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23-Sep-2011

  • True story of Florida dolphin inspired Hollywood film

    The injured dolphin washed up on the Florida shoreline in 2005, barely alive and given slim chances of surviving.


  • 'Dolphin Tale' review: Intelligent family fare

    Dolphin Tale RATING: (POLITE APPLAUSE) Family drama. Starring Nathan Gamble, Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman and Harry Connick Jr. Directed by Charles Martin Smith. (PG. 113 minutes. At Bay Area theaters.) There's something...


  • Movie review: "Dolphin Tale"

    In 2005, a baby bottlenose dolphin was injured when it became tangled in the ropes of a crab trap off Florida's Gulf Coast.


  • 'Dolphin Tale' moves along swimmingly

    A movie review of "Dolphin Tale," which is a lively, sometimes lyrical family film about a boy who saves a wounded dolphin and helps lead an effort to make a prosthetic tail for her. It stars Harry Connick Jr., Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd.


  • Family friendly 'Dolphin Tale' entertains

    At its heart, it's a pretty simple story: Boy meets dolphin, boy saves dolphin, dolphin lifts spirits of boy and inspires others. Salty tears ensue and families find good clean entertainment in the process.


  • Dolphin Tale: Life lessons on the back of a dolphin

    This 3-D family film about overcoming the odds takes a true-life tale about a maimed dolphin as its starting point


  • ?Dolphin Tale?: Cute, scenic inspiration | 2 1/2 stars

    The story of how Winter, a New Smyrna Beach, Fla., dolphin, lost her tail and became the star attraction of the Clearwater Aquarium becomes an adorable kids? film in ?Dolphin Tale.?


  • 'Dolphin Tale,' 4 stars

    'Dolphin Tale' Appealingly earnest family film based on a true story about a dolphin that was fitted with a prosthetic tail. Thanks to the film's sincerity and some excellent performances (particularly from young star Nathan Gamble), the movie will tug at your heartstrings.


  • New Dolphin Species May Already Be at Risk

    A dolphin that was previously lumped in with other species of coastal-dwelling dolphins is actually its own Australian species, researchers say. And already, the new Burrunan dolphin may be in danger due to its small population and limited range.


  • 'Dolphin's Tale' a truly inspired story

    There's something classy about "Dolphin Tale," which operates on the theory that children don't need a flatulence joke every five minutes to keep them from rioting in the theater aisles.


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