Madagascar (Blu-Ray)

Release Date: 06 April 2009 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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The friendship between a New York City lion and zebra is tested when fate brings them out to the unforgiving wilderness in this computer-animated feature. Chris Rock provides the voice of Marty the Zebra, whose longing to explore beyond his cushy Central Park Zoo boundaries is the impetus that ultimately strands him and his pals on the shores of savage Madagascar. Marty loves the new, edible scenery, but his best friend Alex (voiced by Ben Stiller) the Lion begins to starve since his diet of thick steaks has been cut off, and the rump of his friend starts to look mighty tasty. Their other friends, a hypochondriac giraffe (David Schwimmer) and a sassy hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith), try their best to think of a solution as the call of the wild slowly turns the starving Alex into Marty's worst nightmare. Meanwhile the hilariously self aggrandising King of the Ocelots (Sacha Cohen) has a plan to use Marty to repel their own carnivore problem. This kid-oriented comedy stays adult-friendly every step of the way thanks to a clever script that mixes New Yorker humour and even some existentialism in with the pratfalls and spit-takes. Jolts of comedic brilliance are supplied by some Arctic-bound escaped con penguins, and a couple of literary apes. It's not a musical, but classic songs from the likes of Louis Armstrong and Sammy Davis Jr. keep the montages flowing loose and sassy.

Commentary with Directors Tom McGrath and Eric Darnell, Mad Trivia Pop-Up, Penguins in a Christmas Caper, Mad Mishaps, Meet the Wild Cast, Behind the Crates, The Tech of Madagascar, Penguin Chat, Enchanted Island, DreamWorks Animation Video Jukebox, 'I Like to Move It, Move It' Music Video, Learn to Draw
Release Date: 06 April 2009
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all
Directed by: Eric Darnell and Tom McGrath

Region B
Sound: Dolby Digital
Production Year: 2005
Main Language: English
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Catalogue No: BSA2077