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A teenage girl discovers her father has an amazing talent to bring characters out of their books and must try to stop a freed villain from destroying them all, with the help of her father, her aunt, and a storybook's hero.... (Full plot summary below)

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A teenage girl discovers her father has an amazing talent to bring characters out of their books and must try to stop a freed villain from destroying them all, with the help of her father, her aunt, and a storybook's hero.

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One Guy's Opinion - 9/10 by Frank SwietekA visually overstuffed but emotionally undernourished piece of whimsy...yet another big, overblown fantasy movie that never takes flight.
E! Online - 9/10 by Matt StevensWhile the story proves the pen is mightier than the sword, this flaccid adaptation proves the book is mightier than the film.
Dallas Morning News - 9/10 by Nancy ChurninMuch of this comes across as a labor of love, with a classy cast frolicking in Iain Softley's whimsical direction of a lushly imagined adaptation by David Lindsay-Abaire.
TheMovieReport.com - 8/10 by Michael DequinaThe main attractions are the Serious British Thespians cutting loose and having fun while still displaying convincing commitment to the fanciful material.
NewsBlaze - 8/10 by Prairie MillerMaking a movie about the magic to be found in reading books, is a little like General Motors singing the praises of riding a bike instead.
ColeSmithey.com - 8/10 by Cole SmitheyWinged monkeys and a minotaur you don't get a good look at make up some of the mediocre special effects in an unsatisfying kid's movie.
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN) - 8/10 by John BeifussBetter an adventure movie for families that (however paradoxically) extols the value and wonder of books than yet another movie that celebrates violent revenge or asinine behavior.
Times (UK) - 8/10 by James ChristopherInkheart shows why books are wonderful yet dangerous places; how a well-told story unlocks the imagination; and how words unleash the most unpredictable emotions.
Sacramento Bee - 8/10 by Carla MeyerA few of the creatures, as well as one startling moment, might unsettle little ones in the audience. But the greater danger is that they'll fall asleep.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Lisa SchwarzbaumThe story is a whirl, a jumble, an effusion -- sometimes flowing smoothly, other times jerking along as if the filmmaker has been given advice he resents regarding pacing and the balance of sweetness and danger.

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