Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman are still fighting to get home to their beloved Big Apple. Their journey takes them through Europe where they find the perfect cover: a traveling circus, which they reinvent - Madagascar style.
Spoiled by their upbringing with no idea what wild life is really like, four animals from New York Central Zoo escape, unwittingly assisted by four absconding penguins, and find themselves in Madagascar, among a bunch of merry lemurs
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In interviews, Otto Waalkes (the German voice of Sid) stated that John Leguizamo adopted his way of speaking as Sid and even the animation of Sid was matched to resemble the movements of Otto (he is regarded as Germany's most famous comedian). See more »
The 3 eggs are falling and Ellie manages to catch the third one. Then Sid walks down to where she is, carrying the other 2 eggs in his hands. But a minute later, (when Manny discourages him) he puts the eggs to the wooden sledge waiting nearby. The sledge was not there when Sid walked down. In fact it gets lost when Sid and the eggs are tossed into the air a few minutes ago. See more »
There's only one thing to do. Possums, come with me. Manny, you stay and take care of her.
You can't leave now! She's off the trail! What about rule number two?
Rule number 5 says you can ignore rule number 2 if there's a female involved, or possibly a cute dog. You know, I just make up these rules as I go along.
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OK big plus here - this film is better than the 2nd which i didn't particularly like and if you can go and see it in 3D (For the people who criticise this "gimmick" go and try it 1st rather than base your opinion on other "critics" opinions) do so as it is excellent and really beats the years earlier examples of 3D films (although i didn't see Coraline at the cinema so cant comment on a comparison).
The person who didn't laugh - go on ebay and find a sense of humor - the whole cinema was laughing through out the film and i really enjoyed the jokes - yes you saw most of them coming but hey its a kids cartoon.
The story is easy to follow and again those people moaning its not real jeez ITS A KIDS CARTOON - when do they need to make sense or be realistic..............???
Every kid i have spoken to loves it.
It does have one problem that it is pretty much instantly forgettable along with most the other sequels out at the moment but for the 1hr30mins it was all good fun and a nice way to spend a sat/Friday evening with the Mrs and kids.
Not gonna win any Oscars for originality but could take the gong for best CGI very very good job if you also consider the back drop and how well it works in 3D.
Ah and how can i forget Scrat - in typical Mr Bean style he returns and does not disappoint, come on guys give the mouse/rat thing his own movie!
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