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In Las Vegas, the regenerated ex-con Jack Bruno (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) works as taxi driver. During an UFO Convention at Planet Hollywood, the skeptical Jack picks up Dr. Alex Friedman (Carla Gugino), who will present a scientific lecture in the event. Then he is pressed by two henchmen of his former boss, the criminal Wolff, that wants to talk to him, but Jack does not want to return to the crime life. Jack fights and gets rid of them; out of the blue, he finds two teenagers on the backseat of his cab. They tell that they are siblings, Sara (AnnaSophia Robb) and Seth (Alexander Ludwig), and they need to travel to a location outside Las Vegas in the middle of nowhere. Meanwhile the government finds a spacecraft that crashed nearby Las Vegas and is chasing the two aliens; after the investigation of the men of Henry Burke (Ciaran Hinds), they discover that the two siblings are the aliens. Jack Bruno, Sara and Seth are chased by Henry Burke's team and by the "Syphon", a killer from outer space that has been sent to kill them by the military of their planet that want to invade Earth. Sara and Seth explain that they traveled to Earth to collect scientific data of an experiment and save Earth from invasion, but they need to return immediately to their planet. Jack teams up with Dr. Alex to retrieve their spacecraft in a secret base in the Witch Mountain."Race to Witch Mountain" is a typical movie from Disney, i.e., a delightful family entertainment. The story is predictable and uses the usual clichés of the genre, with the heart-warming hero; the despicable villain; the chase and the car race; the corny conclusion after the first contact; despite of that, I liked "Race to Witch Mountain" a lot. The pleasant cast performs enjoyable characters, and I particularly like The Rock, AnnaSophia Robb and Carla Gugino very much; only the boy Alexander Ludwig is unknown for me. I do not understand why some masochistic viewers that do not like this type of movie waste their time watching them and then write bad reviews; what would they expect? My vote is seven.Title (Brazil): "A Montanha Enfeitiçada" ("The Bewitched Mountain")
Theo (Ryan Reynolds) is a snail who dreams of going fast. Then one night, he gets sucked into the engine of a drag racer. He ingests some nitrous and gains the superpowers of a car. When his brother Chet (Paul Giamatti) gets taken by crows, he goes to rescue him. Tito the tacos guy captures the brothers and puts them into a snail racing circuit. Theo blows the rest of the snails away and takes on the name Turbo. Tito scrounges up $20k and enters Turbo into the Indy 500.The colors are bright, it's loud, the snails look fun, and the concept is cute. The kids will like this. They even put in an auto tune viral video. The racing snails gang has some fun voice work. The movie drags in a few spots. The human characters aren't quite as much fun. Whenever the snail gang gets on the screen, there is bound to be a few laughs. This is certainly flashy enough for the kids.
I wouldn't say "Turbo" is among my very favorite animation films (from 2013, Epic is easily my favorite still), but it's impressive how the genre is on such a high right now that even the lesser popular films like this one still guarantee a really entertaining time at the cinema. "Turbo" centers on a little snail that constantly dreams of becoming a race driver and win the Indy 500 one day. One day, he gets into an accident and from that moment on can not only listen to the current radio coverage, but reaches velocities that make Speedy Gonzalez look like the snail. The very first sequence with the animators visually tricking us into believing Turbo already wins the race was a pretty good introduction to the film and character. Seriously, I don't think you could transform the "lame snail into speed rush"-metaphor any better than this was handled here. The "motor house" was a nice component too.The film feels very thought-through down to the smallest details. The protagonist is pretty much the only orange snail, which clearly helps in identifying him in scenes with dozens of snails in all shapes and colors depicted and I also liked the parallel between the two snail brothers and the taco selling brothers. On a side note, animated tacos have never looked better. I really wanted one too. Nonetheless I have to say that the moment they entered the picture the film got slightly worse till the final race sequences. None of the supporting characters were really memorable here, especially the other turbo snakes which I personally found the weakest point of the film. Turbo's interactions with his people and the race at the end were much more interesting than the chase sequence of who gets there first for example. Same can be said about the other vendors near the taco store. Kinda insignificant and they weren't particularly funny either, like when the grandma attacked the famous driver champion towards the end. The movie applies some of the successful plot points from earlier animated films, the relationship between the title character and Guy-Gagné reminded me a bit of the one between Fredricksen and Muntz from "Up", with a previous idol becoming the main villain who even goes after the hero's life at one point. The little boy who loved cracking snails reminded me a bit of the evil kid from Toy Story, although his character wasn't by far as major as the toy torturer."Turbo" is a decent overall effort from David Soren and after directing two Madagascar short films, including the pretty funny Christmas special, he has proved that he is also a capable choice for the big screen. It runs for slightly over 90 minutes and comes from the writers behind "Shrek Forever After" and "The Wrestler" (that's right!). It's primarily aimed at younger audiences, but most of the grown-ups (including myself) had a pretty good time watching it as well. Occasionally, there were sequences of birds randomly catching snails for food, but it's neither particularly graphic nor bad to an extent that it could harm children. It's just evolution in the world of animals. It's 90 entertaining minutes that feature some good music occasionally too. The way they used Tom Jones' "What's New Pussycat" and Queen's "We Are The Champions" was good, the scene with Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" was even pretty great and a feast for eyes and ears. The ending was delightful and conveyed a nice message of how we don't need superpowers, at least not on the final meters, to make our seemingly impossible dreams come true. A film worth watching and I'm curious about Soren's next projects.
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