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ARTEMIS FOWL Spoiler Free Review!

Artemis Fowl, if you’ve read the book and are anticipating watching the movie, you’re in luck, it’s filled with adventure, magic and wonderment.

Director Kenneth Branagh and the star studded cast Ferdia Shaw in the title role alongside Lara McDonnell, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozie, Josh McGuire, Nikesh Patel and Adrian Scarborough, with Colin Farrell and Judi Dench do a marvelous job depicting our favorite characters.

You’ll be hearing mixed reviews about Artemis Fowl, just know they book is always better than the movie but the movie will have you appreciating the visual interpretation of the mystical world that’s is being presented to us with a twist that is intriguing.

Artemis Fowl is a true spy adventure movie for your little ones, children 6 and up will enjoy every bit of it. I will mention, in some scenes they do use guns but they look more like high tech blasters. Don’t worry there is no blood shed, no bad words, and as I like to call it, “clean and safe for kiddo to watch.” I will say there is a scene which I thought, “OMG, Disney did it again,” I was in tears, but soon realized, everything will be ok.

With Josh Gad, you know he will always have the best zingers, which by the way, are geared towards the parents because we’ll understand why Judi Dench looks like “David Bowie”. I absolutely recommend Artemis Fowl as the must see family movie.

A story about a boy rescuing his father and learning what family secrets lie beneath the enchanting stories that’s been shared with him all his years. They do say, the more outlandish the story, that there’s always some truth to it?

Eoin Colfer’s Beloved 12-Year-Old Criminal Mastermind Comes to the Big Screen in a Breathtaking, Fantastical Adventure, Directed by Kenneth Branagh.

“Disney and Kenneth Branagh have magically found a way to extract my imagination, mixed in a dollop of Disney magic and projected the enchanted concoction onto the silver screen. I am very excited for audiences to see the film.”

--Eoin Colfer, Author of “Artemis Foul” “Eoin Colfer created a landmark series of books and a totally original world of characters. They hope that fans familiar with this charismatic anti-hero, will also join a first-time cinema audience in enjoying a sea of surprises – cunning twists and turns in a typical Artemis Fowl style. His Irish adventures are breathless, exhilarating, energized escapades on a truly global scale. Inspired by his legendary cheekiness and wit, we’ve been  privileged to introduce the myth from the page and hopefully create a new hero for the big screen. It’s been a real joy to be on that ride.” ~ Eoin Colfer, Author of “Artemis Foul


Descended from a long line of criminal masterminds, 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl finds himself in a battle of strength and cunning against a powerful, hidden race of fairies who may be behind his father’s disappearance.

Disney’s “Artemis Fowl,” based on the beloved book by Eoin Colfer, is a fantastical, spellbinding adventure that follows the journey of 12-year-old genius Artemis Fowl, a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds, as he seeks to find his father who has mysteriously disappeared. With the help of his loyal protector Butler, Artemis sets out to find him, and in doing so uncovers an ancient, underground civilization—the amazingly advanced world of fairies. Deducing that his father’s disappearance is somehow connected to the secretive, reclusive fairy world, cunning Artemis concocts a dangerous plan—so dangerous that he ultimately finds himself in a perilous war of wits with the all-powerful fairies. “Artemis Fowl” is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Ferdia Shaw, Lara McDonnell, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozie, Josh McGuire, Nikesh Patel and Adrian Scarborough, with Colin Farrell and Judi Dench. Kenneth Branagh, p.g.a. and Judy Hofflund, p.g.a. are producing with Angus More Gordon and Matthew Jenkins serving as executive producers. Conor McPherson and Hamish McColl wrote the screenplay. Disney’s “Artemis Fowl” opens in U.S. theaters on May 29, 2020.


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