Katak, The Brave Beluga (G) ***

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    Captain Courageous!

    By Robert Waldman

    Hot on the heels of all the Family Day celebrations across Canada sees the perfect times release of Katak, The Brave Beluga. Fit for the kid in all of us this delightful look at an oh so friendly whale from Maison 4:3 and Route 504 PR is making waves at select Cineplex Cinemas and Landmark Theatres around B.C.

    Being different can be good. Or bad. Take the case of young Katak. Born to a pod with quite the pedigree steeped in ancient tradition young Katak stands out because he is grey in colour, unlike the rest of his white skinned relatives. As if that isn’t enough of a dilemma the baby beluga is a bit on the small size.

    Somehow through it all Katak manages to navigate these troubled waters never making waves. Smart storytelling sees this minnow outcast taking on all challengers and challenges as on more than one occasion our fighter full of heart manages to save the day,

    Beautiful underwater photography done on the computer delivers audiences stunning visuals and countless dilemmas for our seafaring tot who tangled with a host of bad amphibian predators in this highly inspirational wonder of the sea rescue sensation. Full of humour and danger Katak, The Brave Beluga gets your family seal of approval. Voyage to the Bottom of The Sea never looked better.

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