Outback

2012

Animation / Adventure

140
IMDb Rating 4.6

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Lielle Tova Blinkoff as Little Girl
Tim Curry as Blacktooth
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1hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by susie1-626-882372 7 / 10

Definitely worth watching

Yes the accents were a bit over the top, yes some of the places were mispronounced, but my two year old Grand Daughter did not mind she thought it was great, and I thought it was good as well as I had to sit through it to the end, kids don't care about accents or mispronounced places they like the animals and the story and I believe they did a pretty good job to keep my Grand Daughter quiet for an hour or so.

It's not Crocodile Dundee at work here it's children's entertainment and should be viewed for what it is, a very good story and very underrated at that.

I think most Aussies would give it a fair go, my family did and we are Aussies I give it a 7 out 10 as well.

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 5 / 10

Great animated movie for the children...

"The Outback" was an enjoyable animated movie, although it just didn't really become all that it could have been. As such, then it was a watchable and enjoyable movie, albeit mediocre in story.

The story in "The Outback" is about an albino koala named Johnny (voiced by Rob Schneider) who wants nothing more than to fit in and be like everybody else. He meets up with the Tasmanian devil Hamish (voiced by Bret McKenzie) and a photographer monkey named Higgins (voiced by Frank Welker). As the carnival they work in has packed up and travel to a new city, the threesome's wagon becomes unhooked and they get left behind. They start off through the Australian outback in order to catch up with the carnival, but get caught up in a conflict between a crocodile and his dingo goons and the residents of a billabong.

Storywise, then "The Outback" was fairly enjoyable. Mind you, it wasn't spectacular or overly inventive. But still, it was a good watch for the entertainment that it was. However, "The Outback" is not one of those animated movies that will have you dazzled and blown away in awe.

The voice acting is adequate, although the dialects were a little bit overdone at times. But they had some nice enough people on the cast list for voicing the various characters. It was especially nice to have Tim Curry voicing a character as well.

"The Outback" is great fun for the children, but as it goes for entertaining adults, then the movie is good enough for a single watching, because it just doesn't offer enough depth or have enough leverage to withstand multiple viewings by adults - for children, it is a whole other matter, as the storyline is fun and the characters are cute.

Reviewed by DirectorRE 4 / 10

Maybe worth watching for younger children only

Wait for the DVD. This is likely one of those movies you could leave a six year old in front of the TV to enjoy some of the characters and scenery and go and do something else yourself. My just turned teen daughter loves most animated movies. Unfortunately 15 minutes was all that could be tolerated of this one. There are some well known voices behind the characters, unfortunately it's not just voices that are required to develop a decent character. Perhaps the Korean director could make a movie about a part of the world he has actually seen, as The Australian Outback resembles little to what is portrayed in the movie. We were left dis-appointed in what could have been a good movie.

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