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"Ribbit" tells the tale of a frog named Ribbit with an identity crisis. Unlike other frogs, Ribbit hates hopping and has a strong aversion to water. Feeling a misfit, he is full of questions about his life. Together with his best friend, a flying squirrel, he embarks on a soul-searching journey in search of the truth and his rightful place in this world. Confusion reigns when Ribbit accidently hypnotized by a conman or rather, a `conbat`, making Ribbit believe that he is a human prince trapped in a frog`s body. With a mission to kiss a human princess, Ribbit will soon discover that being a frog is not bad after all and the love of his life has always been right before his very eyes.

Language: Malay
Subtitle: English
Classification: U
Release Date: 4 Sep 2014
Genre: Adventure / Animation
Running Time: 1 Hour 28 Minutes
Distributor: TGV
Cast: Johan Raja Lawak, Awie, Elfira Loy, Aznil Nawawi, Izzue Islam
Director: Mamat Khalid
Format: 2D, 3D

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Writer: Erny Suzira

Writer Ratings:

Watch this if you liked: “The Princess the Frog” and “Epic”

The Good, the Bad and the 'Toadly' awesome:

After the Malaysian English film, "Vikingdom", KRU Studios strikes back by creating a 3D animated film that is loosely based on the Brothers Grimm's fairytale, "The Frog Prince"; a collaboration with the Indian company, Crest Animation, "Ribbit" is a story about a frog with an identity crisis. Written and directed by American voice actor, Chuck Powers, the storyline of the film is cute, simple and friendly. It is aimed towards children between the ages of 4 to 12 years, however, there are moments in the film where the dialogue gets too lengthy and the plot is somewhat predictable. But considering the age target of the film, this can be somewhat acceptable. The animation and design of the film is surprisingly quite good. Although incomparable to animations from Disney, Pixar or Warner Bros, for local standards, this movie is highly credible. The voice actors for the English version of the movie did a good job considering some of them are famous Hollywood artistes such as Sean Astin, Tim Curry, Russell Peters and Cherami Leigh, however, for the Malay version of the movie, some of the voice actors sound like they are drifting away. Nevertheless, overall, the film delivers good message to children and it may lead to more adventures for "Ribbit" and gang.

Look Out For:

The breathtaking view of sunset in Amazon Jungle and the realistic animation of the Amazon flowing river which brings this Malaysian animated film to a whole new level.


The Malay version of "Ribbit" comes with different Malay dialects for each character to stay close to the Malaysian culture.

Best Watched With:

Kids between the age from 4 to 12 years, admirers of 3D animated films and fans of KRU produced films.

Cinema Online, 26 August 2014
U - General viewing for all ages
P13 - Parental guidance is advisable for children below 13 years old
18 - For 18+ with elements for mature audiences
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