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All-Time Top 5 with a Bullet (in no particular order): Stardust. It's love and adventure, pirates and princes and witches, coming of age and finding where you belong. Plus, even as a total prick, Henry Cavill (Humphrey) still makes me swoon.

Stardust is not just an amazing film. It is actually based on a fairytale novel written by Neil Gaiman in 1999. In this FANTASTIC story we learn that while so many people try to find happiness in the mundane, our dreams can only be fully grasped once we step outside our comfort zone.

I don't know anything about this picture, but look, a unicorn!!!

Stardust. Only movie I have ever liked Claire Danes in.

Favorite Quote: "A philosopher once asked, 'Are we human because we gaze at the stars or do we gaze at them because we are human?' Pointless, really... 'Do the stars gaze back?' Now *that's* a question." #Romance #Movies

Stardust. A young man has to find a fallen star in a magical land that borders his town. Stars Claire Danes and narrated by Ian McKellan. I just saw this last year, may be more easily understood by older kids, 7-10. But I'm sure younger chillins would enjoy the beauty and adventure.

Stardust by Neil Gaiman - the movie is also good, but of course the book is better :-)

Stardust (Claire Danes); harmless movie, much better book. Interesting costuming on the ladies, although Michelle Pfieffer's villainess gets the best costumes.

She laid a hand on his arm, her touch strong enough to convey worry. "Isaac..."

List of steampunk movies covered by movie license. TLT: Teen Librarian's Toolbox: Movie Break: Steampunk in the Theater