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From the creators of Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda comes a hilarious "fun-fueled family adventure" (Bill Bregoli, CBS Radio News) that proves no dream is too big...and no dreamer too small. When an ordinary snail named Turbo acquires the power of super-speed, his life kicks into overdrive! With the help of a struggling taco stand owner and a streetwise snail crew, Turbo will attempt to race in the Indy 500 and make all their dreams come true.


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Rated PG
90 minutes

AMAZON US   |   AMAZON CA






REVIEW:
I was worried that this movie would be awesome for the kids but leave parents yawning and bored.
I was completely wrong!
This was definitely for the whole family. Kids won't understand all the jokes,thankfully, but that's a good thing. They will love the adventure, action and lovable characters. Parents will love that the kids stay focused, while having a few laughs at those jokes the kids don't get. 
It was also fun trying to pinpoint each actor or actress to the voice. Lots of famous favorites are the voices behind these characters, like Samuel L. Jackson and Snoop Dog. (I know he is Snoop Lion now, but he'll always be Snoop Dog to me.) 
Plus the ending is "perfectly predictable" and everyone is happy! 


3/5


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Comments

  1. I liked your review of the turbo movie.
    I haven't watched this movie but i know my nieces and nephew will
    want to watch it.

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  2. Me and my daughter saw this in theatres! We loved it :)

    Tom Ds on rafflecopter

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  3. I missed this one in the theater, but I need to catch it at some point. It sounds like fun.

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  4. This sounds like a movie our family will enjoy. Thank you for the review!

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  5. I didn't see this in the theater, but I will on video for sure. Thanks for the review.
    xo

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  6. This movie looks awesome . Hoping to watching with my kiddos soon

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  7. We didn't see this one in the theatre so we are looking forward to having a movie night. Trying to figure out which actor is voicing each character is one of my favourite things to do during a cartoon:)

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  8. We had planned to take the kids to see this in the theater. Can't wait to get it on blu ray!

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  9. We didn't get a chance to see this movie, but my son is really interested in seeing it now, so I guess i'll be getting it on dvd.

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  10. Sounds like fun for the whole family

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