A.C.O.R.N.S.: Operation Crack Down

Theatrical Release: November 4, 2016
DVD Release: November 1, 2016
A.C.O.R.N.S.: Operation Crack Down
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Synopsis

Limited Theatrical Release – Frankie, a smooth-talking squirrel, finds out that the acorns are being stolen by the evil A.C.O.R.N.S. Corporation. Now he must assemble a rag-tag team of forest animals with only three days to pull off their biggest heist.

Dove Review

Frankie the squirrel is released from the zoo, which the animals consider as prison. When Frankie returns to his home turf, he finds that the acorns are all gone, and the animals who rely on the nuts will not survive winter if he doesn’t do something to find them.

Not wanting to hurt his lady squirrel, he does not tell her he has to do this job. He gathers some zany characters to pull of the ultimate forest heist. This animated film presents all the adventure of a spy movie, action of a hijack, a little romance between Lola and Frankie, and the hilarious animal characters.

“A.C.O.R.N.S.: Operation Crack Down” is a wholesome, animated action film for the entire family. We award it the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Sex: Lyrics of a song include some sexual innuendos.
Language: Butt- 3; OMG-1; sign says "Booty Oil"; Poop-4
Violence: Animated explosions of bat poop; porcupine is on electric fence; hawk grabs lady squirrel and ties her up.
Drugs: Club scene where Lola sings.
Nudity: Female squirrels with mild cleavage.
Other: Doing things for someone you love.

Info

Company: Viva Pictures Distrib. LLC
Director: Ross Venokur
Producer: Dan Krech
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 83 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe