Madagascar

Madagascar

Director: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath Cast: Ben Stiller, Chris Rock
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Madagascar 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
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Ben Stiller and Chris Rock, wow, loved the casting and concept of Madagascar. Brilliantly executed and very fun for our whole family. The zoo animals pop right off the screen and that New York is mixed in, well, doesn't get much better. Perfect for a grey rainy day.
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This movie sucked. Save your money. Waste of time. I almost asked for my money back for sitting through this piece of crap!
Guest More than 1 year ago
We LOVE this movie!! Our 2 year old son watches it everyday, and my husband and I do not have a problem with that. We eagerly watch and laugh every time:-) It is absolutely hilarious. Every character is equally funny. We are actually disappointed there isn't a sequel. We would like to find the song, "I like to move it move it" since our son can't get enough of it!!
Dunn1inc More than 1 year ago
my daughter loves dancing to this movie. she's in kindergarten & they are learning spanish so she likes watching the movie in english first then in spanish. then at the end she likes to dance to the video.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought it was okay. There wasn't much humor in it and I thought that the concept was pretty dumb. I wouldn't see it again, but I would recommend it to a very young kid who likes animals.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie as I see it has an analogy about the fear and courage it takes to step out on your own and stop depending upon corporate America (job) to be your sole revenue stream.(Steak) So if your looking for inspiration to follow your dreams and to live life the way you were supposed too, sit down with the kids, watch this movie. Then begin step by step to apply the principles in this movie till you are truly free.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Pros: Nice concept Cons: The story falls short of concept and lost potential to become a success. It lost it's edge on choosing the role and find a right ending and present it self to the right audience. The Bottom Line: A nice timepass movie, for kids to watch it with adults. We did enjoy it but will not watch it again, I suppose.
mali0066 More than 1 year ago
My daughter likes watching this over and over. Excellent quality, and good entertainment for kids.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this movie!!! Humor for both kids and adults (although I didn't pick up on some of the adult humor until after a few times of watching it). The beginning is a little slow, but there are plenty of entertaining story lines to keep you laughing. The penguins are hilarious! Definitely recommended!!!
KatzenjammerKid More than 1 year ago
Remember when you were a kid and watched cartoons? Well, you can be a kid again and forget about all the grown-up stuff going on around you for a few hours. It's a good way to keep your sanity and the characters are fun.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is okay. Though the animation was EXTREMELY well done, the plot line was very weak and the lemurs got on my nerves. The song "Move It" is cool, but gets annoying after you hear it several times. I recently saw "Cars" in the theaters, and Madagascar just can't be compared with that. However, they did a good job picking the right cast for the voices (Chris Rock as Marty, Ben Stiller as Alex, Jada Smith as Gloria, etc.). But anyway... this movie is okay, but it's not the ultimate, best movie I've seen in my life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Haven't just visited Manhattan prior to seeing this movie in theatrical release, I especially enjoyed watching the animated characters interacting in settings I'd just been in - including Central Park and Grand Central Station. Yet, whether or not you recognize any landmarks in the story's initial NYC backdrop, you'll find this tale of liberated zoo animals to be loads of fun -- especially the antics of the penguins and lemurs. This is a family flick that any member of the family wouldn't hesitate to see again.
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