April 15, 2024
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Migration

Migration

Odd ducks welcome.

20231 h 23 min
Overview

After a migrating duck family alights on their pond with thrilling tales of far-flung places, the Mallard family embarks on a family road trip, from New England, to New York City, to tropical Jamaica.

Metadata
Director Benjamin Renner
Runtime 1 h 23 min
Release Date 6 December 2023
Title Migration
Details
Movie Media Blu-ray
Movie Status Available
Movie Rating Excellent
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Introduction

Mack Mallard and his family have always lived a quiet life at their home next to the pond. Mack is content with his life and enjoys not having to worry about predators and just living his quiet life. However, when a group of migrating ducks ask Mack’s family if they want to migrate with them to Jamaica, Mack’s family tries to convince Mack to take them. Terrified of all the things that could happen, Mack immediately rejects the idea. However, after some persuasion, Mack decides to take his family on their craziest adventure yet.

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Mack wants to protect his family at all cost. At the beginning of the film, Mack is mostly terrified of all the things that could happen to him or his family. However, as the film progresses Mack begins to learn how to be brave and be a better husband and father. This is a great lesson for kids to learn that they don’t always have to be scared and they can learn how to be brave and stand up for the ones they love.

Mack’s wife, Pam, supports her husband and wants to help him in any way she can. We see the two working together when in a sticky situation which is great to see. Mack’s kids, Dax and Gwen, do their best to help their parents when they are in trouble.

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At the beginning of the film, Mack is telling his children a scary bedtime story to scare them from ever leaving the pond they live at. However it is mostly played for laughs. A bird is run over by a car multiple times. The chef, the villain of the film, is seen with a switch blade in multiple scenes. In one scene the ducks are worried a heron is going to eat them and they talk about it a few times.

Dax has a crush on a female bird. His sister says two remarks that are suggestive (“Sorry you can’t have babies with her” and “He keeps saying your name in his sleep.”). Gwen mentions she needs to take a potty break when her parents try to convince her to just do it in the sky but Gwen wants to make sure no one looks.

There is no drug or alcohol content in this film.

There is no profanity in this film.

Conclusion

Overall, Migration has a great lesson about being brave and helping your parents when they need help. The film has a great story and is entertaining for the entire family. There are some funny jokes that are delivered perfectly. The film is a great pick for the entire family and is much better than many of the films being released for kids to watch today. I highly reccomend you check this film out for your next family movie night!

Purchase the film below:

Migration | DVD

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