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A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (2019)

Animation | Comedy  | Fantasy
IMDB Rayting:   7.0/10
Country: UK | France
Language: English

When an alien with amazing powers crash lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun the Sheep goes on a mission to shepherd the intergalactic visitor home before a sinister organization can capture her.

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Paradroid78 20 October 2019

This is basically a Shun the Sheep version of ET. Fun for all the family, and plenty of movie references for sci-fi fans.

It knows it's silly, and goes out of its way to enjoy itself.

Easily one of the best animated movies of 2019.

shaunalappin 16 October 2019

I loved the forst Shaun film, and particularly enjoy the craft that goes into making Aardman as great as they are.

This film felt expertly crafted to cater for younger audiences, which is perfect and as it should be. It's nice to see Aardman putting so much warmth into their story - which almost certainly borrows heavily from your fave scifi film - and the animation is some of the most vibrant and colourful stop frame I've ever seen. A true feast for the eyes and comfort for the heart.

A beautiful triumph, congratulations to all involved in its production, the hard work shows and pays off in spades.

coombsstephen 19 October 2019

You know what you are getting with an Aardman film and to be honest I love it. Brilliantly stupid slapstick comedy with a British theme and plenty enough jokes subtly aimed at adults.

The story of this film is aimed at the very young but it doesn't really make any difference to the film it is still funny for all ages.

It's harmless fun and worth a visit for all the family.

hectorrutter 14 October 2019

It's too good

Clank_Zoka 20 October 2019

Aardman is back once again with another unique stop-motion film, this time a sequel to their 2015 animated film, however this is quite a special accession, this is the first animated feature film sequel in history to be stop-motion, most of the time, they are 3D and 2D, but we never got a stop-motion sequel which is quite rare, Wallace and Gromit doesn't really count since they are short films, this is a fully length feature film, it's been a year since we last saw them on the big screen, Aardman's last film was Early Man which was released last year in 2018, which was a really funny and great stop-motion film, as you can tell, Aardman has had a great track of unforgettable projects, like the previously mentioned Wallace & Gromit, Creature Confronts, Chicken Run, Arthur Christmas and so much more!, so I was quite excited for this new animated film from them, it's always a pleasure to watch what they have made, stop-motion is such a delight and some true to behold!, but with Off-Beat Director Will Becher and animator Richard Phelan taking over the directors chair instead of Mark Burton and Richard Starzak from the first film, so hopefully they can deliver something special, so the film was released in the UK on the 18th of October and I saw it yesterday and...... I really like it!, Aardman still hasn't disappointed me!, so let's talk about it!.

Shaun and the flock are always up to mischief on Mossy Bottom Farm, however Bitzer won't let him do anything of what he loves, which to Shaun's dismay, he's quite fed up by Bitzer's orders, however he discovers something very strange in the barn, a little cute alien named Lu-La, she is trying to get home, however there is a government agent named Red who is going after Lu-La and then capture her, so it's up to Shaun and the gang to get Lu-La back to her space ship and get her back home, while that's going on, the Farmer has started a attraction based on the ufo sightings, he has started a little fair called "Farmageddon", hopefully for him to get lots of money to buy this new combine harvester, like the first film, the plot is fairly straight forward and very simple, but that's kind of the charm of Shaun the Sheep, the simplicity is part of what makes the TV-show, the first and this sequel work, it has a lot to work with and it has something for everyone, it's clever, laugh-out-loud comedy delivers some great visual gags and subtle references to Sci-fi films, it isn't for the sake of a joke, they do it to make use of their animation and tell their story also, as you can tell, it has no lines or dialogue, so in other words, there is no talking, which is good, because it can tell it's story with visuals and make it easier for everyone to understand what's going on and that's he beauty of it, weither it's straight forward or not, visually story telling is a unique way of carrying out a third act structure film and this film did it in a brilliant, it still has that British charm and sense of atmosphere to it also, making it feel incredibly British and funny at the same time!, it has the right amount of heart and it is incredibly sweet, so at least it shows that Aardman does care about what they make, okay sure, it's simple, it's predicable and it's nothing new, but it's in the execution that makes it all worth it, the well timed comedy, the clever slapstick and visual gags, the heartfelt and sweet moments and two great end credit scenes (seriously, watch until the end, there is a mid cr

lestarte 18 October 2019

I can't understand the other reviewer: Our 5 and a half year old and we ourselves laughed our a**es off in the cinema. It was such a great work, as ever with Aardman. Even the new logo is over the top great stuff and you can see in every (!) scene the love these guys have for their work. And much work it is, of course. All the cool hints to other movies (E.T. and Close encounters of the Third Kind) and series (The X Files) are so cool and make it even more worthwile for us adults, watching along with our kids. As with every Aardman movie or series: Great stuff, keep it coming, please! We love your work immensely!

Fudge-3 20 October 2019

The farmyard gets a close encounter of the third kind.

I was going to say 'herd kind' but that would have been a terrible pun and not very accurate. This film is worth much more than that.

Without any dialogue as such, just like the first Shaun the Sheep movie, this film tells a perfectly understandable story with wit and skill. It really is beautifully crafted. The gag count is high from beginning to end and everyone from your three-year-old nephew to your deaf granddad will be thoroughly entertained. Even the end titles are worth watching through.

The humour is mostly physical slap-stick. Smart sheep, hapless humans, perilous pizza.

I like the pizza.

joefletch-16443 25 October 2019

I enjoyed the first shaun the sheep movie. So I had high hopes for this one and I was not disappointed. It is another charming funny film from aardman and it is awsome. Stay till the mid credit scene.

brankovranjkovic 31 October 2019

Stop-motion animation.

This is a 'Shaun the Sheep' sequel, where a young alien lands on earth and is trying to get back home to his parents in the style of ET. Shaun befriends the alien and a strong bond develops, of course the pair have lots of silly antics.

This is distinctively executed, you'll appreciate the time, effort and care that's gone into this impeccably crafted follow-up, you can even see the fingerprints in the clay on the close-up shots.

Aimed at all ages with gags for kids and many movie references for adults. Any nationality can enjoy this as well as no words are spoken throughout, just 'baby noises'. However I'd describe the humour as 'British', a non-British audience might not get all the gags. EXCELLENT.

Pjtaylor-96-138044 18 October 2019

Even though it's nowhere near as good as its predecessor, 'A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (2019)' is still an entertaining effort from Aardman, who remain one of the foremost animation studios. As you'd expect, it's drenched in charm. It's not particularly funny, though. Don't get me wrong, it's amusing and often chuckle-worthy. It's just that there weren't many - if any - really big laughs, which were frequent in the first flick. Still, it has oodles of charm, as I mentioned, and is a terrifically tactile affair, the stop-motion being propelled by a slightly 'home-grown' feel that's accentuated by its slight imperfections (fingerprints, for example). The craft on display here is actually amazing. It's most obvious in the animation but it also extends to the writing. It's essentially a silent movie, one that transcends all boundaries of language and, even, age. The fact that it manages to tell a full story, packed with character arcs and backstories, without dialogue is a huge achievement. It's not just about the gags, it's about the heart. Of course, its broad narrative is rather obvious if you stop to think about it. Nevertheless, it's great fun. It does skew slightly young with its humour, but a surprising number of its more childish gags still hit rather hard and it's packed with referential, pun-based detail destined to delight any sci-fi fan. It isn't complicated, but it's enjoyable. You'll probably be smiling all the way through. I do think its 'supporting sheep', so to speak, are a little short-changed as they're mostly relegated to a side-plot. Still, a bit of wholesome entertainment can go a long way; this goes to outer-space. 7/10

smithvtr 31 October 2019

Im a 38 year old male from England, i grew up with the Wallace & Gromit films and loved them, even creature comforts before that. I have a 10 year old son who ive watched all the shaun the sheep programmes with and we both really enjoy them as it has elements of humor for both our age groups. However this film is lacking any sort of humor aimed for the mums and dads, its purely aimed at children which made it very boring to watch. My son enjoyed it he was laughing at parts but i found the jokes predictable and out of date. My 6 year old daughter fell asleep in the cinema and my eyes were going in parts. What a let down.

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