Senin, 11 Juni 2012
Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted
As can be described in the title, Alex (Ben Stiller), Marty (Chris Rock), Melman (David Schwimmer) and Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith) is now preparing to continue their adventures on the continent of Europe. Adventure - as always - happen by accident itself occurred because they intend to pursue a flock of penguins that have been set in advance to Monte Carlo, Monaco, to then continue the journey and returned to New York, United States. The existence of a group of animals in the middle of the city created a panic, of course, at once attracted the attention pagawai Animal Quarantine Institute, Captain Chantel DuBois (Frances McDormand), who then collects the determination to be able to paralyze the animals.
Had experienced the chase, Alex and his friends then managed to escape after they joined a circus group that will perform a show in Rome, Italy and London, England at the same time trying to find a promoter to their first show in New York, United States. Although initially only use the circus as a means to return to New York, United States, however, slowly, Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria began to feel that the circus was the home and family that they had been looking for. Meanwhile, Captain Chantel DuBois and his men did not simply remain silent and began making plans to catch Alex and his friends.
In an era where animated films are now beginning to move into a dish that can easily be enjoyed by the audience with an adult - but still did not leave the entertainment to the audience his youth - Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted it comes to script a story that seems oriented for full The young audience - which is quite surprising in view of Noah Baumbach's involvement in the writing of this screenplay. Comedies are presented fairly shallow, only to repeat the various formulas that have been used in the previous series, and mostly just use the scene of the characters argue with each other and screaming at each other to produce the elements of comedy. And it feels so strong since the beginning of the film narrative.
Admittedly, when compared to other animated films are still trying to show his character in a story that looks realistic, Madagascar franchise storyline feels more loose in its efforts to present entertainment elements. And in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, the duo of screenwriter Eric Darnell and Noah Baumbach even seem to be given a chance as possible to develop their imagination in generating laughter, including by presenting scenes that really does not make sense though - even for an animated film . In most part, this is done to allow the creation of a row of colorful scenes and can take advantage of 3D technology to its full potential. Visually is satisfactory, but still it will make some viewers feel left out.
In addition to script a story that contains a row of a comedy that was so dry, the characters are present in the film is also presented with so shallow. In addition to the old characters that may have been familiar to the audience, none among the new characters are presented with strong characterization. Coupled with a considerable amount, the characters in the story script Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted just feels like a complementary factor when compared to the visual appearance of this film. Simply put, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted made with the intention to present a stunning visual display - and awesome in 3D - but regardless of presenting offerings to the story and interesting characters. Superficially, it is not funny and very boring.
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