Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted

With so many animated films out there vying for attention it’s easy to accidently miss the odd cracker, some rely too much on gimmickry of 3D and forget that at its heart the film still needs a good story. So thankfully Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted has just that and with some brilliant new characters alongside the usual cast it is a very entertaining watch. Fans will be pleased at the return of the penguins and King Julien but will equally love the quirky Italian sea lion Stefano who steals the show on numerous occasions. Except for a couple of annoying musical numbers, I suppose they have to right? The film is paced perfectly to keep the adult and kids attention throughout and with superb animation and a sharp script Madagascar 3 proves to be one of the children’s films of the year. All together now ‘circus afro, circus afro, polka dot, polka dot, polka dot, afro’.

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