TURTLE TALE is inspired by events that took place at the George C. McGough Nature Park in Largo, Florida - the story of JR the OWL as witnessed and told by the nature park's first inhabitants, 'THE TURTLES'. The turtles, HANK, RAFI and GOLIATH, and their community live in a beautiful pond with nice clean water, lots of food and are witnesses to all the events of the park as they get ready for ...
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Ever met a talking turtle? Follow the adventures of sassy, outspoken box turtles Rafi and Hank and their friend, a gruff snapping turtle named Goliath. After vandals break into a nature park and kidnap Hank, it's up to Rafi and Goliath to track down their missing friend. Meanwhile, animal handler and skateboarder Calvin races to find a playful owl that escaped during the break-in. Come out of your shell and enjoy real-life laughter, romance, and fun in the Florida sunshine.
My seven year old discovered this on Hulu and wanted to watch it because he's obsessed with turtles right now.
I saw on the trailer and the credits that Tom Arnold would be voicing Goliath the turtle, but come to find out, that's not properly listed here .In fact, all of the turtles' voiceovers are pretty much listed differently on than what are credited on the movie. So here I am, spending half of the movie trying to figure out who is ACTUALLY voicing these turtles. Somebody please let me know? I would be really disappointed if it's not Tom Arnold.
That point aside my seven year old's review of the movie sums it up: this movie hardly has anything to do with talking turtles. Good effort for a movie, but the plot is weak and should not have included a talking animal cast at all. The trailer made it out to be a movie about talking turtles going out on an adventure.... but it is far from that.
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