A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon movie review - Aussieboyreviews


Kids will love it this amusing and delightful sequel to Shaun The Sheep Movie. Farmageddon is charming and suitable for all children.


After an alien with special powers crash-lands near the Mossy Bottom Farm and a sinister organisation try to capture her, Shaun decides to help her return to her home planet safely.

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Movie details

Director: Richard Phelan, Will Becher
Cast: Justin Fletcher, John Sparkes
Writer: Mark Burton, Jon Brown
Release Date (Australia): 9 January 2020
Runtime: 86 minutes/1h 26m
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Family
Country: France, UK, USA
Language: English

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (G)

The film contains very mild crude humour, as well as sequences that feature sense of threat and characters in peril.

Coarse Language (G)

The film includes a single use of the word “damn” within the lyrics of a song.

Nudity (G)

The film includes an animated depiction of buttocks nudity.

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Aussie boy's thoughts

Farmageddon’s alien-related concept won’t attract as many viewers as 2015’s Shaun the Sheep-based movie did, but it’s definitely worth it. For very young children to even older-viewer fans of the TV show and the first film, there’s always an entertaining and satisfying story. However, it’s best to really appreciate the setting before you see this adventure around it.

Alike the previous film and the episodes on TV, there’s brilliant animation with clay-made characters and effects. Plus, Farmageddon continues to maintain the ability to give audiences an understandable story without any conversations that involve actual talking. It’s well-made and executed finely.

Unfortunately, there’s a fair lack of charm throughout this movie’s plot. It’s really great how the story-creators wanted to give us something different and refreshing, other than just repeating the previous film with a different design. The aliens idea is fun, amusing and delightful, but there could’ve been more ideas through it to spark it up, or there could’ve just been a completely different concept.

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