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Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman are still trying to get back to the Big Apple and their beloved Central Park zoo, but first they need to find the penguins. They travel to Monte Carlo where they attract the attention of Animal Control after gate crashing a party and are joined by the penguins, King Julian and Co., the monkeys and a new arrival a performing llama. How do a lion, zebra, hippo, giraffe, four penguins, two monkeys, three lemurs and a llama travel through Europe without attracting attention? They join a traveling circus.
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Miss_Yum_yum (22 May 2013)
Madagascar has some big name voices. They do a stellar job with thescript they've been given. It has lots of color and pizazz and a coupleof cute/interesting/exciting scenes. For some reason, it just didn't resonate with me. I was bored. Lest youthink I'm an animation snob, nothing could be further from the truth. ILOVED Ice Age, How to Train Your Dragon, and even Brave, which isgetting mixed reviews.I can't quite put my finger on where it fails to deliver. Oh, yes Ican...it's boring. The plot is so weak that all the fanfare of theaction doesn't transcend the fact that it fails to engage the viewer.We took my daughter and grandkids to see it. Grandpa fell asleep; dittogrand daughter. So, this one doesn't capture the very young or themiddle aged.I guess it's good for the six to ten crowd...a moral here and thereabout loyalty and telling the truth, a pitch that things aren't alwaysas we remember them, and an admonition to face your fears.Yeah...pretty sermonizing, if you ask me. I wish I'd waited for the netflix release. My grandchildren didn't findit entertaining enough to have spent the money for tickets. We shouldhave just stayed at Mickey Dee's on the playground.
owenhayward (21 May 2013)
...Sequel that is.Let's face it- at the moment, everyone's jumping on the trilogybandwagon. Some though provide more successful results than others.Madagascar 3 is DEFINITELY one of these successes.Taking off where the second film left off (with some dialogue EXACTLYthe same) the film is thrust straight into the continuing struggle tofind home of our favourite bunch of animals.Swimming to Monte Carlo to reunite with the Penguins and Chimps, theyface possibly one of the most brilliant, if a little unrealisticallysuper-human at times (note how she smashes through building walls),villain in the shape of 'Captain Dubois', Animal Control.With Dubois on their tails, the animals join a travelling circus andmake their way across the European continent, where more hilarityensues as they realize they need to re-invent the floundering acts.There are some truly beautiful moments in this film, such as theTrapeze Rehearsal with Alex and Gia, all helped by an excellent score.Combine with some visually stunning animation (such as that in theLondon Circus performance) and some snappy and humorous lines andyou've found yourself what has to be one of the best films of the year.Very few films reach a third and continue to be consistently good (orbetter) but Madagascar 3 is certainly one of them. Enjoyed it so muchdid I that I have seen it TWICE at the cinema, and would happily see itmany times over.My only criticism of the film overall is the clichÃ©d underlying romancestory. I don't see why one of these has to be crow-barred into everyfilm these days; it can't be claimed as compulsory or helpful to EVERYstory as the first Madagascar went without and did absolutely fine.This aside, what you have here is an all-round thoroughly enjoyablefilm that will keep you entertained every time you watch it. And shouldwe be so lucky as to receive a fourth instalment, then I genuinelywouldn't mind, and there aren't many film series where I would say thatbelieve me...
danyupu (20 May 2013)
watched this movie yesterday , i've seen both two earlier parts and iloved them , the idea of friendship and the journey they take with eachothers to achieve their dreams ... but this part , this part isdifferent , it is amazing and well made movie . the 3D effects areawesome and the colors are really splendid . the only thing that is notthere is time , i wish they could of made this movie a little biglonger maybe 2 or 2.30 hours . still in love with the part of ( kingJulien ) , though they forgot to make him dance :-) ,the whole cast wasamazing too ... this movie has a really wonderful moments , the veryfirst moment i came out of the theater , i turned to my brother andsaid , well we must watch it again ... if you have the chance to go tothe theaters and watch this movie , DO NOT miss it , go and watch andyou will not be disappointed ... take your children with you , theyWILL love it too :-)
martin-knight-527-984225 (20 May 2013)
Madagascar 3 was a great film. the computer graphics were excellent andthe music what they put in was good. It is good for family's andfriends to see the film. some of the characters in the film were funnybecause they kept doing stupid things and some of it made me laugh.overall i really enjoyed the film and i would recommend to any family'sto go and see the film. it is great for children because the charactersare so. also one of the perfect family films i seen for a while and avery good 3rd edition of the film. also the background of the film wasvery good and it was very colourful and it had bright backgrounds tothe film. i would definitely see the film again
Christian_Dimartino (19 May 2013)
The Madagascar series hasn't been that well received. I like them, buta lot of people don't for some reason. It's been a long time since welast saw Alex, Marty, Melman, Gloria, King Julian, and the gang. So Iwasn't expecting a whole lot. But I saw Madagascar: Europe's MostWanted Last Night, and it was pretty good.Once again, the gang is trying to return back to New York. While doingso, they end up in Monte Carlo, where a break-in to a casino goespoorly. While on the run from a crazy animal control officer(Voicedperfectly by Frances McDOrmand, one of the films strongest parts), thegang joins a circus in hopes that they can finally get home.I've noticed that every film has focused on Alex mainly, and here it isthe same case. Alex sort of hogs the spotlight, the rest of thecharacters, aside from Marty's stupid afro circus song, get pushed offto the side. I can't think of one line they said. Also, the Italianaccents from Bryan Cranston, Jessica Chastain, and Martin Short, aresilly.But the film is fun, and it's funny, and it's got some gorgeousanimation. But I enjoyed a lot of the moments with Frances McDormand.McDormand give one of the most talented voice performances of the year.She's hilarious, wild, and she can sing wicked french. I had a blastwatching her alone.Madagascar the third isn't nearly as good as something like Brave, or alot of animations. But it's a fun escape, sure to keep little munchkinsentertained. It's not as good as the second one, but it's better thanthe first one. I had fun, but I guess i'm still a kid on the inside.B
sesa_xyris18 (19 May 2013)
The animals that re-invented the song I like to move it s back now in3D version. Alex the Lion, Melman the Giraffe, Marty the Zebra andGloria the Hippo reunites once again to their biggest adventure yet.The four animal friends (Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer andJada Pinkett-Smith) are still stranded in Africa hoping that theirpenguin friends would comeback and take them home to their beloved NewYork City. They decided to go to Monte Carlo to find the penguins sothey can go back home. But their plans went on a bust as they weretracked down by Captain DuBois who has the dream of adding a head of alion on his stuffed wall collection. The guys find a perfect cover asthey join a traveling circus where they need to re-invent it and hopesthat it would bring them home.The third film in this series and the first one in 3D. MadagascarEurope's Most Wanted is simply enjoyable from start to finish withblistering lively colors onto the screen. It maintained the sillinessand jokes from the previous movies that can entertain young audiencesand adults. With the addition of a bunch of new characters and a circusthemed story Madagascar 3 simply is the best animated film releasedthis year. The CGI effects was amazing and even were sitting in thefront of the screen it was still a tremendous fun experience. Arguablythe best 3D animated film we watched.For the story it's pretty wacky with the sense of comedy, familyentertainment and friendship. It is filled with bright animation andcharming situations. The Afro-Circus polka dot thing is still stuck inmy head, it was one of the best scenes as the young crowd burst intolaughter with it. The penguins are hilarious in their gimmicks and acircus bear riding a Ducati motorbike was cute. The voice castabsolutely done their part maintaining their performances for thecharacters we love.Overall Madagascar 3 is the best part in this series. We recommend thisto families who want to experience a wonderful movie experience. It'sdefinitely a great movie for all ages no doubt that this series mighthave a fourth part. Nevertheless even your not a fan or you missed thefirst two films you'll surely bedazzled by the characters ofMadagascar.10 out of 10 stars www.lakwatseralovers.blogspot.com
Neil Welch (15 May 2013)
The mismatched menagerie is back for its third outing, still trying toreturn to the New York Zoo. On this occasion, pursuing the aeroplanewhich the penguins and monkeys have taken to Monte Carlo, they make themistake of attracting the attention of rabid French animal cop MmeDubois. In an attempt to escape her, they attach themselves to atravelling circus where, initially, they are not very welcome. MmeDubois, however, has not given up...I never cared for the main characters in the first film: Ben Stiller'sanxious lion and Chris Rock's hyper-intrusiveness irritated me, andDavid Schwimmer's giraffe revisited all the aspects of Ross's whinypersonality which had grated on my nerves so severely. I found thesecond film an improvement, and I liked this one more still. The circusanimals add some welcome variation, the story is fast paced, Dubois isa well-realised (and much-needed) villain, the character dynamics aregood, and the whole thing is a visual feast with some dazzlinglyrealised action set-pieces.This movie brings the series to a satisfying end. I hope they resistthe urge to add a further instalment to a series which come to apleasing conclusion.The 3D is first rate, and adds immeasurably to some of the sequences.
aharmas (14 May 2013)
Pixar is going to have a tough time taking the Animated Oscar away fromthis troupe. Without going into much detail, and this type of filmshouldn't be deconstructed for much depth and hidden meanings, let'sjust say, our quartet and the associated penguins have finally hit thetarget, not once, but over and over.We have a film that didn't reveal much in his early previews and savedmuch fun for the final release, and it's a ball!! It seems as ifeverything visual gag, every joke, every nuance, every special effectjust works. When I attended its screening, young and old people werelaughing out loud, relating to the highs and lows of each character,and as I mentioned before, every single one of the characters hasfinally found a way to shine, with none of the extended and sometimespainful exposition pieces that dragged the original down. It'sbeautiful to see when a project of this type works because as oflately, we have been getting some pretty contrived entries that forgetto let that heart beat loud.It's fun to see the penguins take on a much sympathetic approachwithout sacrificing some of their quite daring personalities. They arenot sweet, just a bit less mean than before, and this time they manageto even top themselves in the resourceful and imaginative categories.One of the most pleasant surprises is the female antagonist, voiced byFrances McDormand, an interesting choice for this type ofentertainment, but a most successful performance in every aspect. Sheis an instant classic from the earlier sections of the film until itsclosing frames.Here is a sweet, silly, charming, and very entertaining movie,something that will be hard to top, if there ever is a 4th entry to theseries.
Kristine (14 May 2013)
When Madagascar was first released, I was one of the people who wasagainst the weird looking animation and really didn't want to give it achance. But I had rented it anyways and decided to give it a fairchance, I actually loved the side characters the best vs. our maincharacters. I don't know, the main characters always seemed kind ofbland to me. The penguins and King Julien are just hilarious and are agreat balance between serious and wacky humor. But the second filmreally picked up and even the main characters became a little moreinteresting. I honestly didn't realize how popular these movies were tospawn another sequel. But I couldn't resist the penguins, they're justtoo hilarious. So naturally I saw this opening weekend and was leftwith a surprise that this actually topped the second film in story andjokes.Still in Africa, Alex suggests to Marty, Melman, and Gloria that theyshould go to Monte Carlo to get the penguins to fly them back to NewYork City, which they agree to. In Monte Carlo, the penguins and thetwo chimpanzees keep winning in gambling until Alex's gang's attempt toreach them blunders and sparks chaos in the Hotel De Paris. Hotelsecurity calls Monaco Animal Control officer Captain Chantel DuBois todeal with the animals. But rather than capture them live, DuBoisdesires them, mainly Alex, dead as trophies. During a high-speed chasebetween the relentless DuBois and the animals in a truck driven by thepenguins to reach their aircraft, the animals barely manage to eludeher. They escape but the airplane fails once again and they land inFrance. Getting on a train with a circus group, who is in a competitionto win a trip to New York, Alex takes the opportunity to lead the groupand get back to America once and for all.I have two major grips in this film and it's two songs: Afro Circus andFirework by Katie Perry. Now with Afro Circus, for some reason they aretrying so hard to push this song down our throats during the trailer,it gets annoying very fast. Firework I've heard way too many times tothe point where I want to strangle it! I know this is nitpicking, butthat's how bad I hate these songs. But if it wasn't for these twosongs, honestly, it would have been a perfect animated movie. Theanimation is bright and colorful and you can tell the love that was putinto this film. I didn't see the 3D version and did regret that becauseI think the 3D would have been worth it. The penguins are still greatof course and always provide a great laugh. They're basically likePatton, they take themselves way too seriously but still get the jobdone. King Julien has a fling with a circus bear that is just toohilarious and will have you in stitches. I loved how they kept the faceof the bear very life like, almost looking like it's just a blankexpression as Julien is professing his love to her. I really did enjoyMadagascar 3, it's definitely the best of the series and worth thewatch.9/10
Bleeding-Skull (14 May 2013)
I have a question, why do movie companies keep releasing more crappysequels every 1 to 3 years? Well, allow me to answer my own question.Because all they care about is money, so they release loads and loadsof sequels just to keep getting their hard-earning cash so they canspend it to make more sequels that turn into complete garbage like thismovie.Madagascar 3, I thought that the movie was terrible. I mean... this isa personal opinion of mine, so don't get me wrong. But why these moviesare popular is beyond me. That's right, I'm done with the Madagascarfranchise. Every year, it just gets worse and worse. But I mean everysingle commercial always seems to have the Circus Afro part when it istotally un-necessary to have it in every single commercial.Overall, I didn't like this movie, but remember, it is a personalopinion of mine. Although people are obviously going to object to this.
Joshua Mitchell (12 May 2013)
A common trend in Dreamworks films, is that they have an incrediblebeginning, and fall to pieces within half an hour. Unfortunately, thesame can be said for Madagascar 3, which runs out of steam quiteshortly. Alex, Marty, Gloria, and Melvin attempt to make their way from Africato New York. But first, the gang have to pick up the penguins at MonteCarlo so they can all fly home. Unfortunately for them, their ride istotaled and they are being pursued by a French animal hunter namedChantal DeBois. In order to get away, the gang joins the circus wherethey must actively train and keep their eye out for DeBois. From the point where Alex and Co. get to the penguins (within 5 minutesof the film's opening) to the point where they join the circus ismarvelously zany and energetic entertainment. The rest is just plaindull with the occasional chuckle to ensure that the audience won't fallasleep. This second sequel feels extremely forced. Everything was perfectlyresolved in the last film, so it's quite obvious that the filmmakerswere really struggling to make Madagascar 3 work. On top of that,Alex's parents from the second are completely omitted. At first, thisisn't a big deal because they weren't particularly interestingcharacters to begin with, but you can't simply omit primary characterswithout explanation. A simple good-bye scene would've worked. New characters are dull and mostly personality-less. Otherwise, they'restereotypes. Character development is minimal, and what littledevelopment there is ends up being rushed and forced. Most of the time, there's not really very much going on. There are longstretches were nothing happens, and when something occurs to actuallydevelop the plot, it's typically rushed. Even in it's brief 93 minuterun time, Madagascar 3 feels like an eternity. Madagascar 3 runs on clichÃ©s and slapstick humor (the latter ispractically a clichÃ© in itself). Inconsistencies among characters andpersonalities are also present. And while we're naming flaws, it mightbe worth pointing out that this series really doesn't have anything todo with Madagascar anymore. Madagascar 3's strength is not expected of it's character developmentor plot, though. Where Madagascar 3 should excel is in it's humor.Sadly, it fails to satisfy even in this single aspect. After the first20 minutes, there are almost no laughs. Are there smiles? Sure. Youmight even get a chuckle every now and then. But that's about it.Surely a basically plot less animated film would have some decent humorto boast, but Madagascar 3 falls short here. Animation is one of the few places where Madagascar 3 succeeds. Easilysurpassing the best the first two had to offer, the animation inMadagascar 3 is marvelous, and even a bit jaw-dropping at times. Brightcolors and surprising detail makes Madagascar 3 a winner in the visualsdepartment. Voice talents are energetic, a word that cannot be used to describethis lifeless film. Ben Stiller provides a recognizable voice for Alex,and Chris Rock is perfect for Marty. David Schwimmer is sadly underusedas Melvin, however, and it would've been nice to see more of Cedric theEntertainer. The score by Hans Zimmer, while a bit generic as a whole, handles thecharacter of DeBois quite cleverly with something of a French tango.Ultimately, the theme could've used a bit more development, but this isstill a step up from Zimmer's other Madagascar scores. In a rare moment of creativity, a clever remix of "I Like To Move It,Move It" and the Circus Afro song (if you've seen any of thecommercials, you know what I'm talking about) plays during the credits.Had the rest of the film been as unexpectedly clever and energetic asthe remix (and the first 20 minutes), Madagascar 3 could've been adelightful surprise. Instead, Madagascar 3 marks the weakest chapter inthe series that will only entertain those who enjoyed the previous twoentries. You would almost wonder if this is the last of the series, as theending wraps the film up so well. Would Dreamworks have theintelligence to even consider ending the series here? With nearly 740million dollars grossed, and a strong fanbase, I think the answer isobvious. Even when there's nothing left to tell, you can leave it toDreamworks to squeeze every last penny out of any of their films thathave even become a moderate success.
Steve Pulaski (11 May 2013)
The films of the Madagascar franchise link together in a way rarelyseen in the new age of cinema. Sequels tend to usually take place "x"amount of years after their predecessor, but here, it seems that eachfilm picks up not long after the first previous one ends. I recommendto parents that if they find nothing to do on a specific day, thenwatching all three films of the Madagascar franchise in a row (sincethey're all relatively simple, fast watches at no more than eightyminutes a film) would be an ideal exercise.Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted is an unlikely sequel because, likeits predecessor, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, the film improves fromits original, a rather kinetic and unusually rambunctious animatedfilm. After rewatching both films to prepare myself for this excursion,I was very surprised at my reactions towards both. I haven't seen eachfilm in their entirety since both of their theatrical release weekends,and my views on each film sort of swapped. When I originally watchedthem, I found the original Madagascar to be a smooth and satisfyingpicture, while I sort of gave the second film the colder shoulder. Myviews have directly changed, and I think the opposite of both pictures.The third film provides us with some of the same things we've seenprior to this outing, but also adds some new elements with confidence.Our heroes have been through so much, that if you've seen the first twofilms, it's hard not to feel some sympathy while watching this one.Alex the lion (voiced by Ben Stiller), Marty the zebra (Chris Rock),Gloria the hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith), and Melman the giraffe (DavidSchwimmer) open the film, still stranded in the sunlit fields of Africaawaiting the return of the four penguins and the two monkeys who tookoff to Monte Carlo in another junkyard plane to visit the luxuriouscasinos. They make the simple, painless trip to Monte Carlo to try andrecover them to make it home to their zoo in New York City.Once there, they make a big spectacle at a casino, similar to how theycreated ruckus at Grand Central Station in the original film, and theanimals, monkeys, penguins, and King Julien (Sacha Baron Cohen) alongwith his two sidekicks, Maurice (Cedric the Entertainer) and Mort (AndyRichter) immediately capture the attention of the Monaco Animal Controlofficer Captain Chantel DuBois (Frances McDormand). After breathlesslychasing them through the streets of London, the heroes manage to escapein a car-turned-plane to France, where the four zoo animals manage tohitch a ride with a traveling circus.Bear with me here, as I'm having a truly difficult time summarizingthis coherently. The four wind up purchasing the deed to the circus,and then realize that it's a rundown hack of an event, with has-beenacts and a stubborn lion named Vitaly (Bryan Cranston), whose act ofjumping through rings as small as an engagement band cost him hisluscious fur coat and left him with a morose outlook on life. The fourlearn that if they manage to get an American sponsor to invest in thecircus, they could potentially return home to New York City as an act.This then spawns a frenetic and rambunctious journey through allformulas of animated films, from heart, to chaos, to adventure, tosentimentality, to ruckus, etc. While the original film seemedconcerned with bringing manic sensibilities to the screen and thesecond film the sentimental and somewhat saddening side of thescreenplay to light, Madagascar 3 seems determined to blend the twopersonalities. As convoluted and as desperate as it sounds, it actuallymakes for a very convincing ride.Probably the most entertaining part is during the latter half of thesecond act when the animals put on a beautifully choreographedsound-and-light show in London to the music of Katy Perry'sinfectiously over-played anthem "Firework." While this perhaps isn'tthe most coherent animated film in a long time, being very sketchy,jumbled, and very, very springy in its narrative, it has its heart inthe right place, and, let's face it, these characters, by the end ofthis movie, come off as likable scamps. Perhaps it's because I grew upwith them, but even to a cynic, they manage to summon a smile to myface. For a series once reliant so heavily on hyperactive instincts andbathroom humor, it has matured and came of age nicely. Hopefully, sohave most of the film's original fans.Voiced by: Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, Jada Pinkett Smith, DavidSchwimmer, Sacha Baron Cohen, Cedric the Entertainer, Andy Richter,Frances McDormand, Bryan Cranston, Jessica Chastain, and Martin Short.Directed by: Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath, and Conrad Vernon.
Kevin Gray (11 May 2013)
You know those animated films that are engaging to watch, then leaveyou with some kind of a warm squishy feeling inside, after which youstop to think about it and you can identify some simple truth? You'relike, yeah, I don't mind sitting through it if it means spending timewith my kid, and afterward there's something to talk about.Why is the film getting praise from critics? Sure, there were severalcool scenes, our familiar characters, a few more silly and not so sillyones that I guess I was supposed to care about but never really had areason to... and they did stuff. Now I like watching good cartoons, Ican't say how many times I've been sucked into Cars while it wasplaying in the background, but this one didn't have anything tying ittogether. Weak plot. Made for an amount of boredom. Wouldn't sitthrough it again, though wouldn't mind it being on if it weren't forsomething else. Now I saw it in Russian, so maybe there were somereally great lines that got lost in translation, but I sort of doubtthat could fix much.The biggest thing though, is when afterward you stop to think aboutit... what's the solution to their problems? It's like watching Wall-e,but reversed, so the Costco addict blobs convince Wall-e that the spaceship resort is the best way to live after all. They all dance, stopcaring what the mirror looks like or what happens outside their box andlive happily ever after.**** plot spoiler*****While lying and acting out of their own interests, and being whollyignorant of the circus culture and business, the heroes go on to startprescribing how to fix their hosts and their act by... doing ahalf-baked job of doing complex skills, sexing things up with somespecial effects, and sell it for an amazing profit. Magically thingswork out, and they overnight develop the required skill sets needed ofcircus performers, the truth comes out, then they become friendsanyway.Do these sound like any stereotypes of Americans? Why do you thinkpeople hate us and think we're stupid and dangerous? I find the use of this theme particularly irritating, andcounterproductive for what our children need in America. We need ourkids to understand that they need to work hard and consistently overtime to acquire important skills and knowledge, that they need to startobserving and learning before trying to fix the world, that you can'tsolve problems by just throwing money at them. The movie is reaffirmingthe exact opposite:Lack of skills + Half-aced effort + Confidence + Money = Success
danieltay47 (10 May 2013)
It's been 7 years since the first Madagascar show and without doubt,the show has constantly improve without fail. One thing which I amtruly amaze is that this series could actually keep in touch with it'scomedy without losing it especially since most comedy series tends todie down as it continues. A good example to give is "Shrek". It startedall funny and nice, but as it progresses to "Shrek 2", comedy starts todie down and it hit rock bottom with "Shrek the Third". No doubt "ShrekForever After" did better than "Shrek The Third" but overall, the wholeseries lose it's roots. Which is why to me, this show deserves this 10out of 10 rating as not only did it keep to its roots, but it improvesit tremendously from the first to the second one. One thing I like mostabout this show is the balance of both child like comedy with adulthumor and also, with some dirty jokes here and there. With all thiselements together, it makes the show prefect. And the romance of Giaand Alex or King Julien with the grizzly bear was indeed hilarious andinteresting. To sum it all, a MUST SEE comedy show and it willdefinitely be worth the money to buy the DVD when it comes out.
Samir Sahari (07 May 2013)
I want to say for all of those people who made this film. I reallyliked the film because it was very funny and it has got good animation,funny ascend and good jokes.When I was watched the story it reminded me of my past life which I wassped with my friend's in my childhood. The firework was very good.Music was the best and the dancing was very interested. I hope in thefuture is coming more like these films. All my member of family likesit and always they wanted to watch because it has got great story andfunny jokes. We hope more of this is come out soon as possible. Wouldyou like to tell me when other one is coming out because I want to seemore of this film? I watched with my college friend's few weeks ago andthey are always talking about it and they are wanted to see more ofthese film. Thanks your regard Samir.
paul2001sw-1 (07 May 2013)
I liked the first 'Madagascar' film; but the third in the seriesdoesn't match it's predecessor, and for a surprising reason: it doesn'tmake sense. You might think that this is a strange criticism of a filmabout a bunch of talking animals, but the skill of the first movie, aswith many of the best animations, was in placing comic absurdity withina set of very human parameters. 'Europe's Most Wanted', however, putsthe emphasis on high velocity action scenes, and tells a story wherethe world of its characters is totally unconstrained: anything canhappen as long as it makes for a spectacular sequence. As a result, thefilm seems much closer to movies like 'Ice Age' than to Pixar'sfrequently outstanding output: one for the kids, but without the depthsthat have made many recent animated movies (includng its own ancestor)something special. However, the train-spotter in me was pleasantlysurprised to see quite how accurately the film portrayed not just thetourist sites of Europe, but even Rome's Termini station.
Roland Jakobsson (03 May 2013)
The animals we've gotten to know in the previous two movies continuetheir quest to get home to NY in this third installment of the veryprofitable movie franchise. This time they buy a circus in order toimpress an American promoter enough to book them in NY, thus takingthem home for good.First of all, having recently watched Pixar's Brave, I am bound to saythat Madagascar 3 feels inferior in almost every aspect. Whereas Pixarusually deliver a touching and well-worked screenplay, the story hereis confusing and morally ambiguous. Are circus animals traveling aroundthe world performing tricks really OK? Many feel that it's wrong, butthe movie happily ignores this rather complex moral issue.It is also obvious that the screenwriter has not forgotten or forgivenFrance opposing the American war efforts of the early 2000s, as thestory takes a turn to Monte Carlo for no other purpose than tointroduce the ridiculous French antagonist, and add to that a FreedomFries-joke that feels incredibly dated.To sum it all up, this movie has a pretty weak plot and its aim ispretty obvious - to milk more money from the franchise. I hope they letit end here, as I feel this is pretty much the end of the road forthese movies.
kosmasp (03 May 2013)
I have to admit, that I didn't think this was going to entertain me asmuch as it did. There is the thin plot that made some people say thatit gets the wrong message across. While it isn't entirely true(especially if you watch the movie you'll see there is more to it), youcan understand why people would think that after watching the trailerof the movie.And there was also the weaker second Madagascar movie that I had in theback of my mind. So I was hesitant when I went to see this one. But thejokes do work most of the time (even though there are some weird musicchoices in the movie). The 3-D effects are also really addingadditional value to the movie. Animated movies seem to get them rightmost of the time anyway, but I thought I mentioned this anyway.So maybe I liked it because of my low expectations or at least ithelped a lot. But still if you are open minded you'll have fun withthis
Abdul Haseeb (02 May 2013)
Madagascar 3 was a really exciting movie , in my opinion it was one ofthe best animation movies i ever saw , it was far more better than thelast madagascar movies . in addition the comedy was outstanding whichmakes not only the children but also the adults laugh. it has everyfeature a normal English movie would have . it had a story , comedy ,action and conclusion . good job to the director Eric Darnhill and TomMacgrat.This Movie was Hillariously Brilliant People now can spend their money on a good movie which is worthwatching.enjoyed every minute of this movie.its basicaly a story of fewanimal friends who are finding their way back to their home new york ,unfrotunatly they are stuck in Africa. they make a plan to escape fromtheir misery on their way they find circus animals which allow them tojoin them on a circus show if they join us . Thats a short summary onthe movie best is yet to come Wishing For a Madagascar 4
Troy_Campbell (01 May 2013)
Dreamworks' second largest series manages to achieve what its biggestmoney-maker (hint: big green ogre) couldn't: a threequel that keeps thefranchise's standard high. Heck, this third instalment even eclipsesboth of its predecessors, which is an extremely rare feat indeed. Alexthe Lion (Ben Stiller) and his mates depart Africa for New York, butnot before going via Europe with a travelling circus and gaining theattention of the malevolent animal control Captain Chantel DuBois(Frances McDormand). From its wonderful Monte Carlo opening act to itsgrandstand New York climax, the action sequences are superblyconstructed and tremendously exciting; the predictably sharp animationis the icing on the cake. It's laugh out loud funny too, with a veryrespectable amount of jokes Â both verbal and visual Â hitting the spotfor kiddies and parents alike. There's often a lot of dross on the bigscreen between school terms; thankfully however, Madagascar 3 is theperfect holiday flick.
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