Arthur et la vengeance de Maltazard

Arthur et la vengeance de Maltazard

  • Director: Luc Besson
  • Writer: Patrice Garcia,Luc Besson,Céline Garcia
  • Countries of origin: France
  • Language: English
  • Release date: December 2, 2009
  • Runtime: 1 hour 47 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES, SDDS
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard
  • "Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard" is an animated film released by Europa Films in November 2009. The film was directed by Luc Besson and voiced by Alfred Thomas Highmore , Sel , Jimmy Fallon , Stacy Ann Ferguson and others.
    The film was released in France on December 2, 2009. It tells the story of Arthur's visit to the mini-kingdom again and the reunion with his lover Princess Selena   .

    Details

    • Release date December 2, 2009
    • Filming locations France
    • Production companies EuropaCorp, TF1 Films Production, Apipoulaï

    Box office

    Budget

    €65,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross worldwide

    $52,377,611

    Movie reviews

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    • By Alessia 2022-11-13 01:24:33

      Is it possible not to fall in love in children's animation

      Cartoons have always embodied artistic creative images and plots, which are incomparable to real-life movies. From the lively scene of a bee's flight from a Lilliputian country collecting dew and fresh fruit to a real family house, the discovery of a little boy It turned out to be the little boy in "August Love" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", alas, why do I feel that I can't feel the liveliness of a little boy here, his expression is too serious and steady, and the cartoon's The...

    • By Wiley 2022-10-08 12:17:44

      I think it's a great movie

      I don't understand why so many people criticize Arthur.
      Do you think that Luc Besson should make the film more complicated, with dramatic humanistic elements, to complicate the world, otherwise it will be monotonous?

      What a beautiful fairy tale, even though it is a simple and plain story, what an interesting narration.
      It's like a simple little fairy tale I heard when I was a child.

      Isn't the world supposed to be like this? Most of us imagined when we were kids...

    • By Shania 2022-09-09 10:27:53

      Like index: ★★★

      Compared with the first part, the viewing ability and imagination are better, but what really deserves extra points is that the villain at the end turns into a "human", which finally makes the conspiracy creative. Instead, Arthur and the princess are a man and a woman. The protagonist is relatively lackluster, and deliberately satisfying children's adult dreams can only make the story younger. I have always wondered why the so-called fairy tales and magic will definitely be related to feudal...

    • By Arielle 2022-07-13 20:30:36

      young male protagonist

      Three years later, this magical mini-world has continued again, and with good news, there will be a third installment.

      In the second part, the world has become more magical and interesting, and many unimaginable things have been revealed, but the structure of the story is still a little different, no wonder the IMDB rating is as low as 4.9, I always think Lucbe Song is a good storyteller, but why hasn't the structure of these two cartoons been very reasonable?

      The heroine...

    • By Ashleigh 2022-07-13 18:19:44

      Screenplay quality

      Arthur and His Mini Kingdom 2 is a movie I've been wanting to watch for a long time. I watched the English dialogue version on TV a few days ago. To be honest, I was very disappointed after watching it. It couldn't be worse than the first movie. The whole plot of the story is too compact. The main animation is eager to tell you something, but it is a mess. When I was in school, the teacher mentioned that when he was talking about animation and movie scripts, a good story script should have...

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    • By Kieran 2022-12-30 06:18:47

      The sequel must be trash, it's basically an eternal theorem... and the plot is too protracted, there is actually a sequel of the sequel... money is not like this... The end is not only hasty, but also embarrassed....

    • By Dominic 2022-11-29 16:31:33

      very warm picture, i like...

    • By Opal 2022-11-27 20:43:23

      Why there is a third part (not not expecting the third part)! ! ! ! Why not finish it all at once! ! ! ! what! ! !...

    • By Kamryn 2022-11-11 21:11:45

      I haven’t seen the first one, but I went to the VIP hall to watch it. In general, the special effects are very good. The most important shortcoming is that the plot has no climax and no theme, even if it serves as a link in the series. Everyone was disappointed too. Finally, the boss came out majestic, and then suddenly the logo was over. It's the most abrupt ending I've seen...

    • By Ulices 2022-09-11 20:05:27

      It is indeed a trailer for Arthur 3. Where is the...

    Movie plot

    The little boy Arthur embarks on his wonderful adventure in order to find his long-lost grandfather and save the dire back garden. According to the clues left by his grandfather, he came to the world of Mini Kingdom, where he fell in love with Princess Selena at first sight, and established a deep friendship with Prince Beta and the bar owner Max. With his brave spirit and wit, he smashed the invasion plan of the evil Matazade, won the...
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    Behind the scenes gags

    Inspired by the combination of Broadway in New York and Rue Pigalle in Paris, "Road to Paradise" in the play, the city's neon lights are replaced by glowing caterpillars and the passing vehicles are replaced by colorful insects.
    The design of the movie costumes focuses on highlighting the fashion of the 1950s. To create these garments, chief costume designer Olivier Beriot drew inspiration from advertisements and magazines of the Taobao...
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    Creative background

    The film is more whimsical in its action-making and more poetic in its narrative. For example, the flashbacks of the movie let the audience know the past experience of Princess Selena, which allows the audience to walk into the inner world of the little princess and feel the rhythm of her life. In the first film, audiences have been looking at the character through Arthur's eyes, and little is known about her. This time, you can really...
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    Shooting process

    The film crew arrives at the rebuilt Connecticut village in Normandy. In order to meet the script requirements, the crew expanded it to 40 square kilometers. Luc Besson and his chief set designer Hugo Tisandia recreated social life throughout the countryside: churches, shops, supermarkets, garages, hardware stores, police stations, cinemas and fountains. These new elements are not in the first, they build a complete village. One of the...
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    Post-production

    Director Luc Besson is proud of a pioneering work known as the "vine-like technique", which combines three techniques: footage shot on location and unprocessed footage of Alfred Thomas Highmore as a backdrop. Together, simple stunts like using models to get a close-up of when the giant vines wrap around Arthur, and pure 3D techniques to make the scene look as real as possible. Directing these sequences proved to be quite difficult,...
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    Evaluation action

    Following the great success of his first work, Luc Besson brings a sequel to Arthur and his Mini-Kingdom. More action scenes are dizzying, and the combination of live action and 3D animation reaches a near-perfect level. (Review of "Seven Days TV Program") 
    Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard delivers on its promise. Demon-possessed chases and good-boy suspense unfold in this sequel, with the young hero on a mission to return to the...
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