Welcome to Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, the strangest, most fantastic, most wonderful toy store in the world. It's a tantalizing toy haven in which everything inside literally comes to life - including the store itself - and where marvels of every imaginable, possible kind, and beyond, never cease . . . that is, until now.
When Mr. Magorium, the store's extraordinary 243 year-old proprietor (Dustin Hoffman), announces that he will at long last hand over the reigns of his wonder-expanding store to his unconfident younger manager, Molly Mahoney (Natalie Portman), the store decides to throw an unusual tantrum. As a skeptical accountant named Henry (Jason Bateman) comes in to audit the legos and lincoln logs, not to mention the whodathoughts and whatchamacallits, the once sparkling, coloor-saturated Emporium is suddenly embattled by mysterious changes. The playful toys are still there, but they've turned gray and quiet - and only Mahoney and Henry can revive the source of magic inside themselves.
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This film is what all family films should be like, taking you on a colourful ride of laughs and going through the sadness of losing a loved one. Dustin Hoffman plays a superb, extraordinary, marvelous, wonderful character, while Natalie Portman is just beautiful, and a talented actress, no matter what role she is in. I won't ruin the film for you, so just buy it and watch it, simple as!
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