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Disney's A Christmas Carol (2009)

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A foul-tempered and misanthropic miser is shown the error of his ways in a single night through the visits of a number of spirits, some kindly and jolly; some not so much.
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Charles Cecil Charles Cecil ... Narrator
Bob Hoskins ... Fezziwig
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A foul-tempered and misanthropic miser is shown the error of his ways in a single night through the visits of a number of spirits, some kindly and jolly; some not so much.

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USA

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English

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30 November 2009 (USA) See more »

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Disney's A Christmas Carol See more »

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Before Marley's ghost appears, a series of small bells begin ringing in Scrooge's main room. In those times, large homes would have a staff of servants and in each main room was a pull cord attached to one of the bells in a series. When a particular bell rang, the servants would know to which room in the house they were being summoned. This row of bells would be located in the kitchen or in some other staff room, not in a main room. See more »

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Needlessly Grotesque with a Bland Story
22 December 2014 | by allendraSee all my reviews

While the animation is pretty, no doubt about that, when the movie was over I felt grossed out and unaffected. We're not given time to be really attached to characters, instead time is spent doing animation sequences that lose all meaning in 2D, grotesque affects with corpses that isn't age-appropriate for the movie and turns what is usually a heart warming story (admittedly with some death-themed moments) into something that feels like a horror.

The humor is so subtle it might not be there at all, and an extended chase scene with the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is just so . . . pointless. All in all, not near as charming and fun as other versions of the classic story.


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