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In a fantasy world of opposing kingdoms, a fifteen-year-old girl must find the fabled MirrorMask in order to save the kingdom and get home.... (Full plot summary below)

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In a fantasy world of opposing kingdoms, a fifteen-year-old girl must find the fabled MirrorMask in order to save the kingdom and get home.

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Orlando Weekly - 10/10 by Steve Schneider Luscious evidence that the look of modern fantasy cinema can amount to more than bald-faced Tim Burton swipes arriving 15 years after the fact.
Salt Lake Tribune - 9/10 by Sean P. Means McKean, who both directed and designed the film, employs an array of techniques -- cel animation, computer animation and puppetry -- in wild and witty variations.
Dallas Morning News - 9/10 by Philip Wuntch Each scene is a masterwork of composition and execution.
Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Lisa Schwarzbaum This dazzling reverie of a kids-and-adults movie, an unusual collaboration between lord-of-the-cult multimedia artist Dave McKean and king-of-the-comics Neil Gaiman (The Sandman), has something to astonish everyone.
Baltimore Sun - 9/10 by Michael Sragow Mirrormask is a gorgeous psychedelic cameo of a movie.
Boston Herald - 9/10 by James Verniere It is visionary in the best sense of the word, if also somewhat thinly plotted, narratively derivative and even at times dull. But it is eye candy of Godiva-like richness.
The Stranger (Seattle, WA) - 9/10 by Andrew Wright A unique new world, crammed to the gills with invention, which comes off as almost completely static. A fantasy can be a lot of things, but dull shouldn't be one of them.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by Paula Nechak A muddled and maudlin mystery tale that has little emotional impact and can't deliver on its potential.
St. Paul Pioneer Press - 8/10 by Chris Hewitt (St. Paul) Emotionally direct and visually baroque, MirrorMask reminded me of Queen's epic songs, which find over-the-top ways to explore everyday situations.
Christian Science Monitor - 8/10 by Peter Rainer At best, Helena's wiggy adventures recall such Jean Cocteau films as "Orpheus" and "Blood of a Poet." At worst, they resemble the Vegas act of Cirque du Soleil.
Now Playing Magazine - 8/10 by Brent Simon Its quaintness probably stands as its most recommending characteristic.
FilmJerk.com - 8/10 by Edward Havens Inarguably a visual masterpiece, its story has been so stretched past all barriers of comprehension it leaves its viewers bewildered about what they experienced.

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