The Angry Birds Movie

The Angry Birds Movie
The Angry Birds Movie




97 minutes


Animation, Family



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In this big-screen adaptation of the popular game, the reason behind the birds’ unstoppable anger is revealed. Bird Island is initially a paradise inhabited by happy, peace-loving, flightless birds. Highly-strung misfits like Red are required to undergo anger management to maintain the calm and joyful atmosphere. When a ship full of gift-bearing green pigs suddenly appear, Red is the only one to feel suspicious, but his concerns are ignored as ‘unfriendly’. Unfortunately, it’s not long before Red’s worst fears are proven true, and it falls to him to him to rally the feathered flock into enough of a frenzy to fight back. Packed full of puns, this zany animation recreates in minute detail the weird and wonderful world of the Angry Birds.

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Very mild bad language, comic slapstick, innuendo, toilet humour.

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