Tintenherz Film Dieses "Tintenherz" hat gar kein Blut mehr
Wenn Mo Folchart laut aus Büchern vorliest, kann er die Figuren daraus zum Leben erwecken. Als er seiner Frau Resa aus dem Fantasy-Roman `Tintenherz' vorliest, bringt er dabei versehentlich den Bösewicht Capricorn und andere dunkle Gestalten in. Tintenherz ist ein auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Cornelia Funke basierender Spielfilm mit Fantasy-Elementen. Er wurde von Iain Softley für New Line. Tintenherz ein Film von Iain Softley mit Brendan Fraser, Eliza Bennett. Inhaltsangabe: Buchbinder Mo (Brendan Fraser) hat eine besondere. Aber wenn es wirklich nach Elinors Willen ginge, bekämen die Zuschauer diesen Film ja nicht zu sehen – denn die nette Prämisse von Tintenherz (basierend. Mo "Silberzunge" Folchart (Brendan Fraser) liest seiner Tochter Meggie so ausdrucksvoll aus Märchenbüchern vor, dass Feen, Faune und Erzhalunken lebendig.
Mehrfach verschoben kommt am Donnerstag der Film "Tintenherz" ins Kino. Bestseller-Autorin Cornelia Funke hat die Umsetzung ihres. Tintenherz ein Film von Iain Softley mit Brendan Fraser, Eliza Bennett. Inhaltsangabe: Buchbinder Mo (Brendan Fraser) hat eine besondere. Wenn Mo Folchart laut aus Büchern vorliest, kann er die Figuren daraus zum Leben erwecken. Als er seiner Frau Resa aus dem Fantasy-Roman `Tintenherz' vorliest, bringt er dabei versehentlich den Bösewicht Capricorn und andere dunkle Gestalten in.
Now, ten years later, Meggie Eliza Bennett discovers the truth and it's up to her to escape Capricorn's evil grasp. Written by Gloria.
Teenage girls with "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" posters on their walls I assume are already trying to figure out how to harness this incredible power.
Fantasy is in with the kids so all indications point to "Inkheart" being a big success. And why shouldn't it?
All the elements are there for an entertaining movie, including Brendan Fraser again walking into the adventurer role and having it fit like white on rice.
I've not read Funke's book but I can imagine its been packed down for a better flow but screenwriter David Lindsay-Abaire always keeps track of the message and director Ian Softley does a nice job of keeping things moving.
Fraser is Mo the silver-tongue. He can make any character or object from a book come to life and on a sad note, he discovered this power too late.
When his daughter was a small child, he read her the book Inkheart, unleashing the fire-juggler Dustfinger Paul Bettany and worse, the bandit Capricorn Andy Serkis and his posse.
As they came out, his wife Ressa Sienna Guillroy went in. Now 9 years later, Mo is traveling with his daughter Meggie Eliza Hope Bennett to live with an Aunt Helen Mirren , but more importantly to find another copy of the book so he can set his wife free.
Just he is confronted by Dustfinger, who desperately wants to go back home, and Capricorn, who has built quite a life for himself in the real world and wants Mo to read to make him more dominant, including setting the most catastrophic villain from Inkheart, The Shadow, at his control.
It isn't hard to see the pro-reading angle in "Inkheart". So even if the plot holes in the screenplay are fairly gaping Why can't characters write and then read their way out of danger?
Everything is here for a quality fantasy; danger, heroism, colorful characters, and love and the direction remains fast-paced and tense always.
The special effects are also brilliant and seamless. The tornado ripping through Capricorn's castle offers non-stop excitement, and The Shadow, a villain composed of dust and fire for a mouth and eyes, is both suspenseful and frightening and is one of the best-looking fantasy characters i've seen since Ralph Fiennes as Voldemort.
Fraser basically plays Rick O'Connell again here, just with a different name but the same likable presence he always brings.
This type of role is his niche and he doesn't disappoint. Paul Bettany is called upon to do a little more and his performance is the true standout here, showing the menacing trickery and tortured desperation of a man anxiously trying to get home.
Bennett is not an annoying little kid but a fairly decent young actress and Andy Serkis more than fills the need for a glowering, power-mad villain.
And then you have Helen Mirren, playing Mo's feisty Aunt, and Jim Braodbent, playing the kooky author of Inkheart, both adding much needed comic relief.
It's not quite on par with "Harry Potter" but I found it more engaging than the marshmallow-y "Chronicles of Narnia". Regardless, it offers two hours of escapist fantasy and in the cold early months, that's the kind of stuff that does the body good.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Brendan Fraser Mo Sienna Guillory Resa Eliza Bennett Bookshop Proprietor Paul Bettany The prisoners are brought back to their cells along with Farid who has been put in the cell next to theirs.
That night, Dustfinger breaks out all of the prisoners and they run to Elinor's car, where Basta and another guard named Flatnose chase after them.
After a while, their car breaks down and they have to travel through the woods. They arrive at an abandoned village where they stay for a bit until they hear the guards coming with dogs to come and catch the group.
The dogs smell the marten, which is obvious because martens stink, which happens to be right above where Mo is hiding. The dogs start biting and attacking Mo.
Dustfinger sets them free and the group ties up the guards and puts them in an abandoned house where they had camped out for a bit.
They find a city where they can stay in a hotel for a bit while Elinor uses her secret credit card to buy them all new clothes and food.
Farid becomes Dustfinger's apprentice and starts to learn the art of Dustfinger's fire. Elinor leaves in a rental car and Farid and Dustfinger stay for a bit longer until Meggie and Mo leave.
Dustfinger, Farid, Meggie, and Mo go to Fenoglio's house in a small village close to the city. Fenoglio is the author of Inkheart who may be able to give them another copy of Inkheart since Capricorn had burned all the copies except for one that he kept.
They are disappointed when they learn Fenoglio does not have another copy, but since they asked him he wondered about their story, which they had to tell him.
He was interested to learn that his characters came to life and wanted to meet Dustfinger, but Dustfinger ran away with Farid trailing behind.
Fenoglio offers them an apartment so that they can live there for the time being when Mo fixes Fenoglio's books.
Mo, on an urgent call, leaves for the airport leaving Meggie with Fenoglio and his three grandchildren. When Elinor returns home, she expects to find everything the way she left it, but she was wrong.
All the books had been pulled off of the shelves and trampled on and in her library full of her most valuable books, she finds all of them were gone, except for a dead rooster hanging from the ceiling as a mark of Capricorn and his men.
When she looks outside, she sees a gigantic pile of ashes and realizes that her most valuable books had been burned. When seeing Capricorn, Fenoglio reveals Capricorn's past.
Though everyone knew the story that his father was a knight and his mother a princess, it happens to be that his father was a blacksmith and his mother, Mortola, or the Magpie, was just the head maidservant.
Capricorn takes them away to a cell in the attic of his house, where Meggie discovers that she also has her father's power, after bringing Tinkerbell out of Peter Pan.
Farid and Dustfinger sneak into the village where Dustfinger meets one of his old maidservant friends, Resa, who Farid thinks Dustfinger fancies.
Resa is a mute who taught Dustfinger how to read and write who came out of the Inkheart story a while back after the unfortunate Darius, a man with the same talent as Mo and Meggie, but his fear of Capricorn mixes up things in the book and makes them turn out weirdly.
Resa and Dustfinger conspire a plan to get Inkheart from Capricorn, which had to be stopped short because of the guards coming.
Dustfinger and Farid run back to the woods and stay there for a while. Given a test by the Magpie, Meggie brings out the tin soldier from the Hans Christian Andersen stories, which the Magpie lets her have along with some paper and a pen.
Fenoglio writes a happy story for the tin soldier and puts him back into his book, in which Fenoglio then starts writing a counter curse for when Meggie has to read out a horrible villain called the Shadow.
Gwin passes notes back and forth between Mo and Meggie, which are written in Elvish, to let them know what was happening.
Elinor and Mo arrive at the village from the airport and talk to Farid after Dustfinger had gotten kidnapped and sent to the crypt by trying to recover the Inkheart book.
They plan to try and stop the reading from happening, and Farid and Mo put on guard uniforms to blend in. In the night, shots are fired, and only Farid is injured by a whizzing bullet by getting a small cut on his head.
Elinor then gets caught by trying to find Farid and Mo after not returning and is put in the crypt with Resa, who had been caught trying to steal the book.
Meggie is forced to put on a white dress for the reading and has the counter curse for the Shadow in her sleeve, just as planned.
She also asks to see Dustfinger and finds her mom, Resa. Farid and Mo set Capricorn's house on fire as well as a close-by field.
During which everyone is paying attention to the fire, she switches out the planned reading for Fenoglio's handwritten story. She creates the Shadow and turns it against its master and kills Capricorn.
The Shadow turns back into the Fairies, glass men, and brownies whose ashes he was created from. Many of the magical creatures come home with Elinor.
Meggie, Mo, Resa, and Darius, who Elinor thinks will be useful with his book knowledge, go and live in Elinor's large house.
Meggie: A year-old, avid reader, and the daughter of Mortimer "Silvertongue" Folchart, ambitious and troublesome. She also has the ability to read things out of books like her father.
She inherits her love for books from her father. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. He has the ability to read characters out of stories, just like his daughter.
He is the husband to Resa who got read into the book Inkheart when Mo accidentally read Capricorn and Basta out along with Dustfinger.
Dustfinger: A character from a book called Inkheart. Dustfinger was read out of the book by Mortimer.
Dustfinger is a skilled performer who uses fire, otherwise known as a fire-eater. He has a horned marten called Gwin as his companion.
He is described as having three faint scars on his face from being cut by Basta and having sandy-colored hair. Throughout Inkheart , he searches only for the book, which is the only way back to his world.
Although he betrayed Mortimer and sold him out to Capricorn, he only did so because Capricorn had promised that he would be sent back home.
He protects Meggie on a few occasions, and is not truly evil. He does not fit into the world he was read into, and cares only for returning home to his family, which is the reason for many of his seemingly cruel deeds.
He is known for being very stealthy and skilled at remaining unseen. He has a calm and collected expression at attitude at almost all times.
Capricorn: Another character from Inkheart , he was also read out of the book by Mortimer. He is a mob boss.
Capricorn is a very tall, gaunt man, pale as parchment, with short bristly hair, and very pale bright eyes.
He is the main antagonist in the first book. He only cares about himself, and does not want to go back to his own world and time.
When he was a child, he was cruelly beaten if he cried or showed any types of pity towards someone, which produced his evil characteristics.
Gwin: Dustfinger's horned pet marten who lives in Dustfinger's backpack. He is not trained so he usually bites Dustfinger.
Elinor: Aunt of Mo's wife who disappeared. Elinor is a recluse who is proud of her collection of books. At first, she is somewhat rude to Meggie, fearing that Meggie will ruin her books, but warms up to her when she realizes that Meggie loves books just as much as she does.
Basta: Character from the book Inkheart. He has a thin angular face with close set eyes, not tall with narrow shoulders.
There is a note of fury about him, and he is extremely superstitious. Unlike other of Capricorn's men who wear all black, Basta wears a white shirt.
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