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Arthur And The Invisibles 2 & 3: The New Minimoy Adventures

Arthur And The Invisibles 2 & 3: The New Minimoy Adventures - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Mar 17, 2011
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

A new movie coming to Blu-Ray/DVD March 22 - Arthur And The Invisibles 2 & 3: The New Minimoy Adventures - stars TINY characters voiced by some HUMUNGOUS stars: Freddie Highmore, Selena Gomez and Snoop Dogg!

Land of the Minimoys

Arthur And The Invisibles 2 & 3: The New Minimoy Adventures is about a 10-year-old kid named Arthur and his adventures (two separate ones) in a magical land. This is something every kid dreams about, right? Well, for Arthur, that dream comes true when, in the original movie (Arthur And The Invisibles), he finds the key to a secret world inhabited by tiny elfin creatures called Minimoys. After he shrinks down in size using the power of a telescope and the full moon, Arthur joins the Minimoys, where he discovers that his newfound friends need his help to save their underground world from an evil enemy named Maltazard…

They’re Back!

In the second and third sequels to Arthur And The Invisibles, it’s once again up to Arthur to help his tiny, tooth-sized friends. Emperor Maltazard is up to his old tricks, and this time Arthur has to face new dangers, including an army of giant insects, to save the Minimoys (and his crush, Princess Selenia) before it’s too late…


Arthur And The Invisibles 2 & 3: The New Minimoy Adventures Rating: 5

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Swaggieec:

Swaggieec: wrote:

Yeshhh!!!! There back xD
commented: Mon Sep 03, 2012

rockinglachu

rockinglachu wrote:

hmmmmmmmmmmmm
commented: Sat Jul 02, 2011

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i luv this
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