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A thrilling adventure for all ages.
An unlikely family film, one that will delight the kids (who see themselves portrayed as heroes) while leaving parents with a lot of explaining to do.
It all plays out more convincingly than it may sound, with McIvor layering in depth, dimension and grace.
It gets over because it had its heart in the right place.
Heartwarming fact-based WWII drama has sad moments.
Despite some flaws, it's great to see an adventurous kids' movie based in Ireland. And of course, it's hard not to appreciate a story about a baby elephant and a kid that loves animals.
Zoo isn't particularly engaging visually, but for young animal lovers, the film's heart-warming story about children saving a baby elephant will be a joy.
Although the film has much to learn in the ways of subtlety and restraint, Zoo has effectively turned the ghastly backdrop of World War II into a fitting setting for a heartwarming, family-friendly film.
Zoo is a film that allows us to watch bravery on display in a time of crisis.
A fine family film that shows the importance of protecting animals.
Kids might identify with the youngster and his attempt at heroism, although the film yanks too aggressively at the heartstrings while lacking subtlety and surprise.
This feels like two separate and very distinct stories being told...
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