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August 2nd, 2011

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Rating: 4.4 / 5.0 (465 votes)

Released: 2011-08-02

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Rio by 20th Century Fox


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20th Century Fox
G (General Audience)

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This comedy-adventure centers on Blu, a flightless macaw who acts more human than bird. When Blu, the last of his kind, discovers there’s another – and that she’s a she – he embarks on an adventure to magical Rio. There, he meets Jewel and a menagerie of vivid characters who help Blu fulfill his dream and learn to fly.


  • Jesse Eisenberg
  • Anne Hathaway


  • AC-3
  • Animated
  • Color
  • Dolby
  • Dubbed

Editorial Review

A classic tale of self-discovery, romance, and adventure, Rio is the story of Blu, a flightless macaw who was taken from the forests of Rio de Janeiro as a young bird and raised by a kind girl in a small Minnesota town. When an ornithologist comes to town and informs Blu's now-grown owner Linda that Blu is the last male of his species, Blu and Linda return to Rio so that Blu can mate with a feisty female named Jewel. Thus begins an adventure in which Blu encounters everything from the complexities of courtship and love, to thugs involved in an exotic animal theft ring, strange new friendships–including one with an overly friendly slobbering bulldog–and a crazy ride through a Carnaval parade. Blu and Linda both mature as a result of their journey in Rio, and love ensures that life will never be quite the same for either ever again. The animation in Rio is quite impressive, the characters are endearing, the Brazilian music is very appealing, and the star-studded voice cast includes Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg, Will i Am, Wanda Sykes, Jane Lynch, George Lopez, and Jamie Foxx. While the story doesn't really offer anything new–instead playing much like a rehashing of some of the major plot points from movies like Madagascar, Finding Nemo, and Babe–that doesn't mean the film isn't perfectly entertaining for both kids and adults. (Ages 6 and older) –Tami Horiuchi

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