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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful.
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My son's are a huge thomas the train fan. They love this movie..Arrived on time and looks brand new even though it is used no scratches at all. Thank you!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
"I Always Knew Thomas was real....."
By Allison Coates
How can a badly edited, tinnily written movie with the zombie-acting of Peter Fonda be worth 5 stars?
Because my boys, 7, 5, and 2 yrs old, love it. And don't just love it, but are mesmerized. The live action-collaboration with the old model railroad sets is adorable. The 7 yr old, who had long ago left behind Thomas for Ninjago and the Clone Wars, sat down with his middlest and littlest brother and hugged them as they watched. Then he said under his breath "I Always Knew Thomas was real....." The 5 and 2 have never doubted.
This live-action Thomas movie lets them Believe in the magic in a delightful way. And the tenth or so time I let them watch, I sat down with them and watched too. It isn't half bad, and it is even funny. Every time it seems too harrowing, it backs off just a bit and is safe again for preschoolers. They will love it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. See all 378 customer reviews...
Kids can't get enough, parents might not love it so much.
By Morgan Moore
Kid score on this movie is 5+ stars. My kids can't watch this enough. The Parent score for this film is somewhere in the 2.5 range because it's a little bizarre and disjointed, strange scenes, awkward performances and annoying voices.
This is a feature-length Thomas film that doesn't conform to any of the normal conventions of any versions of the TV show the way other feature Thomas Films do (Like the Great Discovery). The animated part of the film focuses around Thomas, Lady and Diesel 10 and only shows other trains slightly. The live-action portion of the film features Alec Baldwin and Peter Fonda in strange roles. The narrative of this story is all over the place and can't hone in on a style of art direction. The tone is first whimsical, then nostalgic, then melancholy then rowdy. All over the place.