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SeaFOODOn DVD and download to own and rent 28th May 2012
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Come and join sharks - Pup and Julius - on a fun-filled adventure to a place filled with colourful characters and marvellous mystery!
When poachers steal dozens of egg sacks from Pup’s reef, he makes it his duty to rescue his brothers and sisters. His mission becomes more difficult when he realises that he must venture above water and tackle a landscape filled with both beauty and danger.
Afraid for Pup’s safety, his best friend Julius follows him, attempting to bring him home. Wearing an amazing ‘fish-suit’ which allows him to walk on land, Julius will also discover that sharks may not be the most frightening creatures in the world…
This thrill-a-minute action, laugh-out-loud comedy is sure to make a splash when it’s released on DVD and download to own and rent on 28th May 2012.
SEAFOOD Technical Information: • RRP: £12.99• Certificate: PG (UK and Ireland)• Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround• Running time: 88 Minutes Approx.• Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic 1.78:1 • Languages: English • Copyright: © 2012 Lionsgate Home Entertainment UK. All Rights Reserved.
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Reviewed by: Louise and Patrick with Mollie and Chloe (twin sisters, aged 4)
Who is this film suitable for? : All the family
What is the plot? : The plot is about baby sharks that have been taken by poachers and are going to be sold on the black Market. A small shark goes to rescue them. His big brother goes to rescue him with the use of an on-land shark survival suit and a host of fishy friends. Whilst he is away pollution from a nearby factory spreads across the ocean giving rise to an invasion of evil deep sea crabs and a nasty eel. After many crazy antics and with the help of some Special Forces Ninja Chickens, the baby sharks are saved. During the rescue the sea polluting factory explodes and the pollution disappears. This holts the onslaught of the evil crabs and order is restored to the ocean.
Best bits: The funniest bit is the fight between the Ninja Chickens and the Shark in the Shark suit. The Ninja Chickens because they are quick witted and cool.
What the grown-ups say: Although it is slow to start it has very good comedic touches. The animation is good and the ocean looks gorgeous enough to dive into.
What the kids say: The fighting chickens made us laugh lots and lots! But we like Finding Nemo better.