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Trailer/Short: DreamWorks’ Animation’s “Home” (4 min)

3 Responses to “Trailer/Short: DreamWorks’ Animation’s “Home” (4 min)”

  1. berg says:

    this ran before Muppets Most Wanted

  2. Bulldog68 says:

    I saw it before Mr. Peabody. It was funny. Wish as a rule we would have more of these before the start of a movie instead of all those gosh darn ads.

  3. berg says:

    okay maybe it was mister p … seen three kids flicks this year if you include Lego, Peabody and Muppets … Lego was great, Peabody was a keeper also but on a lower plane and the Muppets was an exercise in futility Macheté and Henry Hill included

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