Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter Source:
Carey Westberg, Puntip Limrungroj, Ed Neumeier, Margaret Quitter
First Khunchan, Somboon (the elephant)
A young orphaned boy and a baby elephant end up together in an adventure that takes them from an exotic jungle to a bustling city. They’ll discover that through all the laughter, the fun, the challenges and the surprises, life is better when you share it with a friend.
Here is a unique and fun story about a boy who takes care of an elephant. A young boy has no family and comes across a baby elephant. The boy befriends the elephant by offering him fruit and soon he is working with the elephant to make a living for them both.
The elephant is talented at using his trunk to paint and his paintings are very well done especially for...well, an elephant! The boy names the elephant Lucky and he and Lucky share several adventures. He and Lucky even do a dance together. When Lucky meets a female elephant it becomes clear that the boy might have to eventually set Lucky free.
We are pleased to award this DVD our Dove Seal for ages twelve plus, due to a strong utterance of language. The movie features some great moments between the boy and Lucky. Enjoy watching this one soon.
Content Description: Sex: None Language: Bloody H-1; G/OMG-3 Violence: Blood is seen on elephant's foot after it runs over some police cycles and hurts foot; a boy is put in a cage and elephant is struck with a stick; elephant hits bad man with his trunk and crashes through a cage to free the boy. Drugs: None Nudity: Cleavage in a few scenes; shirtless boy; a woman shows bare midriff which she wants elephant to paint. Other: Elephant knocks over paint bucket and bags; boy lies by saying his father is at lunch (his father is dead) and he obviously doesn't want to get taken away; a businessman lies by calling police and saying an elephant is scaring his customers outside and that is not the case.