Krash wants to throw his best buddy Barry an unforgettable birthday party. He hires the DejaVu Agency, which organizes exciting time travel adventures. But the Kikoriki crew fail to follow the rules and the group is scattered across time.
Krash decides to throw his best buddy Barry an unforgettable birthday party. He contacts the DejaVu Agency, which organizes exciting time travel adventures. A cataclysmic accident occurs after the Kikoriki crew fail to follow the rules and scatter the group across time. Krash has to find and retrieve his friends through the ages with the help of his alter ego from another time and place, who materializes out of the rupture in the space-time continuum. Just when you thought the Kikoriki adventures couldn't get wilder, along comes this thrilling time travel adventure suitable for all ages across the globe.Written by
It was okay and all but the characters were a little bland
Okay i like Kikoriki the voices were good but characters like that mole guy with hat and glasses was flat if you ask me same goes to the Mexican dogs they had a few funny moments for but they were bland i liked Krash's Ancestor was the best character in this film as for the Kikoriki villagers in beginning they acted off character to Krash they said he caused so many disasters i liked how flashbacks were in flash animation they seemed to fit with they were saying but at the end of film they acted like their normal selves as for Krash he was just a little off but was still funny and wacky as he was in the original series i honestly think Peter Linz was the best voice actor for him.
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