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Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I absolutely love this film. The animation is great and has a real Walt Disney family feel to it. The movie has surprisingly no speaking except for a few words here and there. The only person speaking is the narrator. That makes the movie even cooler as it is largely similar to the book and just like the book, the only dialogue comes from the narrator.
And for the little kids, there are the usual songs to keep them occupied and there is plenty here for the adults to enjoy too.
Brilliant film, gives you a Halloween feeling, I sure enjoyed it and I hope I speak for everyone else.
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