Steve (John Oliver) and Greta (Mila Kunis) in a scene from "Wonder Park."
Photo courtesy of Paramount Animation via AP
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There's that moment on roller coasters when the lap bar gets locked down and you slowly, agonizingly ride up to the first drop.So here's a warning about the new animated amusement park film "Wonder Park".With her mom (Jennifer Garner) she creates in her bedroom a fantasy park filled with cool amusement park rides and colorful talking animals. In the film's best sequence, she even brings to life a makeshift version of the park on the streets. Thus begins what feels like hours of "Mad Max" meets "Interstellar" as June and her band of ragtag animals -- including a solid Mila Kunis and a very emoting Norbert Leo Butz -- try to restart the park and banish "the Darkness," a whirlpool of dark clouds in the heavens."Wonder Park" is screening in Beirut-area cinemas.
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