Monkey Up (2016)

Director
Robert Vince

Main cast
John Ratzenberger; Caleb R. Burgess; David Milchard; Kayden Magnuson; Erin Allin O'Reilly

Genres
Comedy, Family

Description
The all-new family comedy about a talking monkey seeking to gain fame and fortune as a movie star, but instead finds what's most important, a family.


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