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Nijntje de film (2013)

Miffy, her friends Melanie and Grunty and her dog Snuffy set out on a treasure hunt through the zoo. Father and Mother Bunny give them five riddles through a Treasure Hunt Song, about a ... See full summary »

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Miffy, her friends Melanie and Grunty and her dog Snuffy set out on a treasure hunt through the zoo. Father and Mother Bunny give them five riddles through a Treasure Hunt Song, about a color, a shape, a movement, a number and a sound. While discovering animals that answer to the riddles, Miffy and her friends learn how to work together, find creative ways to collaborate and to reward each other for a job well done. And in the end, they are rewarded with a big surprise. Written by Anonymous

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30 January 2013 (Netherlands)  »

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Miffy der Film: Schatzsuche im Zoo  »

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€219,511 (Netherlands) (3 February 2013)
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Perfect movie for toddlers
17 February 2013 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Miffy goes to the zoo together with 2 friends, and has to fulfill a few assignments. Such as: find a yellow animal, find a striped animal, etc.

A catchy song is repeated throughout the movie, the audience is engaged by asking them questions Dora-style, and the simple and always positive animation is beautifully done.

Even a few problems are tackled, for example being afraid of the dark.

My 4-year old son had a grin on his face as we walked out of the cinema. A grin that didn't go away for at least an hour. 'Nuff said! The only reason I didn't give this an 8 is because of the length. Younger children may have problems seeing this 70-minute long movie in one go. Other than that, a sure hit among toddlers!

7/10


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