Stardust Reviews

Stardust Review
by Homer Yen
Plenty may doom this fantasy vehicle at the box office, but if that were to happen, it wouldn't be the fault of the actors. Blame it on the incomprehensible trailer that positions this more as a special-effects-laden adventure rather than a sweet...more

Stardust Review
by Mark R. Leeper
CAPSULE: With little pre-release fanfare, Neil Gaiman's STARDUST, directed by Matthew Vaughn, comes to the screen as a first-class fantasy film, one of the best. The story is convoluted but not really confusing. A young...more

Stardust Review
by Steve Rhodes
This fantasy comedy is set in the mid-1800s in England and in the adjoining mythical land of Stormhold, which is just over a stone wall that none dare cross. You can think of it as a blend of THE PRINCESS BRIDE and LORD OF THE RINGS, with a little...more