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Madagaskari 3

Madagaskari 3
Madagaskari 3 Rating: 68 out of 100 based on 33 reviews.
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Ben Stiller

Alex (voice)
Chris Rock

Marty (voice)
Jada Pinkett Smith

Gloria (voice)
David Schwimmer

Melman (voice)
Sacha Baron Cohen

Julien (voice)
Cedric the Entertainer

Maurice (voice)
Andy Richter

Mort (voice)
Tom McGrath

Skipper / First Policeman (voice)
Frances McDormand

Captain Chantel DuBois (voice)
Jessica Chastain

Gia (voice)
Bryan Cranston

Vitaly (voice)
Martin Short

Stefano (voice)
Chris Miller

Kowalski (voice)
Christopher Knights

Private (voice)
Conrad Vernon

Mason / Second Policeman (voice)
παραγωγή
Director:Eric Darnell
Tom McGrath
Producer:Mireille Soria (producer)
Holly Edwards (associate producer)
Mark Swift (producer)
Writer:Noah Baumbach (screenplay)
Eric Darnell (screenplay) and)
αξιολογήσεις για Madagaskari 3
Cole Smithey
It took three directors to make the third installment in the “Madagascar” franchise, yet the compound collaboration has resulted in an impressive animated comedy. Noah Baumbach’s screenwriting contributions, alongside franchise regular...
7M Pictures
So it seems, by revising my reviews of the previous “Madagascar” movies to prepare to write this one, I don’t have as good of a memory as I thought. I recall really liking “Madagascar” but really disliking “Madagascar: Back 2 Africa.”
Reel Views
Madagascar 3 raises an interesting question about what movie-goers want from animated films: intelligent, thoughtful productions that use artwork, rather than live-action, to tell a story, or colorful crap that can be used to distract children for...
Fresno Bee
Except for the marvelous military-minded penguins, the first two "Madagascar" offerings have been lame. The original 2005 film was a tepid animated offering that limped along like an aged, mangy lion with bunions. The sequel, three years later, ended up b
Fan The Fire
The Toy Story franchise held up into a second and third film because the characters at its heart are immediately affable, with audiences building strong emotional bonds with their good nature, and by the finale of the third, caring deeply about their...
αξιολογήσεις για Madagaskari 3
Cole Smithey
It took three directors to make the third installment in the “Madagascar” franchise, yet the compound collaboration has resulted in an impressive animated comedy. Noah Baumbach’s screenwriting contributions, alongside franchise regular...
7M Pictures
So it seems, by revising my reviews of the previous “Madagascar” movies to prepare to write this one, I don’t have as good of a memory as I thought. I recall really liking “Madagascar” but really disliking “Madagascar: Back 2 Africa.”
Reel Views
Madagascar 3 raises an interesting question about what movie-goers want from animated films: intelligent, thoughtful productions that use artwork, rather than live-action, to tell a story, or colorful crap that can be used to distract children for...
Fresno Bee
Except for the marvelous military-minded penguins, the first two "Madagascar" offerings have been lame. The original 2005 film was a tepid animated offering that limped along like an aged, mangy lion with bunions. The sequel, three years later, ended up b
Fan The Fire
The Toy Story franchise held up into a second and third film because the characters at its heart are immediately affable, with audiences building strong emotional bonds with their good nature, and by the finale of the third, caring deeply about their...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
DreamWorks Animation, always likely to stand in the shadow of the Disney-linked Pixar Animation Studios, comes up short again with Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.
Screen Jabber
Third instalments of franchises historically do not tend to deliver (if you’ve seen Back to the Future Part III, you’ll know what I mean). Before anyone mentions a certain film about a knight of the dark variety, which is arguably the exception rather...
FirstShowing.net
Either the Madagascar films are getting better with each entry or they're so unmemorable that the latest one is always considered "the best of the series." Well, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, the latest in the series from DreamWorks Animation...
NorthShoreMovies.net
That is not the case with the “Madagascar” films, which have been underrated and yet consistently work both as character-driven stories and as zany comedies. MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE’S MOST WANTED is a lot of fun, and a whole lot better than Pixar’s last...
Atlantic City Weekly
If you had told me that the second sequel in an animated film series would blow away Tom Cruise having fun playing a pampered rock superstar, I would have been highly skeptical..
Slant Magazine
The inevitable third in a blockbuster franchise that will yield an inevitable fourth, maybe even a fifth, and so on, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted is low on character development, relying on flimsy, time-honored narrative arcs that audiences...
St. Petersburg Times
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted is packed with silliness and festooned with 3-D effects worth the surcharge for a change. This is likely the best entertainment that children will find at the movies this summer, and that grownups can enjoy just as...
CinemaBlend.com
Madagascar 3 is high-energy chaos. It’s more than two hours worth of material crammed into a measly eighty-five minutes. It doesn’t stop for breaths or pause to consider the physics of its stunts. It just goes and goes and goes, blending word gags...
iHaveNet.com
"Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" is one of the fanciest, most carefully assembled cartoons ever put on the screen. The jokes come so fast that they're nearly subliminal. Plot points whiz by, and when things threaten to blur, there's a crazy musical...
Movie Web
When Madagascar got released in 2005, people despised the living crap out of it for being a rushed film by Dreamworks and later on, they made a sequel named Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa and while it was kinda better than the first, it was more of a...
New York Post
Describing this as the “best” of the abysmal animated “Madagascar’’ trilogy is like indicating a slight preference for being locked in a sweatbox instead of waterboarded: Either way, you feel enormous gratitude when it’s over.
Boxoffice Magazine
Three is the charm for DreamWorks Animation's entertaining installment of their popular Madagascar franchise. In fact, Europe's Most Wanted is so full of laughs and great characters, it's easily the best in the series. Like Toy Story 3, the Madagascar...
Miami Herald
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted is one of the fanciest, most carefully assembled cartoons ever put on the screen. The jokes come so fast they’re nearly subliminal. Plot points whiz by and when things threaten to blur, there’s a crazy musical number...
Sacramento News & Review
Alex the lion (voiced by Ben Stiller) and his zebra (Chris Rock), hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith) and giraffe (David Schwimmer) pals are still trying to get home to New York, this time joining a circus and being chased across Europe by a Javert-like cop.
The A.V. Club
Aside from Pixar (and even that studio isn’t always safe territory), computer-animated kiddie flicks like Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted usually aren’t movies, so much as collections of brightly colored shapes, past-their-sell-date pop songs...
Movies.com
Specifically, I hereby take back everything I've been saying to anyone who was ever within earshot of me while I complained loudly about the posters, billboards, bus ads and trailers for this, the latest Madagascar film. Of course, it's the franchise's...
Entertainment Weekly
In animation, the next best thing to a grand vision is crack comic timing. The third chapter in the saga of Alex the lion (Ben Stiller) and his Central Park Zoo pals — now nostalgic for New York after their foray into Africa — has timing up the wazoo.
Time Out London
This is that rare thing: a franchise that grows more winning with each instalment. The garish, noisy ‘Madagascar’ series has always been something of a circus, so it’s fitting that this ingratiatingly manic third entry finds its quartet of Yankified...
Channel24
In the latest Madagascar caper Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman move from Monaco in the south of France to Rome and back to States. The animals also run their own circus and plan their own moves, including the execution of daring stunts like launching the
TotalFilm.com
After Cars 2, the prospect of another animated tentpole crossing the atlantic might feel as appealing as a giraffe-hippo lovechild.
Hindustan Times
The screenplay takes a little time to gather momentum — the early scenes between the savannah-stranded quartet aren’t engaging enough — but once they join a circus troupe in Europe, that’s the cue for the director trio to unleash their riotous...
IBNLive
After stopping off in Madagascar and Africa in the previous films, that gang of animal escapees from New York City zoo continues its globe-trotting tour with a shiny, bright and somewhat breathless adventure through scenic European cities in the...
MovieXclusive.com
We are guessing it’s only a matter of time when Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe make their way to Asia, that is, if the Madagascar movie franchise continues to strike gold at the box office, prompting the studio...
Rediff.com
Narrative wise, the film wraps up on a note of closure, suggesting that Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted is the final film in the Madagscar franchise. If so, the conclusion could not be any more epic. With the summer vacations just concluding...
ABC Radio (Australia)
The great thing about DreamWorks Animation's Madagascar franchise is that it always packs in jokes for those members of the audience who may be old enough to drive. The third installment maintains this tradition: it's very often laugh-out loud funny...
Koimoi.com
Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman join a travelling circus so that they can get back to their home, the Central Park zoo in New York. More about their fun filled adventure in the review of Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.
WeLoveMovieClub.com
ถ้า ‘Madagascar’ ภาคแรกเป็นการนำเสนอเรื่องราวของกลุ่มสัตว์เพื่อนซี้ที่ตัดสินใจเดินออกจากกรอบชีวิตเพื่อค้นหาสิ่งที่ดีกว่า และหาก ‘Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa’ เป็นเหตุการณ์ต่อมาของการเรียนรู้การใช้ชีวิตตามธรรมชาติอย่างที่ควรจะเป็น...
Flicks.co.nz
You wouldn’t expect the third instalment of an animated franchise to have much in the way of legs, particularly when telling as simple a tale as what’s on offer here. But by combining an insubstantial storyline (animals try to return home to...
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Ben Stiller...Alex (voice)
Chris Rock...Marty (voice)
Jada Pinkett Smith...Gloria (voice)
David Schwimmer...Melman (voice)
Sacha Baron Cohen...Julien (voice)
Cedric the Entertainer...Maurice (voice)
Andy Richter...Mort (voice)
Tom McGrath...Skipper / First Policeman (voice)
Frances McDormand...Captain Chantel DuBois (voice)
Jessica Chastain...Gia (voice)
Bryan Cranston...Vitaly (voice)
Martin Short...Stefano (voice)
Chris Miller...Kowalski (voice)
Christopher Knights...Private (voice)
Conrad Vernon...Mason / Second Policeman (voice)
Paz Vega...Horses (voice)
Vinnie Jones...Freddie the Dog (voice)
Danny Jacobs...Croupier / Circus Master (voice)
Dan O'Connor...Casino Security / Mayor of New York City (voice)
Stephen Kearin...Fourth Policeman (voice)
Emily Nordwind...Zoo Official (voice)
Asucena Jimenez...Kid in Crowd (voice)
Frank Welker...Sonya (voice)
Nick Fletcher...Frankie the Dog (voice)
Eric Darnell...Comandante / Zoo Official / Zoo Announcer (voice)
Peter Arpesella...Vitaly's Fan / French Policeman / Dad (voice)
Francesca Fanti...Horse, Lady in Italian Circus
Steve Jones...Jonesy the Dog (voice)
παραγωγή
Director:Eric Darnell
Tom McGrath
Producer:Mireille Soria (producer)
Holly Edwards (associate producer)
Mark Swift (producer)
Writer:Noah Baumbach (screenplay)
Eric Darnell (screenplay) and)
Composer:Hans Zimmer
Editing:Nick Fletcher (film editor)
Casting:Leslee Feldman
Christi Soper
Production Design:Kendal Cronkhite
Art Director:Shannon Jeffries
Production Management:Tracey Michelle Arnold (production supervisor)
Camille Leganza (production supervisor)
Jannette Eng (production supervisor)
Emily Nordwind (production supervisor)
Milind D. Shinde (production manager)
Ryan Genji Thomas (production supervisor)
Cindy Azada Whitman (production supervisor)
Dawn Yamada (production supervisor)
Philip M. Cohen (production supervisor)
Dinesh Krishnan Nair (production manager)
εταιρείες
Production Studio:DreamWorks Animation
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