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MISSING LYNX (HDNET)

What to know: A billionaire attempts to rescue rare animals from poachers, but the animals must fight for their true freedom and return to their natural habitats.
Recommended age 5-12
101 minutes
DVD
HDNET MOVIES LLC
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The Missing Lynx was produced by Antonio Banderas. You might recognize him as the voice of Puss in Puss in Boots and Shrek. The story starts with a lynx that is in the animal shelter nursing him back to health for another injury. He has been to the shelter 42 times because he keeps hurting himself and he thinks he's bad luck. Forty-two times to the hospital is a pretty much a bad luck lynx. He meets some friends in the shelter. A goat named Beeeeea. A bird which can't fly and a chameleon who can't even camouflage. That is ridicules and also a bit crazy. Then there is also the crazy flamingo who thinks she's a bat! We can't forget to add an eccentric billionaire who has a strange way of getting rich. He talks to animals and starts by talking to race horses to see which one is going to win at the races. He talks to a mole and he find out where to drill for oil. He talks to a fish and finds a lost pirate treasure. Why? Because he wants to put all the endangered animals on a deserted island where they would be safe from humans. However, the animals tell him that they wouldn't be free there and that his plan is bad. So what's the point of being free if they were trapped on a deserted island? That causes the billionaire to rethink his master plan. My favorite part of the movies has to be when the bird gets healed and there is a terrific chase scene between two birds. It's really awesome! Find out who the hunter works for. Age range is between 5 and 10 for the most enjoyment. I give it 4 1/2 twinkling stars. Reviewed by Morgan Bertsch, age 8.
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A billionaire attempts to rescue rare animals from poachers, but the animals must fight for their true freedom and return to their natural habitats.
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