Jasper: Journey To The End Of The World

DVD Release: February 10, 2015
Jasper: Journey To The End Of The World
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Synopsis

Between the icy South Pole and a colorful sea port, plays the adventure of the penguin brothers Jasper and Junior, who, with the help of 9-year-old Emma, retrieve the eggs of a threatened parrot species from the evil Dr. Block.

Dove Review

Jasper is a young penguin inquisitive about the world. When he spots a ship on the other side of an iceberg, no one, including his parents, wants to believe him. He must now watch over his little brother Junior, and that is when the real adventure begins.

Jasper and Junior find themselves on an iceberg that floats them into a world they did not know existed. They meet a bird named Cakapoo, a secret agent trying to get his bird eggs back from the evil doctor aboard the ship. The trio meets Emma, a young girl who can relate to Jasper because her father also does not believe her stories about the birds and the evil doctor.

The story offers many lessons that can be topics of discussion in any family. Some of those topics include the environment and how littering affects the earth’s habitats, the importance of listening to parents, parents listening to their children, having an imagination is not a bad thing, and, finally, how being responsible for a sibling can be a good way to learn responsibility for yourself, too.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: OMG-1; Oh ca-ca-1; man calls child a brat and tells another man he is stupid.
Violence: Stealing eggs; throw bird into ocean; littering in the ocean; man threatens little girl; putting bird in bottle and throwing bottle into the ocean.
Drugs: Doctor making an evil soda pop; discussion about a land of tequila sunrises.
Nudity: Mild animated cleavage.
Other: Disobeying parents; parents not listening to children; shaming children because of their imagination.

Info

Company: Shout! Factory
Director: Eckart Fingberg
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 86 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe