Turbo Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD Arrive November 12th

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Turbo Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD Arrive November 12th
Laugh it up with the visually stunning, heartfelt comedy-adventure for fans of all ages this holiday season! "Fresh, fast and funny" (Lou Lumenick, New York Post) and garnering four stars from Shawn Edwards with Fox TV, DreamWorks Animation's Turbo has been hailed by critics as "pure family fun" (Jeff Craig, Sixty Second Preview) receiving outstanding audience reaction and a coveted "A" CinemaScore.

Directed by David Soren and from the team behind family favorite franchises Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda, Turbo is "a movie both kids and adults will adore!" (Deidre Behar, Clevver News) and features laugh-out-loud performances from an incredible voice cast of today's biggest stars: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Pe&#241a, Snoop Lion, Maya Rudolph, Michelle Rodriguez and Samuel L. Jackson.

Experience big dreams and even bigger laughs when Turbo arrives on Digital HD on October 22 and on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD on November 12. Taking the fun-filled spirited adventure of the film,
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Blu-ray, 3D, DVD Release: Turbo

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: Nov. 12, 2013

Price: DVD $29.98, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $38.99, Blu-ray 3D Combo $48.99

Studio: DreamWorks Animation/20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

DreamWorks Animation’s Turbo is another little guy makes big story.

The movie tells the story of a common garden snail called Turbo (voiced by Ryan Reynolds, Green Lantern) who dreams of winning the Indy 500. When a freak accident gives him super sonic speed, he just might get his wish.

The PG film also features the voices of Paul Giamatti (Win Win), Michael Pena (End of Watch), Samuel L. Jackson (Marvel’s The Avengers), Luis Guzman (The Count of Monte Cristo), Bill Hader (Men in Black 3), Maya Rudolph (The Way, Way Back), Richard Jenkins (Eat Pray Love), Michelle Rodriguez (Avatar), Ken Jeong (Pain & Gain), Snoop Dog and even real-life racer Mario Andretti.

Turbo got decent reviews when it was in theaters, with Minneapolis Star Tribune critic Colin Covert
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‘Turbo’ Review: A Vintage Story With a Little Rust

“Where were you on the day they let a snail race in the Indy 500?” This one line, spoken by Paul Page or Chris Parnell, I can’t remember which — they both play telecasters of the Indy 500 race in the film — pretty much sums up what’s going on in the new Dreamworks Animation film Turbo. It’s a movie about a snail, voiced by Ryan Reynolds, who dreams of being fast, something his brother (Paul Giamatti) has explained on numerous occasions is against what nature has intended. Yet, he finds a way and ends up in the Indianapolis 500. Because as the film teaches us, “no dream is too big, no dreamer is too small.” It also teaches us lessons about no concept being too worn out. How Turbo, whose real name is Theo, gets to the Indy 500 is perhaps the least interesting part of the David Soren directed toon. He wants to be fast, he
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