To the Editor: I just wanted to give a heads-up to parents about the new movie Madagascar III. First, let me say that I really enjoyed the first two movies, and found the characters endearing and the plot interesting. But, it almost seemed like Madagascar III was not made by the same people who made the first two movies. The animation, instead of being detailed and realistic (well, at least cartoon-realistic), was more like a neon Spirograph. But the main problem with the movie, and the reason I am counseling my friends to avoid it, is the bigotry it displays. It is very denegrating to the French and Canadians. I was very disappointed to see this kind of message in a movie targeted at the young audience.
C. David Eagle