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The Games Maker

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The movie follows Ivan, a 10-year-old kid with a passion for crafting board games that enters a competition by mail to become the titular games maker. Orphaned in a freak ballooning accident, he starts on a Narnia-style journey into the fantastical and competitive world of game invention, and pits him against the inventor Morodian, who has long desired to destroy the city of Zyl.
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Common Sense Media
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June 08, 2016

Board-game themed fantasy has bullying, violence.
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NOW Toronto

November 14, 2015

Writer/director Juan Pablo Buscarini manages the occasional cute touch and pleasing art deco designs in this made-on-the-cheap children's fantasy, where the special effects are poor and the starved imagination can only feed on J.K. Rowling's dust.
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November 17, 2015

A fine new addition to the library of imaginative children's film fantasy.
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National Post
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November 12, 2015

You know what? The Games Maker is 111 minutes long but would take as least twice as long to explain.
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November 13, 2015

The plot might be a bit labyrinthian for kids, but, then, the young ones always do manage to find their way, don't they.
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