Shaun the Sheep: The Movie (DVD)

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Description

Aardman, the creators of Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run, bring you Shaun The Sheep - The Movie.

Shaun is a clever, mischievous sheep who lives with his flock on Mossy Bottom Farm, under the nominal supervision of The Farmer. Despite Shaun s best efforts, life on the farm has got into a bit of a rut, and Shaun concocts a cunning plan - to have a day off. Events rapidly escalate out of control and Shaun s mischief inadvertently leads to the hapless farmer being taken away from the farm and into the Big City.

With the flock s help, Shaun must leave the farm for the first time in order to rescue The Farmer. But how will the sheep survive? Can they avoid being recognised as sheep and thus avoid the clutches of a fearsome animal catcher? In the course of an action-packed adventure they experience a host of wild and funny mishaps, as well as meeting new and interesting characters, including a little orphan dog called Slip who makes Shaun realise that having a home and a family is not something to be taken for granted.

Product Details

Barcode
6009516621017
Department
Movies & TV
Released
26 Jun 2015
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Kids & Family
Sub-genre
Animation
Region
Region 2
Year
2015
Language
English
Sound Format
Stereo
Runtime
82 min
Age Restriction
A
Trailer
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

Great movie for all ages.

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Finally got to watch this charming little movie that should be classified as an instant animated classic. The movie was nominated this year for Best Animated feature at the Oscars. In my opinion it was definitely better than Inside Out that actually won.

The plot is about Shaun deciding to take a break from the mundane everyday life, but soon everything goes haywire, which results that he and his gang sets off to the city. There are some really funny moments, especially the restaurant scene.

Just note that there are no proper dialogue in the movie at all, just some grunts and sheep noises, which is part of its charm.

Bottom line, don't miss this movie. Can't wait for a sequel.