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16-Sep-2014

  • 'Dolphin Tale' hero's new home tangled in aquarium politics

    By Letitia Stein CLEARWATER Fla. (Reuters) - The family-friendly hit "Dolphin Tale," whose sequel opened in theaters this weekend, tells the true story of a dolphin who learns to swim without a tail. The movie ends with Winter, the tail-less dolphin, helping save the struggling Florida aquarium that rescued her. "Winter can't do those kind of shows, even if we wanted to, which we don?t," said ...


  • 'No Good Deed' upstages 'Dolphin Tale 2' at box office

    Thriller "No Good Deed," the story of an escaped convict who terrorizes a woman and her children inside their home, seized the top spot on U.S. "Dolphin Tale 2," the sequel to a 2011 hit about a plucky marine mammal, finished second with $16.6 million. Last weekend's winner, Marvel's hit space adventure "Guardians of the Galaxy," came in third with $8 million. "Guardians" became the first film ...


  • 'Dolphin Tale's' star, story and setting a life-changer for many

    'Dolphin Tale' and its sequel, 'Dolphin Tale 2,' star the prosthesis-wearing Winter, who was rescued by Florida's Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Her challenges have inspired kids and grown-ups alike. 'Dolphin Tale' and its sequel, 'Dolphin Tale 2,' star the prosthesis-wearing Winter, who was rescued by Florida's Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Her challenges have inspired kids and grown-ups alike.


  • Review: 'Dolphin 2' a warmly immersive adventure

    LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Containing all the elements that made the 2011 original boy and his dolphin story a hit with audiences and critics, Charles Martin Smith's "Dolphin Tale 2" is another engaging film inspired by the real-life inhabitants of the Clearwater Marine Aquarium.


  • Family Filmgoer reviews ?Dolphin Tale 2?

    Movie reviews with kids in mind: This week, a sequel about a dolphin with a prosthetic tail.


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