- Directores: Bibo Bergeron
- Formato: Color, Importación
- Audio: Francés (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Francés
- Subtítulos para sordos: Francés
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.77:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación FSK: Desconocido. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- Estudio: EuropaCorp
- Duración: 86 minutos
- ASIN: B006LR7UA4
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº17.230 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Un monstre à Paris [Francia] [DVD]
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Une terrifiante créature (M) sème la panique dans tout Paris. Poursuivie sans relâche par le redoutable préfet Maynott, elle va trouver refuge dans le cabaret où chante Lucille, la belle au grand coeur. Emile, un timide projectionniste de cinéma et Raoul, un inventeur exubérant, se retrouvent aussi propulsés dans la chasse au monstre...
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First off the animation is top notch, attentions to details are incredible, amazing what you can do with CGI. Set, lighting, effects are all there, thus increasing the enjoyment.
Set in Paris in January of 1910, the Story revolves around an inventor/deliveryman, Raoul, and his theater projectionist friend, Emile. Emile has the hots for a cashier at the theater, Maud, wanting to take the girl on a real date. Raoul delivers needed supplies to a local professor , but has to deal with the Professors handyman who happens to be a monkey instead, (Along with his endless and always ready supply of answer cards he flashes at everybody). Emile is testing a new motion camera and Raoul is acting out his scientist side and accidentally mixes two chemicals. Setting off a chemical explosion. Caught in the explosion is a ordinary flea off the monkey, and thus creating a huge monster but harmless that is the basis of our story. For part of the chemical reaction outside of making average plants huge, is to give the flea a wonderful singing voice. But the flea escapes the gardens and begins 'terrorizing' Paris.
Enter Lucille, lead singer at the Rare Bird Cabaret whom Raoul has a secret crush on. She encounters the giant flea and hears him singing to himself and offers the creature shelter and protection. And to disguise him from an over ambitious Police chief. Lucille names the flea Franceour and when she performs on stage her song 'La Seine', Franceour joins in, much to the audience delight.
But the Police chief is determined to capture or better yet, kill "the Monster" and make a name for himself and actively pursues Franceoure.
I will not spoil more, but needless to say, a happy ending. My only regret is that in the English version, the voice of Franceour is played by Sean Lennon, where the original voice is by Mathieu Chedid, better known by his performers name of M. Chedid is no stranger to singing in English (he sang in Triplets of Belleville) It would have been nice to hear him instead, though Lennon literally sounds like him.
Lucille and Franceour's duet of 'La Seine' is perhaps the best part of the whole film.
My one complaint is that the DVD doesn't offer a French language with English subtitles to truly catch the feeling of the film.
But after watching this, I had to own the DVD. I highly recommend this delightful movie.
In April of 2013, OVER 16 MONTHS LATER, the United States is just now receiving an official release.
Which is utterly baffling, considering that even before the film's French release, A Monster In Paris went viral and gathered a cult following on the internet, with a large percentage of these fans American (myself included), due to the film's beautiful animation and music.
The music in this film is by Matthieu Chedid, better known by his stage name -M-. I became a fan of -M- and his music through A Monster In Paris. I now own three of -M-'s albums, having imported the CDs from France.
So you can imagine my disappointment when after over a year of waiting, I finally receive my official American release of A Monster In Paris on Blu-Ray/DVD, only to discover the original French language track is not included.
While I have nothing against the English dub, in fact the English versions of the songs are quite well done, the English songs swap out -M- for Sean Lennon.
Again, nothing against Sean Lennon, he does a fine job with performing the songs in English, but having become a fan of -M-'s music through this film I want to watch the version with -M- performing.
I ideally hoped to be able to watch this film in its original French with English subtitles, which I expect is how many others will want to view the film as well. Yet even though including the French language track in addition to the English dub and English subtitles seems like a no-brainer, Shout! Factory's failure to include such a simple but incredibly important feature is not only disappointing, but after a 16 month wait, is also unbelievably frustrating. I will without a doubt be sending in a complaint to Shout! Factory regarding the absence of the French language track, and I advise if you were also expecting to be able to watch the film in its original French with English subtitles, you do the same.
I love A Monster In Paris. It is an absolutely wonderful film that I highly recommend to anyone who loves animation, but because of Shout! Factory's negligence, I can only advise purchasing the American release of the film if you are fine with only the English dub (hence the 3-star rating). While the English dub is alright, I personally believe the ideal experience of this film should be in its original French with English subtitles. Unfortunately, the only way of doing this appears to be through importing the French Blu-Ray/DVD and then downloading English subtitles online, as the French Blu-Ray/DVD does not include English subtitles. Keep in mind however that due to region coding, the French Blu-Ray/DVD WILL NOT PLAY on most American Blu-Ray/DVD players. It will only play on a region free Blu-Ray/DVD player or a computer with region decoding software.
UPDATE: I've been informed that the Canadian DVD is multilingual, containing both the French and English tracks with English subtitles. Since Canadian DVDs are also Region 1, they WILL PLAY on most American DVD players. So importing a Canadian DVD would be a more simple, viable option for those who want to watch the film in its original French with English subtitles. Sadly for those of us who like our animation in high definition, there is no Canadian Blu-Ray, only a DVD. Importing the French Blu-Ray, finding a method of bypassing the region coding and then downloading subtitles still seems to be the only way of watching the film on Blu-Ray in French with subtitles.
I look forward to watching A Monster in Paris again to catch more details and more of everything about it.
5 stars doesn't seem enough for this brilliant film.
I'm searching for more of this team of artists, it's a true wonder.
The movie starts off at a fairly decent pace, with dialogue and some comedy used to help with character development. While most of the characters are interesting and fun, they never developed any of them to an extent where you cared deeply about them. However, in a <90 minute movie you're seldom going to get a brilliant script that can do such a thing. The movies pace is very even going, almost like a car on cruise control. The good news for your kids is their aren't many times for them to get bored, but it never really shifts into high gear either. It's not an 'edge of the seat' type movie.
Without getting long winded, I would surmise this movie as fun and interesting. I'd give it 3.5 stars - which is high praise from me.
It might help if you knew how I would rate other kids movies, to give this rating some perspective and to see if your tastes reflect my own.
5 star movies are: Ratatouille; Toy Story 2; How to Train a Dragon
4 star movies are: Surf's Up; Toy Story 1 & 3; Ice Age; Madagascar 3
3 star movies are: Madagascar 2; Ice Age 2; Brave; Princess & the Frog; Madagascar
2 star movies are: Cars 2