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AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS

An Incredible Journey
Ultimately, "Around the World in 80 Days” provides the best kind of family entertainment: action, adventure, romance and comedy, all brought to you by endearing characters that learn a few lessons along the way.

"Phileas learns a lot about himself, about the world, and about art through Monique,” says Steve Coogan. "He also falls in love with her. So he learns about things other than those that can be explained scientifically. He learns about the stuff of life.

"It's also part of the message of the film that if you broaden your horizons and you increase your knowledge of people from different backgrounds, you become a more well-rounded individual.”

"There are very few films that you can actually bring your entire family to,” says Bill Badalato. "Everyone can see this film and have a good time. The comedy is great. In the face of so many big action movies and horror movies, I think this is a breath of fresh air.”

"‘Around the World in 80 Days' is for everybody,” says Rob Schneider. "Everybody can enjoy the film because it's got fantastic scenery, an amazing cast, and you get to see the world. It's a great epic family adventure film for everybody. It's funny, and it's a great story. ‘Around the World in 80 Days' has got it all.”

"When you go to see a film, you want to be surprised and intrigued,” adds Jim Broadbent. "This film will appeal to everyone. I mean, it's a Jackie Chan movie. But it's also got Queen Victoria. It's wonderful—it's a very inventive romp.”

"It's a wild, imaginative ride that is about embracing all cultures, valuing true friendships and realizing how we can all help each other have the courage to live our dreams,” says Frank Coraci. "It's a movie I believe the world can use especially right now.”

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