Action / Comedy / Family / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 14%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 49295


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Sylvester Stallone as Joe the Lion
Adam Sandler as Donald the Monkey
Leslie Bibb as Stephanie
600.21 MB
23.976 fps
12hr 0 min
P/S 1 / 18

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tjdobbs-121-936199 8 / 10

Massively underrated. Believe some reviews are not even real or just trying to damage the movie.

You know, Disney has owned the family friendly, good movies for almost all of time. But this is truly something the whole family can watch, and everyone get some real entertainment value from it. It's not a blockbuster, or one of those titles that do what Star Wars did in its day. But it's really good from the lip sync and the puppeteers to the acting. It was very good. All of the user reviews given from prerelease to early on, I believe were either jealousy or the reviewers had no business reviewing anything in this genre. Or maybe they have no reason reviewing anything at all. I'd even question whether some have even seen the title. It's like saying The Lion King or The Fox and the Hound were a total waste of time, or had no business being a kids movie. Maybe they're just out to damage IMDb as a whole, or ruin their credibility.

Reviewed by alex zim 10 / 10

Absolutely Worth it!

I watched this movie with my family, it isn't easy to find a good one, where everyone is pleased of what we are watching...

This was fun, entertaining and the good one!

Totally underrated, it Really deserve much more and i seriously don't understand what people was expecting more about it. So many people unable to have a laugh, refusing to have fun because it wasn't extremely new content....

i quote another review i found, suitable to this weighted average vote... " I can understand if people can't stand Kevin James's frenetic humor IF YOU WATCHED IT, but over 400 votes of "1 star" a week before the movie is even released shows some shameful attitudes among IMDb voters. Purposeful down-voting is never justified, and is especially a disservice to Zookeeper, which actually turned out to be a pleasant surprise."

haters gonna hate!

Reviewed by Python Hyena 3 / 10

Animals Everywhere Are Shamed.

Zookeeper (2011): Dir: Frank Coraci / Cast: Kevin James, Rosario Dawson, Leslie Bibb, Donnie Wahlberg, Ken Jeong: The theme is suppose to represent our inner being or being true to oneself. This film begins with promise as Kevin James proposes to his girlfriend only to get dumped because she isn't satisfied that he is a zookeeper. He begins to have second thoughts about his career choice until the animals begin talking to him. This at first freaks him out, then he decides to take their advice regarding relationships. James has fun with the material as he struggles to adapt to his new speaking companions. He also struggles in dealing with his ex and new egotistical boyfriend. We know many things that he will do. He will come to his senses and go with the female co-worker. He will remain at the zoo, and he will take the depressed gorilla out on the town. Rosario Dawson was splendid in films such as Clerks 2 and Deathproof, but here her role is shamelessly by the numbers and predictable. Leslie Bibb plays the idiot ex whom James is hung up on. She attempts to change him into her ideal mate but we already know the answer to this. Donnie Wahlberg also makes a wasted appearance as an abusive zookeeper. Ken Jeong makes an appearances working at the reptile house. Like a snake, he should hope that he can shed this career move. Not director Frank Coraci's worst film, which includes such crap as Around the World in 80 Days and Click. The special effects are amusing as numerous animals don voices and communicate, but the film itself is about as exciting as shovelling horse sh*t. Score: 3 ½ / 10

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