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Current Rating: 3.81

Current Rating: 3.81

based on 103 votes and 16 reviews

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  • 4 stars Very suprising movie, great story and very fun to watch.
  • I had high expectations going in but after watching it i can only say its an absolutely ridiculous movie.
  • If I could give this movie less than 1 star, I would. The "river" looked like it was designed only to become a thrill ride at disneyland. Bill Murrey must have been hard up to play in this horrid "adaptation" of a pretty fine book. Read the book, skip the movie.
  • Better than I expected. Probably more detail in the book. Still sets were well done and good family movie. ***'s.
  • amazing,very catching,and has a strong point of view .I would recommend it to friends .
  • Junk Bill Murry must have had to make this movie because of a contact. Total waste of money and time.
  • One of the best movies in a long time. A perfect family and teen film. No swearing or innuendo and a great plot - like the book. AND ONLY 3 WEEKS IN THE THEATRE IN CALGARY! What's going on>
  • Wonderful, good story line, I quite enjoyed it, one of those hidden gems you don't get much hype on.
  • I am a 30 year old man and I took my son ( 7 ) to this movie last night. We both loved it, I don't know how anybody could say that this movie sucked. The people that don't like this movie are negative people with no imagination. I wouldn't recommend it for anybody under 7 because there are a few scary parts. I gave it a 5 star
  • Full of adventure and action! I enjoyed this movie. Look for more of my reviews. E.B.A.

City of Ember

Genre:  Family | Running Time:  95 min.
Release date:  October 10, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  January 20, 2009

Current rating: Rating: 3.81
based on 103 votes and 16 reviews
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Cast: Bill Murray, Tim Robbins, Toby Jones, Saoirse Ronan, Martin Landau, Mackenzie Crook, Mary Kay Place, Harry Treadaway