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Today the release of INKHEART and I'm glad to be the 1st person to watch it. Since it today the 1st show I got time while working and watching movie INKHEART...the story was fascinating and adventurous...Brendan Fraser gave the good impact in this movie as a father and a hero....alright then here is the plot of the stories...

Fraser stars as a bookbinder who drags his daughter Maggie (Eliza Bennett) through every dingy old bookstore of Europe, seeking a novel that swallowed his wife (Sienna Guillory) nine years before. Not that he tells Maggie this. But she's smart enough to recall that he hasn't read her a bedtime story ever since Mom disappeared.

Dad, it seems, is a Silvertongue, one of those characters described in the novel he seeks (titled "Inkheart"). In the act of reading a story aloud, he brings that story's reality to his own. Thus, characters from "Inkheart" — the fire-juggler Dustfinger (Paul Bettany) and the villain Capricorn (Andy Serkis) and his henchmen are chasing Dad. And Mom is lost in the book.

And yes, this is awfully similar to last month's "Bedtime Stories," but never mind.

The bad guys catch up and Dad, finally confronted by Dustfinger's desire to go home, enlists wacky, book-collecting Aunt Elinor (Helen Mirren) and the

actual author of "Inkheart" (Jim Broadbent) to help foil the villains, who want Dad to summon up this great special effect called "The Shadow."

The heroes use scenes read aloud from "The Arabian Nights" and "The Wizard of Oz" (a dandy Italian tornado) to escape Capricorn's clutches, and the author tries to scribble new scenes to correct the fix that these folks find themselves in thanks to his dazzling prose.

"The written word. It's a powerful thing. You have to be careful with it!"

The Oscar winners (three of them, if you count Mrs. Bettany, Jennifer Connelly, who has a one-scene cameo) enliven things considerably with just a sprinkle of wit. Fraser and Bettany are mostly reduced to advancing the corny and worn action plot, blathering pages of exposition during the exceedingly dull middle third of "Inkheart."