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The Book Thief

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Adopted by Rose and Hans during the second World War in Germany, Liesel, a young teenager girl, struggles against living in such havoc and bloodshed of wars, but when her parents helps a Jew, Max, who helps her know more about life, by sharing her former life with her, as she rob books to read them for him.
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HeyUGuys
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March 10, 2014

Regrettably this poignant and profound story, does not feel very poignant nor profound at all.
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May 05, 2014

Ultimately not much more complex than the moment in which two children yell "I hate Hitler" across a lake, it imparts the message that Nazis are bad, books are good, and Geoffrey Rush would make a great dad even in WWII Germany
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Detroit News
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November 22, 2013

"The Book Thief" may not be perfect, but it may steal your heart.
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Movie Talk
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March 08, 2014

Showing tragic events through a child's eyes can be a powerful storytelling strategy, but there's something altogether too cosy and bland about Downton Abbey director Brian Percival's handling of the material here.
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Dallas Morning News
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November 21, 2013

Pretty visuals give an unexpectedly painful twist to other parts of the story.
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Epoch Times
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June 07, 2016

'The Book Thief' mixes British actors using German accents, a few German actors, and the occasional German word, creating a playfully successful illusion of German-ness.
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Grantland
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December 10, 2013

The movie lacks the nerve to treat death as anything more menacing than the tooth fairy.
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Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
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March 24, 2014

This extremely moving drama suggests the Holocaust story Ray Bradbury might have written: Events are seen through a child's eyes; books are shown to contain a healing, transformative power; and the supernatural is real, if symbolic.
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Seattle Times

November 21, 2013

You just wonder if this film's audience might be happier at home, curled up with a book. "The Book Thief," perhaps.
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Scene-Stealers.com
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March 22, 2014

Zusak's story is stirring, and it holds the film up during most of its predictable parts, but The Book Thief never rises too far above that. The narration from Death only serves to make it more like some sort of fantastical fairy tale.
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New Yorker
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November 25, 2013

Markus Zusak's enormously successful young-adult novel seems to have been adapted as a movie for middle-aged children.
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Boston Globe
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November 21, 2013

A tale of WWII Germany as seen through the eyes of a young girl, "The Book Thief" is unobjectionable, sentimental, and not a little dull.
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