In "Dolphin Tale 2," the staff at Clear Water Marine hospital are once again on a mission to rescue, rehab, and release injured animals.
In "Dolphin Tale 2," the staff at Clear Water Marine hospital are once again on a mission to rescue, rehab, and release injured animals. They are doing all they can to save Winter (the well-known dolphin with the prosthetic tail, the star of the original movie) from being shipped off to a marine park in Texas. Ever since Winter’s best friend Panama died, Winter has been kept in solitude. But that is in violation of USDA rules, as dolphins are social creatures. It’s up to Sawyer, played by Nathan Gamble, Hazel, played by Cozi Zuehlsdorff, and the rest of the staff at the marine hospital to find Winter a friend. But as Dr. Clay, played by Harry Connick Jr., says “You can’t just throw two dolphins in the water together."
"Dolphin Tale 2" touches on the original film, but is a brand new story that stands alone. With a talented cast that includes Bethany Hamilton, Ashley Judd, and Morgan Freeman, how couldn’t you love this film? These actors and their extraordinary acting ability is key to a film with such emotional depth. The wonderful mixture of funny moments and serious ones really adds to how magnificent I think this film is. It will make you bawl your eyes out crying, and laugh your socks off. The amazing cinematography stands out during the underwater scenes. It truly is breathtaking.
The movie is 107 minutes long and is the first sequel based on a true story. I loved everything about this movie, and I think everyone from the ages of two to one-hundred will too. The movie is rated PG and contains no violence. I suggest you get your loved ones and join Winter and her friends on their journey to rescue, rehab, release, and inspire.