It has some positive references to God, prayer and miracles, but these are mixed with some pagan references. For instance, a couple elves give thanks to "the gods. Freddie Highmore plays the title role, a boy named Arthur, whose grandfather disappeared while looking for lost rubies given to him by an African tribe. With his parents in the city looking for work, Arthur and his grandmother played by Mia Farrow are facing a foreclosure on the family farm. A developer is waiting in the wings to pave over the farm so he can build some concrete apartment buildings. Arthur finds a secret message from his grandfather, who bids Arthur to follow him into the small world of the Minimoys, a tribe of tiny elves who live on the farm in seven separate hidden kingdoms. Arthur is magically shrunk down to the size of the elves. There, he learns that his grandfather went off to the land of the evil lord Maltazard to search for the rubies and never returned. Only by getting the rubies can Arthur save the farm and the world of the Minimoys.
Arthur stood at the window watching the sun pass over head waiting for the full moon to come so he could see her again. All day all he could see was her. As the sun set he could picture her in his mind. Her red hair that sent his soul a blaze.
Arthur and the Invisibles follows young Arthur Freddie Highmore on an adventure to the land of the Minimoys, tiny people living in harmony with nature while also living around the house and in the yard. In the first half the film takes place in real life, following Arthur who's living with his grandma Mia Farrow while his parents search for jobs in the city. When his home is at risk of being demolished, he sets off to find rubies that his grandfather had received while in Africa to use as payment and hid in the yard, and thus begins his adventure into the 3D animated world of the Minimoys. Here he travels through the grasses in the yard and encounters the Evil M, whose throne is made of the precious rubies, and whom Arthur must battle to save the kingdom of the Minimoys from destruction. Arthur and the Invisibles is an all around terrible misfortune of filmmaking. The plot during the live-action scenes is much too jumpy, snappy, and is constantly pushing itself to quickly get to the animation through oblivious and conspicuous devices. Once it finally does get to the animation, it's even worse.
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