admin On novembre - 13 - 2012





Epic and magical adventure about the story of Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman, and Jack Frost, legendary characters with previously unknown extraordinary abilities.
When an evil spirit known as Pitch lays down the gauntlet to take over the world, the immortal Guardians must join forces to protect the hopes, beliefs and imagination of children everywhere.

With voices by Hugh Jackman, Alec Baldwin, Jude Law, Isla Fisher and Chris Pine, direction by Peter Ramsey and production by Maestro Guillermo del Toro (Kung fu Panda, The Hobbit), “Rise of the Guardians is the new upcoming masterpiece by DreamWorks Animation SKG, with Alexandre Desplat’s soundtrack and a magic atmosphere all around.

Jack Frost (Chris Pine) is 300 years old, but he still hasn’t found his purpose in life.
Being one of these mythological figures is sort of like participating a cosmic popularity contest, and since Jack isn’t as well known as mainstays like Santa Claus, aka Mr. North (Alec Baldwin), the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), or the Sandman (Tom Kenny) – the Guardians – no one can see or interact with him.
Jack keeps in decent spirits and causes a bit of mischief here and there, but like most heroes, he’s ultimately on a quest for self-discovery.
When the Boogeyman (Jude Law), comes back from years of dormancy to use fear to prey on the world’s children, Jack is chosen as the newest member of the Guardians and must find out who he is and save the world before it’s too late.

A new must see, described to us by Mr Guillermo del Toro:
“We based on William Joyce’s amazing books. We’ve worked about three years to make that movie about these characters that are able to make us think about our past stories, immaginations and dreams. Each of them echoes to faith, will, dreams, memories and wonder, and Jude Law gave his soft and charming voice to the bad one, based on fear. Fear is something that can convince you, and this is the only antagonist of children dreams.
We wanted to give the movie an action one aesthetic, for a more film realistisc production, enjoyable only by adults
The aim? To give adults the possibility to become children again, and for them to have fun and dream. There’s a message of hope in the movie, and we wanted to show the intimate fight we all have, between that and play, dreams and wonder.
It’s been thought as a easy watching movie, but an hard writing one too. As adults we all imagine our future like something boring, whereas as children we dream about exploring and having fun.
Skepticism should not replace intelligence. The movie doesn’t have a post modern and ironic point of view, but it’s attached to the childhood fantasy





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