Over The Hedge

Over The Hedge
Over The Hedge

Year

2006

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

In this animated comedy from the makers of Shrek and Madagascar, a group of forest animals awake after their winter hibernation to discover that a huge hedge has been planted in the middle of their home - and what's on the other side is a new housing development. With half the forest gone there's not much food to be had, but help may be at hand in the shape of cheeky racoon RJ. He encourages Verne the tortoise, Hammy the squirrel, Stella the skunk and friends to start stealing from the encroaching humans. But RJ's got his own agenda. Will the animals discover what he's up to?

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This film contains mild slapstick.

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