On a tiny exotic island, Tuesday, an outgoing parrot lives with his quirky animal friends in paradise. However, Tuesday can't stop dreaming about discovering the world. After a violent storm, Tuesday and his friends wake up to find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe. Tuesday immediately views Crusoe as his ticket off the island to explore new lands. Likewise, Crusoe soon realizes that the key to surviving on the island is through the help of Tuesday and the other animals. It isn't always easy at first, as the animals don't speak "human." Slowly but surely, they all start living together in harmony, until one day, when their comfortable life is overturned by two savage cats, who wish to take control of the island. A battle ensues between the cats and the group of friends but Crusoe and the animals soon discover the true power of friendship up against all odds (even savage cats).Written by
The last Robinson Crusoe adaptation starred Pierce Brosnan, probably best known for Remington Steele (TV) and James Bond movies. See more »
Near the beginning of the film the watchman (who kicks the cat) spots an island off the starboard (right) side of the ship, when the Captain is awoken he is sleeping in his room at the back of the ship, he picks up his telescope and looks out of the open window on the port (left) side of the ship and sees the same island. See more »
It was very cute but that was not enough to make it all that good.
The animation was pretty good, and I love the fact that the animation seem to be the focus of the film. So much in fact that no big name stars voiced any of the characters in the movie (Being a very small section of the end credits).
Although this did effect the story greatly. The movie is a retelling of Robinson Crusoe, from the point of view of the animals that help him survive on the uncharted desert isle for so long with most of the focus being on a parrot named mac, but Crusoe calls him Tuesday.
The story is not as good as the animation that is telling it, which is going to cost it from being a classic, but it still a OK animated film to see.
5 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this