Madagascar

Madagascar
Madagascar

Year

2005

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

An attempted escape from a New York zoo by a bored zebra aided by some cunning penguins ends up with the zebra and his friends - a hippo, a lion and a giraffe who had been perfectly happy in the zoo - being sent to Africa. During the voyage, their crate falls off the ship, and the foursome end up on the island of Madagascar - where they suddenly realise that while living in New York, they have become far-from-wild animals. Madagascar is a fun computer-animated movie, with some loveable characters and hilarious romps.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and very mild violence.

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