Madagascar is a 2005 American computer-animated comedy film distributed by DreamWorks Pictures and produced by DreamWorks Animation. It was directed by Tom McGrath and Eric Darnell and written by Billy Frolick, Mark Burton, McGrath, and Darnell.
At the Central Park Zoo, Marty the zebra celebrated his tenth birthday but has grown dull, disinterested with his daily regime, and longs to experience the wildlife. Marty's best buddy is Alex the lion, who loves and enjoys showing off for the public and his celebrity status as the king of New York. Alex tried hard to cheer Marty up, but Marty, still displeased, learns that the zoo's penguins— Kowalski, Skipper, Private, and Rico—are attempting to escape, and follows them out. Alex, Gloria the hippopotamus, and Melman the giraffe chase Marty and try to convince him to return. The four, along with the two chimpanzees named Phil and Mason and the penguins, connect at Grand Central Station where the authorities serene them utilizing tranquilizer guns. The zoo is strained to ship the escaped animals by sea to a Kenyan wildlife preserve under intense pressure from anti-captivity activists. During their travels, the penguins run off and take over the ship, purpose of taking it to Antarctica. Their mischievous acts on the flyover cause the trunk containing Marty, Alex, Gloria, and Melman to fall over the side of a ship and wash ashore on Madagascar. Alex overcomes his predacious instincts, rescues his buddies, and frighten the fossa away from the lemur territory forever.
Basically, the storyline follows a group of zoo animals after a series of misadventures found themselves washed ashore on the eponymous island, where they befriend a group of lemurs after defending them from the savage fossas. However, troubles arise when the only carnivore of the group Alex, a lion, at a slow pace succumbs to his savage side.
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