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NEW Danes/cox/miller/pfeiffer - Stardust (Blu-ray)

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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nothing but stardust Oct. 12 2007
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
Fantasy is hard to find in the movies -- for every "Lord of the Rings," there's only a handful of bad sword'n'sorcery tales for kids ("Eragon," "The Seeker"). As for fairy tales, forget it.

But one little fairy tale HAS made its way into theatres -- an enchanting little story loosely based on a Neil Gaiman novel. And "Stardust's" charm is its lack of pretension, and its willingness to be silly, romantic, fantastical, sparkling and most importantly, tongue-in-cheek. And it has pirates too.

A wall separates our world from the world of magic -- and one night, Dunstan Thorn went over it, and had a brief tryst with a beautiful princess, who is imprisoned by a witch. Nine months later, baby Tristan is left on his doorstep.

Nineteen years later, a dying king magically flings a ruby into the sky, and says that the prince who finds it will be the new king. The two remaining princes -- and the ghosts of their dead brothers -- et off to find it. But that ruby dislodged a star, and it plummets to the ground across the Wall -- attracting the attention of three ancient witches, who use the hearts of stars to restore their spent youth.

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Tristan (Charlie Cox) also sees the star, and the snotty girl he adores (Sienna Miller) says that she will marry him if he gets her the star before her birthday. Tristan does manage to find and entrap the beautiful star, Yvaine (Claire Danes), and they start off on a magical adventure of air pirates, unicorns, evil witches, and true love.

"Stardust" has pretty much all the requirements for a fantasy and/or fairy tale movie -- magic, love, an evil villain, and lots of odd characters to round out the cast, and flesh out the story. Not much is actually new.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nothing but stardust Nov. 24 2007
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
Fantasy is hard to find in the movies -- for every "Lord of the Rings," there's only a handful of bad sword'n'sorcery tales for kids ("Eragon," "The Seeker"). As for fairy tales, forget it.

But one little fairy tale HAS made its way into theatres -- an enchanting little story loosely based on a Neil Gaiman novel. And "Stardust's" charm is its lack of pretension, and its willingness to be silly, romantic, fantastical, sparkling and most importantly, tongue-in-cheek. And it has pirates too.

A wall separates our world from the world of magic -- and one night, Dunstan Thorn went over it, and had a brief tryst with a beautiful princess, who is imprisoned by a witch. Nine months later, baby Tristan is left on his doorstep.

Nineteen years later, a dying king magically flings a ruby into the sky, and says that the prince who finds it will be the new king. The two remaining princes -- and the ghosts of their dead brothers -- et off to find it. But that ruby dislodged a star, and it plummets to the ground across the Wall -- attracting the attention of three ancient witches, who use the hearts of stars to restore their spent youth.

Still with me?

Tristan (Charlie Cox) also sees the star, and the snotty girl he adores (Sienna Miller) says that she will marry him if he gets her the star before her birthday. Tristan does manage to find and entrap the beautiful star, Yvaine (Claire Danes), and they start off on a magical adventure of air pirates, unicorns, evil witches, and true love.

"Stardust" has pretty much all the requirements for a fantasy and/or fairy tale movie -- magic, love, an evil villain, and lots of odd characters to round out the cast, and flesh out the story. Not much is actually new.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By killerwhaletank TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
I had no idea what to expect going to see this one and it really knocked my socks off. It's one big fairy tale that doesn't take itself overly seriously and yet it's intelligent, quirky and fun, and also a little dark and twisted at times. It's full of wit and charm, and the cast really makes it work. (Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeifer really own the screen when they're on it and the princes of Stormhold are fantastic.) It has some dark undercurrents and a bit of grit to it, but that only makes it better. The original version of most fairy tales is pretty dark and not for children, and that's what this feels more like... the original, darker version of a classic fairy tale.

I liken it to the Princess Bride not because the story is really similar but because it has a similar sense of humour, especially towards itself, and has the same sort of fantasy feel and staying power. It's not the kind of movie I watch and then forget all about.

It's definitely a fairy tale written for adults and I've watched it a couple of times now without it losing any of its charm. In fact, I liked it so much I went out and bought the original novel and am in the process of reading that now.

If you like this one, you'd probably also really enjoy "The 10th Kingdom" which has the same gritty adult fairy tale quality to it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Michelle Pfeiffer will put a spell on you. Dec 23 2007
By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
A young man looking for adventure and what ever comes his way breaches The Wall to find a magical kingdom. He is seduced by a beautiful woman who claims to be a captive princess. Later he finds a little gift at his doorstep. Yep the little tyke looks like its father.

Well Young Dunstan Thorn is unaware of his heritage and has a soft spot in his heart for a local girl, Victoria (Sienna Miller). He would do anything for her, even bring back a fallen star; this quest will take him to the other side of The Wall and we will go with him on the quest.

This quest reminds you of "The Walrus and The Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll, as we dive into adventure with the fallen star Yvaine (Claire Danes), a witchy woman (Michelle Pfeiffer), a flying pirate (Robert De Niro), and several loving "yeah right" brothers, who are prince's and would love to get their hands on their father's (Peter O'Toole) throne.

Unlike many stories of this type we dive in so fast that we have no time to acquaint ourselves with the shock of the other world. They may have been in a tad too much of a hurry to tell the story. However it had its moments. It had style. It was the best show in town.

One double plus part of the film was the narration by Ian McKellen which takes up about tow thirds of the story. Ian is excellent; however being a fairy tail it might have sounded better with the late Edward Everett Horton Fractured Fairy Tales narrator (12 episodes, 1959-1960)
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you love The Princess Bride .....
Saw this at Xmas time and loved it so much I had to own it, and I never buy movies.
Published 1 month ago by jennifer andrews
5.0 out of 5 stars Stardust
This clever, more-than-a -child's fairytale has wonderful effects, a great, tight story line, marvellous characters and some superb acting. Read more
Published 7 months ago by dragonworks
5.0 out of 5 stars poussieres
beau petit film a revoir les acteurs tous brillants et Deniro petit cote feminin drole et inabituel,a revoir en soirée tranquille chez soi avec ceux que l'on aimes.
Published 12 months ago by rickduff
5.0 out of 5 stars Vraiment capotant !
L'intrigue n'est certes pas inattendue mais quel déroulement ! Vraiment cool et quel jeu des acteurs. A voir et revoir.
Published 12 months ago by PIERRE COSSETTE
5.0 out of 5 stars "Stardust":An Adult Fairy Tale
Remember how exciting "Cindarella" was the first time you heard it? You can relive that experience with "Stardust". Read more
Published 13 months ago by Riverbank
4.0 out of 5 stars Great story
When you watch this movie, you can definitely tell that it's based on a book because it's such a great story. I'm not sure why it was such a box-office failure. Read more
Published 14 months ago by Orion Beltz
5.0 out of 5 stars Movie
I originally saw this movie whilst on a plane, liked it very much. I tried iTunes but had trouble with the quality. Bought the DVD and have watched it many times since.
Published 16 months ago by Jowake
5.0 out of 5 stars Under rated
I am watching this movie right now (not for the first time) and am thinking about how under rated it is. Read more
Published on March 22 2012 by Augury
4.0 out of 5 stars Stardust review.
This is an adult fantasy story. Quite unbelievable but fun. This is a film I will probably look at again several times. Read more
Published on April 15 2011 by KMB
5.0 out of 5 stars Stardust
Loved this movie! It reminded me of Princess Bride....full of fun, silliness and great lines; Michelle Pfieffer is possibly the best silver screen witch of all time. Read more
Published on Sept. 23 2009 by KathE Simon
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