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Plot: When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he bargained for. A mix up with the Farmer, a caravan and a very steep hill lead them all to the Big City and it's up to Shaun and the flock to return everyone safely to the green grass of home. Runtime: 85 mins Release Date: 05 Aug 2015
I never ever go to the cinema I rather wait for the Blu-ray to be released and just paying once but yet I went to London from Spain just to see this movie. I didn't wanna wait for it to be released here. Shaun the Sheep is a brilliant TV show so when I found out a movie was being made I was totally thrilled. Even though going from the 7-minute episode to a full length movie was a big step, I was confident in Aardman to made the transition easily. They didn't disappoint. First, let me say that I love stop-motion; it's such an "intimate" technique due to the fact that you <more>
always have to literally be on top of the character to change it every time he makes the slightest movement. But not only is the technique beautiful, the story doesn't disappoint either. This doesn't feel like a dragged out episode of the show, it feels like a story that goes beyond the usual surroundings of the show while still maintaining how everything works. This movie made me laugh a lot. If there's something that Shaun the Sheep always achieved was the ability to create humor of the most simplest situations. But I also cried a lot. Tears of sadness and happiness. And truthfully, I never expected Shaun the Sheep to reach me so deeply. There's a scene where you can see so much pain in Shaun eyes. And that's just clay! My God, congratulations to whoever did that, it was so moving. And I also had a sweet spot about Slip, the dog that Shaun meets early in the movie and come along for the adventure. She was a new character but she felt like and old member of the gang. I haven't enjoyed a movie so much in a long time. And I haven't felt so many thing with a movie in a long time either. So thank you, Aardman, for giving a fan such a great gift.
No shame in admitting that I laughed & cried when I saw it (by afsalrehman)
I don't usually write reviews. I'm not that type...definitely not but when I saw this movie, something sparkled within me. I felt something...something which I haven't felt for a long time since I last saw the LOTR trilogy, something which made me wanna write this review.Shaun is an excellent character!! Even in simple scenes, that sheep will literally, make you laugh & at the same time, make you cry & not only him. Even his compatriots' actions prove that,"True friends will always stick with you, even in tricky situations" What made me super-excited was the <more>
Music! It's been so long since I heard good music being played in an animated film For me & last time it was the Spongebob film - TERRIBLE! When you got comedy & large amounts of it combined with a little dose of tragedy plus the right music playing in all these scenes, then I really don't see why this movie doesn't deserve less than 10 stars. Matter of fact that's the secret combination behind a successful animated film. This movie left me satisfied...thoroughly satisfied!
Pure entertainment & lots of fun! Bah- ntastic all around. (by elena-papalexopoulou)
So, I had invited my son's friends to do a joint paper for school. They are 9 and they like superhero6, how to train your dragon, that sort of thing. As I wanted to treat them to a cinema, this was the only option available apart from Cinderella, and that was no option for them obviously. So, I booked the tickets and i was so excited as i had read really good reviews, and all day i was reminding them my son and daughter that is that today we will go to the sheep movie. By the time we got to the cinema along with 10 other people, my kids were fed up with the notion of the movie!Once it <more>
started i realised how much fun it would be for me, but still i was not so sure for the other mums and the kids. This was a great animation film yet so different from the one we normally see. The plot was simple, but the execution was impeccable, everything was done with great humor right to the final details. I enjoyed this film quite a lot and this is truly a children s movie for all ages. My three year old also came with us and she sat very content in her seat. I left the cinema in a very happy mood, not haha or excited happy but sort of content and peacefully happy. And yes, kids and parents too enjoyed it immensely, especially the gentleman seating behind us who was laughing all the way...!I want to bah bah all day now.... :
I am a grown male and got the timings wrong to see The Interview and could not be bothered to wait for the next screening so I selected the next film starting.I have never seen the series, so cant judge if this is a good or bad adaptation all I can say this is a truly funny film though aimed at children is funny enough to keep me entertained.The animation is uniformly excellent and honestly kept me guessing from the start to the end whether it was CGI or stop motion, I am still not sure even after reading all the credits. Maybe I didn't read them properly because the theme tune is very <more>
catchy and bounces round the head even now. The story is easy to follow, the characters are likable and there is no trite wince inducing dialogue, everything is mumbled by the humans and the sheep communicate in a variations of bahs. There are some cracking running gags and a smattering of fart jokes. The sheep in disguise have to be seen to believed and the viewer would be surprised what goes on with a horse.The closing credits though long are a fun roll with a funny bit at the end.Watch it. I bet The Interview wont be as much fun.
This was, for me anyway, the usual Saturday afternoon flick with my partner and son to pass an hour or two. To be honest could have been any movie.The movie started sedately enough but gathered pace and complexity with every minute ,throughout the audience was laughing out loud , adults and children alike including me . It had everything for kids and adults, some rude jokes, great references to adult movies. A multi-layered villain, heroes and comedic characters.The animation was stunning but i stopped looking at the animation and got hooked on the story and characters, maybe that's the <more>
way it should be.Definitely worth a hour or so of anybody's time.
The rule of giving a cartoon show its own feature-length movie is usually sacrificing most of what defines its own material to make way for larger ideas or templates to fit in the scale of cinema. We get that issue in many adaptations, which often become a disaster or just loses the essence of what makes it great. Shaun the Sheep is quite a little show for a movie, thus this feature film takes these characters to more places, face an actual villain and develop a character arc to make up for the antics. But thankfully, those didn't hurt what makes this show charming, because apparently, it <more>
stays pretty loyal to its roots and yet feels sincere about the demanded elements that a feature film should have. And the easiest way to describe it, it looks like an extended episode of the show, but with more heart and sights that are appropriate enough in a theatrical form.The film already seems fine at heightening the adventure, but anything else remains faithful to the show's personality. There's no exact dialogue added to appeal wider audiences, it's all physical comedy, but done in its classic way. Though, there's a plot meant to be followed through these playfulness and what often troubles in these cases is it might lead the narrative into contrivances, but in this movie, it doesn't. The story just knows what it's doing and where it's going, even in scenes that seem to be designed for laughs turn out to be essential to the story. And after going through a lot of variety of silliness, the story eventually reveals its big picture. This is a movie that doesn't have any actual talking, but the characters are so full of life that their actions and expressions easily speaks out the heart of the story. That's one of the things to admire in this film.And there's really nothing goes wrong with the animation. It's Aardman! They're the expert of stop-motion, and as said, the animation brims so much life and delight. And it doesn't stop there, the Big City where the story is mostly settled into is filled with details that depicts the environment of modern city. It also explores pop culture, mostly satirizing it, which adds to its set of creative laughs and a sudden conflict for the plot. But the stop-motion is already enough to enjoy the good old claymation.Another cynical theory that Shaun the Sheep Movie might have fell into is being a trifle, possessing only one aim by just bringing these characters to the big screen and nothing else. The trailers sort of make it seem like that, but it's best if the film surprises us with its center and funnier adventures. It's no groundbreaker to the genre or anything, but if you could imagine Shaun the Sheep getting his own movie, this film just perfectly pictures anyone's expectations, except it's sort of better for the heart alone. But then, the stop-motion is always magnificent, and even if the plot wasn't this inspired, it's always cool to see these plasticine come to life, but Aardman have more ambition than that.
Shaun the Sheep - a film that the whole family will enjoy (by trevorwomble)
I considered Aardmans last stop motion effort 'Pirates - in an adventures with scientists' to be a bit of a let down when it was released three years ago and wondered if they had gone off the boil a little bit by trying to appeal to the mass market and thus diluting their witty humour as a result. However after 80 odd minutes of Shaun the Sheep I am happy to report that they are back on track.Shaun is extremely well animated and manages to keep the story ticking along and funny enough to keep your interest without really feeling stretched. Considering as the film has no real dialogue <more>
to speak of that is no mean feat, and is reliant on top notch production design, expressive animation and a script that is entertaining and funny without being overly ridiculous. Whilst the Shaun the Sheep/Timmy Time TV shorts are aimed at young viewers, there is a decent amount of underlying humour here that adults will also engage with and thus it doesn't insult your intelligence the way some films do.After Aardmans infamous falling out with DreamWorks who wanted them to Americanize Wallace & Gromit I did wonder if Aardman had sold out for the mass market after feeling the Sony Pictures distributed Pirates had a whiff of compromise to it, and that's partly why I felt Pirates fell a bit flat. However Aardman have teamed up with an independent European distributor for Shaun and as a result it seems they were allowed to make the film they wanted to make this time round. In effect I was not disappointed with Shaun, the simple but hilarious premise of the TV show is expanded successfully to the big screen with no noticeable compromises for the mass market. That the film is also dialogue free should make it an easy sell abroad too and I'm glad to see the film has been well received.So well done to Aardman for making one of 2015's most enjoyable, entertaining and amusing films so far.
For 'Shaun the Sheep' Aardman Animations gracefully goes back to its roots. If you are not familiar with the character of Shaun, then perhaps I should elaborate. He was first seen in the third Wallace & Gromit short 'A Close Shave'. The world he inhabits has no characters that speak an audible line of dialogue. It is all silent, save for the odd sound effect and the musical score. This is Aardman's sixth feature length film or third if you just count stop-motion.The plot is of course very basic. But that suits the film just fine, it is not trying to be the next <more>
'Inception' and it doesn't need to be. With silent films the simpler the better. Shaun decides that he wants some well deserved time off from his work on the farm. The group or flock want a day off, but they instead end up in rather a mess. Which eventually leads them to the Big City aka London. Meanwhile, through a misunderstanding their farmer is hospitalized with no recollection of whom he is and Shaun. It is up to Shaun and the gang to set the farmer free and return home, before further trouble is had.Queue great scenes that are funny, referential and light hearted. The first factor being the most unexpected, considering that there is no dialogue at all. Meaning that Shaun relies heavily upon visual humour, which works a treat. It never forays into dark territory and thankfully keeps the tone consistently light hearted with good intentions. It would be impossible to list all the references one could find when viewing it, but let me bring up a few. They are, The Shawshank Redemption, The Silence of the Lambs and The Wolverine. So even the adults will get a chuckle out of it. This film really is for all ages.The stop motion animation is fabulous and showcases how far Aardman have come along since 1989's A Grand Day Out. It is even well paced and runs little over seventy-five brief minutes. Meaning it never gets tiresome. But the length proves to still be part of the problem. The film is far too short and I wanted I needed so much more. I would not have minded watching this film even if its running time was in fact doubled. I know this is not a big issue, considering the film is silent and still has warmth, heart and a soul. But, some character development would not have gone amiss.If you are curious as to where 'Shaun' places amongst the other feature length stop motion pictures, then it follows thus; it is greater than 'Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were- Rabbit', but lacks the shear enthusiasm of 'Chicken Run'. But, could the woolly fella ever compete with such grand competition? Probably not, but there is less than a feather between the overall quality of the two.'Shaun the Sheep' to the cynical will no doubt appear to be a cash grab from Aardman. As the gang already have a television show to its name . This could not be further from the truth. Shaun is warm, heartfelt, moving, exciting and soulful. No matter what age you are, you will be in for a delight provided by this excellent film from Aardman, further proving that they can do no wrong. I urge anyone to come forward and say they were bored; the mere thought of which is inconceivable!
13 February 2015 Film of Choice at The Plaza Dorchester This Aftenoon - Shaun The Sheep. I would just like to point out that I was the only adult there without a child.....or maybe I was the only child without an adult!!!!!! Nick Park and his team have done it again. This was classic Aardman animation, with our old pal Shaun. Bored with his mundane life Shaun and his sheepy friends engineer a way to have a day off but all goes drastically wrong when the farmer ends up in the big city with memory loss. It's up to the animals to save him and what follows is a madcap series of events where <more>
nobody questions sheep dressed as humans or any of the antics that occur. Completely without dialogue the story is carried along by the excellent score and gesticulations and a gaggle of bleats, grunts and other indiscriminate noises. As we know animation these days caters for all ages and with various movie references included the adults were definitely laughing at different times to the children. Watching some good old stop motion animation is a very pleasant way to pass the time.