Nick Schager Reviews Arthur Christmas

Old-school holiday goodwill trumps modern high-tech impersonality in Arthur Christmas, a yuletide fable that boasts Aardman Animation’s peerless mix of whip-smart comedy and cheery heart. Sarah Smith’s film opens with young English tyke Gwen (Ramona Marquez) writing a letter to Santa in which she professes belief in St. Nick as well as peppers him with questions about, among other things, the fact that she can’t see his North Pole home even with Google Earth.

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1 Response to “Nick Schager Reviews Arthur Christmas”


  1. 1 John December 27, 2011 at 2:05 am

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