Ferdinand (2017)

PG   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Comedy


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After Ferdinand, a bull with a big heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is captured and torn from his home. Determined to return to his family, he rallies a misfit team on the ultimate adventure.

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  • John Cena in Ferdinand (2017)
  • Gabriel Iglesias in Ferdinand (2017)
  • Anthony Anderson in Ferdinand (2017)
  • Gina Rodriguez in Ferdinand (2017)
  • Miguel Ángel Silvestre in Ferdinand (2017)
  • Sally Phillips in Ferdinand (2017)

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26 December 2017 | heatherr-29963
9
| Enjoyable cute and heartwarming!
It seems that some people think the jokes in this movie fall flat and there is too much unnecessary clutter, but I honestly really really loved this movie. It was a reluctant choice after not finding anything else playing that we wanted to see, but man am I glad we saw it!

Ferdinand is the cutest bull I've ever seen, and I have to say I'm not familiar with this studio's other films but I thought the animation style was wonderful. I especially liked the wide range of expressions on Ferdinand's face throughout the movie, with a few close-ups that really captured the perfection of those expressions well.

The story itself was inspirational and heartwarming, full of examples and discussions on being yourself and breaking the mold and not letting anyone else define who you are. There were some heavy-handed moments that I'm not sure a younger viewer would understand, or possibly that may be too bleak for a very young viewer. Some of the humor was a little more adult-oriented, but most of it was clean, although sometimes rather stupid. The ending is pretty much exactly what you'd expect of a feel-good kid's movie, and I liked it very much.

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