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This week's reviewed movie is:
The Wild




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber



You might feel like you've seen The Wild before; it's almost the same plot as Madagascar.

I think The Wild has more impressive realistic animation, but the story did not impress me or make me have any interest in the whole story.

I think for the 5-6-7 year olds it should be a good fun ride for the kids.

The Wild has two things going for it--a talented voice cast and a short running time.

It's nearly a clone of last year's Madagascar.

The Wild completely underestimates both humor and its target audience.

It's a lame excuse for entertainment, animated or otherwise.

The Wild is a feature-length cartoon, computer animated film that has a lot in common with other recently released animated movies that feature the same story of father-son coming-of-age conflicts.

This picture is not perfect, but it is family friendly & I think most kids will enjoy it.

The movie's target aims at children, but it might be too intense for the little kids.

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