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RIO On DVD

Rio tells the story of Blu, a Spix Macaw who is captured from his native homelands of Brazil at a young age to be domesticated thousand of miles away with his human owner Linda. Available on Blue-ray and DVD August 2! Back to Article

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traana21
traana21 wrote:
2012-11-17 16:39:06 -0800

i liked it

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zoofree
zoofree wrote:
2012-08-22 11:45:02 -0700

i like the music

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stardoll queen
stardoll queen wrote:
2012-07-01 18:08:57 -0700

i saw this like 3 time but its a good and funny
movie smile

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CookieDevil
CookieDevil wrote:
2011-08-02 09:58:17 -0700

:o Rio was really good!

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ray-ray347
ray-ray347 wrote:
2011-07-28 17:23:37 -0700

I LIKE WEN ONE BIRD SAID ;SHOW THEM 2x
how u roll. drop it 2x drop it low drop drop drop it

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.Leah.Renee♥
.Leah.Renee♥ wrote:
2011-07-28 16:54:36 -0700

I Saw This It Was Pretty Awesome(: It's Funny Also. ;D

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pookie132
pookie132 wrote:
2011-07-27 17:23:01 -0700

Some people saw this but I havnt

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Blu-poll

What kind of bird is Blu?

  • Toucan
  • Spix Macaw
  • Sulper Crested Cockatoo
  • Red Crested Cardinal

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