The Wild Life

Synopsis: On a tiny exotic island, Tuesday, an outgoing parrot lives with his quirky animal friends in paradise. However, Tuesday can't stop dreaming about discovering the world. After a violent storm, Tuesday and his friends wake up to find a strange creature on the beach: Robinson Crusoe. Tuesday immediately views Crusoe as his ticket off the island to explore new lands. Likewise, Crusoe soon realizes that the key to surviving on the island is through the help of Tuesday and the other animals. It isn't always easy at first, as the animals don't speak "human." Slowly but surely, they all start living together in harmony, until one day, when their comfortable life is overturned by two savage cats, who wish to take control of the island. A battle ensues between the cats and the group of friends but Crusoe and the animals soon discover the true power of friendship up against all odds (even savage cats).
Production: StudioCanal
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91 min


Oh, disc it.

Task it a buiscuit, hold Dr. Ceci.

Stop your plan it.



We'll be shadow puppets.

Why haven't got me breakfast yet, either?


Shadow puppets?

Seriously mate. You are one

kidney short of a meat pie.

I was..

Give me.


Get off of me,

you good for nothing feline, cat!

Say you can't even get a nice

sleep without some fleery, limey?

Signal fire off the starboard bow!

Signal fire!

Starboard bow!

Captain, captain!

Wake up!

You waky, waky!

Attack! Board the ship!

Here, swashbucklirus, and what is it!

Bosun, is you?

Sorry to wake you, captain.

But there's a signal fire on the small

Island off the starboard side.

What course of action shall we be taking.

Let me have a look.

Some sort of house on fire.

What's this?

Fire abroad side!

Drive those bloody beasts off.

Aye, aye Captain!

Then go and bring back whoever he is.

And Bosun, make sure they leave

nothing behind of any value.

Will do, captain.


What you go by fellow?

Crusoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Looks like them wild beasts

nearly had you for dinner.

Lucky we found you when we did.

Oh, they are my.

Hold on a second mate.

Let's have a look in there.

Not a single gold tooth in his head.



Hey, ye've been one lucky bloke.

Crusoe, isn't?

I'm in your debt, Captain.

Ney! Plus me eagle eye

night watch then saved yer hide.

Well, let me tell ye, blasterd bird!

No captain, he's with me.

No captain.

He's with me.

A talking parrot.

What skull duggery is this?

Trying to talk yerself, did ya?

Yes captain.

Drink up, that'll start yer stump smith.

Now, tell me more about this island of yarn.

Is there anything of...

shall we say. value on it?

All I can say is that.

I was shipwrecked, marooned.

Fending for myself with nothing

but time and very few skills to survive.

Sorry about that.

I see the bird has taught

ye how to drink as well.

That's not very polite Tuesday,

you'll have to wait outside, I'm afraid.

Fending for myself?


Listen. You two wanna hear the

true tale of Robinson Crusoe?

Of sure,

we're all ears,

or at least Cecil here is.

Hey, come on, Ruf.

It all begin like every other day

before Crusoe came to my island.

Just another day in paradise,

every day was the same.

Beautiful turquoise water,

blue skies and lots of delicious fruit.

Sounds perfect right?

Boring if you ask me.

How much paradise can a bird take.

I really wanted to get off this island.

Let's see what's been washed up today?

Of course, more of these.

What's this?

This can be promising.

Hey guys, it is lool out time

Hey... be right there.

Hi Rosie, check out these delicious traits.

Gorgeous, just gorgeous.

Just look at all those bugs.

The beetles are the best.

Crunchy on the outside,

with a soft gooey center.

Hey, where did it go?

My kind of vermin.

You thief.

Carmello, that wasn't very nice.

Aren't you joining us for

a lool out today Mac?

We're all here.

Yeah, I'll be right there,

do we really need to lool out every day?

So, what did you bring today?

I'm not sure what it is.

I meant food for the lool out.

Of course he didn't bring

anything for the lool out.

This is beautiful.

Hey, guys, guys,

I think I really found

something important this time.

Check this out!



Scrubby, you're really going blind.

Over here!

Smells delicious.

No, no, is not food.

It's proof that there's more

to the world than just our island.

Here we go again.

It's true.

Can't we just eat in peace for once.

Sure, no problem,

just as long as you can tell

me where this came from.

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