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Free Birds

08 Nov, 2013
1 hrs 32 mins
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Turkeys decide to change the menu for Thanksgiving. Two opposite turkeys come to together and forgetting their differences time travel to past to change the history.
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November 09, 2013 Mumbai Mihir Fadnavis [Pin It] Free Birds U; Animation/Comedy Director: Jimmy Hayward Cast: Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson Every year theres an increasing number of moderate to big budget animation films with recognisable stars that simply fail to make you laugh even once. These are the most frustrating movie watching experiences because youre witness to some super high end technology, with no heart or soul to drive it. Free Birds is one of these films. Free Birds On paper the film should be a laugh riot because it stars Owen Wilson, Woody Harrelson and Amy Poehler, and is directed by the guy who made Horton Hears A Who! and worked on various Pixar films. Sadly Free Birds is one of the, if not the unfunniest film of the year. Its aimed squarely at very young kids, but the writing falls somewhere between the chasm of demographics its neither cutesy or silly enough to entertain kids nor is it mature enough to entertain adults. The concept is interesting, and would probably have made for a great short film two turkeys, upset with humans devouring turkeys for thanksgiving travel back in time to the first ever Thanksgiving and stop humans from creating this custom. ...Read full review
Horton Hears a Who! director Jimmy Hayward`s new animated movie Free Birds is yet another formula film - a confused hero is faced with the challenge of a lifetime which he eventually rises to after falling in love and emerges a changed man. ...Read full review
Two `space` turkeys (as they are from the future), Reggie ( Owen Wilson) and Jake ( Woody Harrelson) travel back in time to change the course of history and get turkeys off the Thanksgiving menu. They go back to 1621 (First Thanksgiving), so that they could fight the hunters (humans) who are about to feast on the birds and start the tradition. The two time-travel in their talking spaceship called Steve. As they enter the past to save their species, Reggie falls for Jenny ( Amy Poehler), daughter of the head of the flock. Love happens and everything falls into place. ...Read full review