Stardust (2007)

Tristan Thorn (Charlie Cox) and Yvaine (Claire Danes)

I liked most of the movie. There were some characters or scenes that didn't fully click for me. I thought some characters could have looked differently and some scenes could have been shot differently.

Lamia (Michelle Pfeiffer)

In the end, I love fantasy movies and that's a big reason for me to like Stardust. Other fantasy movies I enjoyed over the years include Pan's Labyrinth, Bridge of Terabithia, and Alice in Wonderland (2010).

left to right: Prince Primus (Jason Flemyng), Prince Septimus (Mark Strong),
Prince Secundus (Rupert Everett), and Prince Tertius (Mark Heap)

My friend asked which I thought was better, this movie or The Princess Bride (1987). I chose The Princess Bride.

Among the special features we watched the deleted scenes, the blooper reel (the very last part is especially funny), the theatrical trailer, and then started a feature that was boring that we didn't watch any more.

Captain Shakespeare (Robert De Niro) and Ferdy (Ricky Gervais)


I skimmed through parts of this movie today. While I didn't see all of it, I enjoyed the overall plot.

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As of 20180201, Netflix determined the movie for me as a 92% match.

Watched 20101225 (Blu-ray)
Stardust (2007) Michael Vaughn. 127 min [botnotsn (1998) by Neil Gaiman]

The King of Stormhold (Peter O'Toole)

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