In the animation world in particular and cinema in general, there is always room for the birds, after the penguins in Happy Feet, the owl in Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’hoole or the crazy bird in The Angry Birds Movie … now it’s time for Choi Choi’s flying wings in Ploey: fly away, do not be afraid. Please read along with Muzu review these memorable birds.
1. Penguins in Penguins of Madagascar
It’s just four extra characters added to add color to the Madagascar series, but the four penguins are so overbearing that they have their own movies. In The Penguins of Madagascar, the four penguins join an elite task force named The North Wind. Along with Classified, they try to stop the evil octopus Dave plotting to kill all the penguins in the world.
2. South American Parrot in two Rio movies
The animated film Rio debuted in 2011 with the protagonist is a South American blue parrot named Blu. In real life, this is one of the most endangered species in the world. In the film, Blu was discovered by a bird researcher and taken to Rio de Jainero hoping to help the species thrive by pairing with Jewel, another green-lipped parakeet. From here the adventure of protecting the species as well as the habitat of his family began to place on the shoulder Blu.
3. Dwarf Guard Family in Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’hoole
Considered to be a fun combination of “Lord of the Rings” and “Star Wars” version … Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole has made many movie fans ” was born in 2010. The noble Tyto, from early childhood, Soren has demonstrated to everyone in the family to see his hidden potential. Intelligent, courageous, and quick learners are leaders, but Soren is deeply immersed in the tales of Ga in his father’s hooligan warriors. In contrast to Soren, his older brother Kludd said it was unrealistic. During the flight, the two brothers are kidnapped to a mysterious kingdom by two evil names Metal Beak and Nyra dominate. Here, Soren discovers a scary plot that Metal Beak and his limbs are creating. With intelligence and courage, he led his friends to escape to fly to the goddess Ga’Hoole, where the true warriors resided. Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole brought a new dimension to the 3-D cartoons when it was fully exploited, especially the flying screen.
4. The lovely Antarctic penguin dance in Happy Feet couple
In a penguin country that values the voice and takes it to class, a bird with a bad singing voice, who only knows and likes to dance like Mumble will become an outcast. Mumble can not find his partner and is quickly expelled from the kingdom. But that was a good thing, because then he found a new country, where the voice is not as important as the ability to dance. Happy Feet brings a cheerful, youthful atmosphere. Busy, fun and lively dance moves can make the audience swing to the melody of the movie. In addition, the film also delivers meaningful and warm messages about family affection, love for couples, a desire to realize dreams and lessons on protecting the environment in Antarctica. Happy Feet won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature in 2006.
5. Crazy Red Birds in The Angry Birds Movie
Since Rovio Entertainment launched its Angry Birds game in 2009, it has become a worldwide phenomenon. But its plot has not been explained until the film’s release. The film follows the fight between the pigs and birds headed by Red, the red bird with the face always scowl with life. The movie is an impressive color performance with explosive, destructive scenes just like in the game and laughter for viewers.
6. Doorman team in Valiant
In the movie Dove Wars, Valiant is a humble pigeon, but Valiant’s dream is not small at all. In this film, he always dreamed of joining the Royal Mailing Diaries. He is always teasing his friends to make the determination to realize his dream. Eventually, he made his way to the Pigeon Ranger training with the other pigeons, including the filthy Bugsy, Lofty who always seemed to be serious and Toughwood was coy.
7. The fight for the city of birds in Zambezia
Kai is a young, energetic eagle with countless great ambitions. One day, he decided to make a trip to the legendary Zambezia – the paradise of birds. Here, Kai is aware of the genetic origin of his species and is almost immediately involved in the mission to safeguard the entire kingdom. However, things are not as smooth as Kai imagined. There are always threats of Kai as well as the great family that he is living with.
8. Surf the windsurfer in Surf’s Up
The main character of Surf’s Up is Cody Maverick (Shia LaBeouf voiced) is very penguin surfing. Although Cody always craves to ride on the waves all day long, like Big Z’s idol. Finally, Cody decides to leave his family in Shiverpool to find his way to Pen Gu Island, the annual surfing venue. In the movie, interesting encounters took place on Cody’s journey.
9.Squadron shipper in Storks
In the world of Storks, the main task of the storks is to bring the babies from the factory to the orders to their parents. This is the only job but it is also very difficult for the stork. At one point, the accident happened, Hunter, the stork, decided to stop shipping the baby to turn into a freight. So the cornerstore.com shipping company was born, became a global sales company with the “shipper” (delivery person) is the stork. Junior, a stork who is about to be inadvertently produced an unwanted baby with Tulip, the only person in cornerstore.com. So Junior and Tulip must quickly solve this problem before the boss found out. Journey is more difficult when junior broken one wing, the Tulip aircraft damaged seriously when falling into the canyon. Not many bad situations bad jokes happened. Especially the segments with the wolf just aggressive just lovely with the ability to transform the utopia.
10. Ploey – You Never Fly Alone
Ploey – the bird born after the late bloom should not be able to fly for winter vacation in late autumn with his family. Ploey and his friend Giron, learn to survive and fight predators to wait for reunion with their families in the spring of next year. Every beginning song was soaked with sweat and laughed out of tears with this lovely bird. Next to the carefully crafted, colorful image of Ploey, Fly To Dread also brings many messages about life, family affection, love, friendship and more than courage scene. Film is a spiritual food for the whole family with content that is easy to understand and sensitive.