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FURRY VENGEANCE

What to know: Sometimes, four legs are better than two.
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Recommended age 5-12
91 minutes
DVD
SUMMIT ENTERTAINMENT
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"Some parts were inappropriate, the use of the port-a-potty and guns, but otherwise it was really funny." "It was so funny, it made me giggle." They liked when the skunks hid out in Dan's car and laughed out loud when he had to take a tomato bath to get rid of the smell. Kids laughed and yelled back at the film. "This movie made me learn that if you build homes in the forest then there won't be any homes for the forest animals. If you relocate them, it's mean to them and they will get homesick for their old home." "This movie made me think that animals have feelings too."
A fun and entertaining movie with a good lesson for all. Dan, a husband and father, has moved his family to the forest to begin development of a new housing project. Despite the unhappiness of his family, he is determined to impress his boss. Dan has to choose to follow his boss and the lies and schemes he promotes, or listen to his family and stand up for the right thing. Using real life animals for most of the film and seeing them act was quite amazing. The forest animals bring humor to the film, like when the raccoon has the bear sneak up on Dan while he checks his trap, or when the woodpecker follows Dan around the house pecking at the windows. This film is about concern for forest animals, but also about second chances.
Sometimes, four legs are better than two. Dan just moved his wife and son to the woods to take a new job with a supposedly eco-friendly housing development. But the fur--and Dan's temper--is sure to fly when the local critters learn of the bleak plans for their forest home and stop at nothing to halt Furry Vengeance (c) 2010 FV Finance, LLC. Artwork & Supplementary Materials (c) 2010 Summit Entertainment, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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