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Mr. Poppers PenguinsThe movie tells the story of Mr. Popper, a driven businessman who is clueless when it comes to the important things in life, until he inherits six penguins from his missing dad. As he transforms his apartment into a winter wonderland, his professional side starts to unravel.
Actors of "Mr. Poppers Penguins"
Characters of "Mr. Poppers Penguins"
Directors of "Mr. Poppers Penguins"Mark WatersBirthdate: 30 June 1964, Wyandotte, Michigan, USA
Creators of "Mr. Poppers Penguins"Sean AndersJohn Morris
Critic Reviews of "Mr. Poppers Penguins"Time OutAugust 03, 2011
Holy mother of pearl, talk about superficial claptrap!New YorkerJune 27, 2011
The director, Mark Waters, moves things briskly along and lets the charming absurdity of penguin behavior rise to its inherently good-natured heights.Christian Science MonitorJune 22, 2011
The good news is that, even though one must pace oneself through the dull parts, usually involving Mr. Popper's dullish family, [Carrey's] in pretty good form whenever he's getting physicalFilm.comJune 17, 2011
Such a brazenly moronic and uninspired example of a family movie that you'd swear it was a parody of brazenly moronic and uninspired family movies.Detroit NewsJune 17, 2011
Why is Jim Carrey standing around watching penguins be funny? Why isn't he in a movie where Jim Carrey is funny?New York Magazine/VultureJune 17, 2011
Jim Carrey's farts-and-flippers comedy, which, though exceedingly dumb, is at least very smart about what appeals to 4- to 10-year-old kids, fans of Happy Feet, March of the Penguins, and YouTube animal videos.DeadspinJune 22, 2013
Even minor Carrey is undeniably entertaining.Tribune News ServiceJanuary 04, 2013
Kid-friendly, if not exactly potty-trained.Sin MagazineMay 12, 2012
Popper is just a pooper.Movie MetropolisDecember 29, 2011
In a desert of "family films," it stands out as a surprising oasis.7M PicturesDecember 20, 2011
grown-ups will quickly become annoyed with the squawking, the poorly conceived penguin names and the copious amount of penguin poopMovie TalkDecember 20, 2011
Look out for perky Brit Ophelia Lovibond, who provides a perfectly pleasing performance as Popper's alliteration-prone assistant, Pippi, who peppers her pronouncements with a profusion of p's.
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