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Genres: Fantasy , Family , Comedy
Actors: Hugh Laurie , Doon Mackichan , Aden Gillett , Bradley Pierce , Raymond Pickard , Tom Felton , Flora Newbigin , Celia Imrie , Jim Broadbent , Mark Williams , John Goodman , Ruby Wax , Andrew Dunford , Bob Goody , Patrick Monckton
Director: Peter Hewitt
Country: United States, United Kingdom
Year: 1997
IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 (10811 votes)

The Borrowers are four-inch high “little people” who live under the floorboards. When the owner of the house they live in dies and evil realtor Ocious Potter wants to destroy the house to build luxury apartments on its place, they start to fight him with the help of the son of house owner, Pete.

Film Review

When i saw the first sense of The Borrowers, i was impressed by some dwarfs!! At the end of this film, it was plenty of dwarfs!! So impressive!! I mean they're beautifully cute!! The film- producer are really good when they could make the effects superbly!! I think that's why The Borrowers could win some side effects of award!!It was hilarious sometimes, touched sometimes but the main is it made audiences wanted to know the upshot ALL THE TIME!!! This film was suitable for a happy cluster night!! Maybe it ain't as perfect as a Hollywood film but it's worth watching!! Enjoy and have fun with The Borrowers!!

School holidays can be desperate times. While it’s nice to get out of school, you’re often left wondering exactly how to occupy your time, and it can lead you to do some extreme things. Like going to the cinema, and watching this.I’m sure there was a plot, but it was so poor and insignificant that I’ve forgotten just what it was. Whatever, the outcome was John Goodman chasing around these….. things, these small people, Borrowers. I think there was something about a house being knocked down as well, but it was an excuse for slap-stick rubbish. I think Death Wish fared better under plot.Then the characters themselves. John Goodman is okay at best, but how exactly did they choose the rest of the cast? Put all the world’s worst actors (Hugh Laurie excepted) on strips of paper and draw them out of a hat? It’s impossible to choose between Pod and Arrietty Clock, but one of them takes first and the other takes runner up, as to who exactly the most annoying character in the history of the …

I like many adventure films, and also the idea of big and small being good and bad, depending on which you are. You've seen how some great filmmakers created a giant world in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, well this is exactly the same good creation. Basically the Lenders, mother Victoria (Doon Mackichan) and father Joe (Aden Gillett) have been lied to by mean lawyer Ocious P. Potter (John Goodman) that there is no will to keep their house, so that he can build apartments. Meanwhile, in their house also live tiny people that they (and many others in the world) never knew about, The Borrowers. They are the Clock family, father Pod (Jim Broadbent), mother Homily (Celia Imrie) and the kids Arietty (Flora Newbigin) and Peagreen (Harry Potter's Malfoy, Tom Felton). Being caught by the Lender son Pete 'Petey' (Jumanji's Bradley Pierce), he is kind enough to help them travel secretly to the new house, but they are split up even before they set off. Arietty and Peagreen are now…

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