Tom Popper grew up having very little interaction with his father who was off exploring the world. When he grows up he spends most of time on his work and ignores his children. One day his father sends him an unusual gift: a penguin. Popper can't help but wonder why his father would send him a penguin. He tries to get rid of it, but accidentally orders five more. When his children and ex-wife show up to celebrate his son's birthday, the kids are taken with the penguins. And Popper finally gets to connect with his kids while his work suffers.
17 June 2011 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Mr. Popper's Penguins
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Opening Weekend USA: $18,445,355,
19 June 2011
Gross USA: $68,224,452
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $187,361,754
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Even penguin eggs must be kept warm to hatch. The movie implies otherwise. See more
You are falling asleep.
No I'm not.
Hmm, that must be me.
You really should go to bed.
Uh-uh, I'm not leaving him, he's a Popper.
After the end of the credits, you hear one of the penguins hoot three times (but not loud enough to be "Loudy"!) See more
Cues from the Chaplin film 'The Gold Rush'
from The Gold Rush (1925)
Music Composed by Charles Chaplin
Courtesy of Roy Export, S.A.S.
Contains an interpolation of "Flight of the Bumblebee"
Composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov See more