Mack is a loving mallard who says he only wants what is best for his children. He’s also a father who does things, well, a little different. Mack doesn’t believe ducks should migrate. It’s too dangerous, he says. His kids might get hurt, he says. Besides, his New England pond is too beautiful to leave.“It’s a stupid idea.”But then his two children -- son Dax and daughter Gwen -- meet a few ducks who do migrate. These ducks describe a tropical paradise with sun and sand. It’s warmer there. It even has bananas!“You will love migrating!” one of the ducks tells Dax and Gwen.But can they talk their father into it?The new film Migration (PG) follows the charming story of dad Mack, mom Pam, and their two kids as they take along Uncle Dan and embark on their first-ever family trip south to Jamaica. It stars Kumail Nanjiani as Mack, Elizabeth Banks as Pam, Danny DeVito as Dan, and Awkwafina as a pigeon named Chump.Here are three things parents should know:Photo credit: ©Illumination; used with permission.