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Abominable

User rating: 4.39 28 Reviews | Write a Review

In Theaters: September 27, 2019

On DVD/Blu-ray: December 17, 2019

PG | Action, Adventure, Animation, Family | 1h 37m

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User rating: 4.39

Based on 120 votes and 28 reviews.


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User rating: May 8, 2022

Very cute design of the baby Yetti. Funny characters and adventurous plot with "everything is lost" moments and twists. Yetti can use magic in this movie, which gives an opportunity for beautiful scenes. There´s also a subplot about dealing with loss and changing from a spoiled selfie-obsessed teenager into a young man. The characters travel through some iconic places in China and the animation of these scenes is amazing.

User rating: February 6, 2020

Delightful and thought inspiring with a positive message. The colors were amazing!!

User rating: January 18, 2020

Great movie 5Stars

User rating: November 15, 2019

it was hysterical and the animation terrific! the 'whoop snakes' we are still laffing about

User rating: November 4, 2019

So beautiful ... so refreshing ... animation was outstanding ... perfect for children

User rating: October 31, 2019

This was the cutest movie I've ever seen. My granddaughters loved it. Even me 1 year old great grandson chuckled through out the movie!

User rating: October 25, 2019

It was a really good movie. Really enjoyed it!!! Worth seeing.

User rating: October 17, 2019

Absolutely FANTASTIC. Can't wait to take my sister-in-law to it as I know it will uplift her spirits and cheer her heart. Just a thoroughly heartwarming and uplifting message that warms the spirit and soul.

User rating: October 14, 2019

Great movie

User rating: October 11, 2019

We need movies that nurture imagination, and Abominable does this very well. Besides that, it's just sweet, funny, and yet touching while dealing with the seriousness of grief.