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A Monster in Paris




A Monster in Paris 


I am one of the most transparent people you will run across. If I like something I tell you. If I don't like something I will also tell you. I do so in the most loving manner I can. When it comes to A Monster in Paris, I like it. I like this movie a lot. The main lesson is not to judge a book by its cover.

Two gentleman in Paris 1910 find themselves at a professors laboratory after making a delivery. One of them is actually not even a delivery man - Emile. He is along for a ride to purchase equipment for the movie theater. They go into the lab against the note left by the professor, and his helping monkey.

One of them - Raoul decides to start playing around. He creates a fifty foot sunflower seed plant, and a seven foot flea. This flea Franc has a wonderful singing voice, and a talent to quickly learn musical instruments. He sings with the talented Lucille. The police commissioner Maynott is out to destroy the monster.

A Monster in Paris is a dual love story but not in the beauty and the beast kind of way. Raoul and Lucille are in love, and so is Emille with the front lady of his theater. The two couples learn to express their feelings for one another. All of them grow bolder throughout the movie.

A Monster in Paris does contain some peril. The police commissioner tries to kill Franc in a variety of different ways. He is not trying to stop a public menace though. His motives are to get the masses minds off the flooding in Paris, and to acknowledge they need him. Yes he has a bit of an ego problem.

The visuals in A Monster in Paris are great. The voice acting is stellar, and the overall story is important. A Monster in Paris also contains numerous instances of humor. It was easy to connect with the different characters in this movie. I am very thankful I was able to watch and review A Monster in Paris.
- Paul


Graphics: 89%
Sound: 97%
Replay/Extras: 74%
Gameplay: 94%
Family Friendly Factor: 92%

System: DVD
Publisher: Shout Factory
ating: ‘PG’ - Parental Guidance Suggested {Some Action Violence Involving Gun Play and Mild Crude Humor}
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