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Plot: A sea turtle, who was hatched in 1959, spends the next fifty years travelling the world, while it is being changed by global warming. Runtime: 88 min Release Date: 29 Oct 2010
Don't listen to the 3D snobs, the 3D on this film is wonderful. My kids watched it in Thai while I listened to tunes on my I-Pod because I can't speak Thai . Amazing. If you're a teenager looking for fart jokes, glib one-liners, sexual innuendo, or pop culture references, you'll be disappointed. But if you can just relax into the outdoor and underwater and nature scenery you'll have a great time. The 3D pops out at you like the old traditional style on steroids. During the scene where the turtles are hatching, it actually feels like you're leaning over a hole on the <more>
beach. Snakes and piranhas jump out of the screen and and tiny fish hover at your nose. I do agree the story seemed kind of cliché. But if you are looking for a kind of thrill ride of 3D with wonderful art direction, you'll love it. So glad I have kids or might never have experienced the best 3D I have personally experienced.
This is a beautiful animation with fun 3D sequences. It has a simple story with an ecological message but as the movie is aimed at kids that is actually a good thing. The story and message will not fly over the little ones' heads.The characters are likable and the story's pace go on the right speed, not dragging itself or going too fast.Good fun for kids and parents as well.I've watched a dubbed version on Brazilian Portuguese so I can't speak for the original voice work, but this version I watched was very well done.The English version features the voices of stars like <more>
Melanie Grifith and Tim Curry.I highly recommend the 3D version as the movie has many sequences that will not be as entertaining and good looking on the 2D version.
entertaining, great soundtrack and good message (by caritherage)
I hadn't heard of this movie at all before stumbling onto it on Netflix, so I had no expectations. My husband and I watched it with our two year old son and we all greatly enjoyed it. My son asks to watch it again regularly. Great animation, intriguing story and enjoyable music to accompany it. It does carry a strong message about the environment, pollution, human interference, etc., but I didn't find it bothersome, since it was presented in such a way as to influence kids to be more conscientious about their actions and about the world around them and really, what is wrong with <more>
promoting that sort of behavior? . The story does not steer away from the very real dangers that sea turtles face, so if you have a sensitive or squeamish kid, you may want to pass on this for now, but my son wasn't negatively affected by it at all. Some have suggested the message is too liberal, or that it is annoying to be preached to during a movie, but as a non-liberal myself, I didn't come away with that feeling at all. The issues presented were fact-based, so if you find it distasteful, then feel free to stick your head back in the sand and ignore the reality that surrounds us all. All in all, I recommend this movie!
Perfect film for its target audience. It seems to me that the other reviewers did not see this film with the intended audience. 4 to 8 year old kids love it. It's a simple story but the 5 kids I took to see this film for a birthday party loved it in Paris, last Summer and so did the other 150 or so film goers in the theater. The characters are adorable. Much better turtles and underwater environments than in the dated "Finding Nemo". The message about the environment was great too. Not patronizing, just the right amount. I wonder how they can do it, at a fraction of the cost <more>
of the US budgets for animation. But best of all: the 3D. By far the best use of the technology I have seen so far. Not even Avatar comes close. This alone is worth the price of admission. I have seen several 3D films since and they seem to be getting from bad to worse.
This is a cute movie with a nice message. Some people seem to think there's too much "humans being evil" in the movie, but that's because pretty much everything humans do to the oceans is evil. There is no exaggeration here...in fact, I was impressed they found a way to put the good side to human activity as well.Aside from the obvious artistic license concerning talking, sentient animals, the movie gets a lot of things right including the species of turtles nesting on the same beach, what they eat, natural predators, floating on rafts of seaweed, a sedentary octopus, the <more>
dangers of plastic and so on.I gave this movie such a high rating because it's my daughter's favourite - we have it on DVD and she love's it. Now, my daughter is two years old, and it's certainly not good enough for me to watch over and over again, but I think it's great for her.
Finally I saw a 3D movie with real 3D effects coming right out of the screen. My kids loved it and they wanted to grab the 3D effects which is the best proof of a good 3D.The storyline was fun and also some good thrills but without frightening too much young children. I liked also the message that animals have to live in free nature.Makes you think twice if you want to win a goldfish on a village fair just to drop it in a small aquarium bowl.The soundtrack was great and I hope that it will be available on CD or MP3 download? We all young and old enjoyed the movie and the extra price for the <more>
Much better than expected, and a big improvement over Fly Me to the Moon (by TheLittleSongbird)
To be honest, I wasn't expecting to enjoy it, let alone like it. Although I didn't hate Fly Me to the Moon also directed by Ben Stassen as much as others did, it did have a number of problems. In every way, A Turtle's Tale:Sammy's Adventure is a big improvement.I won't say the film is perfect. The narrative is not as predictable or as saccharine as Fly Me to the Moon, in fact it is actually quite cute and appealing complete with a good message, but it does occasionally have its mundane and dull spots particularly with some scenes with the humans. The animation was in <more>
general amazing, but I did think some of the human character designs left a lot to be desired.That said, when it comes to the 3D, this is one of those rare exceptions where I'd say the 3D version is a must-see. Because it is clear and sharp enough, and doesn't distract too much. And when it comes to the animation in general, a vast majority of it is amazing, with gorgeous colours and stunning underwater sequences. The soundtrack fits very well, the characters are very likable and endearing mostly, the writing is much funnier and smarter with the jokes not going as overboard as badly as they could have done I'll drop a hint, no fainting female flies in sight! and even the pace is snappier. The voice work is very good, with John Hurt the standout as older Sammy.All in all, much better than expected. Beautiful to watch and much more appealing to a family audience than Stassen's previous effort. 8/10 Bethany Cox
Well, well, well. Good movie for kids... but enjoyable to anyone!! (by kp_ruddin)
I have finished watching the movie right now and I am totally satisfied with it.I am fond of animated movies till i watched "The Monster Ink". While I started "Sammy's Adventure" I was a little bit confused about it. As the plot of the movie is the ocean and one of my most favorite movies Finding Nemo also plotted there, I thought, better to say was afraid, the movie will fail to reach my level of satisfaction. But at the end it got a good score from me.Finding Nemo is certainly a classic movie and I guess with a similar plot no movie will be able to overtake its <more>
image and appeal. But this adventure touched me with one of its unique feature that HUMAN DO THINK FOR THE NATURE.Someone may find this one too easy going, may be slow moving, but I assure you take your kids with you, go back to your childhood and watch the movie. You will enjoy I am sure. If you don't have a kid, no matter go to your old days.So, I think this is a good movie for kids... but enjoyable to anyone!!
A sweet underwater adventure where turtles are the true stars (by Stompgal_87)
As I have mentioned in some of my other reviews, I used to live in a residential care home with staff support because I have Asperger syndrome and I went to the cinema with the majority of them. This may sound tiresome for those of you who have read my previous reviews but this is yet another film I saw at the cinema with one of those staff members and we both found it very sweet and the 3D was incredible in both the film and the trailer. I gave this film another shot upon watching it on LoveFilm Instant and I enjoyed it as much as I did first time around although it wasn't quite the same <more>
without the 3D effect.The film is reminiscent of other CGI films set under water such as 'Finding Nemo,' 'Shark Tale' and 'The Reef,' which may not make it the most original film in the world but to be honest, having turtles as the main characters did indeed give this film a hint of originality. Although turtles have been used as main animated characters elsewhere for example in childhood favourite 'Teenage Mutant Hero/Ninja Turtles' , the concept of having them in an underwater adventure film is entirely new. All the turtle characters were cute, especially Sammy and Shelly a clever name for a turtle and the underwater scenes especially were gorgeously rendered. The most distinctive historical part was that of the hippies on the beach, which made it easy for me to tell that particular scene took place in the 1960s. This was shown by the hippies' clothing and vehicles as well as the use of 'California Dreaming' by the Mamas and the Papas, which was one of my favourite songs on the soundtrack. Other songs I liked were Mika's 'Love Today,' the cover version of 'Ain't No Sunshine originally recorded by Bill Whithers whose version I prefer ,' 'Talking To The Moon' by Bruno Mars and VV Brown's incredibly underrated 'Shark In The Water' that played over the cut-out pop-up book part of the closing credits. The other songs were quite pleasant if rather forgettable but I liked the incidental music as well, especially the harp-led and calypso-inspired tunes that accompanied some of the underwater scenes and I also liked the sitar arrangement of 'Jingle Bells' that played during the hippie beach scene at Christmas. The story had some twists and turns such as Sammy getting separated from Shelly a few times but reuniting with her and it had a decent environmental message that was similar to that in 'Happy Feet' especially. The voice acting was full of clarity and I liked Fluffy's French accent as well as the seagull's Scottish twang while the dialogue has something for both children and adults with references to mating and flirting and good messages about friendship and encouragement, although children may find the mentions of turtle soup distressing. Other positive assets of the film were the inter-cut 2D segments that showed the progress of Sammy's adventure, the character animation and the opening title resembling the Universal logo.Overall this is a sweet film that is original in its own way and carries a somewhat valuable environmental message if not as outstanding as that in 'Happy Feet.' 8/10.