|DVD Plumíferos – Aventuras voladoras
Run time: 80 min
Genres: Animation | Adventure | Family
Director: Daniel De Felippo, Gustavo Giannini
Writers: Claudio Andaur, Daniel De Felippo
Stars: Mariano Martínez, Luisana Lopilato, Mirta Wons
Jack is just an ordinary sparrow who wishes he could be more exotic and vibrant like so many of his friends. So when a coincidental accident involving colorful paint changes the way he looks, Jack is thrilled about his new appearance. But little does he know that his new look will soon lead him down a path of mistaken identity, adventure and danger. Aurora is a beautiful yellow canary that has been locked up her whole life. When she manages to escape from the mean network tycoon that has kept her caged up, she has trouble readjusting to this life of newfound freedom. When Jack and Aurora fortuitously meet, they will need to rely on each other, as well as their wacky friends (Larry the pigeon, Pete, the humming bird and Claire, the bat) as their case of mistaken identity leads them on a thrilling adventure. And along the way, Aurora and Jack will learn that it’s not who you are on the outside, but who you are on the inside that matters. Written by Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC
|Plot Keywords: bird, computer animation|
Release Date: 18 February 2010 (Argentina)
Budget: $750,000 (estimated)
This wasn't a very good movie.
Pretty much like "Gaturro", this was a boring CGI film without very much entertainment value.
The animation was poor and the aesthetic of the characters designs looked derivative of the films done by Pixar and Dreamworks.
Sadly, the plot isn't much better either, being boring, dull and generic for most of the time. The characters were bland stereotypes without any interesting quality about them. The jokes weren't funny.
In my opinion, "Boogie the Oily One" and "Fierro" were much better examples of Argentinean animated films, while this one was just something totally forgettable.