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Madagascar

Animation starring as the vioces: Ben Stiller, chris Rock, David Scwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sacha Baron Cohen…This is definitely a film that parents won’t mind paying the full adult price at the cinema to watch a kid’s film. It is really funny the whole way through, and plenty of touches of humour and film references that the children won’t even notice! (Actually several had to be pointed out to me. Look out for American Beauty and Silence of the Lambs to name a couple). I recommend this film and is easily one of the best in its field (in terms of plot and humour, but not so good for the actual graphics side of things) and will appeal to very young children who simply like to watch animals dancing about and talking, and, like I said adults will enjoy this too, so if you’ve teenagers and younger kids too and are on a family trip to the cinema, this film is a very good choice.
A group of animals escape from a New York Zoo and end up ship wrecked in ‘The Wild’! They soon have to adjust to what life is really like for wild animals and realise they had it easy in the zoo.
Did they manage to get rescued and go back? Well, I have to say I would have preferred the other ending to the one they chose, but never mind! My kids were happy with it!

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