94 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Musicals



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The creators of Ice Age deliver another animated delight, revolving around our feathered friends. Combining amazing visuals with laughs and excitement, the tale sees rare macaw Blu swap small-town America for Brazil’s exotic Rio de Janeiro, having joyfully discovered he's not the last of his kind. Unfortunately, when he meets his female counterpart, Jewel, it's far from instant attraction, because whilst he’s domesticated and cautious, she’s wild and fiercely independent. But amusing personality clashes become the least of the birds' worries, after they're stolen and have to stage a daring escape. Thrown together and with the incompetent animal smugglers in pursuit, Blu and Jewel begin the adventure of a lifetime, learning lessons about love, friendship and courage along the way.


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Contains mild comic threat, slapstick violence and innuendo

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