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Madagascar 3 (2D)

Madagascar 3

08 Jun, 2012
1 hrs 33 mins
78 votes
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Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe are still fighting to get home to their beloved Big Apple and of course, King Julien, Maurice and the Penguins are all along for the comedic adventure. Their journey takes them through Europe where they find the perfect cover- a travelling circus, which they reinvent - Madagascar style.
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To call any of the `Madagascar` productions a `movie` is like saying it snows in Alaska, because over the years these films have all grown to be more than just stories on celluloid. Madagascar is a brand, a franchise, an icon; the sort of thing today`s children will view with tears of nostalgia on some highly advanced version of Blu-ray in much the same manner as yesterday`s children behaved with Toy Story when it came out on VCD. Seven years and three feature films down the line, Madagascar has sealed itself as a force to be reckoned within the animation industry, and even if they don`t end up making a fourth production, the value that animation geeks see in Madagascar isn`t going to disappear into the backlogs anytime soon. ...Read full review
After stopping off in Madagascar and Africa in the previous films, that gang of animal escapees from New York City zoo continues its globe-trotting tour with a shiny, bright and somewhat breathless adventure through scenic European cities in the aptly-titled Madagascar 3: Europe`s Most Wanted ...Read full review
A special mention: Apart from the usual Madagascar brigade of the lion, zebra, giraffe, hippo, penguins, squirrels, lemurs, llama... this time the movie gives us two new characters who add to that hullabaloo on screen. First it`s the Siberian Tiger, Vitaly (Byran Cranston) with his animal instinct (better known as passion in the human world) to do anything impossible ...Read full review
Madagascar 3: Europe`s Most Wanted reminds me of Shrek the Third which was also made just because the first two films made a gazillion dollars. And like that movie, Madagascar 3 is happy to offer bits that have worked before like King Julien singing `movie it move it`, the penguins with extraordinary know-how and the usual heartfelt lessons on the importance of friendship. There are a few new things like the streets of Monte Carlo and a casino heist, but they feel like needless additions ...Read full review