Seriously, which one is it?
Heart Loves: Mr Popper's Penguins
Jim Carrey stars in this family comedy about a clueless businessman who finds his way after inheriting a group of penguins.
Release Date: August 5th 2011
Running time: 94 mins
Director: Mark Waters
Starring: Jim Carrey, Carla Gugino, Angela Lansbury
Jim Carrey is Mr. Popper, a hard-nosed businessman who struggles with the important things in life – until he inherits six penguins.
Popper's penguins turn his New York bachelor pad into an icy winter wonderland as the rest of his life turns upside-down.
The must-see family film for summer!
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Screenplay: Sean Anders, John Morris, Jared Stern, Richard Atwater (novel), Florence Atwater (novel)
You should see it because: Carrey gives a hilarious performance in this feel-good flick.
See it if you liked: Happy Feet (2006), March Of The Penguins (2005), Dr Dolittle (1998)
And if truth be told, they've both got a great set of lungs on them!
Jim Carrey is Mr. Popper, a driven businessman, who is clueless when it comes to the important things in life – until he inherits six penguins.
The penguins have crashed Mr Popper's party. Help them escape down the slide.
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Jim Carrey tries to teach the penguins how to dance.
The way in which the adorable pigtail wearing character taught everyone how to spell difficulty changed the way we spelt forever!
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