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Sammy's Adventures: The Secret PassageSammy's Adventures: The Secret PassageSammy's Adventures: The Secret PassageSammy's Adventures: The Secret Passage

Plot
A sea turtle who was hatched in 1959 spends the next 50 years traveling the world while it is being changed by global warming.

Release Year: 2010

Rating: 6.0/10 (1,909 voted)

Director: Ben Stassen

Stars: Melanie Griffith, Isabelle Fuhrman, Yuri Lowenthal

Storyline
A sea turtle who was hatched in 1959 spends the next 50 years traveling the world while it is being changed by global warming.

Cast:
Melanie Griffith - Snow(voice)
Isabelle Fuhrman - Hatchling Shelly(voice)
Yuri Lowenthal - Sammy
Anthony Anderson - (voice)
Gemma Arterton - (voice)
Sydney Hope Banner - Loggerhead Turtle(voice)
Ed Begley Jr. - (voice)
Darren Capozzi - Robbie(voice)
Pat Carroll - (voice)
Chris Andrew Ciulla - Snow Crab
Dominic Cooper - (voice)
Tim Curry - (voice)
Tim Dadabo - Policeman(voice)
Kathy Griffin - (voice)
Denis Kacenga - Shark



Details

Official Website: Studio Canal [France] | StudioCanal / nWave [Netherlands] |

Release Date: 4 August 2010

Opening Weekend: £1,122,067 (UK) (27 March 2011) (405 Screens)

Gross: £1,122,067 (UK) (27 March 2011)



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User Review

Simple, but very enjoyable

Rating: 8/10

This is a beautiful animation with fun 3D sequences. It has a simple story with an ecological message but as the movie is aimed at kids that is actually a good thing. The story and message will not fly over the little ones' heads.

The characters are likable and the story's pace go on the right speed, not dragging itself or going too fast.

Good fun for kids and parents as well.

I've watched a dubbed version on Brazilian Portuguese so I can't speak for the original voice work, but this version I watched was very well done.

The English version features the voices of stars like Melanie Grifith and Tim Curry.

I highly recommend the 3D version as the movie has many sequences that will not be as entertaining and good looking on the 2D version.









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