Mo and his daughter, Meggie, have the ability to bring storybook characters to life just by reading aloud. That gift backfires when he accidentally summons Capricorn, the evil villain of the novel “Inkheart.” Mo and Meggie must find a way to send him back to his literary realm, but the task will not be easy, for the malefactor likes his new world and will not leave it voluntarily.
Don’t you just love it when you watch a movie, think it’s awesome then find out there is a trilogy on it with each book 500 pages long?!?!?!?! I know I do. That’s why I decided to review the movie as well as the books!
This movie is about a man who finds out he has the gift to read books to life! But when his reading backfires and he reads out 3 villains form the story Inkheart and reads his wife into it. Now he is desperately trying to keep his daughter safe from his mistakes, and trying to find his wife. But the villains are hunting him down to read more monsters out of the fictional world…
This movie was amazing! It was action packed, interesting and full of magical adventures! There is some minor cursing. (Why do people curse? I don’t get it) And there is mention of violence. People get cut by knifes, burn their hands and a giant ash monster tries to kill some people. (Nothing described) There is also magic. (Obviously) People come out of books. Some monsters are mentioned and magical creatures. (No voo-doo or anything. The guy just has the gift to read fiction alive.)
Over all, this movie is very clean and I do suggest it. Younger kids may not like it. (I didn’t like it when I was little) But it is great for teens. Now time to read the books!!!!!!! -The Young Llama Reader.