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Sea Level (2011)

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Pup discovers human poachers stealing eggs from his reef. As he leaves the sea to rescue the eggs he'll enter the dangerous world of humans.

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Aun Hoe Goh

Writer:

Jeffrey Chiang
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Credited cast:
Maxwell Vreeland Andrew Maxwell Vreeland Andrew ... Pudgy (as Max)
Steven Bone Steven Bone ... Lanky
Colin Chong Colin Chong ... Lee
Chi-Ren Choong Chi-Ren Choong ... Fatman
Jason Cottom Jason Cottom ... Larry
Kennie Dowle Kennie Dowle ... Octo
Amelia Henderson ... Ruby (voice)
Diong Chae Lian Diong Chae Lian ... Pup
Christina Orow Christina Orow ... Mertle the Turtle (voice)
Ramona Rahman Ramona Rahman ... Mrs. Chong (voice)
Tikriti Shabudin Tikriti Shabudin ... Spock
Adila Shakir Adila Shakir ... Heather
Jay Sheldon Jay Sheldon ... Sting
Andrew Susay Andrew Susay ... Moe
Mike Swift Mike Swift ... Murray
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Pup, a bamboo shark, discovers egg sacs while playing around the ocean with his friends. When he sees human poachers stealing the eggs from his reef, Pup makes it his mission to save his family. As he leaves the sea and enters the beautiful, yet dangerous, world of humans he'll prove he isn't too small to save his family. Written by Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager

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Rated PG for scary situations, action and brief mild language | See all certifications »
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Connections

Referenced in Ambush: Episode #1.11 (2013) See more »

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Together
Written by Lim Onn Jian
Performed by Lim Onn Jian
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For older children
5 January 2021 | by jewelchSee all my reviews

Even though I did enjoy it Parents need to know that despite some bright, colorful animation, and a few appealing heroes, Sea Level is filled with dark images, eerie music, bullying used as humor, scarily-mutated sea creatures, an abusive human father, and characters constantly in fear for their lives. Viewers, especially young ones, will find the film's often disconnected structure and abrupt scene endings hard to follow. If Sea Level is meant as a humorous, cautionary tale about protecting the planet and its oceans, that message is as random and murky as the story itself and the few humorous sequences don't qualify it as watchable. Recommend for older children James Welch Henderson, Arkansas 1/4/2020


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Malaysia | China | USA | South Korea | Qatar

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8 March 2012 (Malaysia) See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$8,039,544
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Dolby Digital

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