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Zookeeper Movie Review

Zookeeper Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jul 08, 2011
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Kevin James stars in Zookeeper, a hilarious movie about true love and talking zoo animals. Zookeeper hit theatres on July 8, 2011. Check out Kidzworld's movie review for Zookeeper!

Love Of His Life

Five years ago, Griffin (Kevin James) proposed to Stephanie, the love of his life. But Stephanie couldn’t get over the fact that Griffin was just a zookeeper. She always thought he’d grow into the man of her dreams - a big-wig with cash to spare who could keep up with her and her modeling career.

Five Years Later

Now, Griffin has been promoted to Lead Zookeeper and he enjoys his job at the zoo. But when Stephanie shows up at Griffin’s brother’s engagement party, Griffin’s feelings for her come flooding back. Even though Stephanie has an on-again, off-again jerk-of-a-boyfriend, Griffin is determined to win her back.

Talking Animals

When the zoo animals overhear Stephanie saying that she still has feelings for Griffin, they try to help him. But when their first attempts don’t work, the animals are left with no other choice but to reveal themselves - they can talk! At first, Griffin thinks he’s going crazy. But soon he develops friendships with the animals and takes their dating advice.

Jealousy & Sparks

At his brother’s wedding, Griffin invites Kate (Rosario Dawson), the animal doctor at the zoo, as his date. Their plan to make Stephanie jealous works perfectly. But over the course of the night, Kate and Griffin realize that they might have feelings for each other. Griffin must choose between the girl he always thought he wanted, and the perfect girl for him.

The Bottom Line

Zookeeper offers classic Kevin James comedy that will have you laughing every few minutes. The movie is heartfelt and hilarious. And the talking animals are extremely realistic. If you’re looking for a good laugh for the entire family, this is the perfect movie for you.

Zookeeper Movie Trailer

Zookeeper Rating: 5

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kekemomo123

kekemomo123 wrote:

cool
commented: Wed Jun 26, 2013

karli 5800

karli 5800 wrote:

omg i love this movie is soooo funny :) :) :)
commented: Sat Jan 07, 2012

Its Me AleX

Its Me AleX wrote:

i loved this movie xP
commented: Fri Jan 06, 2012

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