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Year:
2013
Country:
USA
Genre:
Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Romance
IMDB rating:
6.3
Director:
Bryan Singer
Ben Daniels as Fumm
John Kassir as Fallon
Chris Brailsford as Blacksmith
Joy McBrinn as Old Maid
Santi Scinelli as Soothsayer
Simon Lowe as Monk
Ralph Brown as General Entin
Ewan McGregor as Elmont
Ian McShane as King Brahmwell
Bill Nighy as General Fallon
Stanley Tucci as Lord Roderick
Daniel Lapaine as Jack's Dad
Eleanor Tomlinson as Princess Isabelle
Storyline: Sent to the market by his uncle to sell their horse and buy thatch for their roof, Jack meets the beautiful Princess Isabelle whom he rescues her from ruffians. He returns home only with a handful of beans given to him by a monk who claimed they were sacred but that does little to impress his uncle who tosses them away. In the night the Princess arrives having run off to keep from marrying Roderick who is clearly only interested in becoming king. Soon the beans take root with a giant stalk carrying away the princess and Jack's house. He soon sets off on an adventure with the king's guards to rescue the princess only to find that a mythical land filled with giants really exists.
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Reviews
Entertaining!
This was very good escapist entertainment in 3D. In the mythical kingdom of Cloister a giant beanstalk opens up all kinds of trouble. There are a captured princess and some very scary giants. The giants are pretty disgusting and funny in a weird way.

Instead of Jack being a boy, he is now a poor young man who lives on a farm. It falls to him to help rescue the princess.

The human villains are great, but it is the giants who are the real stars of this movie. Jack and the princess are very sweet and believable.

Little kids may find this PG13 film too frightening. Fantasy lovers in particular will enjoy it.
2013-03-02
Fun movie
Don't expect a masterpiece.

The film starts out in an old kingdom, with the parallel stories of a farm boy and a princess the same age, growing up in different worlds. The princess grows up headstrong and wants to "have adventures." We've all heard/seen this one before, right? We've even heard the Jack and the Magic Beans story.

But as this one unfolds, it gets better, it gets bigger, and is worth the while of seeing it (I caught it in IMAX 3D, the final day it's available in my town in that format).

It's to be noted that this is a fantasy adventure film so there are annoying unlikely coincidences typical of these kind of film, that drive the characters and story along and the characters are not deep at all. still, the script has an economy and efficiency that I appreciated and the film is full of great visual ideas.

Also, try to see it in 3D if possible.
2013-03-07
A Fun Family Fantasy Picture With An Animated Disney Tone.
Let's wind back to the year 2001 when one trilogy redefined a classic genre…

The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy is an epic masterpiece like no other. A magnificent world, memorable characters, horrifying creatures and the mother of all god epic battles unlike anything before or since. It truly redefined and changed the way fantasy movies are made. And since its release, many other fairy tales and fantasy stories have tried to cash in by getting an epic Hollywood treatment with such films as The Chronicles Of Narnia, The Brothers Grim and Snow White & The Huntsman,. And today we'll be looking at a film with the same cash on goodness. So let's climb up to Jack The Giant Slayer.

PLOT - In this retelling of the classic fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk, the title character Jack (Nicholas Hoult) and a runaway princess (Eleanor Tomlinson) are thrust into the sky when vines sprouting from the magic beans vault Jack's cabin into the sky. A race of giants exiled there by the power of a magic crown plots to return below and recapture the human kingdom. The King (Ian Mcshane) sends a rescue party of his knights (Ewan McGregor) and the princess's evil fiancé to rescue the princess, and the evil prince uses the magical crown in an attempt to seize the power of the giants to take over the kingdom. REVIEW - So what can I say about the film? Well, it was okay. Very much a family friendly fantasy picture.

CHARACTERS - Jack is the coming of age hero. He does fall onto the same clichés as something like Aladdin. From a poor kid to an action hero. He dreams of being a knight like allot of films and we've seen this before. Is being a knight the only cool job in these worlds? Couldn't you take up as a jester? The princess is very much a typical Disney type princess, dreaming of something more, and trying to be more independent, but still ends up being kidnapped and rescued. Ewan McGregor is my favorite character in the film, playing a Phoebes knight roll well and is really likable, almost Han Solo-ish. He's also very heroic. There even is a few moments where there's a love square between Jack, Ewan The Royal Adviser and The princess. Ewan even gets friend zoned. Well what do you expect when your both a Jedi and a Knight. Sometimes the codes you follow suck Kenobi. Speaking of Star Wars, there is a quick little hint to Ewan's role when he says "I've got a bad feeling about this." The King I really found interesting. He's not the stereotype king, though he does have a few Disney style king moments. He does show his true colors in his character and instead of getting the axe, he actually fights alongside his troops during the battle. That's awesome. The Evil Royal Adviser is the same stick as someone like Jafar or Hiss. A manipulator who wants control of the kingdom. Then there's the giants themselves, though the CGI is not that great, there's allot of characters. So I won't go into much detail. The main Giant is much like Davy Jones. Well he is voiced by the same actor.

PRODUCTION - Director Bryan Singer does a good job and the film was released by Warner Brothers and New Line Cinema, seems these two studios are really packing in the fantasy genera. The special effects are okay. As I said the CG is not that great on the giants. It looks like something out of a Robert Zemmekis Motion Capture film. But the rest of the effects are good, though nothing special.

TONE - If I had to pick a few words on the film, it would be a mix of a Classic Fantasy Quest and Adventure. It is epic on some grounds, but a little toned down for the kids. And while we're on the subject of Quests, tell me you can't watch any quest movie without hearing The Legend Of Zelda theme. Plus the end battle is well done and pretty damn intense.

OVERALL - Jack The Giant Slayer is a good watch. The characters a good, the story is strait forward, and the special effects are okay. If anything, it honestly feels like an animated Disney film, especially with the character stereotypes. It's a fun movie for the family to watch and the kids will love it. A great way to start them as Fantasy beginners.
2014-04-04
Bryan Singer's fantasy just feels like studio 'box ticking'
A modern reinvention of the famous fairytale, the 2013 version of Jack and the Beanstalk is what you'd expect: a young peasant boy gets wrapped into an adventure with knights who must rescue a princess snatched by the suddenly growing stalk, and then abducted by giants.

Ultimately just sort of'there', Bryan Singer's fantasy adventure just feels like an exercise in studio 'box ticking' without much gusto or spark. This is thanks to a lot of unfinished CGI effects (a cinematic detailing the origin of the human/giant conflict trying to go for a 'woodcut' aesthetic but instead looking more like those glossy PS1 cutscenes with stretched textures and 'shine') and extreme'been there, done that' writing that won't do much for older viewers (and it doesn't have its tongue in cheek often enough to compensate). It gives us the most basic 'underdog saves princess and stops ancient evil from destroying land' plot in a while and again, not in a charming 'throwback' or self aware way like say Indiana Jones or Pirates of the Caribbean pulled off.

However, its charismatic and talented cast do try, with Stanley Tucci being enjoyably hammy and slimy as a Jafar-esque adviser while veteran Ian McShane is imposing as the old King. Singer regular and Composer John Ottman provides a suitably bold and bombastic orchestral score ala classic John Williams that adds a greater sense of wonder and awe than the film itself allows at times. Plus the action, in spite of the passable effects, still has some neat moments of invention, like the giants using windmills as throwing blades, sending entire battalions of knights flying, and the giants themselves are suitably grotesque. However though, this does lead to the obvious jokes (seriously, take a guess as to what kind of broad, pandering comedy a bunch of filthy monsters are going to have in a family-aimed film).

In the end, 'Slayer' is just safe, a film that ticks boxes and gets from A to B. It's perfectly passable family entertainment, and the kids will probably get into the giants and action, but unless you need a quick fantasy fix, go elsewhere.
2014-12-24
My Review
I watched this movie yesterday. I have seen lot of movies in 3D, but this one was one of the best 3d movie i have ever seen. Pure adventure, thrilling and Unpredictable.

I am movie addict, i am real good in predicting whats going to be next,but this time i was not able to predict any thing. at some part of the movie i was pretty sure this is the end and i was just about to get up but it was not, the movie turns so quick that you don't want to move from your seats or shift an eye to see whats happening around. This movie took me to total adventure and is a must watch in 3D

I have rated this movie 8.
2013-03-15
Terrific
The magic beans sprout skyward and take Jack's (Nicholas Hoult) house with Princess Isabelle (Eleanor Tomlinson) in it. King Bramwell (Ian McShane) orders, Elmont (Ewan McGregor) Captain of the Army and Jack to climb the beanstalk and rescue his daughter. When they reach the top they realize that the rumors are true: there really are Giants. .......Gulp!

This is a lot better than I expected. It's almost epic-like. The acting, stunts, editing, photography, cinematography, CGI, and other special effects were all first rate. There may be some Oscars in here for some things. Nothing dragged, the pacing was spot on. Hey, I believed Giants existed too. And, from time to time, some humor was injected in the right places. Yes, a lot better than I expected. Better than Transformers. Kudos.

There are many winners in here but special attention must be paid to the CGI, which proves beyond any doubt that it enhances stories. It does, it does, it really does. What you will see makes you believe everything is real. Did I mention that I believed?

Stanley Tucci (hey, with hair) plays a good part as Roderick, who betrays King Bramwell and becomes King of the Giants. Now, how does that happen? You'll see. Ian McShane plays a good King and that is something we all want to see…..and we do. Ewan McGregor is solid as Captain of King Bramwell's army. Eleanor Tomlinson as Princess Isabelle is very good in here. Nicholas Hoult is new to me but he played a very good Jack.

The thing that surprised me the most was the defenses that King Bramwell's castle had to repel the Giants. There were some very unique weapons and I was more than pleasantly surprised. No other movie had shown these weapons before. Very good. Very clever. Again, Kudos.

There is only one drawback (there you go again): very small children may be frightened with the look of the Giants. And, yes, they are scary ………..and sometimes funny, but still scary.

Over all, this is a terrific movie and very entertaining. (hey, remember it took you a long time to see this movie as you didn't think it would be any good) Yes, guilty as charged. It is terrific. (9/10)

Violence: Yes. Sex: No. Nudity: No. Scary Giants: Yes, small children may be frightened. Language: No.
2013-06-28
A great adaptation of Jack and the Beanstalk
Plot: The plot is as simple as it can be; it stay mostly true to the original fairy tale. A farmer boy (Jack) got his hands on magical beans, and one of them fell on the ground beneath his wooden house. A beautiful yet adventurous princess (Isabelle) took shelter at his home when the bean grew into a giant beanstalk, bringing the princess (and his house) up to the kingdom of giants. Now, it is up for Jack to save Isabelle (and subsequently the human nation on the ground) from the ruthless, mad, human-eating Giants who have hold their revenge against human for centuries...

Review: As I said before, the plot is very simple. Yet, the fact that the storyline is simple and uncomplicated makes the movie very enjoyable to watch. The director clearly focus on entertaining the crowd with good humor and charm, and thrill the crowd with fast-paced action which never gets boring. Well done to the director Bryan Singer.

The castings are a bit surprising. Using mainly British actors, only Ewan McGregor and Stanley Tucci are the actors that I can recognized. However, the lead character, Jack (Nicholas Hoult) gave an plausible acting in the movie. He did a good job as a likable and humble farmer boy. Though to be fair, his character is rather simple. Isabelle, played by Eleanor Tomlinson, is a princess who is adventurous and wants some independence from his boring royal life. Jack & Isabelle (hmmm...Jacob & Isabella from twilight..coincidence?) is perfect for each other,and bring a jolly and cheerful feel to the audience. General Elmont, played by McGregor, stands out with his charm and comedy. The choice of Trucci as Roderick, the human villain is somewhat refreshing, as he played a comedic evil guy who is very easy to hate. All in all, the castings played a good job in their role, as what was to be expected from their simple, straightforward character.

The cinematic in the movie was stunning. The giants were rendered in detail. And there were many of them. Some of the scenes can be gory (giants torturing human, eating their heads out, stomping on them like bugs etc). The effect of the beans grow to their gigantic size was epic. Well, this is a big budget movie after all.

In conclusion, this movie is fun to watch, whether with friends or family. There are many funny moments, beautifully rendered scenes, and there's the love line of a farmer boy and a princess. And they live happily ever after. What more do you want? This is a fairy tale after all.

Final Verdict: 6.8/10. A light-hearted movie, suitable for all. Recommended.
2013-03-02
Very enjoyable fantasy romp
Jack, magic beans, beanstalk, giants, Fee Fi Fo Fum - if you ever had bedtime stories read to you when you were small, there will be no surprises here.

This is a romp, plain and simple, and by far the best of the recent spate of re-imagining fairy stories - this one is hardly reimagined at all, it simply fuses Jack (of beanstalk fame) with Jack (of giantslaying fame). It does add in a slimy rotter (Stanley Tucci having enormous fun with Duston Hoffman's old teeth from Hook) and a rather anonymous princess (with a much less anonymous dad in the form of Ian McShane), and a host of expeditioners up the beanstalk, all of who are available for slaughter, and not always in the order you expected, either. Nicholas Hoult is a personable Jack, and Bill Nighy, as the Giant General, gives his Davy Jones voice from Pirates another outing, albeit with an Ulster overcoat replacing the kilt.

The special effects are terrific, the 3D less so: like so many 3D movies there are some shots which have a "Wow!" element, but the 3D is hardly noticeable through much of the movie.

Some of the violence is such that I would not recommend this for small children. Otherwise, this is a terrific fantasy movie, the best of the recent bunch.
2013-03-25
I made a mistake
Yupp you read that right(I Made A Mistake). When this movie was at the theater's I had a chance to see it. However there was a film in which I have waited to see for a long time. I will not mention the other movies name but that movie was a let down. I finally saw Jack The Giant Slayer in my living room and wish I could have given my money to the ones that made such a great movie.

We all know the story and this retelling adds clever pieces to the tale. I really enjoyed the fantasy style imagery. The story was accompanied by a cute love story too.The actors all did a good job and though the CG was sometimes not the right color it all blended well and came together with the great production. I wish I never skipped this one at the theater for real!
2013-06-06
Looked amazing. Crap storyline. 4/10
Review: This movie does look impressive, but the casting was terrible, along with the corny storyline. I was expecting something amazing, but as usual I got let down and I lost interest. I did like the look of the giants and some of the fighting scenes were done extremely well, but I didn't really care for any of the characters which just made the movie drag. Medieval movies in the genre only really work when they have a touch of wit, which this movie has none, and the whole background story was quite boring. Visually, you can't fault it but that's about it. Watchable!

Round-Up: This movie was lucky to, just about, break even because you can tell that there was a lot of work put into it. The attention to detail was great, which must make this movie look amazing in 3D, but you end up just wanting to see the giants more than the main characters. There isn't much chemistry between each character so the whole emotional element is missing. It must have been hard for the actors because there is a lot of green screen work, were there acting without anything being there, so I do credit them for that. It's not n the league of the Game Of Thrones, but it's worth watching just for the CGI.

Budget: $195million (WOW!) Worldwide Gross: $198million

I recommend this movie to people who like there human against giants type of fairy tales. 4/10
2013-09-28
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