A young reindeer who suffers from vertigo learns to overcome his fear, takes flying lessons from a clumsy flying squirrel and heads to the North pole to save a troubled Santa and his fleet of flying reindeer.
At the height of World War II, a tiny wood pigeon enlists in the elite Royal Homing Pigeon Service to serve Britain, as the fearsome General Von Talon and his deadly squadron of falcons patrol the English Channel. Is he a war-hero in the making?
Except when there's people around, the mysterious woods of Cecebre resound with the conversation of the various animals and even the oaks, chestnuts, birches and weeping willows. But men ... See full summary »
Ángel de la Cruz,
This is the story of a little robot known as Pinocchio 3000 whose greatest wish is to become a real boy. The year is 3000. Geppetto, with the help of his faithful assistant, Spencer the ... See full summary »
The song "Space Between Bodies", part of which we hear at the beginning of the film over the truck's radio, is sung by Lúa Ríos, the lead singer of We Are Balboa, who is also the sensual voice of Lynxette in the original English version of the film. See more »
They got you a girlfriend!
Don't be stupid. How's she gonna be my girlfriend if i don't even know her?
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During the end credits there's a scene involving Newmann. See more »
The Least Impressive Animated Feature I've Seen In A Long Time
Ripping off the biblical story of Noah and the Ark, "The Missing Lynx" tells the tale of a group of animals trying to outwit a rich man named Noah and the hunter he hires to capture them and put them on a huge ship to save their species from extinction. Essentially, this was lacking on virtually every front. The animation of the characters was of poor quality by today's standards, the story itself failed to hold either my attention or my 6 year old daughter's (she was sound asleep long before it was over and I was asleep on and off throughout) and it was almost completely lacking in what I would think is essential in any children's movie - charm. The characters aren't at all memorable, and also unlike virtually every other children's movie, there are absolutely no memorable musical pieces. It doesn't come close to rivalling any of the animated features that have become so common in recent years.
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