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Penguins Of Madagascar (3D)
Watch adorable penguins on an exciting adventure!
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Penguins Of Madagascar

English
AdventureAnimationComedy
28 Nov, 2014
1 hrs 32 mins
75%
365 votes
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Penguins of Madagascar are back in their very own feature film - coming to theaters this Thanksgiving! Discover the secrets of the most entertainingly mysterious birds in the global espionage game. Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private must join forces with the chic spy organization, North Wind, to stop the cunning villain Dr. Octavius Brine from taking over the world.
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DreamWorks Animations has picked up the penguins from the Madagascar movies and let them have their own adventure in perhaps the funniest film of the franchise. So, penguin quartet Skipper ( Tom McGrath), Kowalski (Chris Miller), Rico (Conrad Vernon), and Private (Christopher Knights) race to stop the vengeful octopus Dave (John Malkovich) and his army of colourchanging henchmen from exacting revenge against cute penguins after they stole his spotlight at zoos and aquariums. This sets the stage. ...Read full review
Parents attending this fountain of franticness may find themselves thinking: I could have written this. They might even be right. All one would need to do is marathon-watch the entire James Bond franchise while bingeing on boxes of sugary breakfast cereal, then sharpen ones pencil and get to work.The result is a supremely silly, energetically entertaining enterprise from start to finish. This is the type of story in which large, dangerous-looking red buttons appear whenever the action starts to flag. Its as though every time the filmmakers wrote themselves into a corner, they just blasted their way out of it. ...Read full review
Theres a famous story the illustrator and writer Maurice Sendak used to tell. The author of Where the Wild Things Are received a drawing from a child fan. He was taken with it and wrote a note back. The kid was so excited to hear from his hero that he took the card and ate it. Sendak called it one of the highest compliments to his work in his career.This anarchic reflex, to devour something that elates us, is a running theme in Penguins of Madagascar 90 minutes of computer-generated, bounce-off-the-walls exuberance. Chomping and swallowing just about anything is the superpower of one of our quartet (Rico), but theres a great deal of stuffing, shoving and hoovering going on throughout this weird, wild movie. Penguins of Madagascar is playtime writ large, as high-energy anthropomorphised birds hurl puns like ninja stars and race from one absurd set-piece to the next. Lose pace at your own peril. ...Read full review