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What happens in the barn stays in the barn
When things get crazy at the farm, it's up to a boisterous bovine named Otis (voiced by Kevin James) to save the day in this computer-animated tale. The animals in this barnyard sing, dance and party, but Otis's stern dad (Sam Elliott) warns the crew to keep their cool around humans. Troublemaker Otis rarely listens to his pop, but when the farmer disappears and the animals go nutty, the young cow realizes he must stop the madness.
This film was an udder embarrassment.
Yeah for the most part this film is not the best. However it does have some emotional moments with Otis and Ben. I don't reccomend watching this unless you watched the TV Show like I did.
A sometimes very cute film, at other times a very tedious film in how cute it tries to be. The cows themselves and their animation design are pretty fantastic. Otherwise, this is really aimed more towards kids and happens to be something adults can sometimes enjoy.
It has some strong voice talents and a couple of good moments, but Barnyard suffers from poor animation, a great lack of humour and an atmosphere that may creep kids out instead of keeping them entertained
Why does the male cow have udders?
Note: date not accurate as I forgot to record it for a few films in 2006.
My review -- this film is now on DVD and I don't know how they did it but it actually has a solid profit margin of roughly $65 million. The plot of this computer animation film project is as follows, the viewer meets Otis a lazy dairy cow that enjoys messing around and taking no responsibility for his actions that is until one day his father tragically dies and he is left to protect the yard from invaders. Now I would like to begin this film review by saying I am generally trying to get through these films and put something positive down, but at the moment I seem to be going through every film I touch is either highly…
Pretty insane CGI animated flick that is similar to HOODWINKED in its el-cheapo visuals but isn't anywhere near as funny. It’s genuinely amusing in places, as you'd expect from Steve Oederkerk writing and directing, but it mostly sucks and a lot of the time makes little sense.
Funny movie is entertaining, forgettable.
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