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Penelope Ann Miller,
Jake is a young boy from the village of Shilow located east Mediterranean Sea. His life with his family is ideal. They dance, bake bread, take care of their animals and they are far from any danger. Until one day the Giants who have lost their seacoast castles come knocking and kidnap nearly the entire village. Jake manages to evade capture and with his twin sister Joanie and dog Waldo he sets out to rescue his family. Along the way he encounters a magical Bird, a wise owl and a group of Beavers who aid him and advise him on how to find Giant Mountain and rescue those he loves. There are plenty of uplifting songs and there is plenty of action.Written by
We are thankful to be part of Jake and the Giants. It is hard to find an animated film that draws on so much from other delightful children's classic stories; with flying monkeys reminiscent of Wizard of Oz, a dead tree that comes to live inspired by Jack and the Beanstalk, Giants who only wish to serve themselves like Alladin and young children who must overcome adversity in a world that is much bigger and scarier than anyone could have ever imagined like Lord of the Rings. If you get a chance to see this film be sure to stay for the end credits full of wonderful songs recorded by Europe's top remix DJ Reyer. This is a film for children of all ages, as long as you have kept your child's heart.
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