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Wolfwalkers

Wolfwalkers

Wolfwalkers

From the Oscar-nominated studio behind Song of the Sea and The Breadwinner comes this animated fantasy adventure set in Ireland, following a young girl who becomes a wolf.

In a time of superstition and magic, when wolves are seen as demonic and nature an evil to be tamed, a young apprentice hunter comes to Ireland with her father to wipe out the last pack. But when she saves a wild native girl, their friendship leads her to discover the world of the Wolfwalkers and transform her into the very thing her father is tasked to destroy.

2020103 minsIreland, USA, Luxembourg
AdventureAnimatedKids & FamilyFantasy

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

The storyline’s edges are frayed just enough to give it the gentle distance of a tale recalled though the gauze of myth and memory.

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Film Threat

Film Threat

Wolfwalkers is a beautiful movie for fans of animation and families with young children. If you want to ween the little ones off Disney’s overproduced glitz and turn them on to alternative forms of animation and storytelling, Wolfwalkers is a great place to start.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A treat. With astonishing craft and visual storytelling that howls from the screen, Cartoon Saloon have surely secured their place in the animation hall of fame.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

A lovely, satisfying saga, Wolfwalkers has the feel of an instant classic.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Textured in ways that family entertainment is rarely allowed to be and even more visually ambitious that the other Cartoon Saloon films, this is a special movie.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Far and away the best animated film of the year so far (one worthy of such hosannas no matter how limited the competition has been), this heartfelt tale of love and loss is the most visually enchanting feature its studio has made thus far, as well as the most poignant.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The beautifully rendered result proves to be even more than one had hoped for: a visually dazzling, richly imaginative, emotionally resonant production that taps into contemporary concerns while being true to its distant origins.

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Variety

Variety

In the decade since “Kells,” it’s not just the technological advances that make Moore’s latest so impressive, but the rapidly changing cultural conversations as well. He brings everything together by borrowing from timeless visual influences, leaving audiences with another stunning artwork for the ages.

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