A toy box appears at the front door of Foster's and Frankie is ordered to take it to the attic. When she looks inside the box, she gets sent to a strange world which has an imaginary friend...
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A toy box appears at the front door of Foster's and Frankie is ordered to take it to the attic. When she looks inside the box, she gets sent to a strange world which has an imaginary friend that does whatever she wants. Frankie decides to stay because she never gets any appreciation for all her hard work. Bloo, Mac, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco set out to rescue her. Written by
As kids we all have imaginary friends, heck, I still have my imaginary friend. Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends was a successful television program and this film is an extended part of the franchise, featuring the same characters from the show, from a funny blue blob-shaped creature to a large anthropomorphic bunny rabbit bearing a close resemblance to Captain Peacock from the old British sitcom Are You Being Served? One of the characters a college-aged girl named Frankie, finds a world where she can do anything she wants and has her own imaginary friend, now her other friends have to come rescue her. It has some incredibly dorky moments but it is a kid's movie and for a kid's movie I 'd say it's got a pretty original plot. The soundtrack wasn't bad, although rather annoying at times, and the voice acting was great, especially from Tom Kane. I honestly hope this franchise is never remade, because it's great on its own and a funny yet intriguing source of entertainment for younger children, even adults.
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