Based on a true story, Let Me Go explores the lingering impact of dark family secrets on future generations.
Stills / Trailer
The naughty little monkey from Margret Rey and H.A. Rey’s beloved children’s stories makes the leap to the big screen in this animated adaptation.
Ted (voice of Will Ferrell) is an explorer with a large yellow hat who is good friends with Bloomsberry (voice of Dick Van Dyke), who runs a natural history museum. Bloomsberry’s greedy son, Bloomsberry Junior, wants to tear down his dad’s museum and put a parking ramp in its place, but the elder Bloomsberry is convinced that a spectacular new exhibit could save the museum from the wrecking ball. Ted heads to Africa on an expedition to find some special artifacts that will keep his friend in business, but while he’s there he befriends a playful monkey he calls George. While George is friendly, he has a taste for mischief and seems to always get Ted in hot water; Ted thinks he’s seen the last of his simian friend when his ship heads back to America, until he discovers that George managed to hide aboard the boat before it set sail. Ted’s search for a eye-catching exhibit proved to be a failure, and Ted and his good friend Maggie (voice of Drew Barrymore), a schoolteacher who’s sweet on him, struggle to find of a way to save Bloomsberry’s museum. But time becomes precious for Ted when George has an entire new city to explore.
All tickets $10.
86 mins / English
Director — Matthew O'Callaghan