(a film review by Mark R. Leeper)

If this film had been released something like seven to ten years earlier than it was it might have been considerably a reasonably good animated and it would have showcased some recent animation technology. It could have had some reasonably current social messages for its audience. The figures would have had some impressive visual surface textures for its characters. That was then. This is now. ABOMINABLE builds more character in its figures than most animation, but the creature seems like a ball removed from a long-hair cat, not really cute, just homely. Three teenagers decide to try to reunite the creature with its family. Rating: +1 (-4 to +4).

					Mark R. Leeper
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