David and his family move to live on a beach beside a jungle. In the jungle two groups are hunting. One group are tiny aliens, on earth to hunt for their magic pearls. The second group is a...
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David and his family move to live on a beach beside a jungle. In the jungle two groups are hunting. One group are tiny aliens, on earth to hunt for their magic pearls. The second group is a women hunter and her monkey sidekick, they are hunting and trapping animals in the jungle and also seeking to catch the aliens. Behind the scenes an evil property developer Mr Stealmore (wow - how subtle) has plans to strip the jungle of it's hidden treasure and to bulldoze it to build a city. Can David help to save the jungle? Written by
Bob the Moo
The story is weak and the animation is pretty bad.
David and the Magic Pearl I know was meant for little kids. But it was just plain bad in almost every respect. The animation was poor, the story was weird, and it was just kind of odd. David (Christine Cavanaugh) moves to an island jungle with his parents. David befriends the animals living on the island and decides to protect them from a hunter a named Fawn Doe. Fawn is working for an evil boss named Mr. Stealmore (Why don't you just name him Badperson Von Evil?) who wants to build a city on the island. First the animation is bad. It's really poor and it just doesn't look right. Also the sound mixing is obnoxious. It's just constant noise throughout. It never stops. It's just plain annoying. The one thing salvageable from it is the voice acting is actually all right. That's it. Nothing else in this movie is worthwhile.
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