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In a world of anthropomorphic animals, koala Buster Moon owns a theater, having been interested in show business since his father took him to his first music show as a child. Following financial problems brought up by the bank representative Judith, he tells his wealthy friend Eddie that he will host a singing competition with a prize of $1,000. But Buster's assistant, Miss Crawly, accidentally appends two extra zeroes, and the promotional fliers showing $100,000 are blown out of Buster's office into the city streets.
The scene where Johnny is racing the getaway car to the theater is a parody of Bullitt (1968). See more »
When Moon was going to declare the names of the nominees for the show, Daniel the Giraffe heard him instantly. A few minutes later, however, Daniel was dismissed because he could hardly hear Moon. See more »
In the Illumination Entertainment logo, 4 Minions - Kevin, Mel, Stuart, and Bob - are singing the word "Illumination". The last one, Bob, sings the 'tion' part so long and loud, the 'MIN' and 'ION' parts short out. After realizing what he has done, he says "Oops" See more »
Texts in Latin Spanish and cinema credits' main voices for Latin Spanish version are shown only in the Latin American cinemas. In the DVD&BD no. Same For Netflix. Why? Universal keeps the originals for home video releases. See more »
An immensely enjoyable & likeable animated comedy, Garth Jennings' Sing is extremely entertaining to children and adults. The film may not, however, leave a lasting impression as the tale of a singing competition and its animal competitors does little to stand out. Characters are cute, and voice-talent is strong; but both the narrative and the animation lack depth. Sing is fun, but it rarely hits any high notes.
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