• March 4, 2024

Movie Review: ILLUMINATION’S “MIGRATION”

 Movie Review: ILLUMINATION’S “MIGRATION”

(from left) Pam (Elizabeth Banks), Mack (Kumail Nanjiani) and Dax (Caspar Jennings) in Illumination’s Migration, directed by Benjamin Renner. | Photo Credit: Illumination Entertainment & Universal Pictures

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Movie rating: 5 out of 5 Stars

Migration was a masterfully-produced movie that the entire family will thoroughly enjoy as the Mallard Family, a family of ducks, ventures out of the comfortable routine of their life into an action-packed adventure into the unknown that helps them overcome their fears and open up to a world full of thrilling opportunities.

This “must-see” animated movie presents a well-crafted and fun-filled storyline full of adventure and many laugh-inducing scenes.

As was the case with Illumination’s blockbusters Minions, Despicable Me, Sing and The Secret Life of Pets, Migration’s animation and cinematography were extraordinary.

Ten-year-old movie goer Gavin Walton described Migration as “fun, interesting and hooking. The movie keeps you wondering what is going to happen next.”

Nine-year-old Jeremiah Franklin said the animated-action comedy was “full of funny and entertaining scenes.”

This wholesome and fun—filled holiday film was voiced by a talented ensemble cast including, Kumail Nanjiani, Elizabeth Banks, Awkwafina, Keegan-Michael Key, David Mitchell, Carol Kane, Caspar Jennings, Tresi Gazal and Danny DeVito.

Click HERE for Official Movie Trailer.

Movie Review: ILLUMINATION’S “MIGRATION”

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