French director Luc Besson expands the tale of Arthur and the Invisibles into a trilogy with this sequel that follows the further adventures of young Arthur as it unfolds in the popular series of children's books. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I am pleased to say, for an already surprisingly solid series, this is actually the best of the trilogy. Direct-to-video movies mostly directed towards younger audiences like this are largely junk. Here, I find myself reminded of the LotR trilogy, where it builds slowly towards the finale and it does not falter. Seeing Maltazar in the human world is actually quite effectively epic, for the subject matter.