Directors: Jill Culton, Todd Wilderman (co-director)
Writer: Jill Culton
Stars: Chloe Bennet, Albert Tsai, Tenzing Norgay Trainor | See full cast & crew
This movie was as enjoyable for a 3 year old as it was for a 63 year old. Abominable takes the themes of grief, hope and family and magically transforms them to take the viewers on an epic journey through Chinese culture. Infused with music, language, landmarks, customs, spirituality and traditions, Abominable makes viewers feel like they are on the journey right alongside Everest and his newfound friends.
With a slew of witty one liners, heartfelt moments and magic-infused hilarity, this film plays like a Concerto of a young girl trying to help a lost creature find his way home, and in turn, finding her own way back home as well. Fresh and original, absolutely one of the best animated films of the decade.