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Seeing as how cartoon production designs are limited only by their creators? imaginations, the medium of animation has steadily raised the bar for built-out evil headquarters over the years (nowhere more than Japan, where such visionary pics as ?Metropolis? and ?Laputa: Castle in the Sky? leave indelible impressions).

Read review Peter Debruge
Roger Ebert

It feels somewhat clichéd to call an animated adventure film a ?delight,? but it?s the best word for the latest from GKids, April and the Extraordinary World, a joyful, accomplished movie

Read review Brian Tallerico
New York Times

Influences aside, the movie so teems with delightful detail and has such an exuberant sense of play that it feels entirely fresh.

Read review Glenn Kenny
The Hollywood Reporter

It?s only when the story heads to pure sci-fi territory later on that April stretches itself a bit thin, though a smart epilogue manages to put things in perspective for both the characters and viewer.

Read review Jordan Mintzer