Daniel Defoe's classic tale of survival gets a twist in this family-friendly animated adventure. Restless parrot Mak and his animal pals are shocked when a ragged human known as Robinson Crusoe washes ashore on their tropical island. Although they are initially apprehensive of this strange new arrival, they decide to team up with Crusoe to save their home from a pair of conniving cats. Directed by Vincent Kesteloot and Ben Stassen.~Violet LeVoit
I won't describe the plot for obvious reasons, but let me just say that the film is entertaining and does not contain violence that nearly every film these days contains. Not quite 5 stars, but pretty good.
Kids wee glued to the TV and they wanted to see it again a week later, which is a sure sign that they like the movie. If you have children under 10 years of age, I think they will like it. Adults will enjoy it too. This is a nice break from the vile blood and guts sewage being pumped into our homes by TV and Hollywood.
It started out out slow and then picked up . It had some funny parts and kept me interested but I was not laughing from beginning to end. This would have made it a great movie if it had done this. Quality was good characters were good good ending as well.