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Willy the whale is back, this time threatened by illegal whalers making money off sushi. Jesse, now 16 years old, has taken a job on an orca-researching ship, along with old friend Randolph and a sarcastic scientist, Drew. On the whaler's ship is captain John Wesley and his 10-year-old son, Max, who isn't really pleased about his father's job, but doesn't have the gut to say so. Along the way, Willy reunites with Jesse, who helps Max realize that whales are a little more than just cheese burgers.Written by
In comparison with the first film or even the second, Free Willy 3 seems dark and lackluster. But for some reason, I liked it as much, if not more, than its prequels. The film had a purpose and it accomplished the purpose. Some people who have seen the film are annoyed with Jesse's sudden seriousness. Here's a hint: He grew up, as most people usually do over the course of four years. Why do you think that there was a new discontented kid? I enjoyed how the movie stands for change and reformation, and how it states that even as old stories are lost, new ones begin.
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