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- Chloe Bennet
- Albert Tsai
- Tenzing Norgay Trainor
- Joseph Izzo
- Eddie Izzard
- Sarah Paulson
- Tsai Chin
- Michelle Wong
- Rich Dietl
- James Hong
Did You Know?
- This is DreamWorks Animation's 5th film released during the Fall to released in a month other than November after Antz (1998), Shark Tale (2004), Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005), and Puss in Boots (2011), as well as the first to release in September.
- Unlike the film's central family, Asians typically don't wear shoes in the house.
- Peng: I'm hit! Tell Nai Nai's pork buns I loved them!
Atom User Reviews
Very funny, and not as cheesy as I thought it would be. Great message, fantastic soundtrack, and beautiful locales. Perfect movie for you and the kids, or if you’re looking for a light-hearted movie to reset your cold dead heart.
There was something truly beautiful about this movie and for that, I'd give it a million stars
Abominable is a simple, sweet, slight story that’s been told before, and told better.
It’s a little too treacly and childish in places, with a storyline that goes exactly where you expect. But those drawbacks are somewhat compensated for by a series of arresting set-pieces, each one taking us to a spectacular Far East location not yet visited by this kind of high-powered Hollywood cartoon.
Despite its Chinese setting and characters, the movie doesn’t feel appreciably different from so many other previous tales of lost young people who learn friendship through a pet or extra-terrestrial, and the story’s broad humour and pedestrian plotting don’t add much to this perfunctory fable.