Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Reviews
Although the cost and humor is found, the film reach the level of the previous sections.
Nonetheless, the film is more explosions, destruction and reckless driving,.
Madagascar 3 was a fun and enjoyable movie with jokes for the whole family to laugh at.
We quickly get thrown into an adventure and it is expected that we already are familiar with the main characters. This means that there are no real character introductions, or development, so I suggest that you've watched at least the first Madagascar movie before watching this one.
As you can expect from DreamWorks, this was a beautifully animated movie. It also had a lot of unexpected lines (sometimes borderline controversial) which made it even more fun to watch as a teenage/older audience. The plot is very exciting; I mean who wouldn't want to travel around the world with a circus? There is also some tension, as they are followed by an evil captain (also called "Crazy woman") who's looking to hunt them down to get Alex the lion's head on her office wall.
Not everything in this movie makes sense, but in most cases this is totally fine. After all it's an animated kid's movie, everything is not supposed to be making sense. It was a very fun and easy-to-watch film, and I would watch it again with my family. I would even go as far as to rate it the highest out of the Madagascar films, and I would recommend it to most people!