shaun the sheep movie movie review - Aussieboyreviews
IS THE ADVENTURE IN SHAUN THE SHEEP MOVIE JUST AS FUN FOR CHILDREN AS THE TV SHOW?
Shaun The Sheep Movie is a great animated family-comedy based on the show. Kids will find it entertaining and funny, with a fun story and great ideas.
When Shaun and the flock decide to take the day off and relax, they end up traveling to the Big City in search of their missing farmer. However, they run into a little more action than they expected.
Director: Richard Starzak, Mark Burton
Cast: Justin Fletcher, John Sparkes, Omid Djalili, Kate Harbour
Writer: Richard Starzak, Mark Burton
Release Date (Australia): 26 March 2015
Runtime: 85 minutes/1h 25m
Genre: Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Country: UK, France
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The film contains very mild thematic elements such as crude humour, scary scenes and sequences that feature sense of threat and peril.
The film contains scenes of slapstick violence that is very mild in impact.
There is an animated depiction of a man’s upper buttocks.
PG (for rude humor)
Aussie boy's thoughts
The movie is basically just the typical episode of the TV show, except it’s extended, funner and more original. Shaun the Sheep Movie is another one of those exceptionally cute kids’ animations that you can’t deny is sweet, but it surprisingly does much more than just delivering pleasurable entertainment to children.
Fans of the show and those looking for family-friendly animations need to make a definite stop here. Alike the episodes you’d see on TV, the movie totally avoids verbal dialogue and sticks to visual themes that’ll creatively make sure you’re correctly understanding the events, occurrences and the purpose. Since the creators have all amounts of minutes they can fit an appealing story into, they choose something the series wouldn’t do and they design a sustained adventure.
The stop-motion clay animation is just as bright and witty as it is in the show. The music, sound effects and the grunting or laughing or “baaaa”ing noises the characters make are totally flawless. And the tale is just as likely to please and entertain as much adults as it will with children.
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