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Furry Vengeance Movie Review

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Furry Vengeance Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on May 02, 2010
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Dan Sanders needs to bulldoze a wildlife preserve to build new houses—but the wildlife has other ideas! Find out who wins the fight in Kidzworld’s movie review of Furry Vengeance!

Dan Sanders needs to bulldoze a wildlife preserve to build new houses—but the wildlife has other ideas! Find out who wins the fight in Kidzworld’s movie review of Furry Vengeance!


Furry Vengeance Movie Rating: 3


Dan Sanders (played by Brandan Fraser) moves his family (Brooke Shields plays his wife and Matt Prokop plays his son) into a new show house in the Oregon wilderness. Dan’s boss hired him to develop the land into a green housing project, but once Dan and his family move in, he finds out plans have changed.


Greener Pastures

Instead of only a year of development, Dan’s boss wants to take four—worst of all, he’s going to destroy the forest to do it! After some soul searching, Dan decides to stay because the money is worth it for his family. What Dan doesn’t count on is a motley group of furry crusaders who’ll protect their woodland home at any cost!


A Painful Lesson

Throughout Furry Vengeance, Dan gets repeatedly sprayed by skunks, stung by swarms of bees, rattled by the ringleader raccoon and just getting an old fashioned beat down from squirrels, opossums and the like. An angry bear even sends him rolling downhill in a locked port-o-potty! Finally, after getting pummeled by the ragtag crew of critters, Dan finally comes to his senses and joins the animals in the fight to save their forest.


The Bottom Line

If you’re not into slapstick, you might want to skip seeing this one in the theatre and wait until Furry Vengeance. comes out on DVD. But if bird poo makes you laugh, get in line. Furry Vengeance has a good underlying message about nature conservation, but it’s clouded by too much skunk spray. If this movie teaches us anything, it’s that Brendan Fraser can take a beating.


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