When reporter Dan Geraldo (Alain Chabat) arrives in Palombia to hunt for a scoop, he never suspects that he is about to make an incredible discovery... With his resourceful local guide ...
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In the countryside of France, two groups of boys from the rural villages of Longeverne and Velran are in constant war against each other. Their war is a tradition that passes from father to... See full summary »
Nicholas has every reason to keep things in life unchanged; however, when he accidentally overhears mum and dad talking about a new baby brother, his world will turn upside down. Will they abandon him to make room for the little stranger?
When reporter Dan Geraldo (Alain Chabat) arrives in Palombia to hunt for a scoop, he never suspects that he is about to make an incredible discovery... With his resourceful local guide Pablito (Jamel Debbouze), Dan has one surprise after another during a thrilling adventure that allows him to bring the world some spectacular news: the Marsupilami, a mythical and mischievous animal, really does exist! You too will believe in furry tails!Written by
We went to watch this movie with our two kids and it was really fun!
If you like the comic books from Franquin, this movie relates very nicely to the humour that you find in them. Alain Chabat always manages to appeal to the small ones as well as to the oldest ones.
The marsupilami looks really cute with its family and the situations are very funny with the actors over doing it sometimes, which obviously make the kids laugh like crazy at the cinema. For the adults, there are some references to certain movies and situation that are quite known in French journalism.
If you want to have a good time with your family and not think too much this movie is made for you. Do not expect something very profound, but what you have seen in the trailer is what you will see on screen. So, enjoy an afternoon watching a real comic book on screen!
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