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  • The animation behind them are so life like that I was very impressed with each scene of the movie
  • Also, the story line was very entertaining, and while the majority of the film was focused around the train it was not boring or tedious
  • I would recommend that if you have not yet seen this film for the holidays, that you and your family sit down and enjoy the film together

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The 2004 holiday film called “The Polar Express” is a heartwarming and touching film that really captures the pure and innocent magic of the Christmas season through the eyes of a child. It is a movie that the entire family will absolutely fall in love with and give everyone a new sense of how beautiful the joys of Christmas can be.

      In this film, a young boy has dug up some dirt on


      Santa Clause, and has come the conclusion that he is not real. On one magical Christmas Eve, the Polar Express wakes him up in the middle of the night and wants him to come aboard so that he, along with other children, can go to the North Pole and see Santa Clause. At first he is apprehensive, but he decides to go and enjoys a fun filled magical journey along the way ...

      • that leads him to believing in Santa Clause.

        One thing that really got me interested in this movie was how realistic the characters look. The animation behind them are so life like that I was very impressed with each scene of the movie. Also, the story line was very entertaining, and while the majority of the film was focused around the train it was not boring or tedious. The train was magical,

        and really captured my attention and draw me in to the magic of Christmas, as I’m sure that it will do for many other’s.

        “The Polar Express” is a movie that should be added to every holiday collection of must see films before the winter season is over. I would recommend that if you have not yet seen this film for the holidays, that you and your family sit down and enjoy the film together.




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