Wonder Park Movie Review
June has created an imaginary place called Wonder Park. It’s a place she and her mother (Jennifer Garner) share together. When her mother becomes ill, the script is unafraid to go to a dark place to give the storyline some dynamic range.
The drama this creates informs the first half of the film. In the second half, through circumstance, June finds herself alone in the woods, where she actually finds a dilapidated version of the fun park. She sets out on a path ...
Check out this brand new clip from Wonder Park – in cinemas this April school holidays!
June soon discovers the park came from her imagination and she's the only one who can fix it, so she bands together with the animals to save this magical place and bring back the wonder in Wonderland.
Wonder Park stars Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, Norbert Leo Butz, Brianna Denski, Ken Hudson Campbell with Fitzy & Wip and is in Australian cinemas this April school holidays!
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Wonder Park stars Jennifer Garner, Matthew Broderick, John Oliver, Mila Kunis, Norbert Leo Butz, Brianna Denski, Ken Hudson Campbell with Ryan Fitzgerald and Michael Wipfli - and is in Australian cinemas April School Holidays!
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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Movie Review
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