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The Madagascar Penguins In A Christmas Caper [review]

November 25, 2007

The crazy penguins from Madagascar are back with their own short movie. This was made after Madagascar the movie in 2005.

This story narrates the Christmas in the zoo, where everyone is celebrating except the polar bear. Private is concern and wants to give him a gift, but the others doesn’t approve and wants to celebrate alone.

Private is determined and journeyed off solo to find a perfect gift for the polar bear. He wandered off to the streets of New York and strayed at a little stall by the road side. A crappy old lady (which BTW, was the lady who used her handbag to smack Alex the lion’s face in Madagascar) mistook him for a squeaky toy and bought him for her violent poodle, Mr Chew.

The other three penguins eventually comes to his rescue, as their creed goes, “Never swim alone.” The penguins go to lengths to get Private out of the hotel room, and was attacked by Mr Chew, unknown to the lady, who was watching wrestling on TV. With clever planning by Kowalski, Skipper’s leadership skills and Rico’s bomb, they escaped with the old lady blaming Mr Chew for the destruction of the room.

They headed back to the zoo and the polar bear was invited over for Christmas, and so was the rest of the zoo, much to the annoyance of Skipper.

Definitely a great and fun Christmas movie! It’s so hilarious your stomach will hurt afterwards. The funniest part has to be when the penguins disguised as sisters. (sisters wear black and white, thus the idea) 😄

And what better way to end the movie than with a Christmas song? 🙂

Jingle bells, monkey smells,
Melman laid an egg,
Marty thinks that Alex stinks,
and camels say ‘Oy Hey!’

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3 comments

  1. Looks funny. I wanna watch!



  2. Generally I do not post on blogs, but I would like to say that this post really forced me to do so, Excellent post!

    I’m Out! 🙂



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