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Robinson Crusoe: The Wild Life - Film Review

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by Emma Crameri (subscribe)
Editor of the Brisbanista website * Awesome things to do for Brisbane residents *
Published October 8th 2016
Do your kids love animals and animation?

You have probably heard the legendary tale of Robinson Crusoe before, but not told by the unique perspective of his larger than life parrot, Tuesday. This family-friendly movie features a hilarious group of animal friends in a story of survival.

Robinson Crusoe

Tuesday can't stop dreaming about discovering the world beyond his tiny exotic island. After a strong storm, the outgoing parrot and his friends find a strange human being on the beach, Robinson Crusoe.

Robinson Crusoe

Tuesday views the encounter as an opportunity to fulfil his dreams of a life off the island and explore new lands. Crusoe soon realises he needs the help of Tuesday and the other animals if he is going to have any chance of surviving on the island.

Robinson Crusoe

This animation comes from the creators of Sammy 1 and 2, and The House of Magic. It's predicted to be a re-imagined classic for your children.

Robinson Crusoe is showing for a limited two-week time period only and will be released in cinemas from Saturday 29 October 2016. See it in cinemas everywhere.

Make sure you buy your ticket today so you don't miss this classic story with the full cinema experience. The official The Wild Life website has some great colouring in pages to download to keep the kids entertained.
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Why? The classic story of Robinson Crusoe told by a parrot
When: 29 and 30 October and 5 and 6 November 2016
Where: Your local cinema
Cost: Price of a movie ticket
Your Comment
This looks hilarious. I'll admit I'm a big fan of the animated movies and I think the movie makers do a good job these days of amking them appeal as much to adults ads they do to children.
by Gayle Beveridge (score: 3|5994) 529 days ago
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