish: Juan Perucho, Sara Vivas, Carlos Ysbert...
a pity. i expected a lot of more of that Spanish film...
PS.- I cant understand that high rating of IMDb members to that movie... (5.7 when I'm writing this!) perhaps many people that made the movie registered here and voted "10" ... is the only explanation i have for that. :P
"El sueño de una noche de San Juan" seems a rather nice adaptation of Shakespeare's "a summers night's dream". The computerised 3D render has nothing to envy to big Hollywood productions and the character designs looks quiet nice. Entertaining from beginning to end, and enjoyable for childs and adults alike. Captivising the child's attention from the beginning and takes them to this sweet story with humour,romance and action.It is an ideal way way to bring classic literature to childs,with the author's essence but with a funny touch.Let your self go into this world of adventure and discover the child in you.Good animation,nice settings and well told. My Kids loved it and anyone I know that saw it too. Worth watching it.
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