Surf's Up

Surf's Up
Surf's Up

Film Details

Year

2007

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

This clever and funny animated 'mockumentary' follows a young penguin who dreams of becoming a professional surfer. The film crew follow rock hopper penguin Cody Maverick on his path to taking part in the biggest surfing event of the year - a memorial event for Big Z, a legendary surfer who seemingly died nine years ago. Along the way he meets a wacky surfing chicken, falls for a penguin lifeguard and learns some important life lessons from his new mentor, The Geek, who might just have a secret identity...

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PG Classification

Contains mild language and innuendo.

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