Watch: La course des tuques 2018 123movies, Full Movie Online – A spectacular sled race through the village. Frankie-Four-Eyes and his team, including Sophie as the driver, take on the newcomers: the mysterious and conceited Zac and his athletic cousin Charly. The fantastic sled designed by Frankie disintegrates right before crossing the finish line. It is a bitter loss for Frankie who refuses to accept that he might have made some building mistakes. Together with his friends, he manages to prove that Zac cheated during the race. Frankie demands a rematch; which Zac accepts on condition that Frankie build an entirely new race track. Frankie and his friends build a spectacular race track. Zac realizes he is up against a worthy opponent so he raises the stakes even more by cornering Frankie into betting the barn. As the two teams prepare for race day, Zac has no scruples about cheating even more to weight the outcome of the race in his favor. But Frankie and his team have a few surprises of their own in store for him..
Plot: A spectacular sled race through the village. Frankie-Four-Eyes and his team, including Sophie as the driver, take on the newcomers: the mysterious and conceited Zac and his athletic cousin Charlie.
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Brains Vs. Cheats – Set Somewhere I Wish I Grew Up
Brains Beats Cheats…As It Should
A really good by the book kids flick that’s safe for any of your shorties (age 2-10). A bunch of snowy tikes spend their days sleigh racing each other with zero adult supervision. Just like I remember it. There’s good kids who are brainy and some not so good kids who cheat. Tremendous race scenes. A few good songs performed by one of the racerss…dancing, a cute dog, a couple of tears, and one awesome barn/clubhouse that they’re all competing for.
My 9 yr old son loved it! Me…not so much. That’s ok. Thank God for Steve Jobs so I can inconspicuously read the news while we watch.
A brief comment to a reviewer referencing their southern neighbors. Let’s assume we’re talking about Canada and the US. Please allow me to make this analogy. Our (The US) relationship with Canada is very similar to co-parenting. Just like we both want prosperity and happiness for our nations…we want equal and more for our children. To achieve this amazing outcome one of the parents (can be either) must be an enforcer to some degree. Not talking corporal punishment rather when the parent says it’s time to do X….child does X. This is usually reserved for one parent and the other parent (also extremely necessary in achieving said parenting goal) should be more of the softie type. The one who a child may lean on more at times. The one who says yes not no. The one who buys that toy even though their kid doesn’t deserve it….. I’d love for my country to be that parent but the reality is one of us must stand guard if all is to be right in the world tomorrow morning. It’s the price you and I pay so we can watch cute little movies like this on cold winter nights in our comfy living rooms with our children who sometimes deserve the toy…sometimes not. Being a parent would be so easy if I always said “yes” not “no”. My country feels the same.
Very cute, very familiar and looks like another animation about running in the snow, which I don’t remember the name of (I thought, Cleo – Snowtime!, 2015), but equally cute, this animations with little kids make my heart warm… , Coca-Cola advertising style…
Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 29 min (89 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Musical
Director Benoît Godbout, Jean-François Pouliot, François Brisson
Writer Claude Landry, Maxime Landry, Paul Risacher
Actors Lucinda Davis, Dawn Ford, Don W. Shepherd
Awards 1 win & 4 nominations
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Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Film Length 82 m
Negative Format Digital
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Printed Film Format DCP