Penguins of Madagascar

Penguins of Madagascar
Penguins of Madagascar

Year

2014

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

So it seems those pesky penguins from the Madagascar animation series - Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private - were actually leading a double life as secret agents. Now chased by a jealous Octopus called Dave desperate to get his revenge on the birds for stealing his limelight way back when they lived at Central Park Zoo, we realise just how much of an elite squad they are. Banding together with a suave husky by the name of Agent Classified who heads up the undercover organization The North Wind, the penguins must stop the villainous Octopus Dave from destroying the world.

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Very mild threat, slapstick violence, very mild bad language.

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