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(2012) (Misty Miller, Stephanie Renz) (G)

Alcohol/Drugs None
Blood/Gross Stuff Minor
Disrespectful/Bad Attitude Minor
Frightening/Tense Scenes Minor
Gun/Weapons None
Imitative Behavior Heavy
Jump Scenes None
Music (Scary/Tense) None
Music (Inappropriate) None
Profanity None
Sex/Nudity Mild
Smoking None
Tense Family Scenes None
Topics to Talk About Mild
Violence None

Children's: A group of friends try to find five magical golden balloons in time for their good friend's surprise birthday party.
It's a new day in Lovelyloveville and the Oogieloves -- Goobie (MISTY MILLER), Zoozie (STEPHANIE RENZ) and Toofie (MALERIE GRADY) -- are planning a surprise birthday party for their pillow friend, Schluufy (voice of TARAS LOS). But their vacuum cleaner friend, J. Edgar (NICK DRAGO), has lost the five magical balloons they were going to give as presents.

Needing to get them before Schluufy wakes up, and with the guidance of magical Windy Window (MAYA STANGE) who can see the location of the balloons, the Oogieloves and their talking pet fish, Ruffy (voice of RANDY CARFANGO), set out to collect them. As they do so, they encounter a number of eclectic and sometimes eccentric characters along the way.

That includes Dotty Rounder (CLORIS LEACHMAN) who loves round things and lives high up in a tree with her granddaughter, Jubilee (KYLIE O'BRIEN), who's into squares. Then it's off to Milky Marvin's (CHAZZ PALMINTERI) milkshake shop where they must enter a milkshake drinking contest to win back the second balloon, followed by an encounter with singing diva Rosalie Rosebud (TONI BRAXTON).

That's followed by a visit with bubble happy trucker Bobby Wobbly (CAREY ELWES), and then Lola (JAIME PRESSLEY) and Lero Sombrero (CHRISTOPHER LLOYD) who live in a giant flying sombrero.

Very young kids might be enticed by any ads they've seen for it. Everyone else will avoid it like the plague.
Presumably for not containing material to warrant a higher rating.

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