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When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs, and imaginations of children all over the world.Written by
When Jack Frost, voiced by Chris Pine, who portrayed Captain James T. Kirk in Star Trek (2009), Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), and Star Trek Beyond (2016), refuses to join The Guardians, North says to Jack, "Walk with me." In Star Trek (2009), Captain Robau of the U.S.S. Kelvin, says this in the same fashion to James Kirk's father, First Officer George Kirk, thus promoting him to Captain, before Robau is transported to the Romulan ship to meet his death. See more »
Jack Frost should not be able to carry Sophie home since it was ambiguous as to whether or not she believed in him, and was clearly shown in the beginning of the film that he simply vaporized through his non-believers. See more »
Darkness. That's the first thing I remember. It was dark, and it was cold. And I was scared.
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The DreamWorks Animation logo has Jack Frost on the moon, and he uses his powers to cover the logo in frost and crackle off snowflakes. See more »
This movie is magical and utterly charming. In this film DreamWorks did it all exactly right. Every voice is precisely as it should be. Perfection! Chris Pine, Jude Law, Hugh Jackman, too many to list if you didn't know that was Alec Baldwin doing the Russian accent for Santa, you would never guess it. The characters, all of them, are endearing, totally engaging. Sad moments, glad moments, hilarious moments. I haven't laughed this much in an animated movie since .well, never, actually. As I said, this one is destined to become a classic. A wonderful family movie and best of all it doesn't just appeal to the children, adults will love it too. Every adult in the audience,while I was there, seemed as captivated as the kids. And how many movies do you go to these days where, at the end, people applaud? They did for this one. And rightly so. I know I came out of that theater wishing I could somehow have my own Little Baby Tooth...and the friend I was with wished even more that she could have one of the Feisty Elves. You'll totally understand what I mean after you see this delightful movie. Don't miss this one!
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