Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa is an American computer-animated comedy film distributed by Paramount Pictures and produced by DreamWorks Animation in 2008. It continues the adventures of Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, and Gloria the Hippo as the sequel to the 2005 film Madagascar and the second installment in the franchise. The screenplay was written by McGrath, Etan Cohen, and Darnell and it was directed by Tom McGrath and Eric Darnell.
Following their adventure in Madagascar, the zoo animals prepare to return to New York aboard a battered airplane piloted by the penguins, go along with the lemurs King Julien, Mort, and Maurice. The plane crash lands in continental Africa as it runs out of fuel. The animals explore themselves at a watering hole on a nature reserve and are thrilled to meet others of their species. Alex is reconnected with his parents and influences them with tales of his status as the king of New York. Marty fix in with a herd of other zebras who sound and look just like him. Melman, a hypochondriac, is upset that the reserve has no doctors, so the other giraffes designate him as their doctor. Seeking romance, Gloria charm the recognition of the smooth-talking male hippo Moto Moto. Skipper the penguin marries a bobblehead doll from the plane, and he, the chimpanzees, and the other penguins head off to honeymoon in Monte Carlo. Alex, Marty, Melman, Gloria, and the lemurs cheerfully determine to stay on the reserve for a while.
The movie starts by showing a tiny part of Alex's early days life, including his capture by hunters, then moves to shortly after the point where Madagascar left off, with the animals settling to come back to New York City. They board a plane in Madagascar but crash-land in Africa, where Alex is reunited with his parents and each of the central characters meets others of the same species.
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