Are you asking, “Is The Inventor Family Appropriate?” We had an opportunity to screen the movie and share our movie review with you.
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Is The Inventor Family Appropriate? Movie Review
When I was first approached about this movie I thought I would like it but it definitely exceeded my expectations.
The movie is about Leonardo Divinci and shows beautiful 2D and Stop-Motion animation with some special effects. He goes on his journey to figure out the meaning of life.
The 2D hand-drawn animations are gorgeous with beautiful line art and principles of Animation. The art shows some of the art guidelines with a fun way to appreciate the art.
What I would not do to see the stages, sets, and puppets in real life! I am totally geeking out! I had the opportunity to visit LAIKA a couple of times but that is the only stop-motion stage I have seen along with owning some of the puppet heads.
Inventing flying contraptions, war machines, and studying skeletons, Leonardo da Vinci tackles the meaning of life itself with the help of French princess Marguerite de Nevarre.
What is the movie rated?
The movie is rated PG for Parental Guidance. It is definitely a family movie that is beautifully animated.
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Are there any controversial themes in the movie?
There weren’t any that I noticed.
Some early quotes from the movie?
“Lost in your thoughts again?” -Francesco
“We are not the center of all things.” -Leonardo Divinci
“Don’t you worry that your desire to learn everything could be dangerous?” -Francesco
“Nothing to fear in truth and knowledge. -Leonardo
“A well-spent day brings a happy sleep.” -Leonardo
“Some things are left unanswered!” – Pope Leo X played by Matt Berry
“Faith doesn’t make these easy. Faith makes things possible.” -Princess Marguerite played by Daisy Ridley
About the movie:
‘The Inventor,’ is a biographical film that is stop motion animation. This creation dives into the life of Leonardo da Vinci. It is directed by Jim Capobianco and Pierre-Luc Granjon. Among the talented voice cast are Stephen Fry, Marion Cotillard, Daisy Ridley, and Matt Berry. This cinematic movie will be available in the United States, France, and Ireland.
The movie debuted at the Annecy International Animation Film Festival on June 12, 2023, and is scheduled to hit the big screen on September 15, 2023, in the United States.