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A teenage girl is drawn into an action-packed battle to save the natural world in this vibrant fantasy adventure from the creators of Ice Age. Gorgeous computer animation brings to life the simple yet exciting eco fable, as 17-year-old Mary Katherine discovers an endangered secret realm deep in the forest after having been magically shrunk to insect size. Here brave humming bird-riding warriors the Leaf Men struggle against the deadly Boggans, whose leader Mandrake intends to wipe out the entire hidden kingdom. But if the woods and creatures are obliterated, humans will also suffer, forcing Mary Katherine to team up with an amusingly rag-tag group of critters to quash Mandrake's evil mission before he destroys their world — and ours.

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Contains mild fantasy violence and threat

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