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Madagascar 3 :: Europe’s Most Wanted Movie Review

Madagascar 3 :: Europe’s Most Wanted Movie Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jun 11, 2012
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Alex and his animal friends join a circus to escape the evil Agent DuBois. Kidzworld has the movie review of Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted.

The Evil Agent

When the penguins leave them in the wild, Alex and his pals decide to take matters into their own hands. They return to Monaco to collect the penguins before finding a way to get back to their home at the Central Park Zoo in New York City. But when Agent DuBois discovers there’s a lion on the loose, she makes it her mission to capture him. Not to return him to the wild, but to feature his head on her office wall alongside all the other dead animals.

Joining the Circus

Now Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman on are the run for their lives. When their plane crashes, they think all hope is lost. Until they happen upon a traveling circus whose animals reluctantly let them board. With the penguins gambling wins, they purchase the deed to the circus and begin their travels to London, where they hope to impress an American scout.

Low Spirits

But the circus they purchased is lamer than lame. If Alex doesn’t do something to boost their morale, then there’s no chance the American scout will sponsor them. It’s time to make a plan. Fast.

The Bottom Line

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted is the best Madagascar film yet! The characters are funnier and the action is crazier. Definitely see this film in 3D! 

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Movie Rating: 5

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awesomethanyou2
oh my gosh super funny i laughed till my tummy broke recommend to everyone who loves to...
commented: Tue Oct 09, 2012

BRILLIANTBOY_2165443
its too funny
commented: Thu Sep 20, 2012

looneychik34

looneychik34 wrote:

I love that movie
commented: Wed Jun 27, 2012

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