So Disney progressed and made a Christmas movie from the "Nutcracker". Is that what we're doing right now? Do we make big Hollywood movies from 19th century bales? Does anyone have a new idea? Talk about low hanging fruits: This is a sugar plum.
Dır The Nutcracker and the Four Realm ”moves visually splendid, inconsistent and inconsistent in this fantasy style. There's not even a dance to tell the truth. Young children may be very scared and adults may need to take several insulin.
There's a lot of stuff here, grab your popcorn. Story E.T.A. Hoffmannüşts 1832 iles tale in The Nutcracker and the King of Mouse alı taleikovski alı taleikovski ık turned into a famous ballet music. (A possible selling point for Disney, the movie soundtrack to the film is royalty-free.)
Screenwriter Ashleigh Powell described a 14-year-old fledgling Clara who admired the elaborate gear mechanisms and said Newton's Third Law. A mocking Christmas receives a gift from his mother, Snowflakes, Country of Flowers, Country of Sweets and what he calls a Country of Hokum – sorry, the last one is sinister in the Fourth Zone, which is carried by rodents and fog and anchored Cirque du Soleil artists.
Clara must unite all these divisors parallel worlds in time to go back to her unhappy family and be together. There are elements of Lara Croft, parç The King and I olmasa and muhteşem The Chronicles of Narnia S, and it's safe to say that even if not for a great performance from Mackenzie Foy, the whole film will be broken. Dawn ”as Clara. Foy is definitely a tomboy and a princess – soft, angry, tender, spicy and godlike. He speaks from his eyes and really enters the lines like ”The real world no longer makes sense Göz.
The rest of fate is irregular to say politely this Christmas. As Sugar Plum Fairy, Keira Knightley seems to have modeled her character for Elizabeth Banks' role in gel The Hunger Games, ilgili but she thinks the other actress has ignored it and brings twice as much disturbing energy as she can. ”Not spectacular?” ”Forbidden ch,“ tres chic ak and ”oh, poo“.
At the other end of the spectrum is Jayden Fowora-Knight – it's not the excuse because he's scary wood and just knocking on an old nutcracker. There is also Helen Mirren, who portrays the Fourth World's leader as an invisible abduction. In addition, the weak Morgan Freeman tries to bring dignity to Clara's eccentric godfather, but he has better lines in Mountain Dew ads.
Directors Joe Johnston and Lasse Hallstrom said Misty Copeland, the lead dancer of the American Ballet Theater, was a wise move to play the baby in a ballet in the film. Other bad decisions, however, are the use of high-end costumes to wear Eugenio Derbez and Richard E. Grant and act as if they were immersed in a Snickers rod case. And a late moment in the film when he realizes that some of the best acting … has been delivered by a digital mouse. (Hey, this is Disney, remember? The mouse is always the rule.)
The main stars of this film are astounded in the number of hundreds and hundreds of people – the visual effects that allow us to sit in credits and let these snowy cities and forests wander on the wings of a bird using countless stunned mice. It seems to be positively frightening to come together to make a great King of the Mouse and make a legion of tin soldiers walking. And the green orchestrations of Tchaikovsky show the classic work well, with episodes repeated in different styles.
If Disney succeeds, the door can open with a sequel. But, frankly, he is actually heading towards the target line: Clara's relationship with the nutcracker ends poetically, and he offers an unspecified promise to return with an acting coach – the land of sweets, flowers and snowflakes. But take your time, Clara. Don't hurry on our behalf.