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(1408) 6.6 84 min 2015

Phantom Boy is a movie starring Edouard Baer, Jean-Pierre Marielle, and Audrey Tautou. A super-powered boy helps a wheelchair-bound policeman in his attempt to bring down a mob kingpin.

Starring
Jean-Pierre Marielle, Edouard Baer, Jackie Berroyer, Audrey Tautou
Genres
Sci-Fi, Animation, Fantasy, Adventure, Action, Family
Director
Alain Gagnol, Jean-Loup Felicioli

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sci-Fi, Animation, Fantasy, Adventure, Action, Family
Director Alain Gagnol, Jean-Loup Felicioli
Writer Alain Gagnol
Stars Jean-Pierre Marielle, Edouard Baer, Jackie Berroyer, Audrey Tautou
Country France, Belgium
Also Known As Fantomdrengen, O Garoto Fantasma, Fantomfiú, Aavepoika, Chico fantasma, Fantompojken
Runtime 1H 24M
Description A super-powered boy helps a wheelchair-bound policeman in his attempt to bring down a mob kingpin.

Top reviews

Monday, 13 Apr 2020 13:25

I came in looking for something to help me get through a long summer at the beach, and I found a movie that is going to bring back a lot of happy memories of my childhood. I've been a fan of this film since my childhood and always kept a close eye on what was going to be the next screen adaptation of this beloved story. The story of "Phantom Boy" centers around three children who are destined to destroy the world and find a way to make the rest of the world happy. Those children are Tuna, Peanut, and Squid. Their story is not an original one, but it is still nice to have something new to latch onto with the kids today. The story is so funny, and it is quite touching, especially for the youngsters that this story is aimed at. I think this movie is great for kids that just want to laugh and have a good time. I liked how it was done and how it dealt with a variety of ages. It was great to see that this movie did not contain crude humor. In addition, this is a family film. For those who think that a lot of violence, or a bad language will hurt the movie, you will not be sorry that you came in. I am sure you will not be sorry that you watched this film. If you want something to look at and you have time on your hands, you can watch this movie. I also think that it is great to see the story told in a different way, which is very entertaining and keeps the story fresh. The only thing I did not like is the music. It was nothing special, but it was pleasant to hear. I'm sure the movie was completely underwhelming for anyone who does not know the story. I guess it is better to just watch it and see how it is. The movie was a success in my opinion, and I am happy that it has come out on DVD. I strongly recommend this movie to any parents, especially if you are into action or adventure. If you are looking for a story that will make you smile and think, then check this movie out. I really like how it was done. There are so many stories, and I think that Phantom Boy is just one of the best out there.
Monday, 13 Apr 2020 07:18

I'd never heard of Phantom Boy before, but my 5 year old daughter was very enthralled by it. It's full of fun and imagination and has a great message at the end. Some of the animation is extremely realistic and gives a much more real feel to the movie. The main character, Phantom, is a lost orphan who stumbles into the world of the Phantom Boy (or Phantom Boy as he calls himself). This is where his journey begins. He wants to join the Phantom Boy and help him save the world. The Phantom Boy gives him one instruction, "If you succeed, I'm all yours. If you fail, I'm the one who suffers." Phantom and Phantom Boy have the adventure of a lifetime. But, that's not all, as the Phantom Boy also has a job, and he is making Phantom Boy work for him at the same time. In this job, Phantom Boy meets a mouse named Tonka (Steve Blum) who has an ability that helps him find lost objects. He is living with his mum, mother and dad. When he has a little longer to go before they leave, the Phantom Boy needs to return Tonka to the town in the present time. But, he has to find a way to make it to his home in the past. This adventure takes place in several different places. Phantom is going to have to travel through time to save his home in the past and find out what's going on. The animation is the best part of the movie. It really gets you excited to see where they are going to go. There are some very cool and creative designs and well thought out scenes. The design of the toys and various locations was just fantastic. The story was also very enjoyable. There are a lot of questions you will have to ask yourself, and the movie will be a lot of fun for you and your kids. But, there is a lot of doubt when you leave the movie theatre, as it's not the story that makes you think, but the visuals. The animation was superb. The story was really enthralling and the characters were also very unique. And, in the end, it's all about the visuals. I really would recommend this movie to any family with an open mind. I have had my kids see it a few times and they loved it. It really is a great movie. This is a movie you can watch with the whole family. It's full of excitement, imagination, and fun. The children were all pleased with it. I can't wait for Phantom Boy to be released on DVD in the U.S. I would give it a 9 out of 10.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 10:48

From what I have read of some of the other comments on here, this movie had quite a few bad reviews, but it doesn't mean that they were too harsh on the film. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and I have nothing against other movies that are visually appealing or really good, I just don't understand the negativity that this one got. For once, there were actually two good stories interwoven throughout the whole movie, and they were both interesting. While the original film was about the lost boy who was possessed by the Phantom Boy, this movie was about the creature known as the ghost of the plague who attacks those that take revenge on him. It also takes place during the time of the undead invasion that plagued the city of "Phantom" throughout the whole of the last century. It is also about a world where the populace is infected with the plague and is forced to rebuild the city of "Phantom" and then go through the brutal trials that will be set out for them. A lot of people were upset by the ending of the movie, but it is actually very funny. It is about the old man who was the hero of the original movie, who is now a great medical doctor and just having a good time and isn't too sure if he wants to get married, or live forever in his castle as a vampire. It also had a few scenes that made me giggle. The top quote of this review is: "I loved it". I've had some of these kind of movies over the years but I haven't quite gotten over them, and I will most likely be watching it again after it's done and I'm a little disappointed. This movie isn't going to be for everybody, but I'd recommend it to anyone that likes to see a good story that has some good animation. As I said before, it is very interesting and creative, and I'd give it a "8". My Rating: 8/10
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 12:09

I don't recall whether I had seen Phantom Boy when I was about 4, but I recall seeing the movie for the first time in the late 80's and again around the time I turned 15. I know that I saw this movie (and other Disney movies of that era) at Disney's Studios in Burbank, California. This was before the Disney Studios was Disney's main home. After all, this was a very different age of filmmaking at that time. A lot of films were being made by directors (both big and small) that I saw back then. I enjoyed the film for what it was. To have a CGI-animated movie set on Mars and with all sorts of aliens. I remember seeing the theatrical trailer in which a hand flew up in the air and spun around, then quickly came down to pick up another person on the ground. That shot made me smile, but it was nothing special. I remember hearing that director John Musker wanted the movie to show a lot of excitement. It certainly did. However, the film made me laugh, and the theme song, with lyrics by Carl Perkins, was pretty good. I know that the film had not made a lot of money when it was first released, but I think that the director, John Musker, was going for the fairytale romance, where he would show love in its purest form. That didn't seem to be successful, and since then, most of the films have taken a darker tone. I don't remember whether I had ever seen a sequel to this film. However, as a younger child, I did have some flashbacks. I think the film did have a happy ending. The main villain was named Deathmask (with an E). When I was a teenager, I did not remember having seen a character named Deathmask. In the same way that The Nightmare Before Christmas, Aladdin and The Hunchback of Notre Dame had happy endings (with Aladdin) and Dark Crystal had a sad ending (with Pinocchio), The Phantom of the Opera has a happy ending. The ending is a good one. This is not a film for children, it's a film for adults. There are some very mature themes in the movie, but it has been covered before and much better. I also have to mention that the movie was released in the early 90's, just as the Twilight Saga was released. So I guess that goes to show that there were some Disney films made by people who had not seen Twilight before. I am a pretty big fan of music, and this film is no exception. I think that most of the songs were good, the movie had decent acting (although I might have seen Max von Sydow in a different movie), and it has a great theme song. Of course, with a film like this, I think the music has to be good, which this film had. There are some memorable songs, and it is nice to see Danny Elfman (who made many of the songs in The Nightmare Before Christmas) working again on music for a Disney film. I highly recommend this film.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 01:47

You might think the Dark Ages are over, or that the modern age is a good time to come back to, but that doesn't mean that "Aliens" is just a good movie. Yes, it's a good movie, but it's not just a great movie. It's a film about life, death, love and revenge, and it shows that the world is constantly getting worse, and that even the best of us will never be safe. "Aliens" is the story of Ripley, a newly-minted marine and member of the 'invasion force' who has been selected to leave the planet with her son, John, in search of a new world. Her mission will also be to destroy the Alien life-forms, as Ripley has vowed to do in a mission which has been specifically ordered by Captain Miller (John Hurt), the commanding officer of the 'invasion force'. As she leaves for the planet, she finds herself to be ill, and John is being held hostage by the Alien Queen. She decides to use the shuttle that has been stolen by the aliens to escape the planet, and save him. But she soon discovers that the Aliens have detected her ship, and she soon realizes that the aliens have decided to sacrifice the human race to destroy them, and the aliens have chosen Ripley and John to be the victims. "Aliens" is a great movie. It's a film with very good characters, and it's also a film with great action sequences. It's also a film which has a great, but not overwhelming, message about the fear of living in a dangerous world and not letting your enemy near you. I like the ending, but it's not the best ending. The film is a big problem for me. I don't know if it's the perfect movie or not. But it's still a great movie. It has a great cast, and it's filled with memorable moments. The acting by the whole cast is fantastic. A little detail: The way the alien uses its robotic heads to kill people is amazing. The way it kills people is also amazing. The movie is great, the ending is great, and it's a great film. I give it a 8/10.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 15:55

A year ago I wrote a review on World of Disney. I really liked it, but my review didn't receive enough likes, so I decided to write another one. That one was good, and I'm pretty sure that its followers are most likely to read this one, so I'm giving it my best effort. This time I'm giving this movie a score of 8. It's not a perfect movie, but it's good. I will give you three things that I liked about this movie. The first is the pacing. I really like to be able to get to know the characters and know how they develop and that feeling is brought up here. Second of all, it feels like it's a good family movie. It doesn't have too much profanity and it isn't all special effects and action. The art style is nice, too. The acting and music were good as well. The last thing that I really liked about this movie is how well they worked with what they had. The animation was pretty realistic and it was animated in a way that I like. It felt like they had that feeling to the movie that we have when watching a film like this. And finally, there is this really funny line that I really liked. The line where we get a brief moment in which Aurora and her dad are having a little misunderstanding, and she starts to ask how he's doing and he tells her that she can't hear the phone ring anymore. I like how they made that line, but I'm not sure that I would have liked it if it wasn't for the "how are you doing" line. There are a lot of really great things that I can talk about, but it's a lot to keep track of in a review like this. So I am going to give you my best advice to watch this movie. Just go in and enjoy it for the story, the animation, and the acting. You will enjoy this movie and I think that you will enjoy it. I hope that I'm not going to spoil the movie for you, but I think that it would be a good idea if you went in expecting a good movie and you don't mind that it's not perfect.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 12:55

I am a huge fan of the animated Star Wars prequels, so when I was a child I was so excited to watch this movie. This movie does not live up to the hype, but it's still entertaining. And the voice acting is really good. I don't think I've seen quite as many voices in a voice-acted movie as I have in this one. It was especially enjoyable to hear Puella Magi Madoka Magica's voice. The best part of this movie for me was the dialogue between characters. There were a lot of references to the prequels, so it was very fun to see them. And of course, you really have to like the prequels to enjoy this movie. But, I really liked the plot of this movie. It has a good mix of action, humor, and emotion. I especially liked the twist at the end. Overall, this movie is fun. The art and animation are great, the story is really good, and the characters are really good. But this movie has some flaws. I think the movie could've been longer. I also thought the movie could've been a little darker. But overall, I really enjoyed this movie. I think everyone should give this movie a try, as long as they don't expect too much. For a quick review of the movie: In a nutshell, it's a decent Star Wars movie. The story is good, the dialogue is funny, and the action is well done. The animation is very good, and the actors really work well with the characters. The story has some bad flaws, but it's still a good movie. Some people may dislike this movie because of it's very dark tone, but this is the perfect dark movie for someone who just wants to have a good time. Overall, it's a good movie.


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