Sunday, September 6, 2015

Shaun the Sheep Movie - Review

When their caretaker is inadvertently sent off into the big city, it's up to Shaun the Sheep, the rest of the flock, and the dog Blitzer to bring him back home. This feature-length film of the beloved stop-motion animated character, who got his start in the Wallace and Gromit short A Close Shave before having his own television series, is a simple enough treat for all ages. The movie is tailored made to be easily digested by viewers around the world due to its complete lack of spoken dialogue save for some pop and rock tunes in the background. The comedic timing is right on point and it's able to weave some emotional investment into its perils and moments of melancholy. It may not bring anything brand spanking new to the table or utterly amaze us beyond its expert animation but it is always beneficial to curl up to a good movie that can warm your heart and make you smile.


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