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You can watch Rise of the Guardians movie onlien streaming megavideo without downloading HERERise of the Guardians is an epic adventure that tells the story of a group of heroes - each with extraordinary abilities. When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs and imagination of children all over the world. -- (C) Official Site PG
Movie Release on Theater Nov 21, 2012 Wide
|When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces for the first time to protect the hopes, beliefs, and imaginations of children all over the world.|
Actors For Rise of the Guardians
|Alec Baldwin,Hugh Jackman,Isla Fisher,Chris Pine,Jude Law,Dakota Goyo|
|Genres Rise of the Guardians : Action & Adventure,Animation,Kids & Family|
|Total Vote User Rise of the Guardians : 16,014 Visitor|
|User Ranting Rise of the Guardians : 4.1|
|User Percentage For Rise of the Guardians : 83 %|
|User Count Like for Rise of the Guardians : 48,226|
|All Critics Ranting For Rise of the Guardians : 6.5|
|All Critics Count For Rise of the Guardians : 140|
|All Critics Percentage For Rise of the Guardians : 74 %|
Review For Rise of the Guardians
|Less-than-compelling storyline. |
Richard Roeper-Richard Roeper.com
Rise of the Guardians is harmless enough, and the lack of easy pop-culture jokes represents the post-Shrek direction of DreamWorks well enough. But this is the studio's least entertaining film.
Michael Phillips-Chicago Tribune
The conceit has its charms but too much of this movie, directed by Peter Ramsey, is more clamorous than inspired, and little kids might find parts of it too scarily intense.
Peter Rainer-Christian Science Monitor
The script seems to have been written by committee, with members lobbying for each major character, and the action, set in vast environments all over the map, spreads itself so thin that a surfeit of motion vitiates emotion.
Joe Morgenstern-Wall Street Journal
Too cluttered and manic to bring real pleasure.
A children's fable reimagined as a superhero flick--a peculiar but delightful hybrid that just may be the best animated offering of the year.
Christopher Orr-The Atlantic
Alas, a sweet heart and a tender message aren't enough to save Rise of the Guardians from its overly sugary ways.
Gabe Leibowitz-Film and Felt
Rise of the Guardians delivers a giddy, kinetic excitement as its heroes whoosh and swoop through the air, or glide and skitter on ice.
Jason Best-Movie Talk
In one of the best, brightest, most beautifully realised and visually sumptuous tentpole animation films of the year...an absolute joy to behold, as lovingly made a piece of corporate entertainment as you're likely to find at the multiplex.
One of the best surprises of 2012.
Felix Vasquez Jr.-Cinema Crazed
Delivers an entertaining twist on the fabricated mascots that kids will enjoy.
From the wind rustling through Jack Frost's white hair to the panoramic vistas as they fly through the sky, it all looks amazing.
Matthew Toomey-ABC Radio Brisbane
Whatever its agenda might (or might not) be, Rise of the Guardians is a surprisingly rousing tale with a story that resonates easily, if not deeply.
Tim Martain-The Mercury
Rise of the Guardians is both reasonably quirky and mildly serious. It wants children to believe there's more to animation than fast food tie-ins.
Craig Mathieson-The Sunday Age
This lovely fantasy has been brought to beautiful 3D life by Peter Ramsey, the visual effects are really something.
Margaret Pomeranz-At the Movies (Australia)
The villain begins by kidnapping Tooth's worker fairies: it's never clear how she's so human-sized and they're all fairy-sized and have no voices, or how they're the workers and she's management.
More exhausting than exciting, but there are enough amusing gags to prevent on-the-fence viewers -- and critics -- from going full Scrooge on the final product.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing
Youngsters will enjoy the diversion with the film's cute characters and creative visuals although there is a frenetic feel about the action that tends to overwhelm the story on an emotional level. As a result, there is little heart that resonates
Louise Keller-Urban Cinefile
While the concept is novel - and the animation often dazzling - the story and characterisations soon prove trite, condescending and dull.
An unusual 3D tale about a playful free spirit who is thrilled to become a Guardian who watches over children.
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat-Spirituality and Practice
Rise of the Guardians is kind of like The Avengers, except that instead of superheroes, the characters are people your parents lied to you about when you were a kid. It could become a perennial family favorite.
Mike McGranaghan-Aisle Seat
A visual feast and a serious miscalculation: The movie tells us that if kids don't get toys and colored eggs, they stop believing, and Christmas and Easter die.
John Beifuss-Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
Turning the Easter Bunny into a boomerang-wielding warrior voiced by Hugh Jackman isn't the worst idea. Sidelining Christmas in a Christmas film, however, just might be.
Children may well enjoy it, despite the absence of anything that might pass as imaginative sustenance.
Philip French-Observer [UK]
Like a treasure hidden in plain sight, this is one film that will no doubt be cherished by children and adults who are fortunate enough to recognize its enchanting glimmer.
Jason Buchanan-TV Guide's Movie Guide