The Nutcracker in 3D


Action / Family / Fantasy / Musical

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 28%
IMDb Rating 4.4 10 2786


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October 12, 2012 at 04:44 PM


Elle Fanning as Mary
Shirley Henderson as The Nutcracker
Nathan Lane as Uncle Albert
John Turturro as The Rat King
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1hr 50 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 4 / 10

a dark Nutcracker

It's early 20th century. Mary (Elle Fanning) and her brother Max are left in the care of Uncle Albert (Nathan Lane) as their parents go out for the night. Albert shows the kids his doll Nutcracker. It comes alive during the night and takes Mary to another world. It's a world where the Rat King (John Turturro) has taken over Nutcracker's kingdom.

Nutcracker is a classic Christmas ballet. This is supposedly a dark reinterpretation of the origins of the story. All the Christmas wonder is gone. I doubt the 3D would look any good. I don't like the design of the CGI Nutcracker or his voice. I rather have the kid whom the Nutcracker transforms into. Having Nazi rats is one thing but why is the Rat King Andy Warhol? It makes him too hipster. Turning Nutcracker into a dark fairy tale could be workable but it needs a skilled craftsman. The only good part is Elle Fanning who does a terrific Alice in Wonderland. This is fundamentally flawed.

Reviewed by Eric Stevenson 2 / 10

Glad I didn't see it in 3D

It's the little things that make this movie so bad. I've seen a lot of Nutcracker movies, especially now for Christmas Month and honestly. I think Care Bears did it best. The rating's pretty high there! This movie is notorious for its ugly looking CGI. The worst part is seeing those rats with human faces. That seriously drove me nuts. Speaking of nuts, there's even a crotch joke in this movie.

This movie just makes no sense. There's one scene where the Queen Rat strengthens her powers by drinking this juice causing the nutcracker prince to turn back into a toy. What does that have to do with anything? There's obvious Nazi analogies and it's way out of place for a kid's movie not to mention one taking places before Nazis even existed. The Rat King looks hideous with his teeth. That scares me as an adult!

The nutcracker has this really bad voice and for some reason jumping on a pillow grows him to human size. The characters are especially annoying. There's this one kid who betrays his sister for absolutely no reason. I think it may have been influenced by the Narnia movie that came out at this time. The toys look awful with their CGI, especially the dancing ones. It's a terrible Christmas movie and terrible movie in general. *

Reviewed by Layla Myers 10 / 10

It's all in opinion

To me, this movie is by far one of the greatest movies I have had the privilege of watching. For years I would have memories of this movie from when I was younger; NC, the tree, the rat king, the wagon scene at the end, and especially the prince. Many times a year I would try my hardest to find this movie that kept filling my mind and would always fail. Well, today I have finally found it.

True, I had to pay $2.00 on YouTube to watch it because I couldn't find it anywhere else, but it was completely worth it.

I adored Uncle Albert's scenes when he breaks the 4th wall. I think it brought a sense of enlightenment and amusement to the movie. The prince was absolutely adorable and Elle Fanning and Charlie Rowe are phenomenal actors. Their characters were so believable and raw.They really made them come to life. The rat faces were done very well and the Nutcracker looked completely believable to me. Even the songs were cute.

It may just be personal preference, but I found this to be a great family movie and hands down an amazing piece of work. The reason behind all the bad reviews, I don't know. Maybe it's because of the "Nazi Rats" or maybe people are just rude. Who knows? But give this movie a chance, it might surprise you.

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