Watch: Charming & Inspirational New 'Dolphin Tale' Theatrical Trailer

June 15, 2011
Source: Yahoo

Dolphin Tale Trailer

"In this changing world, it's harder than ever to find something extraordinary. But every once in a while, a symbol of hope breaks through." Warner Bros has debuted the new theatrical trailer for their inspirational family movie Dolphin Tale, the new "Free Willy of 2011" starring 13-year-old Nathan Gamble and Morgan Freeman, as well as Harry Connick Jr., Ashley Judd and Kris Kristofferson. This looks incredibly charming and uplifting, as completely expected. I like that the kid uses his computer easily to find Freeman, but after that it gets a little overly sentimental. It may still be a great film, so check it out anyway.

Watch the theatrical trailer for Charles Martin Smith's Dolphin Tale from YouTube:

You can also watch the Dolphin Tale trailer in High Definition on Yahoo

Inspired by the remarkable true story of a courageous dolphin named Winter and the compassionate people who banded together to save her life, including the heartwarming friendship between a boy and the dolphin.

Dolphin Tale is directed by actor/filmmaker Charles Martin Smith, who has directed numerous cheesy movies over his career, including Fifty/Fifty, Air Bud and Stone of Destiny. The screenplay was written by Karen Janszen (A Walk to Remember, Gracie) and Noam Dromi. Warner Bros is bringing Dolphin Tale to theaters everywhere in 3D starting on September 23rd this fall. Is anyone planning on going to see this?

Find more posts: Opinions, To Watch, Trailer



its flipper meets freewilly  meets that one about the surfer girl who lost the arm 😛

Anonymous on Jun 16, 2011


Damn, he's right you know. A slightly wet trifecta.

Anonymous on Jun 16, 2011


After watching The Cove, I can't take any type of media that exploits dolphins seriously.

Mr. Teeny on Jun 16, 2011


It's so feelgood it makes me want to slit my throat.

Anonymous on Jun 16, 2011


Free willy is a fond memory from my childhood. This doesn't look that good, but if it can inspire children the way it used to back in the day, then I approve

Anonymous on Jun 16, 2011


Ok....for you slightly depressed people, it's time to wake up and smell reality.  Ricardo_PT, you're the close exception.   Inspire children or hope.  Fighting for a cause.  That's a part of life.  How many have truly met & talked with a person with a disability????  Somehow I doubt you have (and will apologize if you really have).  These people have thoughts, feelings, inspiration...just the same as most of us do.  If a movie can leave them, their family, or their friends feeling better, inspired, or (dare we say it) hopeful....then a step has been taken to make the world a better place.

Momto2Aspies on Jul 13, 2011

New comments are no longer allowed on this post.



Subscribe to our feed or daily newsletter:

Follow Alex's main account on Twitter:

For only the latest posts - follow this:

Add our posts to your Feedlyclick here

Get all the news sent on Telegram Telegram