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Comedy, Family, Romance
Griffin Keyes plans to leave his job as a zookeeper for a higher-paid car salesman position in a bid to win back his shallow ex-girlfriend. In fear of losing him, the zoo's animals break their code of silence and offer an alternative - tried and tested courting techniques from the animal kingdom. Cue Griffin spending a day practicing growling like a bear. This good-natured comedy finds laughs in the unlikely bond between Griffin and Bernie the Gorilla; a fun friendship that sees them dine together in a restaurant chain and even take part in an impromptu hip-hop duet.
In this supernatural comedy, grumpy dentist Bertram Pincus develops the ability to communicate with the dead.
11–16 years 102 mins
Adventure about a night watchman at the Museum of Natural History, where all the exhibits spring to life when it gets dark.
7–14 years 104 mins
Eddie Murphy is the eponymous doctor who suffers a bump to the head that gives him the ability to talk to the animals in this hilarious remake.
7–14 years 85 mins
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