over 2 years
It's not Christmas until I watch this film!
Seen it a few times, there's bits I totally love and bits I find boring, must see xmastime
over 3 years
Truly magical - takes you back to childhood. Stunning animation & beautiful soundtrack.
over 4 years
Easily can be added to the list of Christmas Classics! A great Xmas movie.
almost 5 years
True christmas film. But ONLY watch at christmastime. Beautiful graphic and soundtrack!
almost 5 years
A decent X-mas movie. The animation is what makes it exceptional.
A classic Christmas movie that inspires people of all ages to believe.
I don't love this movie, but it's not bad. Obvious they were hoping to create a "classic."
Justin L. Clemons
over 5 years
CGI was ahead of its time. Enjoyable Christmas movie with great voice acting.
over 6 years
красота.всяка коледа го гледам.ха,това съм аз!
almost 7 years
10/10 Enjoyable and Exciting
Not a classic, but good for the kids nonetheless. T. Hanks did not need to be in it.
Did t.hanks voice all adults on purpose or were they just being cheap? CGI not too scary..
The Polar Express is a 2004 motion capture computer-animated film based on the children's book of the same title by Chris Van Allsburg. Written, produced, and directed by Robert Zemeckis, the human characters in the film were animated using live action performance capture technique, with the exception of the waiters who dispense hot chocolate on the train, because their feats were impossible for live actors to achieve. Performance capture technology incorporates the movements of live actors into animated characters. The film stars Daryl Sabara, Nona Gaye, Jimmy Bennett, and Eddie Deezen, with Tom Hanks in six distinct roles. The film also included a performance by Tinashe at age 9, who later gained exposure as a pop singer in 2010, as the CGI-model for "Hero Girl". The film was produced by Castle Rock Entertainment in association with Shangri-La Entertainment, ImageMovers, Playtone and Golden Mean, for Warner Bros. The visual effects and performance capture were done at Sony Pictures...