The film was not released theatrically in Vietnam or Malaysia after producers decided not to cut out a shot with a map that supported Chinese territorial claims to disputed regions in the South China Sea. See more »
The whooping snakes blink, but snakes don't have eyelids. See more »
Still pictures are shown through the credits showing life after the story shown in the film, featuring shots of Yi, Jin, Peng, Yi's mother, and Nai Nai all growing closer. Also included are shots of Mr. Burnish, the whooping snake, and the jerboa, which all culminate in the film's credits ending on a photo of Yi, her mother, and Nai Nai at the Leshan Budha. Finally, there's a small stinger featuring the whooping snake. See more »
While the movie may need a while to get going it is even more stunning later on. Rewatching it now, the film touched me even more than it did in the cinema. Abominable tells the story of an unusual friendship between a yeti and a girl while brilliantly presenting what family actually means and what every one can do for each other. The beautiful violin pieces create such a thrilling flow which makes you wish the movie would go on forever. The scenery is a diverse illustration of China especially showing off the beautiful nature the country has to offer. The animation looks awesome and visuals get even better when you let yourself be enchanted by the wonderful things Abominable illustrates. As always, DreamWorks did a fantastic job with this movie and you won't regret watching it.
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