The Magic Roundabout details
|Starring:||Bill Nighy, Joanna Lumley, Ray Winstone, Kylie Minogue, Jim Broadbent, Tom Baker, Ian McKellen, Robbie Williams|
|Directors:||Frank Pas, Dave Borthwick, Jean-Phillipe Duval|
|Genres:||Animated, Children, Family|
The Magic Roundabout
|Run time:||1 hour 18 minutes|
|Rental release:||18 Jul 2005|
|Main languages:||English, English Audio Description|
Most helpful review
Enough to keep the parents awake.By kmcca5 from East Sussex , 17 Feb 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]I was dreading taking my daughter to see this, I was praying that sleep would over take me and Id not have to suffer. But it wasnt that bad. Good solid kids film, lots of fun and a great cast of voices. I dont like Robbie Williams but he was actually (This sticks in my thought) good in this! The Animation is slick and looks great.
There are some silly over the top drug references from Dylan to try and keep the students happy that did make me cringe but all in all a cracking kids film with just about enough to keep the parents awake.
Watchable 4 out of 7.
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Disappointing Despite All-Star CastBy a customer from England , 12 Jun 2009Robbie Williams was particularly unconvincing and lacking in passion as Dougal, and the storyline and script were both very poor. Watching this film was a waste of time, and a real anticlimax.
FantasticBy a customer from Milton Keynes , 16 Mar 2009I loved this movie and so did both my children. will have to buy them a copy now.
A bit scaredBy a customer from Flitwick, England , 14 Feb 2009My children got scared at certain points in the movie. I had to explain to them that 'baddies' try to upset all that is good, but they must not worry.
Good family funBy a customer from Havant , 17 Jan 2009My liitle boy loves this, & has watched it loads of times already,Not bad for adults either .There is some light adult wit dotted around the movie that go's over the kids heads but is just enough to make you sit through it with your offspring,all in all this is brill film for the under 10s and entertaining enough for everyone else.
a re make of theclassic 70's kids showBy a customer from Paignton , 11 Jan 2009Great for kids.
Wasn't there some controvesy about the programme being all about drugs?????
A thinker hey?
Even so still a classic like mr ben etc...
Great new film. loved it, so did the little uns