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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
Great movie and fun fill adventure for all in the Family! Imagine the sea creatures such as sharks able to walk on land with some great mechanical vehicle. Lots of laugh and fun to watch and great to see some good story telling with special animation and twist coming from Malaysia. This is another alternative option yet equivalent or comparable in quality with mega budget Hollywood or Pixar feature animations. I highly recommend it and go see it with the rest of your friends and family. It's somehow reminds me of Finding Nemo but the entire story works out quite differently at the end with great scenery of the local Malaysia beaches. Another thing in this movie is that it highlights the environmental issue faced by the sea creatures caused by humans and also a clear message to all on shark hunting for their fins & the diminishing shark species due to this trade. This message drives home with the current urgency to educate and encourages people not to eat shark fins thus the killing will eventually stop! Anyhow go to see this movie and enjoy yourself.
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