#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Shaun the sheep is tired of doing the same work at the farm everyday. He decides to take a day off. In order to do that, he needs to make sure the farmer doesn’t know. When more happens than they can handle, the sheep find their way in the big city. Now they need to get back to the farm.
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.
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‘Shaun the Sheep Movie’ is the spin-off feature film of a spin-off television series of ‘Wallace and Gromit: The Wrong Trousers’. Boasting the same crew that brought us ‘Chicken Run’ and ‘Wallace and Gromit’, it promised a lot.
The film is made by the Aardman production company and so boasts a pleasant stop-start animation style. This “old-school” way of creating a cartoon is refreshing in the modern world of overused computer imagery and 3D effects.
There is no dialogue whatsoever in this film and so it feels like watching an old cartoon such as ‘Tom and Jerry’. There are subtle nods to other television shows and films such as ‘Breaking Bad’, ‘Hannibal’ and ‘Taxi Driver’ so the parents are kept amused at times.
The story is very easy to follow due to the characters very expressive faces and directions which, being a children’s film, make it a lot more simple and universal.
Overall, ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie’ is a good film for children. It has very cute characters and the animation is very fun. However, it doesn’t have much for any other demographic unlike the company’s previous work. But, saying that, it is an inoffensive and enjoyable film.
> Losing that you love makes you realise its value.
The only reason to I go to Nick is to watch ‘Shaun the Sheep’. This show was watched by many adults as well, a popular one among all the ages. As the fan of this series, we have been waiting very long to get a movie version. I was excited to see it and of course enjoyed it completely. Its impossible one to get disappointed with the movie/show when the narration is led by one of the awesome characters, Shaun. The promotional posters were also created some extra curiosity that imitated the famous Hollywood films like ‘Boyhood’, ‘Wild’, ‘Birdman’ and many others.
Stop-motion is a very-very hard and outdated concept of the animation format, but still loved by many. Every year only one or two get released, sometimes none. The technical sides were upgraded, including bluescreens for backgrounds and other special effects. Still the hard work remains, but qualities are improved. It made significant contributions to the live-shot movies in the old days when there was no CGI. So when we see a movie like this, the product reveals in each and every frames the real vision from the artist and writer’s perspective. Every detail, every corner of the screen tells the story.
It was so good as a television show, because of short and sweetness. The filmmaker intended to create the same magic, except the credits its just a below 80 minute movie. Had a good storyline and a couple of new characters were introduced. Because the new adventure extended its area volume and so the antagonist was needed. Shaun and his buddies set foot outside their barn to find their lost farmer. The journey begins towards the big city and the movie discloses their risky and dangerous undertaking. They go pass lots of stages to accomplish their quest and only the last quarter reveals result with a thrilling chase scene.
Unlike the series, it was not completely a fun movie. There are some emotions involved, and I was amazed by those exhibitions. Because of some kind of childhood connection between Shaun and Co and their owner. That was unexpected, but was really very nice to see the other side of them. We know Shaun is a curious character, he always wants to learn and try new things. So when he has to make an unexpected decision, it does not go as planned and the fun begins with their mischievous adventure in an unfamiliar territory.
As usual without the dialogues, that can be understandable by everyone without a language barrier. A true family movie, from grandparents to grandchildren together watchable flick. Almost a masterpiece, offers a lot of great moments to give ourselves to it. And for the fans its a celebration time for sure. Definitely this movie would get into the final shortlist for the upcoming (2016) Oscars, if not, that would be a shame for the entire ceremony. But for winning, we have to wait till how good ‘The Good Dinosaur’ going to be. In the meantime, don’t miss this little cute flick.
Aardman does it again
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 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.
Sheep’s Day Off
The sheep on a small farm hatch a clever plan to have a day off, but things turn awry as their farmer ends up in the city with amnesia in this animated comedy from Aardman. While based on a television series of the same name, the film works remarkably well even with limited knowledge of the show and characters, though the most remarkable aspect of ‘Shaun the Sheep Movie’ is the complete absence of dialogue. There are some awkward bits in which the human characters mutter incomprehensibly to one another, but for the most part, the film spins an incredibly involving story without the need for spoken words throughout. Not of all the humour is slapstick either, which would have been an easy trap to fall into here. There are some neat visual puns, like a cow literally jumping over the moon, while the funniest moments come from the claymation humans reacting to all the chaos around them (look out for one foreground character’s reaction when the animal catcher becomes stuck inside a horse!). There is also an amazingly funny part in which the sheepdog is mistaken for a surgeon and the patient being operated on is heavily anesthetised after trying to point out his tail to the operating room nurses. Not all of the gags work and the climax is more than a little over-the-top, but this is otherwise a surprising delight from start to finish.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director Mark Burton, Richard Starzak
Writer Mark Burton, Richard Starzak, Nick Park (characters created by)
Actors Justin Fletcher, John Sparkes, Omid Djalili, Richard Webber
Country UK, France, USA, Australia, Japan, Germany, Finland, Ireland, China, Belgium
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 5 wins & 49 nominations.
Production Company Aardman Animations, Anton Capital Entertainment, Studio Canal
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Canon EOS-1D Mark III
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Digital Stills
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Digital Stills (5K) (source format)
Printed Film Format Digital (Digital Cinema Package DCP)