Quest for harmony: Abominable defines itself with smarts and charm


Abominable takes its audience along as the main character Everest tries to find his way home to the Himalayas. The dialogue is smart while kid-friendly, and the characters are well-constructed yet broad enough to be appreciated by all audiences. Image courtesy Universal Pictures

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