The Last Mimzy

The Last Mimzy
The Last Mimzy

Film Details

Year

2007

Duration

94 minutes

Genres

Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Two children find a box on a beach that contains mysterious crystals and a battered stuffed bunny called Mimzy. Not long later, the kids start developing strange powers, and receiving messages from the future from Mimzy - all of which is obviously more than a little confusing for their parents. It also brings them to the attention of agents from the FBI. This is a sweet sci-fi fantasy, with great performances from its two young stars.

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