Nat Wolff replaces Dane DeHaan as Victor in the American release of the film. DeHaan voices Victor in the original version of the film. See more »
The time line of this movie suggests it is somewhere between 1885 and 1887. The motorcycle powered by an internal combustion engine was only invented in 1885. Yet the motorcycle shown in the movie as ridden by Mr. Luteau looks more like a motorcycle design of the late 1890s or early 1900s. See more »
[after Camille once again steals her music box]
Leave it. Give it back.
Silly me. I didn't throw it hard enough THE FIRST TIME!
[She prepares to throw it across the room, but Felicie grabs her wrist and takes her music box back]
Don't make the same mistake.
[puts the music box back in her pocket and starts to walk away]
Why are you leaving? Scared of being humiliated?
[stops and faces her]
Looks like you need more training.
[uses her broom to stretch her body]
You're nowhere ...
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The title doesn't appear until the end of the film. See more »
Overall good, but I can't stand Carly Rae Jepsen's voice for Odette
A story about an orphaned girl and her aspiring inventor friend escaping the orphanage to pursue their dreams. Decent, enjoyable, cliché with a hint of Karate Kid in it. I am quite happy to watch it from the beginning to its very end, but only one thing I can't stand, which is Carly Rae Jepsen's voice. I imagined Odette wouldn't sound like that. It's completely unexpected, not in a good way. It lacks passion and charisma of one who used to be the prima, the best ballerina. Her job at portraying Odette is the only thing that holds me back from re-watching this film, which is such a shame because the story and the animation are worth watching twice.
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