90 Min | Animation – Adventure – Comedy | October 2011
IMDB Rating: 6.7
Director: Bibo Bergeron
Starring: Mathieu Chedid, Vanessa Paradis, Gad Elmaleh
A Monster in Paris Review: Just in the first 30 minutes, A Monster in Paris completely surpassed Hollywood craps like Kung Fu panda 2 that only relies on spectacular FX to get away with not presenting creative ideas. This movie is simply stunning, so much detailed and heart was put into developing it’s characters and their relations to their way of life. A Monster in Paris is more about our human nature than it is about monsters, truly remarkable accomplishment. When you think you’re watching a simply kid’s movie you’re actually watching a multi-layered work of art and art is what truly excels at this one! The movie truly shines in the art and visual styles, as much as it shines in the music department.
If there is something worth mentioning about it’s negative side is that there’s not enough music in the movie, the “monster” which is a music artist really was asking for a lot more presence on scene showing his talents, rather than running away from people but, this is the way movie is developed and it is for a reason. A monster in Paris reflects our inner fears with what we perceived as “different” and how each one behaves in the presence of something different, some people will try to take advantage of the situation for personal gain and some will put their prejudices aside and show their unconditional love. Ultimately, this movie is adorable.
A Monster in Paris is a nice animated movie will surely touch your heart and is a remarkable work of art with a sense of justice and a lot of courage to show exactly how humans behave and what kind of traits we have in our hearts. A movie about values, friendship, music, art and with much heart in it. Once again, the rest of the world shows Hollywood that movies can be made with a nice script and characters we care for instead of bombarding our senses with FX, FX and more FX.