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Gulliver's Travels
Genre: Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy
Director(s): Rob Letterman
Release Date: 22 December 2010
Movie rating: 4.9
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What is the movie Gulliver's Travels about?
When you hear that there is a movie starring Jack Black, you know it's more than great. After appearing the movies like The Cable Guy, Tenacious D the Pick Of Destiny, or giving voice to Lenny in Shark Tale, and Po in Kung Fu Panda, Jack Black has rightfully earned to have his name as the synonym for hysterical moments of laugh. This time, he has the honour to be the main role in an old story with a twist. Here, he gets to act a writer called Lemuel Gulliver, who is working in the mail room of the New York Daily newspaper. From the moment he's fired, he goes out in search for a new published and a new fresh story. So, his lead takes him to a Bermuda Triangle, where all the devices go crazy, ships, planes and lot of people disappeared. After a storm on the sea and shipwreck it seems like he's done. But, wait.. It is only then when his adventures begin, as he realizes he is in the land of very small people. True, they had him all wrapped up with ropes and he can't move a muscle, but he'll work his way out, as he always does. Besides Jack Black, there are also Emily Blunt, who gets the role of Princess Mary, Billy Connolly as King Theodore and Jason Segel as Horatio. This old tale with new comic events is directed by Rob Letterman and released in December 2010.
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