PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
When a massive fire kills their parents, three children are delivered to the custody of cousin and stage actor Count Olaf, who is secretly plotting to steal their parents' vast fortune.
Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki chose a specific color palette backdrop for the major locations in the film: Count Olaf's house (The Bad Beginning) uses green, black, and gray. Uncle Monty's house (The Reptile Room) uses green, brown, and yellow. Aunt Josephine's ... ...
I'm sorry to say that this is not the movie you will be watching. The movie you are about to see is extremely unpleasant. If you wish to see a film about a happy little elf, I'm sure there is still plenty of seating in theatre number two. However, ...
When the train is passing by the car Violet and Klaus are looking at it and smiling. When it cuts to Sunny clapping Violet and Klaus are suddenly facing each other.
The film begins as if it is a stop-motion animated film which calls itself "The Littlest Elf". After thirty seconds of action, everything stops, the set goes dark, and Lemony Snicket's voiceover is heard saying that unfortunately, this isn't the film you are about to see. "The Littlest Elf" is the only title shown onscreen during the opening credits. As Snicket is doing his voiceover, the scene changes to a person walking through a foggy graveyard.
Hungarian Dance #5
Written by Johannes Brahms
$1,575,442 (Australia) (17 December 2004)
$118,627,117 (USA) (24 April 2005)
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