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"Red Dawn," the remake of the 1984 film about a group of teens who band together to fight an invading army, features the same patriotic bravado and coming-of-age emotions that made the original so popular.
“Hey kids, what would you think about a movie in which pizza and ice cream were voiced by your mom and Selena Gomez and had sleepovers and fought crime? Would you like that?”
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Imagine Santa Claus (Alec Baldwin), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher) and the Sandman transformed from mythical childhood figures into weapon-wielding superheroes charged with protecting the world’s children from...
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. The premise is fairly simple: the Man in the Moon has enlisted a group of entities to...
Mark Reviews Movies
Hovering, in a state of suspended animation, in the middle of a dark void, a teenage boy awakens from and into darkness. Uncertain of who, where, or even what he is, the boy speaks to us through the narration of one whose questions have only...
When boogeyman Pitch (the voice of Jude Law) carries out his plot against children, Jack Frost (Chris Pine) joins Santa Claus (Alec Baldwin), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher) and the Sandman to bring an end to this nightmare.
Eric D. Snider
A story in which mythical figures like Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy team up to protect children from the Boogeyman sounds like a sure bet, and William Joyce’s “Guardians of Childhood” book series has evidently found plenty...
DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg recently lamented the dearth of holiday-themed movies headed to your multiplex this year. But in foisting "Rise of the Guardians" upon unsuspecting audiences for the holidays, it's clear he just wanted to...
Such a simple premise should have delivered a bland and somewhat forgettable animated film, but what Dreamworks manages to pull together is not only impressive, but surely one of the best films of 2012. "Rise of the Guardians" is a testament to the...
Who doesn’t love a 3D animated film? They’re funny, exciting and entertaining for the whole family. Rise of the Guardians is the magical movie event of the year. And out just in time for the festive season (though not necessarily a Christmas film)...
Rise of the Guardians, the new family film from DreamWorks Animation, brings Jack Frost to the forefront. In the movie, Jack (Chris Pine) is recruited to battle the bogeyman (Jude Law), who wants to destroy the hope of children.
The summer of 2012 was dismal for animated fare but, with releases like Frankenweenie, Wreck-It Ralph, and Rise of the Guardians, things have taken a turn for the better during the autumn.
Before the end of the thanksgiving weekend I had with my cousins, I went with my brother to see this particularly in 3D, hoping that it would exceed my expectations as the trailer had promised.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
As the story goes, more than 300 years ago, the Man in the Moon appointed Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and the Sandman as Guardians, serving as stalwart protectors of innocence and wonder. Their sinister adversary
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So Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and the Sandman walk into a bar... oh wait, this isn't a joke. It's a movie: "Rise of the Guardians," from Dreamworks Animation. But it does feature the afore-mentioned mythical figures.
Jack Frost (voice of Chris Pine) is asked to join an elite team of mythic heroes to fight Pitch Black (Jude Law), also known as the Boogie Man. Selected by the mysterious (and silent) Man in the Moon, the Guardians included a macho Santa Claus...
The first time I heard about Rise of the Guardians was last spring at a DreamWorks Animation preview event during which the director, Peter Ramsey, and the film’s biggest star, Alec Baldwin, spoke about the upcoming feature with excitement and delight.
Monsters and Critics
Why didn’t the idea behind the film, the gathering of childhood heroes during the Christmas season to banish The Bogeyman, take shape long before now? It seems so obvious that it could be a winner bringing nostalgia to older folks and a living...
Sacramento News & Review
Happy-go-lucky Jack Frost (voiced by Chris Pine) is recruited into the Guardians—Santa Claus (Alec Baldwin), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher) and the Sandman (no voice)—to defend children from the Boogey...
New York Post
I can’t remember ever seeing such a spectacular implosion of a squad of all-stars as “Rise of the Guardians.” Well, not since Yankee Stadium in October.
The A.V. Club
By far the most interesting element of Rise Of The Guardians—an animated film inspired by William Joyce’s Guardians book series—is a sequence where antagonist Pitch Black (Jude Law) attempts to recruit protagonist Jack Frost (Chris Pine) as an ally...
This fractured 3-D fairy tale gathers up a hodgepodge of kiddie icons, turning them into a bedtime-story X-Men team. The voices include Alec Baldwin as the blustery North (i.e., Santa), Isla Fisher as the sweet Tooth (i.e., the Tooth Fairy), and Hugh...
Movies are drowning in mythology these days, to the point that half of the most popular franchises require reading the books or comic books, or at least asking your nerdiest friend who the hell that purple alien in the end credits is supposed to be.
Thoughts become things. That’s the message of “Rise of the Guardians,” a charming if slightly dark and cobwebbed animated feature about how believing in something makes it real, or real enough.
Adapted by playwright David Lindsay-Abaire from a series of books by Academy Award-winner William Joyce and directed by first-timer Peter Ramsey, a storyboard artist with Spielberg and Fincher triumphs on his résumé, Rise of the Guardians asks too much...
The moon makes everything happen. That's the first thing you need to know. Everything supernatural in this world is chosen and set into motion by the Man in the Moon -- except for God and Jesus and Allah and all the other religious figures, which are...
Rise of the Guardians ภาพยนตริอนิเมชั่นจากค่าย Dreamworks ที่เล่าความเชื่อฝั่งตะวันตกว่ามีเหล่าผู้พิทักษ์คอยเฝ้ามองและช่วยเหลือเด็กๆ ไม่ว่าจะเป็นซานต้า, กระต่ายอีสเตอร์, ทูธแฟร์รี่ และแซนด์แมน โดยหยิบเอาเรื่องราวเหล่านี้มาเล่าในมุมใหม่...
Making iconic children’s characters ‘hip’ and ‘edgy’ has sometimes lead to some hilariously embarrassing results (see: Loonatics Unleashed). While Rise of the Guardians isn’t the greatest festive-smashing animated film of all time (that honour stays...
The Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher) is the token female of the crew, and makes girly noises when required, while Jack Frost (Chris Pine) is a snowball-throwing, skateboard-riding party dude.
"Rise of the Guardians" is first time director Peter Ramsey's take on William Joyce's book series - "Guardians of Childhood" and his short film "The Man in the Moon". The 3D animated film revolves around folklore characters such as Santa...
Shadows on the Wall
This animated adventure is produced to an exceptionally high standard, from the fine vocal cast to the colourfully detailed animation. It's a smart, energetic thrill-ride that barely pauses to let us catch our breath. And the hectic pace is perhaps its...
The vocal performances are excellent: Chris Pine makes an appealing lead as Jack Frost, giving him an air of cocky bravado with an underlying vulnerability (he's frustrated and upset because children can't see him) that works well, while Baldwin and...
Despite its beloved - and not so beloved - children's characters, Rise of the Guardians is basically an animated superhero film; a League of Extraordinary Fables, if you will.
Almost without fail, every holiday season brings an animated film that bears the iconic character of Santa Claus with the candy-coated Hollywood message of embracing your inner childlike sense of wonder.
Rise Of The Guardians may have the world’s most generic title (see if you can remember it 20 minutes from now without looking) – not an auspicious starting point. It also has a storyline as generic as its title. A syrupy, overwrought love song to...
Festooned with bright pixels and secular bells, Rise of the Guardians may look like another salute to the consumerism of the season, but this story of Jack Frost’s transformation from mischievous prankster to spiritual guardian of all children...
It’s gorgeously designed, deftly written and frequently laugh-out-loud funny. For child or adult, this is a fantasy to get lost in.
Grown-up superheros like Iron Man and Hulk had their day in summer blockbuster The Avengers, now it's the turn of several children's favourites to unite for humanity in Rise Of The Guardians.
Rise of the Guardians is stunningly animated, but the storyline feels convoluted and eventually feeble, despite the frantically-paced action. Some moments are sheer genius, but it's never consistently engaging.
Time Out London
This vibrant, entertaining Christmas-flavoured 3D cartoon brings together a quintet of benevolent kids’ characters – Santa, Jack Frost, the Tooth Fairy, the Sandman and the Easter Bunny – for a showdown against every child’s worst nightmare...
It sounds like the opening to a potentially offensive joke. Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy walk into a bar…