The Madeline Movie: Lost In Paris
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When her long lost Uncle Henri (Jason Alexander,Seinfeld) unexpectedly visits Miss Clavels Parisian boarding school from Vienna, Madeline is whisked away on promises of the wonderful new life, and family, of which she has always dreamed! But soon Madeline realizes that her new life is not as wonderful as she had hoped, and she must use her own wits and courage to maintain the only real family she has ever known.
Screen legends Christopher Plummer (The Sound Of Music) and Lauren Bacall (The Big Sleep) costar in the animated feature the New York Daily News calls delightful!
This DVD has been approved by The Dove Foundation for family viewing.
Top Customer Reviews
At this point we turned off the movie. I don't know why we waited so long. I guess I just never believed the writers would ever take the story down such a terrifying & dark path. I feel so mislead and angry and my child was simply frozen with fear. We had to read many books after switching it off to get some of the imagery out of her mind.
This was not at all appropriate for a 3-yr old (or a 4-yr old or a 5-yr old). Thank goodness I watched it with her! Otherwise who knows what else she was going to be exposed to. Why, oh why, do they make these kid videos so awful???
The theme they were probably trying to teach is teamwork can overcome adversity. and family is not just blood but those who love you most.
I was a little disturbed by the thought a bunch of what 7 year old were allowed to run around on the Paris metro and no adult took note and made sure they were ok.
If you think of it The rescuers is an even more disturbing theme a kidnapped child from an orphanage is used to find a diamond, motivated by having her sole prized possession ripped from her, Endangered by rising tide in an underwater cave, Then held at gunpoint by her captor. Who while they did not show it it was certainly implied beat her. & did show verbally abuse her. in comparison this movie is very very tame.
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It's very rare in this era of "the birth family is the best place for children" that we get a movie that says "family means the people that love you"and that's why people hate this movie. Notice, that most of the bad reviews are written by parents with biological children, and not by parents with adopted children. Just so you know, I was seven when I watched this movie and was not scared by it, because of that I feel like an alien. I am 16 now and can notice the movie's theme, and why the reviews are bad. This Madeline story, because of its theme, is close to my heart.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The movies were excellent and the price was just right. Thanks a lot!Published 17 months ago by R. Julieta Kozak
This was a horrible movie for young children and scared my three year old grandaughter. She said she NEVER, NEVER wants to see it again! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Cynthia Javes
This movie is DEFINITELY NOT for little children as it is sooooo scarey. I purchased this for my five year old girl and have not even put it on for her to watch. Read morePublished on February 14, 2012 by lady from Canada