Animated Movies, Indie-mation, Reviews

Indie-Mation Club Week 9: ‘Charlotte’s Web’

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A fair is a veritable smorgasbord and so is the animated film Charlotte’s Web! Based on the beloved children’s novel by E.B. White, 1973’s Charlotte’s Web tells a sweet story of a runt pig and his friendship with a talented spider. The film doesn’t just stick with the literary story, but elevates it even further with great songs by frequent Disney team, Richard and Robert Sherman. It’s bubbly, sweet and holds up quite well.

With Passover, Easter, and other Spring events happening this weekend, it is the perfect time to dust off Charlotte’s Web and give it a watch. We will have a full review on Monday, but we are confident you will enjoy the great characters, animation, music, and story.

We would also love to get feedback from you guys about whether you are enjoying the club and watching these eclectic films. Let us know what we can do to make the experience even better!

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About Rachel Wagner

Rachel has loved animation since she was a little girl singing songs from The Little Mermaid at the top of her lungs. She currently works in social media marketing and loves to blog and vlog about Disney, Pixar and all kinds of movies in her free time. Her favorite movie is Up and she considers herself quite the Cinderella aficionado seeing every version she can get her hands on. She also loves animated TV shows like Simpsons, Gravity Falls, Star Wars Rebels and more. Follow her on twitter @smilingldsgirl
  • Yellow

    I watched this movie a few years ago for the first time since I was a kid. It brought back an insane amount of memories.

  • Michael Joseph

    This film isn’t an indie animated film…

    • Rachel Wagner

      We are using a very broad definition and just trying to get people to see past Disney and DreamWorks for this club. It’s just semantics so we hope you enjoy the review