The Rotoscopers are together for their very first live video show with a discussion and review of the critically acclaimed Aardman Animations stop-motion film Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015). Join along for the Shaun the Sheep Movie podcast for episode 101 of the Animation Addicts Podcast!
Shaun the Sheep Movie podcast
- Main discussion: Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015)
- It did very poorly at the U.S. box office despite being critically acclaimed. Why do you think that happened?
- No dialogue! Makes the other elements of the film (visuals, comedy, score) step up.
- No need to be a Shaun the Sheep TV viewer to jump right into this film!
- Amnesia in films. A common trope to create drama and tension.
- The dog catcher is probably just a former cop who was let go from the squad.
- It isn’t a pet movie with a trip to the dog pound.
- The Farmer’s social media/viral rise to stardom as a celebrity hairstylist.
- Chelsea enlightens us on what a “classy fart joke” is.
- What makes Shaun the Sheep Movie so great: Shuan, dumb sheep herd, filthy party pigs, and the adorable baby sheep Timmy.
- We rate it!
- Voicemail: Sarah
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