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The trek Red makes to the Family of Birds with the Hatchday Cake is perilous and takes some time, even though they are living in the same village as the other birds. See more »
I'm gonna get ready.
[Terence slingshots him to the castle]
I wasn't ready!
[He uses is speed ability to get into the castle, then he flies into a kitchen, a cactus room, and a room where pigs are having sword duels, then he hits a brick as it falls down]
Chuck, is that you?
This is the house of horrors!
Oh, my God!
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The main title animates after the movie's ending. The sliver "ANGRY BIRDS" word-mark reveals by lighting up , followed shortly by the red words "THE" and "MOVIE" fading in at the top-left and bottom-right respectively. After a few seconds, when the last note hits, the title draws forward. See more »
The UK versions cut three moments of wordplay on strong language to get a 'U' rating instead of a 'PG'. See more »
Rich in color, energy and perfectly dreadful puns, this film adaptation of the Finnish gaming phenomenon surpasses all cynical expectations.
Agreeability gets you so far in life, but when the chips are down, it helps to lose your temper sometimes. That's a pretty unexpected moral takeaway for a kids' movie, and it's just one surprise of many in "The Angry Birds Movie," a fast, fizzy and frenetically entertaining extension of the manic gaming franchise that, at its zenith, had children of all ages glued to their smartphone screens. Establishing a basic psychological motivation for the fiery disposition shared by the feathered folk of Bird Island, this irreverent origin story takes an appropriately loose, elastic approach to its larger narrative, with frequent detours to fill in daffier details of its mad, mad, mad, mad story world.
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