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Young June once spent her days designing thrilling and unique theme park rides, but when she experienced a family tragedy it was like her imagination just switched off. Then one day she finds the remnant of a roller coaster in the woods, and it leads her to, literally, the park of her dreams.
June finds that her imagined adventureland actually exists, and that it is populated by all the colorful animal characters she once sketched in crayon. Now the park is threatened by neglect and the invasion of a horde of Chimpanzombies and only June’s leadership can save the day.
- Sofia Mali
- Jennifer Garner
- Ken Hudson Campbell
- Kenan Thompson
- Mila Kunis
- John Oliver
- Ken Jeong
- Norbert Leo Butz
- Matthew Broderick
- Brianna Denski
Did You Know?
- Kenan Thompson's first Nickelodeon movie role since Good Burger (1997).
- Before being captured by the Chimpanzombies again, Peanut's eyes are brown in one shot. After the camera shows June escaping, his eyes revert to green.
- June: We are the wonder in Wonderland.
Atom User Reviews
Children see positive family interaction supporting awesome themes: creativity, imagination, team work, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math), working through emotions, separation anxiety, friendships, to name a few.
Glad it was only 90minutes long
Wonder Park feels like the kind of mild attraction that younger kids might enjoy when it hits secondary platforms. It's just not an adventure that's worth the price of a ticket or standing in line to see.
Like so many animated movies these days, it buries its ideas in a visual and aural cacophony of frenzied action sequences designed to engage the shortest of attention spans.
As far as Wonder Park goes, it’s basic, but not condescending. I especially appreciated an important addition to the finale that deals with how children should handle their feelings with balance and moderation.