Playmobil: The Movie

Playmobil: The Movie
Playmobil: The Movie




99 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Family



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The first feature film inspired by the popular toy brand sees responsible older sister Marla embark on an epic adventure to find her younger brother Charlie after they are sucked into a mysterious vortex. Waking in the Playmobil universe Marla finds herself transformed into an animated figurine in a strange land and, with the help of bizarre and heroic characters, she must try to bring Charlie back home. While travelling through different eras and settings, from western America to the Viking Age, she teams up with Del, a humorous food-truck driver; Rex, a suave secret agent; and an extravagant Fairy Godmother. This entertaining quest has plenty of laughs for those familiar with the Playmobil brand and explores themes of teamwork and family.

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very mild fantasy violence, threat, language

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