The Hero of Color City


Action / Animation / Family


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Christina Ricci as Yellow
Owen Wilson as Ricky The Dragon
Sean Astin as Horatio
Elizabeth Daily as Mom / Ben / Tutti Frutti / Neon Lime
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689.75 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 17 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 17 min
P/S 0 / 9

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by cinnamonstyck 9 / 10

Darling for kids, not too shabby for their parents, either.

As a parent who has had to sit through a lot of children's programming over the years, I really liked this little movie. The premise is cute, and there's a few jokes aimed at the parents in there. It's not so teeth-rottingly sweet as to be nauseating to Mom and Dad, the music is catchy, and the children's drawings come to life is an interesting concept that's not overdone. I've found myself asking my two year old if he'd like to watch the crayon movie again! The voice actor's list has some of my favorites on it including Sean Astin (from Goonies and The Lord Of The Rings) who I would never have pegged, although I knew it was familiar and I actually came to IMDb to see who the voice actor is. It also stars Owen Wilson and Christina Ricci, Craig Ferguson and Wayne Brady. Put the movie on for your kiddos- mine love it!

Reviewed by WHYtehawk 2 / 10

Average film for young children

This film is average baby sitting filler / bargain bin DVD quality in regards to plot. It meets all the criteria to keep preschoolers watching. Don't expect to enjoy it if you're an adult but is harmless enough. The quality of animation is basic but it falls moreso in review due to the basic plot. My kids aged seven,five and three seemed entertained enough by it and I'm not a 30 yr old neckbeard who expects a children's film to also keep adults entertained with subtext and highly developed themes in children's flicks. They are what they are. Pixar quality films like Toy Story 3 are rare for a reason. Good to see Craig Ferguson getting work though.

Reviewed by jlefevers 10 / 10

Inspiring for young kids!

Bright, colorful and an inspiring film for young kids! The film has a great cast of voice-overs of current, relevant actors and the plot incorporates a variety of characters whose personalities creatively match the colors of their crayons. Likely most suited for younger kids of 8 years old, or under. For a computer generated film which ends in under one and half hours it keeps the attention of its young audience. For us adults, the movie takes us back to our childhood, or a time when crayons were main characters in our daily fun. Finally, the film has partnered with a non-profit organization, The Crayon Collection, which donates used crayons for those less fortunate kids.

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