Melissa (Paranaque, Philippines)’s review of Arthur and the Invisibles
Arthur And The Invisibles
Hey, kids, there's a magical world right in your own backyard, if writer-director Luc Besson The Fifth Element , The Professional is to be believed. Who knows who could be hanging out there, in computer-animated form? Together again… as sprites! Or maybe you'll end up in a cool club run by none other than Snoop Dogg, who spins pumping disco hits, even though the movie is set in That doesn't make any sense?
Arthur Bigantolle born July 31,  is the protagonist of the Arthur trilogy. When Arthur goes missing, his grandmother finds him reading up on his grandfather's travels in Africa. Soon, his grandmother and he go shopping, with the former getting the latter a surprise birthday cake. When they get back, Arthur builds his own personal viaducts, claiming they will be "bigger than Grandpa's, better than Caesar's". When he turns the tap on, finding that they work, his grandmother calls him to answer the telephone. Finding out it's his parents on the other end, he states his excitement for his creation, hoping they will be home in time to see it.