Another kids’ movie made with adults in mind first. Based on the children’s book Arthur and the Minimoys, the story follows a young boy (Freddie Highmore) who discovers a world of miniature creatures living in his garden. Once he is shrunken down to their size, the movie gives way to computer animation that is visually imaginative but tonally abrasive. Blame French action director Luc Besson, who piles on the aggressive camera movements and smart-aleck humor. He even dresses up the main female character in the sort of action-babe getup assigned to Milla Jovovich in his own The Fifth Element.