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The Secret of Moonacre

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After the funerals of her parents, Maria Merryweather finds a book that her father left her and discover that she is the last princess of the Moonacre Valley. Forced to move and live with her eccentric uncle in the Moonacre Valley, Maria soon finds herself in charge of protecting the countryside from destruction.
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Daily Mirror (UK)
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February 06, 2009

It's a slow-moving affair with wooden acting, duff special effects and some woefully unfunny comic moments from Tim Curry as an undersized chef. All in all, the thing's severely lacking in magic.
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Guardian
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February 06, 2009

A sweet if faintly soporific fantasy adventure for family audiences.
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Common Sense Media
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January 25, 2011

Enchanting fantasy turns teen into sweet, selfless princess.
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The Sun (UK)
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February 06, 2009

The Secret Of Moonacre lacks action, adventure and magic.
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Times (UK)
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February 12, 2009

Richards starred in 2007's The Golden Compass and, compared with big-budget fantasies of that kind, this smaller effort can't help looking mimsy, despite its good intentions.
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Daily Express (UK)
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February 10, 2009

Routine special effects merely add to the impression that this is a second division fantasy.
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Time Out
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February 05, 2009

Nicely put together, but just a little dull.
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Digital Spy
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February 06, 2009

This whimsical children's tale is uninspired yet doesn't drop far enough below mediocrity to justify a place in the lineup of "so-bad-they're-good" movies.
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Observer (UK)
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February 12, 2009

A film about magic that remains obdurately unmagical.
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Daily Mail (UK)
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February 06, 2009

Fantasy doesn't come feebler than this.
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Common Sense Media
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February 13, 2017

Enchanting fantasy turns teen into sweet, selfless princess.
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Independent (UK)
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February 10, 2009

A sluggish narrative is further hampered by "comic" turns (Juliet Stevenson, as a gurning governess) and some frankly shameless knockoffs.
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