Artemis Fowl sees the new movie baring his name and orders Butler to remove the people involved in its creation.

This is book Butler. He needs to kill or otherwise incapacitate everyone involved with the creation of the movie.

Round 1: Only the Crew and Directors. Butler has funding from Artemis

Round 2: All of Disney. The LEP have decided the Film is a risk to Fairy security and have given Butler access to their supplies.

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Official Discussion - Artemis Fowl [SPOILERS]

Poll

If you've seen the film, please rate it at this poll.

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Summary:

Artemis Fowl is a 12-year-old genius and a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds. He searches for his father, who has mysteriously disappeared, and comes into conflict with the hidden world of the fairies.

Director:

Kenneth Branagh

Writers:

screenplay by Conor McPherson, Hamish McColl

based on the novel by Eoin Colfer

Cast:

  • Ferdia Shaw as Artemis Fowl II
  • Lara McDonnell as Holly Short
  • Josh Gad as Mulch Diggums
  • Tamara Smart as Juliet Butler
  • Nonso Anozie as Domovoi "Dom" Butler
  • Colin Farrell as Artemis Fowl I
  • Hong Chau as O
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'Artemis Fowl' Review Thread

Rotten Tomatoes: 14% (56 reviews) with a 3.91 average rating

> Critics consensus: A would-be franchise-starter that will anger fans of the source material and leave newcomers befuddled, Artemis Fowl is frustratingly flightless.

Metacritic: 32/100 (26 critics)

The scores will change as time passes. Meanwhile, I’ll post some short reviews.

> This long-in-development adaptation, directed with misplaced bravado by Kenneth Branagh, has enough plot for four or five movies, none of which you will want to see. The idea of bringing a popular YA franchise β€” more than 25 million copies sold worldwide β€” to the screen is to expand the fan base, not shrink it.

-David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter

> In a film built on a bestselling eight-book series, filled with all manner of magical beings (including Colin Farrell), and ri

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I have now submitted over 50+ Tickets on Physics Abuse of Arty Drowning and Intentional Fowl Play. I Tracked to see if those accounts stopped playing to see if there was a Ban Implemented. Out of the 50+ Tickets. Zero Accounts had days that players stopped playing.
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I bought this book but had to return it for all the fowl language
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The Artemis Fowl movie had one of the strangest cases of race swapping I’ve ever seen

So Disney made a movie based on Eion Colfer’s pretty good YA book series Artemis Fowl. I’m a big fan of the series as it made up a big chunk of my childhood, so I was a little concerned about Disney getting their greasy paws on the IP.

I’ve not yet seen it but the reviews it’s gotten haven’t been very inspiring, or even very surprising honestly. What I wanted to rant about were two bizarre race changes the studio made for two of the characters.

Now, just to get my stance on studios changing a character’s race/gender/sexuality, etc, for an adaptation out of the way, I will always prefer they don’t. That said, I’ll be willing to give the actor a chance, and if they do a good job, I can accept it. The problem with Artemis Fowl’s changes were that they made no sense.

One of the characters they changed was Butler, the child criminal mastermind Artemis Fowl’s adult bodyguard, best friend, mentor, and yes, butler, all rolled into one. He’s also an absolutely massive slab o

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Also eragon, percy jackson, and artemis fowl movies
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My Artemis Fowl book collection
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Artemis Fowl on Disney+ Megathread

Hey guys!

Apologies - I should have done this sooner. I've had my hands full with the site and socials today.

There's about 365873758 threads talking about the movie. I'm not going to do anything to stop new threads should you want to put them up, but I thought in the interests of trying to clean things up a bit I'd create a megathread.

I'll most likely add some highlights, interesting comments and observations here once the thread builds up.

And thanks for keeping it all relatively clean - observations, criticisms and opinions are fine - just please be nice to each other. <3

EDITS:

  • Go and watch the deleted scene: "Search for the Book." It's part of the cut Ho Chi Minh sequence, and it all but confirms the original cut was going to be a lot more faithful.
  • I've interviewed some of the cast - they're all so lovely. Please do check them out.

Matt

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Who once had a crush on Artemis Fowl?

I don't know if I am just werid, but I really wanted to ask if anyone had, or still has a crush on Artemis Fowl. I did and still do have a crush on him.

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To future directors making a re-adaptation of Artemis Fowl:

I was watching Umbrella Academy right now and please future directors Aidan Gallagher/ or Number Five is definitely more of an Artemis Fowl than that cute, innocent looking boy in the movie is. So try to go for that next time, in ten years when you have no inspiration, re-adapting a flopped movie into a series.

What are some of your guys suggestions? And do you think Aidan Gallagher comes closer to the Artemis Fowl you imagined than the current movie version?

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If this post gets 2000 upvotes this will now be an artemis fowl subreddit
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Artemis Fowl is now available to stream
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Moved my guinea fowl from the brooder to the chickshaw and will begin releasing them next week!
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The Artemis Fowl movie is even worse than Percy Jackson’s

At least the closest thing to a PJO adaptation is the PJO movie, the closest thing to an Artemis Fowl movie adaptation is fucking Zootopia! I have read the book a lot of times but even I was so confused by the plot. And it’s not the kind of confusion where the movie is just so smart, no, it was that the movie was so dumb. Guys, don’t waste your time watching the movie. Just read the books and remember, there is no Artemis Fowl movie.

Oh Disney what have you done to my boy.

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Disney invited me to shoot some stills on the set of Artemis Fowl. Here is my first published photograph.
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It is as you feared from the trailers. Disney's adaptation of Artemis Fowl sucks. metacritic.com/movie/arte…
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Keep away from me, fowl beast!
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Just bought this book but had to return it for all the fowl language
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Disney's Artemis Fowl (2020) | Official Poster | Ferdia Shaw, Josh Gad, Colin Farell, and Judi Dench
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Are the W.A.R.P. books in the same universe as Artemis Fowl?
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Looking for the Artemis Fowl song by Michael Londra

Hi everyone!

A very long time ago I had that song on my computer and I felt like listening to it again but for the life of me I cannot seems to find it anywhere. It's not on iTunes, Spotify( I am in Canada so it's possible that this is only restricted to other countries, Youtube or Amazon(unless I want to buy the physical album for over $100). I checked the Artemis confidential forums but all the links are dead.

Does anyone have a copy or know where I can buy it. The only place I was able to find part of it is on All Music but that's only an extract ( https://www.allmusic.com/album/the-road-not-taken-mw0002213573 )

Thank you in advance for your help :)

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I need some positivity. With the Artemis Fowl adaptation flopping, I'm getting nervous for our chance and a proper Percy Jackson live action show. With Uncle Rick working alongside Disney, I have hope, but I'm still nervous.
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Despite the Artemis Fowl film being utter rubbish, it's really made me want to go back to books I read as a kid

It brought back a ton of memories of me popping down the library to get books and read them as quickly as possible, from Abhorsen to Belgariad.

The Alex Rider show also helped with this, I may even dig out my old copies of CHERUB, Alex Rider and Young Bond

So far I want to re-read the ones above, as well as most of Trudy Canavans stuff. Any recommendations for things that you read as kids? And what series are you scared of someone making a god awful film about?

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My memory and google-fu have failed me. Just how powerful is NΒ°1 from Artemis Fowl?

He's used as a reference point for the Warlock perk in the jump, but I don't know his capabilities.

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Begone, foul demon! (Or fowl demon..bwack!)
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The Artemis Fowl film is such a waste of good Irish writing material
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Just finished the first Artemis Fowl book after watching the movie.

I’ve only seen the movie and the first book so no spoilers for future books please.

Wow. Just wow. The farther I get into the book the more I realize just how much they screwed up the movie. Watching the movie I was just so confused, reading the book I understand better but still confused what they were trying to do with the movie.

Artemis Fowl and the way he’s represented in the movie is downright awful. I see that they were trying to make him not so evil which makes sence if your trying to target the younger audience but it completely takes out what makes the story special. What gives it its charm. I love charaters that hide their feelings and try to mask their true personality. Artemis hits that spot for me perfectly in the book. He’s a complete mystery yet you can still see the human in him as he hopes for his fathers return and is pained by his mother’s mental issues. The Artemis in the movie and many of the characters are a blank state and have little to no personality.

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Artemis Fowl reviews are in. Looks like it was a wise decision to send it to Disney+.

Rotten Tomatoes: 13% (61 Reviews, Average Rating: 3.99/10)

Top Critics: 11% (18 Reviews, Average Rating: 4.33/10)

Critics Consensus: A would-be franchise-starter that will anger fans of the source material and leave newcomers befuddled,Β Artemis FowlΒ is frustratingly flightless.

Metacritic: 32 (26 Reviews)

>What a waste. Screenwriters Conor McPherson and Hamish McColl have taken a not-very-good book and turned it into a downright awful movie.

Peter Debruge, Variety

>Not entirely foul, but a charmless chore.

David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter

>"Artemis Fowl" is trying to be something very different - bigger, beefier, flashier and not as magical. You can't really blame it for aiming lower, but there's enough tantalizing promise here to wish that it didn't.

Steve Pond, TheWrap

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Sardonicast #65: Artemis Fowl, Incendies youtu.be/rXb8vjfszLY
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My latest review on the Artemis Fowl film (with a skit at the beginning) All feedback is much appreciated 😁 youtu.be/waqzjnv0yk0
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Artemis Fowl Question

Guys, this question has been bothering me since I read the third Artemis Fowl book.

In the 3rd Artemis Fowl, Holly mesmerised Artemis, but he lied about how no more evidence about his connection to the fairies was there even though she had direct eye contact with Artemis he lied without being spotted. How was this possible?

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Artemis Fowl (debuting tomorrow) currently has a 12% Tomatometer score on Rotten Tomatoes
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After watching the movie Artemis Fowl
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What's the probability of Eoin Colfer continuing Artemis Fowl?

I can't find anything about this as it's all just about the movie, did he ever say he wouldn't continue the books?

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Would you like someone to create an Artemis fowl game?

I mean from the first book.

View Poll

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Artemis Fowl film review embargo has dropped. Yup, it's bad.
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WTT: FOWL SOUNDS, WALRUS, Chadderbox, ss/bs

Fowl Sounds Obsidian v2

Chadderbox Loud/Louder v2

Walrus Audio Warhorn Limited

ss/bs Team Awesome Fuzz green sparkle

Not really looking for anything in particular? Just kinda putting this out there haha. Only thing I can think of is some Red Panda stuff or towards a Strymon Mobius?

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Artemis Fowl’s bad adaptation and PJO

Many people are a bit concerned about how Artemis Fowl’s adaptation to the big screen was unfaithful to the material and how this could affect the Percy Jackson series. While this is definitely possible the Percy Jackson series is very different compared to Artemis Fowl.

Artemis Fowl is about a main character that is, mostly, our antagonist who kidnapped a fairy for ransom. From what I gathered, Disney made the movie more for a general audience and made Artemis less evil. Percy Jackson on the other hand is about a troubled kid with ADHD learning he’s actually a demigod. I don’t see how a troubled kid with a disorder learning he’s a child of a god, going to a place where he’s finally accepted, and fighting evil could be made more family friendly. Disney is also pushing for more diversity/inclusivity/representing in their product and with all the diverse characters in HoO and ToA, as well as kids with disorders, Disney would want to get PJO right so the other series would be a possibili

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"Hello, two tickets for Artemis Fowl, please"
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If the fates had converged and Artemis Fowl was a truly faithful and good adaptation that achieved Disney's dream of their own Harry Potter.

I wonder what it could have been.. *sigh* now it's a distant dream. Just think... Themeparks. Merchandise. Costumes. The subreddit would be a hundred times bigger. The book sales would explode. Disney would have made millions and we would all be happy. But no, they had to give this to us.

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Children's Fantasy, read in maybe 2004 alongside Artemis Fowl

Hey, I read a book when I was a kid around the same time I read Artemis Fowl. Only details I remember:

β€’Think it was a series β€’Ordinary teenage male protagonist β€’Goes in and out of alternate dimension β€’He's maybe important in the alternate dimension (hero?) β€’I think he does something to get wings or gain the ability to fly there, there's specifically a scene where he's struggling learning and like flies up real high, colliding with the ceiling

That's pretty much all I recall.

Idk if anyone has any idea what I'm on about but I figured this would be worth a shot.

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I took stills on the set of Artemis Fowl. Here are some of my newly published photographs. imgur.com/a/iIVz4CN
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But really, Artemis Fowl SURFING?! Who on earth thought that that was a good idea
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How is the fowl class at all viable?

From what I can tell these builds have low mobility, low defense, and are not saturation species. How do birds like chickens, turkeys, and other fowl manage to play?

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Kenneth Branagh says β€˜Thor’ helped pave way for β€˜Artemis Fowl’ torontosun.com/entertainm…
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All the Artemis Fowl / Colfer loot I've amassed over the last 2 decades.
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Artemis Fowl: An Unbridled Rage youtu.be/c2Oo-muPJ8w
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I hope Artemis Fowl gets the "A Series of Unfortunate Events" treatment

Not to say the original ASOUE film starring Jim Carrey was bad at all but it wasn't really the adaptation fans wanted and expected. Plus they crammed three books into one film didn't help matters. Now we have the netflix series starring Neil Patrick Harris and I feel it's a better adaptation. Many fans agree it is a more faithful adaptation and is a good watch. I hope Netflix gets the rights to Artemis Fowl after a travesty of this film we have now.

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I recreated Fowl Manor in Minecraft with a couple of my own additions.
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Artemis Fowl deserved better
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No Harm No Fowl imgur.com/K28BCGs
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If they give Artemis Fowl the animated show treatment I think the animation style from Into the Spider-Verse would fit so well.
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Randy Random, God of Thunder, Killer of Fowl
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As Aidan Gallagher is aware of Artemis Fowl, does anyone think it likely he knows people wish he were cast as the character? twitter.com/AidanRGallagh…
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β€œArtemis Fowl” = Shakespearean-esque Greek tragedy kino, confirmed
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I got inspired by u/fkebdisjdidh and their haven recreation, and decided to do my own recreation of fowl manor.
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Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer on sale for Amazon Kindle for $0.99 smile.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/…
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READING TO YOU IN GERMAN - ARTEMIS FOWL #5 reddit.com/rpan/r/distant…
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Artemis Fowl movie memes reddit.com/gallery/i3crdh
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Every single person's response to the Artemis fowl movie
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KosmoDuck: shmup action with a fowl twist! lexaloffle.com/bbs/?tid=3…
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Is Artemis Fowl the ultimate reshoots movie?

I have yet to see another movie that has been so clearly butchered to this extent by a studio. When the characters always say the name of the MacGuffin off-frame, when every other line is said as the characters's mouths aren't visible , when their lines and their lips don't synch up, and when some dialogues have clean audio but others don't in the same scene? Yeah, you're in deep trouble.

It has more off-screen lines than The Snowman does. This movie is precious.

Their greatest trick? Changing Artemis Fowl from a supervillain to a good boy. Also, ultimate proof that Farrell can't save every movie, especially if he's only reshoots-material. :(

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I'm not the biggest fan of Party Fowl but their Nashville Hot Bloody Mary mix is legit
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Non-movie-related Artemis Fowl meme

Here's one of the Artemis Fowl memes I made. I'm pretty new to making memes, so feedback is appreciated.

https://preview.redd.it/jr5ipobtu9e51.png?width=544&format=png&auto=webp&s=edf522701dc55f904516f962e23d973c2a9b0ed2

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10 Things That Could Make Artemis Fowl Better

Artemis Fowl is a 2020 Disney Film based on the Artemis Fowl Book series that was supposed to be released theatrically but was released straight to its streaming platform Disney+.

However, reviewers slated this film and as such it mainly has very very low review scores,

so what could have made this film better, well thats what im talking about in this weeks video and also giving my personal thoughts and ranking out of 10

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLGNJS2R10U&t

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Would you read more mainline Artemis Fowl books

This could be after the last guardian or when artemis is 20 like in the Fowl twins

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We found the remains of a pre-modified humanoid in an ancient glacier. They were contained in an ancient nest, littered with the remains of fowl and numerous containers of preserved carbononated sugar compounds.
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Me after watching the Artemis Fowl film
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Non-movie-related Artemis Fowl meme
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Noticed this near the end of that Artemis Fowl Movie
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Quite a fowl idea I came up with
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Finished watching the Artemis fowl movie and yes it’s bad

It’s pretty late where I am, so I might expand on some of these things later but here’s a few of the major problems:

One thing they DO get right is the settings and CGI, which are stellar and line up with exactly how I think the world would look. Everything from the costumes to the makeup to the design of Fowl Manor work perfectly. So credit where credit is due.

Story is told in a sequence break style by Mulch being held in interrogation by humans(?) it wasn’t really clear. We see Artemis and his dad being smart and father son bonding, Artemis is smarter than everyone and he’s even cloned a sheep, whatever. Then his dad leaves and is presumed dead. Juliet shows up to comfort him and we start hunting for a troll in Italy with Holly.

Artemis has too much cocky energy and he’s too strong. In the books he’s got his Mary Sue moments and those times when even the readers like β€œok Artemis shut the fuck up you didn’t know that about the fairies” but this movie takes the cake. He acts high

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Artemis Fowl is #11 on Amazon's Most Sold Charts right now.
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The Flop House: Ep. #317 - Artemis Fowl, w/ Scott Weinberg the-flop-house.simplecast…
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I made my OWN Artemis Fowl! With blackjack (Blender) and hookers (love and respect for the source material)!!
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I finished rebuilding the landscape for my Artemis Fowl build. Now it’s more like the movie.
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[Artemis Fowl] The movie adaptation of Artemis Fowl was done poorly to hide the truth

Eoin Colfer is himself some sort of faerie creature that had been tasked with misguiding the humans from the truth about faeries. After performing this job for hundred upon hundres of years, he was let go after a small mishap where some of the fae folk was seen by the humans. He was furious with his leadership and decided to write about the true story of the faeries and what they are like. After his publisher only agreed to release the book if Eoin called it 'fiction' and not 'fact', Artemis Fowl was released, showing the usual tactics and technology of the faeries. The books became popular, and soon more and more people claimed to have met with the fae folk. The faeries only had one choice - to make the movie about the book as horrendous as possible. This is why I'm currently bleeding from my eyes watching the movie, because I can't find any other reason.

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Complete overhaul of "Artemis Fowl"

After seeing the trailer for the Disney movie, my first response was disappointment. It looked awful and I instantly wondered why they had crammed so much into the first film. Why was Opal there? Why was Artemis nice? Why does his father suddenly know about the People? Everything looked wrong from the start.

So here is how to fix it: do the first book!

A story about a child kidnapping an Elf for ransom. Artemis Fowl was the villian of the first book. A theif, kidnapper, and terrorist who threatened an interracial war by the age of 11. He's cold, calculated, and nearly ruthless.

The Fairies also seem different. They seem nicer and less secretive. The main Fairies that Artemis interacts with are military muscle men, high ranking officers, or criminals (plus Foaly, who is kinda racist). All of which would love him dead in the first two books.

Another thing they weirdly changed is that Artemis' dad suddenly knows what Fairies are. Artemis Sr was locked up by the Russian mob during th

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Ferdia Shaw (Artemis Fowl) (and probably the rest of the cast) knows how much hate the movie’s getting :(
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A Full, in Depth Review of Artemis Fowl's (The Movie) Problems.

If any of you have seen the movie, you will undoubtably see it as a slightly cringeworthy and unoriginal 'Spy Kids - esque' movie. If any of you have seen the movie and read the books, you are most likely still shifting in you grave after watching the abomination and committing harakiri. If you are, however, still alive to read this, please enjoy a complete review of every problem from the movie on both a reader and non-reader level.

Legend -

I'm going to begin with the tone of the nook and movie, and continue on to eventually get to the nit picky details. The *word* will mean something that I will get to in a little bit, I'm not forgetting it.

The Tone -

One of the most grasping features of Eoin Colfer's Artemis Fowl was the fact that our protagonist was also the antagonist of the other few 'main characters, such as Mulch, Julius, Foaly and the faerie race as a whole.

He didn't do what he did for family, friends, to save the world or for any good reason, actually,

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Here are all of my stills taken on the set of Artemis Fowl. alexbenetel.format.com/ar…
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My bud Zip the guinea fowl..
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Just watched β€œArtemis Fowl” directed by Kenneth Branagh, and Josh Gad is absolutely drowning in the river of ham

The whole film is a complete mess. The dialogue is atrocious, the acting is terrible, and there is no real plot. Josh Gad is trying to have fun, but boy oh boy, I could smell the ham through the screen. Very over the top. David’s favourite however, Colin Farrell, is probably the best thing in the film, but is very underused

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What fowl language do you think they use?
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