Turbo was a charming little movie about dreams and perseverance.
There was lots of laughter from the children in the audience, and more than a few chuckles from the parents. The characters were cute and interesting.
Samuel Jackson, as the voice of Whiplash, and Paul Giamatti, as the brother Chet, were outstanding.
The plot was easy to follow, and there were a few tense moments near the end to keep the kiddies on the edge of their seats.
About The Peetimes: The first Peetime is best. It’s one long, continuous scene that is very easy to sum up.
There are no extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Turbo. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
Rated (PG) for some mild action and thematic elements
Genres: Adventure, Animation, Comedy
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