We were recently sent a DVD copy of Spark to review.
Spark tells the story of a wisecracking, teenage monkey who lives on an abandoned planet with his friends Chunk the pig, a fox called Vix and some insects.
Thirteen years ago, power-hungry Zhong seized control of their planet Beta, wiping out Spark’s family and sending him into hiding.
Living on an abandoned planet that is now used as a dumping ground, we see Chuck and Viv go out on a daily basis taking part in secret missions. Spark is bored, he is always left alone with only insects as friends. Spark longs for adventure and to be part of a team.
One day Spark finds a secret message that has been sent to his dumpster of a home. Instead of informing his friends, Spark decides he can do the mission alone and so sets out on a mission of adventure and bravery.
All is not plain sailing though. Spark is given the only thing that can protect the universe from Zhong . Spark quite literally has the fate of the universe in his hands.
Can he save everyone before its to late?
My family thoroughly enjoyed this movie. The story was great and the animation was superb. It is defiantly a movie that the whole family can enjoy together.
My sons have watched it a number of times since we received it. My 5 year old is in awe of Spark with his bravery and super cool style.
Fans of The Secret Life of Pets, Minions and Despicable Me will be in seventh heaven with SPARK!
Featuring the talents of – Patrick Stewart (X-Men, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Family Guy) Jessica Biel (Family Guy, Planet 51) Susan Sarandon (Cloud Atlas, Speed Racer) Hilary Swank (P.S, I Love You, New Year’s Eve) Rob deLeeuw (Turbo Kid) A.C Peterson (Sucker Punch) Jace Norman (Henry Danger)