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Bright, colorful and an inspiring film for young kids! The film has a great cast of voice-overs of current, relevant actors and the plot incorporates a variety of characters whose personalities creatively match the colors of their crayons. Likely most suited for younger kids of 8 years old, or under. For a computer generated film which ends in under one and half hours it keeps the attention of its young audience. For us adults, the movie takes us back to our childhood, or a time when crayons were main characters in our daily fun. Finally, the film has partnered with a non-profit organization, The Crayon Collection, which donates used crayons for those less fortunate kids.
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