Written May 31, 2016
I took my 5 and 8 year old to see this. The 3D wasn't over the top and added a nice kick to the film. At some points, the kids were reaching out to the screen to "touch" it. That always makes me smile. The story is sweet. Not a tear-jerker, more of a "go, you can do it" movie. There's a brother character (Paul Giamatti) who isn't so sympathetic, so when he turns around in the end, it feels like it's just because he's gotten on the bandwagon. I know I'm reading too much into an animated film, but I like a good story. The kids will have fun, but it's not Nemo or Toy Story. It's fun and sweet, but not a thrill ride.
Written December 01, 2015
Took my son to see Turbo and we thoroughly enjoyed the movie... While it was a good family movie, it also told a good story of believing in yourself and following your dreams.... Highly recommend Turbo,,,,
Written July 26, 2016
I didn't really enjoy the movie. It was so far fetched and long, but my nephews loved it and that's the main reason I went was to treat them to a movie they wanted to see. One of them told me it was the best movie he ever saw. I didn't think that at all, but it's definitely a young kids movie.
Written July 19, 2013
I guess the best review I can give is from my grandchildren, who said "this is the best movie we saw this summer" And we have been to see Epic, Monster University, and Despicable Me 2. We all loved it.
Written January 30, 2015
loved it -- loved the 2 different "brothers" stories. I always like those "your dream is too big" movies, and this one didn't disappoint. Sam Jackson was right on!