Song of the Sea
Family • PG • 2014 • 1 hr 33 min
This may be one of my all time favorite animated movies. Beautiful characters and interesting story.
Beautiful music and visuals, and made me cry quiet a bit.
Amazing. If you like a little traditional animation or if you have kids, this is an unmissable
Tomm Moore's second feature that ties Irish mythology, music, and animation together beautifully to construct a perfect family film
A very cute film that teaches children the merit in loving your brother/sister. While also learning to not bury sad feelings.
Incredible animation combined with a simple, yet effective story. Near-Perfection and truly moving.
Amazing animation, and a simple yet fun adventure story for the whole family.
So beautiful. One of those movies that make you feel calm and peaceful after watching it. (Also the animation is gorgeous.)
Heart warming, beautifully drawn, and characters you feel for, this is a movie no one should miss.
A beautiful story matched by the mesmerizingly gorgeous animation. Heartwarming and elevated above most kids movies
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