With Maltazard now seven feet tall and Arthur still two inches small, our hero must find a way to grow back to his normal size and stop the Evil M once and for all, with the help of Selenia and Betameche.
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Jennifer Love Hewitt,
Maltazard, the Evil M, is now 7 feet tall and evolving among the humans, causing terror wherever he goes. His goal is simple: forming an army of giant henchmen and ruling over the universe. Meanwhile, Arthur is still a Minimoy, and thus in a state where he's unable to fend him off. With the help of Selenia and Betameche, he hatches a plan to regain his usual size: all they must do is infiltrate Arthur's house through the pipeworks, catch an electric train from his bedroom to his grandfather's study and find an elixir that will make him grow back to his human size. Sounds simple enough, if it weren't for Darkos, Maltazard's own son, hot on their tails.Written by
(At around one hour and twenty-eight minutes) According to this film, George Lucas was a reporter at the time, and got the inspiration for Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) while interviewing Darkos dressed in a cape and mask like Darth Vader's. See more »
A music video featuring Darkos singing a cover of David Bowie's Rebel Rebel is played during the first part of the end credits. See more »
same theme and same characters. same plot and predictable adventures. and the end seems be not very original. short - too much and too complicated. maybe, for kids represents a delight but, in fact, it is only exploitation of a nice idea out of reason. the humor saves part of plot. the animation is nice. but , at a moment, the impression is to see a film about nothing. the great force of Besson imagination is only a sketch. the worlds are in middle of common winter game. the surprises and the original fascination are history. and all who remains can be reduced at costumes and chaos. maybe I mistakes. but the last part has only huge virtue - it is the last.
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