A Christmas Carol (2009) 720p YIFY Movie

A Christmas Carol (2009)

An animated retelling of Charles Dickens' classic novel about a Victorian-era miser taken on a journey of self-redemption, courtesy of several mysterious Christmas apparitions.

IMDB: 6.858 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Comedy
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 601.27M
  • Resolution: 1280*528 / 23.976fps
  • Language: English  
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: PG
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 10

The Synopsis for A Christmas Carol (2009) 720p

Miser Ebenezer Scrooge is awakened on Christmas Eve by spirits who reveal to him his own miserable existence, what opportunities he wasted in his youth, his current cruelties, and the dire fate that awaits him if he does not change his ways. Scrooge is faced with his own story of growing bitterness and meanness, and must decide what his own future will hold: death or redemption.

The Director and Players for A Christmas Carol (2009) 720p

[Director]Robert Zemeckis
[Role:Fred]Colin Firth
[Role:Scrooge/Ghost of Christmas Past/Scrooge as a Young Boy/Scrooge as a Te]Jim Carrey
[Role:Bob Cratchit/Marley/Tiny Tim]Gary Oldman
[Role:Funerary Undertaker/Topper]Steve Valentine

The Reviews for A Christmas Carol (2009) 720p

Ugly; Squeezes the Magic Out of DickensReviewed byDanusha_Goska Save Send DeleteVote: 1/10

Robert Zemeckis' "Christmas Carol" is a big, bloated, ugly, tone-deaf monster that stomps all the magic out of Dickens' classic. It is nowhere near as good as the two best versions: the black-and-white, 1951, Alistair Sim "Scrooge," or the simple yet amazingly evocative animated, 1962 "Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol." If you've got young children, please don't take them to this movie. There are scenes of ghosts and demons that might frighten a youngster.

This is more of a Zemeckis film than a Disney one, or an adaption of Dickens' classic. It's got the same odd cold heart as "Polar Express" and the same theme park ride feel of "Back to the Future." Bigger is definitely better to this guy, so he gives Scrooge a house with fifty-foot ceilings and a staircase that goes on forever, but never does anything interesting with that bloated staircase and never makes those fifty feet necessary.

Dickens' "Christmas Carol" is chock full of poignant moments, but those moments never came to life for me in this movie till the final scene where Scrooge carries Tiny Tim on his shoulders. Had this been my only version of "Christmas Carol," I never would have understood the heartbreaking nature of Scrooge's lonely childhood, his broken engagement, or his estrangement from his nephew.

Finally, this version is very hard to look at. Scrooge is very, very ugly. You actually have close up views of the cavities in his obviously rotting teeth. His chin and nose are grotesque and his flesh is rendered as sagging, greasy, and full of pores. London is always dark; smoke pours from chimneys; streets are deserted. I didn't believe those lifeless streets. They didn't feel spooky; they just felt conspicuous for the absence of people and street lamps. If Zemeckis really wants to make a film that makes use of darkness, he needs to watch German expressionism and film noir.

On The Low End of the Spectrum!Reviewed byHitchcocVote: 5/10

It took me a long time to finally see this film. Visually it is quite impressive, but as is often the case, the movie falls far short of the better presentations of this story. Scrooge is portrayed in the usual way, but the treatment of his character is almost sadistic. So much license is taken with his plight that it falls into the realm of every juvenile movie made today. I'm really surprised that Ebenezer didn't have a skateboard. The way he is tossed and attacked in this film, totally distracts us from the central issue. That is a redemption of the soul. Scrooge's character is never one we care about. He is tortured and prodded. The spirits are dull and contrived. There is hardly a former love and a true sense of avarice. Bob Cratchitt and Tiny Tim are incredibly boring. The kid isn't of much interest. Finally, there is no emotion in Scrooge. This is animation which should allow incredible creativity. But the film sells its soul and dwindles away to nothing.

Worst Christmas Carol Version EVER!Reviewed byjames_674Vote: 1/10

This adaptation of the classic Dicken's novel "A Christmas Carol" has enraged me so much I am writing this review as I'm watching the film. It is absolutely terrible! the ghosts are completely misrepresented and the story is so disjointed you cant follow the story properly. It is far too dramatic in some places while rather silly in others. Considering the budget and cast, I am really disappointed, as I was hoping to see some of the Disney magic we all know and love, while showing one of my favourite Christmas books in a great film adaptation. This is no where near the case. It saddens me to think that the future generations of children will be watching this and thinking this is how the story really is. I recommend Patrick Stewart's version, or my personal favourite - Muppet's Christmas Carol - which has the right amount of child-friendly humour while still portraying the story well.

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