Penguins

Penguins

 
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Penguins

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PENGUINS
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Plot Summary
Camera crews follow a Penguin named Steve around the Antarctic while he searches for friendship and a mate
Star #1
It's hard to believe, but this is the 10th DisneyNature film release. We've gone all over the globe with the team and now we get to see the incredible scenery of the Antarctic in PENGUINS.

The film follows the antics of a klutzy but adorable penguin named Steve. It shows his journeys, looking for a mate, and trying to raise a couple of kids in the world's harshest environment.

As with all of these movies, the cinematography is the true star. They are all beautifully shot, making the whole film a visual treat.

This film is fun, exciting, somewhat suspenseful, and great for the whole family. There are a couple of scenes that you may need to cuddle your more sensitive little ones, but most kids will be fine experiencing this film.

Make sure you stick around for the credits. To me this is always the best part of the movie. They show bloopers and how the penguins were filmed. It is a lot of fun and interesting to see how hard it is to get the shots that make these films so wonderful.

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Overall rating 
 
4.3
I Loved This Movie 
 
4.0
Acting 
 
4.0
Directing 
 
5.0
Effects or Cinematography 
 
5.0
Plot 
 
4.0
Music 
 
5.0

Redwine's Review

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It's hard to believe, but this is the 10th DisneyNature film release. We've gone all over the globe with the team and now we get to see the incredible scenery of the Antarctic in PENGUINS.

The film follows the antics of a klutzy but adorable penguin named Steve. It shows his journeys, looking for a mate, and trying to raise a couple of kids in the world's harshest environment.

As with all of these movies, the cinematography is the true star. They are all beautifully shot, making the whole film a visual treat.

This film is fun, exciting, somewhat suspenseful, and great for the whole family. There are a couple of scenes that you may need to cuddle your more sensitive little ones, but most kids will be fine experiencing this film.

Make sure you stick around for the credits. To me this is always the best part of the movie. They show bloopers and how the penguins were filmed. It is a lot of fun and interesting to see how hard it is to get the shots that make these films so wonderful.
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