Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Furry Vengeance Review (Updated)











Furry Vengeance


Release Date: 1st April 2010 - Australia


Production Companies
Summit Entertainment (presents)
Participant Media (presents)
Imagenation Abu Dhabi FZ (in association with)
Robert Simonds Productions
Furry Vengeance Productions
(Uncredited)


Genre: Comedy

Rating: PG

Runtime: 92 minutes


Budget: $35,000,000

Box Office Gross: $36,236,710
(Worldwide)


Plot Summary
Ambitious young real-estate
developer Dan Sanders
faces off with a band of
angry animals when his new
housing subdivision pushes
too far into a pristine part
of the wilderness. Led by
an incredibly clever raccoon,
the animals stymie the
development and teach our
hero about the environmental
consequences of man's
encroachment on nature.


Cast
Brendan Fraser - Dan Sanders
Brooke Shields - Tammy Sanders
Matt Prokop - Tyler Sanders
Angela Kinsey - Felder
Skyler Samuels - Amber
Ricky Garcia - Frank
Ken Jeong - Neal Lyman
Wallace Shawn - Dr. Christian Burr
Alice Drummond - Mrs. Martin
Dee Bradley Baker - Animal
Vocal Effects

Crew
Director - Roger Kumble
Writers - Michael Carnes &
Josh Gilbert
Producers - Keith Goldberg
& Robert Simonds
Director of Photography -
Peter Lyons Collister
Head Trainer - Ken Beggs
Film Editor - Lawrence Jordan
Music - Ed Shearmur


Review
FURRY VENGEANCE was a pretty funny movie with an environmental plot featuring cheeky and mischievous animals. I feel Brendan Fraser was well-suited to this role due to his comedic style, he brought a natural humour and gut-busting hilarity to the screen. The only parts I criticise in the movie are the speech bubbles which this gives a movie an artificial feeling. This might have been better if it had subtitles or if the animals could speak like they do in DR. DOLITTLE.

Other than these criticisms, I feel this movie was a fun enjoyable movie for all the family.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie


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