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Plot: June, an optimistic, imaginative girl, discovers an incredible amusement park called Wonderland hidden in the woods. The park is full of fantastical rides and talking, funny animals - only the park is in disarray. June soon discovers the park came from her imagination and she's the only one who can… Runtime: 85 min Release Date: 15 Mar 2019
Not just beautiful also intellectual/intelligent. (by aramthilak)
This movie is not like other animations. It is beautiful, colorful and cheery. It also has some interesting existential and intelligent parts that is applicable to both kids and growing adults. The ideals of the movie defines how animation movies should be rather than just having slapstick comedies stuffed on your face. There was still some places where the movie could have become legendary.
Please actually read those bad reviews and make real reviews for this spectacular movie (by awsomemegas)
So first off this movie is just amazing. It had me laughing, crying and just filled with emotion and investment throughout the whole movie.You will notice an unfortunatly large amount of negative reviews about this movie and I have to say please moderate the ones you know have no thought in them.The ones I speak of are every single one that only says "this movie is sad. My kid didn't like it. Not for under 6."OF COURSE IT'S NOT!So for parents. Here's the thing, judge movies you wanna show your kids based on how you wanna raise them but please think before you simply just <more>
say something that has absolutely no actual thought behind it as it does impact the enjoyment older kids get from studios endeavors.This is the first non SpongeBob ugh nickelodeon movie in decades. An original ip that came out of nowhere. Think very carefully about that. The reason is because SpongeBob is known, "safe" even though it clearly isn't smart for the most part after its first half of seasons, and parents just don't want to think too hard about what their kids see.This. Is. A. Horrible way to watch movies for ANYONE! Not just kids. You can not care what you watch but kids need stimulating thought provoking innovative ideas that will carry them through the world they have to navigate and learn about. So being sad is an emotion of which kids feel and need to feel and discuss with you a parent in order to grow.So where does that leave this movie? Mixed honestly. Someone like me loved it for it's imagination, it's heart, the main character and her drive to invent, create and ultimately rediscover why it's important to do so after something that happens to bury those feelings.The mixed part comes into play when you as an older person who knows how to analyze movies and characters. The message of the movie can be confusing. This is purely a matter of perspective so I can only give mine and if someone disagrees then they are free too. Just don't say "it's stupid cause it's sad and I don't wanna watch sad things with my kid's". To which I say, here's a happy meal, your hamster ball and a wall with no paint. I'd let you watch the paint dry but we wouldn't wanna get too exciting or dare I say...... CREATIVE!The inventions in this movie are an absolute pleasure to see come to life. And I don't mean literally either even though that's also fun. I mean to see a child think of these wonderful ideas and be encouraged by their parents to think of even greater more fun ways to look at them even if the kid thinks you as the smarter parent could probably come up with something better. It's how it should be since the child is taught that their ideas matter and they are important to express in only words they can say.Overall without spoiling too much I will say you will enjoy this movie if you are looking for a character that is strong, creative and finds out why it's important to be that way.If you aren't then that's ok. There are plenty of fine movies you can watch. Just make sure that they have heart and don't always play it safe. A Disney movie can be scary and that's good. A nickelodeon movie can be sad and that's ok. A warner bros movie can have crazy amounts of creativity. All movies can have inappropriate humor if you py attention to what they sneak in. Nothing is meant to be sacred and nothing is truly safe. Take a chance, have fun and explore. Your heart will thank you for it.
Best animation for All family! (by egurenko-47168)
Full of happiness, wisdom, humor, kind emotions, harmony, good balance between entertainment and something can teach you and your child. In case somebody didn't find it interesting may be someone lost child inside? It's a pity if so... Enjoy and try find Child inside of yourself :-
Wonder Park Review (by margulanabutrlov)
The central character in Wonder Park is an 8-year-old girl who nearly destroys her neighborhood with a homemade roller coaster and whose mother is desperately ill. Did I mention that it's an animated film geared to kiddies? This Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Movies production seeks to deliver an inspirational message about the power of imagination. But like so many animated movies these days, it buries its ideas in a visual and aural cacophony of frenzied action sequences designed to engage the shortest of attention spans. It also features a gallery of would-be adorable animal <more>
characters so obviously designed to fly off toy store shelves that you expect the merchandise to be on sale in the theater lobby. As is also usual these days, an overqualified cast of well-known performers has been recruited to provide the voices, even though the young target audience is unlikely to care that the little girl's parents are played by Jennifer Garner and Matthew Broderick. The animal characters are given life by more distinctive voices including Kenan Thompson and Ken Jeong, although when you hear John Oliver as a British-accented porcupine, you almost expect the little critter to launch into a deep-dive monologue about net neutrality or immigration reform. The little girl, June, is voiced by Brianna Denski. The young actress reportedly beat out 1,500 others for the role. A whiz at math, June has created an imaginary theme park, dubbed Wonderland, populated by characters inspired by her stuffed animals. They include chimpanzee impresario Peanut two-time Tony Award winner Norbert Leo Butz, infusing his exuberant performance with welcome theatricality ; Boomer Ken Hudson Campbell , a bear who welcomes visitors; Steve Oliver , a porcupine in charge of park safety; Greta Mila Kunis , the boar on whom Steve has a helpless crush; and Cooper Jeong and Gus Thompson , the beavers who handle maintenance. After June's mom is forced to leave home to seek treatment what is it with the apparent desire of animated film creators to traumatize their young audiences? , June bitterly burns the meticulous blueprints for Wonderland and reluctantly heads off to math camp. But she runs away almost immediately, and while wandering in the woods encounters a real-life version of her imaginary theme park. But all is not well in Wonderland, and it's not only because the park's name was presumably too evocative of Alice in Wonderland to provide the film's title you'd think someone would have thought of that at some point during production . It seems that Peanut has gone missing and a mysterious darkness has descended on the park, which has also been invaded by a horde of "chimpanzombies," who are about as appealing as they sound. June resolves to save the park, with predictable and increasingly tiresome mayhem-filled set pieces ensuing. Featuring unappealing, prosaic CGI animation, the pic is strictly geared toward very young, undiscriminating tastes despite the frequent inclusion of adult-targeted lines of dialogue such as the bear explaining, "I started to make mushroom calzones" and another creature lamenting his "existential crisis."
I don't even care what the reviews say, this is the best movie in my entire life! Can't wait for the show to air on Nickelodeon!
With Kids Imagination (by ShelbyTMItchell)
June is the main character and she creates a world named Wonder Park with help of her imagination and mother, who becomes ill and has to go away for treatment. Along with her friends. She becomes depressed after her mother does not yet return and has to go to math camp despite her doting father sending her off. But she begins to realize after she receives something after getting mad after relatives came over in her time of need, that she realizes the Wonder Park she envisioned is real. But unfortunately bad times have happened and one of the people she imagined, Peanut the Monkey that is <more>
taken by Wonder Chip Monkey toys that have been out of control over on the park. As she must help the other animals rescue Peanut, Cheerful big bear Boomer, Greta a boar that is a traffic cop like, Gus and Cooper twin beaver brothers, and porcupine Steve who has a crush on Greta. Return Wonder Land to it's cheerful place before the Wonder Chip Monkeys ruin it forever. As a kid you have a wild imaginations. We were kids at one point. Cute and funny.
Touching and Magical Adventure Filled with Action, Humor and Heart (by rannynm)
Wonder Park, written by Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec, is a touching film and a magical adventure. It is filled with action, humor and heartfelt moments that make it enjoyable. The movie is all about the power of love and imagination. It is a wild ride of fun.The movie tells the story of a young girl, June Bailey, Sofia Mali and Brianna Denski . She is very imaginative and adventurous, which shows throughout the movie. She and her mom Jennifer Garner have a very close relationship. Together they invent a theme park called Wonderland, based on figments from June's imagination. It is a <more>
whimsical place filled with exciting rides and attractions, such as a flying fish carousel and crazy roller coasters. The park has great characters like Boomer, the narcoleptic bear and Steve, a gentle porcupine. There is also Greta, a feisty hog and a beaver Cooper played by the hilarious Ken Jeong. My favorite character is the monkey Peanut Norbert Leo Butz , the leader of the park. He is such an endearing character. When June's love for the park is tested, the magic of what she and her mom created begins to disappear. It's up to June to save the park and herself.The plot is creative. I like the animation and the magical looking effects. I love the vision of the park and the details that capture the theme of a child's mind. All of the areas of the park are vibrant and unique. I love the bendy straw slide and the balloon cove. The scenes match the mood of what occurs in the storyline. One of my favorite parts is when June first comes to Wonderland and sees that her creations are real.The movie has some emotional moments between June and her mother. We see how June goes from being a happy-go-lucky kid to a sad little girl. We watch her love for the park fade away. However, we see her get her shine back. It is a great story about relationships and the importance of imagination and always believing.I rate this film 4 out 5 stars and recommend it for ages 3 to 13, as well as the entire family.Reviewed by Jordan M., KIDS FIRST! Film Critics. For more reviews by youth, visit kidsfirst.org
Deeper than the previews suggest... Parents should know (by downthehobbitholeblog)
A sweet movie, far deeper and more entertaining than the previews suggest. Parents should know that they discuss parents getting sick. June, a wonderful girl full of imagination, discovers an incredible amusement park called Wonderland hidden in the woods, however the park is in disarray, due to the darkness. Can she and the animals fix everything? We loved this movie and the emphasis on the importance of imagination. Check out our family review and discussion questions on Down The Hobbit Hole Blog dot com.
A wonder of imagination (by DarkVulcan29)
A well written animated film, tries to make us remember the wonder of our imagination. And what it was like going to a popular amusement park, like Disney World and Six Flags. I like the animation, although the story is fun, but nothing real special. I do like the characters, they really come alive. Scenes of the Wonder Park are amazingly well drawn. Actors doing the voices are good too. This is a good film to take your family to see, but it's a film you could only see one time, that is my opinion, but a kid could enjoy this many times more.