From the creators of Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda comes a hilarious “fun-fueled family adventure” (Bill Bregoli, CBS Radio News) that proves no dream is too big...and no dreamer too small. When an ordinary snail named Turbo acquires the power of super-speed, his life kicks into overdrive! With the help of a struggling taco stand owner and a streetwise snail crew, Turbo will attempt to race in the Indy 500 and make all their dreams come true.
**Team Turbo: Tricked Out
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Cast & Crew
the movie seems to understand its own near-abject ridiculousness ... without getting overly nudge-nudge wink-wink ...
"Turbo" isn't a perfect cartoon, but it's so likable that, like its humble hero, you have to root for it.
A derivative but nevertheless good-hearted movie that's peppered with enough clever touches to engage adults as well as moviegoers of the smaller, squirmier variety.
A sort-of escargot-meets-"Cars" adventure, it has some sharp vocal turns and remains fun even when its inventiveness runs out of gas.
Ultimately, "Turbo" nicely lives up to its diminutive hero's credo of, "No dream is too big, and no dreamer too small" - a pleasant thought, for people of all sizes.
DreamWorks' 3-D confection ... featuring Ryan Reynolds as a garden-trolling slowpoke who dreams of Indianapolis 500 glory.
Honestly, they pretty much had me at "racing snails."