Having only seen all the Academy Awards it got, I decided to check this movie out. I finished it teary-eyed. Essentially, it's a story of a boy who tries to fix things, for clocks and people, and it has a very sweet and happy ending. The music befits the French environment, and is probably my favorite thing about the movie, as it easily gave me chills and made me tear up at just the right parts. The characters are portrayed very well, especially from Ben Kingsley. Having an open imagination, I was easily immersed in the story and how the characters develop, feeling like I was living the adventure. The selling point for me was (SMALL SPOILER) how it turned towards an emphasis on movies/film as a whole industry, and what it does for people, especially Ben Kingsley's character. I, being a huge fan of movies/films period, found this to be one of my favorite movies of all time, and being the age of 19 currently, I know I'll enjoy this until I turn old and share this with grandchildren.
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