Rio was adorable. Great story line about true friendship, heart and perseverance. Just like so
many other CGI movies, there was kid appropriate humor and just enough that flew over the kids heads, but give parents a giggle. As big a fan as I am of 3D movies, I have to say that didn't lend much to this film. A few flying scenes were cool, but the movie would have been just as good in 2D. The voice talent was great. I loved Will.i.am and Jaime Fox together.
If you are looking for a cute, family friendly movie to enjoy with your kids, Rio is exactly that.
I was amazed by the story. You pull for the students the entire time and are awed by what it takes
to "get" this card counting skill. The brain a person has to have, wow, that part of the story really draws you in. There are a couple twists that suck, but are all part of the story. You can't help but want the students to make a mint. And Vegas, yeah, I'm ready to hop a plane now. There is a scene where the main character is still a little apprehensive about doing this whole thing, then he looks out the window of the plane, catches sight of the strip at night all lit up, and the look on his face is classic and so real.
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