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Samuel L. Jackson
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The film's poster bears a sharp resemblance to the Shrek 2 (2004) release poster. See more »
While Pigeon Toady is in the tundra, he encounters what appears to be a baboon. While baboons only live in Africa and Saudi Arabia and not the tundra, the animal in the film is actually a Japanese macaque. While technically not a tundra animal, but native of the forest regions of Japan, macaques use natural hot water springs to bath -as shown in the movie- during Japanese freezing winter temperatures and have been nicknamed "snow monkeys". See more »
Storks, since the beginning of time we have been tasked with delivering babies to people. No matter how hard or painful or boring it got, we would never stop delivering babies. Thank goodness we don't have to do that anymore!
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Part of the closing credits appears in a montage of baby photos. See more »
I admit that while it's not one of my favorite animated movies of the year, it's still definitely something I would recommend. I admit that it does start a bit slow. It really gets better when the character Tulip is introduced. She is the heart of this movie and by far the most entertaining part. Thank you for featuring her so much. Almost everything she says is funny. I guess I just have a soft spot for genki girls. Pinkie Pie is the one who comes to mind most at any time. She even has red (pink?) hair like her. The best parts are probably her interacting with her personas.
I admit that the story makes little sense. How exactly are babies brought into this world now? We briefly get to see the process of how a baby is made. I love how big and epic this movie gets. Yes, it's technically short, but it still gives you everything you would want in a good movie. They have a lot of great details and it leads up to an exciting climax. As a huge fan of "The Lego Movie", you have to watch the great short that precedes this. If only "Looney Tunes" did stuff like that nowadays. It's great to see a good movie based on an original concept too. ***
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