The other day our plans to watch Shaun the Sheep were sidelined in favor of furthering my stepdaughter's education in horror. So after bugging her a bit she agreed to give Shaun a try. That's how it is now, the adults of the household have to convince the kid to watch animated films.
20 years after we were introduced to Shaun the Sheep in Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave, and 130 of his own TV episodes, we now get…
Still love this movie and think it still even works on rewatches when you know exactly where it's headed. The two first acts are entertaining while the third turns into it's own movie.
If the only thing it had going for it was that finale, then it would suffer on revisits, but it has much more going for it then that. It's meta, it has great goofy dialogue and most of all the performances are just fun.
I am Groot.
I am Groot. I AM Groot! I'm Groot. I am GROOT? I'm GROOT! I AM GROOT?! I am Groot! I AM Groot. I'm Groot?! I am GROOT! I'm GROOT? I AM GROOT. I am... GROOT!
I am GROOT. I AM GROOT! I'm GROOT?! I AM Groot? I'm Groot! I am Groot?! I am Groot? I AM Groot?! I'm Groot? I am GROOT?! I'm GROOT. I AM GROOT? I... AM... GROOOOOOOT!
I am Groot.
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Instead of doing a review I will just point out the crap that inhabits this film.
- The shark roars like a lion.
- Mario Van Peebles does a Jamaican accent
- The shark swims from New York to the Bahamas in less then 3 days.
- This is the sequel that popularized the tagline "This time it's personal!"
- African Americans feet apparently look Caucasian under water
- The god damn shark is hunting one family, even…