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Air Bound

 

 

SCORE: 82

Air Bound 

 

I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming was sent a reviewable copy of Air Bound on DVD. This fun little family friendly film is all about these mice and rats. The main character Gavin wants to go on an adventure. So he decides to set out and find the ocean. He meets ship mice, and a young mouse Chester that needs their help. They go on an adventure to fight off the evil weasels.

There is some mild violence and scary moments in Air Bound. The weasels look very frightening. The mice refuse to let those bullies control them. They go to war with the weasels and have a secondary plan. I won't spoil that for you though. There are moments of sacrifice in Air Bound. Multiple characters are willing to sacrifice themselves to save others. Some of the characters die in Air Bound.

The voice acting in Air Bound is stellar. I really enjoyed listening to the voices in Air Bound. I was shocked that Jon Lovitz was one of the voice actors. He did an amazing job with his voice for that wicked white weasel Winston. The music in Air Bound is good and fits the mood of the film. The animation is good in Air Bound. I love some of the great backgrounds in this movie.

A lot of Air Bound felt like a video game to me. What do I mean by that? Certain mice characters like Ace remind me of characters in modern day role playing games. The same goes for the Owen and Grayson. Their mannerisms, voices, and attitudes made me think of characters in a variety of role playing video games. Which is another reason Air Bound is so comfortable for me.

Air Bound teaches families a couple of lessons. The first is to stand up against bullies. The second is to go out and see the world. There is so much to see out there. I have traveled to a variety of different counties in my life. I have seen some cool and interesting things. So I can understand the second lesson. I also appreciate the first. Especially with the forces we fight in this day and age.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 80%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: DVD
Publisher: Lionsgate
Developer: Grindstone Entertainment Group
Rating:
'PG' for Parental Guidance
{Action/Peril}

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