Dad of Divas' Reviews: DVD Review - Freedom Force

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

DVD Review - Freedom Force

Freedom Force
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About the Movie
Four unlikely, pint-sized heroes set out to save the world from chaos in Freedom Force, on VOD and DVD Dec. 31 from Vertical Entertainment.

An out-of-this-world, animated adventure for the entire family, featuring the voice talents of Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future) and Sarah Michelle Gellar (Cruel Intentions, Buffy the Vampire Slayer).

A devious plot is under way to alter the writings of famed author Jules Verne to change the course of history! Accompanied by their trusted dog, a group of kids – unlikely heroes, but with special talents – are sent back in time to restore the beloved stories and secure their rightful place in history.

Their adventure takes them to the darkest jungles and cities deep under the sea … even to outer space! But the mission goes horribly awry when a mad scientist tries to stop them. Faced by colossal challenges along the way – including cannibals, runaway hot air balloons and a giant octopus – they struggle to set the record straight and save the world from chaos … While not mixing up anything as they go!

My Take on the Movie
I am always up for a new cartoon, especially when it comes to saving the world. I had not heard of this movie in the past, but knew the main actors who voiced the characters and they did a great job portraying the characters themselves. The movie itself was fun and adventure filled. The animation was not as pristine as you might see in some movies but the story was still strong and we enjoyed the time we spent watching it. Being fans of books, you tend to feel that you have been transported into some of the most beloved novels of all time, and this to me is one of the strongest pieces of the movie itself. All-in-all, the movie was good, and fun for the whole family.

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