Written July 31, 2014
Really fun! My 3 year old laughed throughout the movie! Most importantly, she stayed in her seat! I enjoyed the movie and would totally take her to see it again!
Written October 04, 2015
To quote my 4 1/2-year-old son while walking out: "Mommy, wasn't that a great movie?!" To be honest, I haven't seen the first two in their entirety, though my son has---he actually didn't care much for the first ones, though we've been watching the Penguins of Madagascar series on Nic and find it very funny. Based on that show, King Julian's love affair with the Russian circus bear (a minor subplot) seemed a little out of character, but it was very sweet if you overlooked that fact. The Furrpower Circus was visually stunning to watch, and there were lots of laughs. One thing that I'd point out if you have smart kids who are sensitive to animal cruelty, the French animal control officer does use her tranquilizer gun a lot, and she talks about cutting the lion's head off with a saw and mounting it on her wall.
Written February 27, 2015
By far the best of the bunch! Even my 67 year old mother was loving it! If you've seen the others, you must see this! Great lesson and heartwarming!
Written May 05, 2015
Fun movie for the family, the ending was the best part. Lots of laughs (could have done without the "Bolshevik"), but the "polka dot Afro" bit was so overplayed before the movie was released that it loses steam in the movie.
Equally as good as the other two Madagascar flicks, but not the best.
Written September 03, 2015
We get to visit our clueless tribe again with another hair brain plan to get back to NYC and despite all the silly inventions, disguises, and a human that just won't quit, we learn what is important to all of us.
Having said that Afro Circus is a very annoying ear worm that I am still hearing in my head