A girl (Mackenzie Foy) finds herself transported to a magical world because of a special key gifted by her late mother. There she meets a soldier named Phillip (Jayden Fowora-Knight) who accompanies her on a journey to retrieve her key and fight against a wicked regime in the land. Based on the classic ballet The Nutcracker, this film is directed by Lasse Hallström and Joe Johnston.~Zach Atreiu Pinpin
- "Fall On Me" by Andrea Bocelli featuring Matteo Bocelli
I was skeptical about this after reading some reviews, but I decided to give it a try. I’m happy that I got it. Really enjoyed it, and the SteelBook looks beautiful. Gorgeous sets and costumes. This was a great deal for $6.99!
Given the so-so reviews and lackluster box office (or so I recall) for this movie, I went in with lower expectations. The movie itself was a pleasant surprise, reminiscent in many ways of the original Chronicles of Narnia film with the character exploring a new realm after passing through a magic portal. It's not as good as that film, but definitely worth a watch if you enjoy this type of movie.
I feel so disappointed for not having watched this movie on the big screen back in 2018, I decided to buy it last week when BB dropped its price to $12 in SteelBook “I’m a SteelBook collector”. My review is right after I watched it. Super amazing, music and acting is entreating. From being disappointed to glad and excited by this movie. I loved it so much as I’m big fan of classical and Tchaikovsky is one of my favorite and this movie played it so nice. Great movie for the entire family!
I enjoyed watching through this film especially in it's 4K presentation. While not technically true 4K it offers the best viewing experience at home while protecting the disc in a premium steel case. Also includes a Movies Anywhere download code to view in up to UHD quality given having the right hardware and internet connection to watch it anywhere.
During a big sale of BluRay movies we saw this one with some others that we wanted to upgrade to....
Some how we missed seeing this one before.
It isn't a big time Disney / Pixar movie, but it is still a movie that you will want to watch more than once.