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    Mo has the special talent to bring characters out of books. One night he brings out three characters from Inkheart, a story set in medieval times and filled with magical beings. Capricorn and Basta, two villains, and Dustfinger, a fire-eater. Now, 10 years later Meggie discovers the truth and it's up to her to escape Capricorn's evil grasp.
    Duration: 106 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2008
    IMDb: 6.1
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  • Actors of "Inkheart"

  • Characters of "Inkheart"

    Mo. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Brendan Fraser
    Resa. Character of Inkheart
    Dustfinger. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Paul Bettany
    Elinor. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Helen Mirren
    Basta. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Jamie Foreman
    Meggie Folchart. Character of Inkheart
    Capricorn. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Andy Serkis
    Darius. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: John Thomson
    Mortola. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Lesley Sharp
    Rapunzel. Character of Inkheart
    Farid. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Rafi Gavron
    Fenoglio. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Jim Broadbent
    Minotaur. Character of Inkheart
    Played by: Paul Kasey
  • Directors of "Inkheart"

    Iain Softley. Director of Inkheart
    Iain Softley
    Birthdate: 1958, London, England, UK
  • Creators of "Inkheart"

    David Lindsay-Abaire. Director of Inkheart
    David Lindsay-Abaire
    Birthdate: 30 November 1969, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    Cornelia Funke. Director of Inkheart
    Cornelia Funke
    Birthdate: 10 December 1958, Dorsten, Germany
  • Critic Reviews of "Inkheart"

    Washington Post
    January 23, 2009

    The aesthetics of Inkheart are part of what make it such a surprisingly enjoyable experience to watch.

    Toronto Star
    January 23, 2009

    [Has] plenty of thrills, a smart although oft-confusing script, delightful scenery-chewing scenes from stalwarts like Helen Mirren, Jim Broadbent and Andy Serkis, and a gorgeous high-concept visual style.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    January 23, 2009

    Seemingly intended as a celebration of the power of books, it's an occasionally incoherent, sleep-inducing picture that reduces narrative to mere mechanics.
    January 23, 2009

    Over and over again, characters in Inkheart wax eloquent on the power of books. But there's nothing in the movie as haunting or as compelling as the sound they make when they speak for themselves.

    New York Post
    January 23, 2009

    A flea market of fairy tales and hocus-pocus, Inkheart makes as much sense as an inkblot.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    January 23, 2009

    The overqualified cast gives its all, but logical lapses and sober-sided direction siphon off the fun.

    Film Journal International
    August 15, 2011

    Cobbled-together fantasy about a dad who can "read" characters in and out of books.
    March 27, 2011

    Kind of a NeverEnding Story-lite, Inkheart never makes full use of its strengths. The ideas about reality and fiction have already been explored better elsewhere, even in light family films.

    August 01, 2009

    Brendan Fraser's boyish face usually oozes charisma, but here he just looks plain bored. Which is kind of how the audience looked too.

    Aisle Seat
    June 24, 2009

    If there's a problem for me with Inkheart, it is one of scope. This feels like it should be an epic movie, but it's not.
    June 23, 2009

    For all its problems, it's a sweet, clever work.

    Movie Metropolis
    June 20, 2009

    When you have to question every other scene and a ferret steals the show, you know you're in trouble.

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