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Ferdinand


The best part of having a 4 year old grandson is that you get to see a LOT of TV and movies you wouldn't normally see. Well, let me be clear, it can be painful, or pretty pleasant hearing him belly laugh at the physical comedy in FERDINAND.

A giant young bull without a hint of fight in him, Ferdinand (John Cena) would rather smell the flowers than pick a fight.

He escapes a bull fighting training camp to a farm with a little girl named Nina, but soon finds himself captured and back to the famous training camp.

When he's selected by a legendary bullfighter, the film sets up a "will he or wont he" fight conclusion.

There are plenty of lessons on being yourself, bravery and the power of being gentle. Jonah soaked them up, but laughed the hardest at a bunny that appears to always be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

There's a lot of great animated physical comedy and throwaway lines.

A night time trip to the slaughterhouse danced the line of "what's that place all about" for a 4 year old, but never ventured outside kid friendly territory.

Blue Sky Studios is the same studio that brought "Ice Age", "Rio" and "The Peanuts Movie" to the screen.

The animation looks great and voice work from Bobby Cannavale, Raul Esparza, Kate McKinnon and Peyton Manning is a lot of fun.

If you're looking for a distraction for young kids that will still entertain you, FERDINAND is a great choice. If you want to make them laugh, just watch for that pink rabbit.

Jonah and I must have replayed those scenes a dozen times.

No bull, it gets a B.

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