A wonderful telling of an old classic
Patrick Stewart demonstrates once again his versatility on screen in this
telling of Charles Dickens' classic story. Though most of us(if not all of
us) have seen other adaptations in the past or read the story,and know
already what to expect,Stewart manages to capture pure magic with his
stunningly awesome portrayal of main character Ebenezer Scrooge,and it is
definitely worth a look. Special effects add a nice little touch,but it is
Stewart's interaction with the 'ghosts' and characters Bob Cratchit among
others that really steal the show. A highly recommended film that nobody
should miss.....especially during Christmas time!
***1/2 out of ****.
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This is one of the best interpretations of Dickens' classic novel for
me - a huge fan of the original novel. Patrick Stewert is wonderful as
Scrooge, while Richard E Grant and the rest of the supporting cast are
brilliant around him. Also the special effects, though not up to
standards with Hollywood, are still very impressive and give a very
realistic feel to the Ghosts when they appear!
What I like most about this version, however, is how faithful it
remains to the original novel. It really is a treat for the eyes and
ears, and I think is sometimes judged too harshly!