Movie Review: Turbo


Release Date: July 17th 2013
Studio: Dreamworks
Director: David Soren
Main Cast: Ryan Reynolds (Turbo), Paul Giamatti (Chet), Samuel L. Jackson (Whiplash), Michael Peña (Tito), Luis Guzmán (Angelo), See full cast HERE
Screenwriter: Darren Lemke, Robert D. Siegel, David Soren
Genre: Animation | Family
MPAA Rating: Rated PG for some mild action and thematic elements
Official Website: Turbo Official Dreamworks Movie Site

Storyline: A freak accident might just help an everyday garden snail achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500.

Vroom, Vroom! That’s Turbo coming in fast and hard to all theaters today! Turbo (Ryan Reynolds) will win you over with his strong spirit and never giving up determination. What I adored about Turbo the movie in whole is that it will show all those who watch it that you never give up on your dreams. That might not happen over night or fall in your lap, but if you keep trying, you will eventually get there. Then with that message, add the vivid movie that Turbo is and it will take the gold medal. A movie that can be seen by the whole family, so take the kids and grandparents plus anyone in between. Everyone will be glued to their seats laughing and gasping throughout the whole film.

When I went to screen Turbo, I took along my boys and their friends. So 4 boys ages 6-11 years old thoroughly enjoyed watching Turbo and we saw it in 3-D. I asked each one of them individually what they thought of the movie and they said it was awesome, funny, hilarious, colorful and great music. Some of their favorites scenes were when the snails did a music video type scene, the race at the end with Turbo and just the taco truck in general. As a group they said the whole movie was just awesome from start to finish and they wanted to watch it again. As a parent and movie lover, I would watch Turbo again in theaters. When the DVD comes out for sale I will be buying a copy as well. Where does Turbo rank amongst past animation films such as The Lion King, Cars, Epic and Toy Story? It might not become a classic like The Lion King, but I’m sure it will become a household name for a while.

So for all those kids on summer break and the parents pulling their hair out, ready for them to go back to school already, I recommend that you catch Turbo in theaters before it speeds away. You will enjoy the action, humor and storyline.

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