Taxi Driver: Reloaded
Taxi Driver: The Return
Taxi Driver: Back in Action
It's just Taxi Driver again
Beautifully animated with a great sense of humor and a strong emotional core. But it lacked the same cleverness the previous Shaun The Sheep movie had. It's a fairly typical friendly alien story, and while the film is rife with fun references, it doesn't quite do enough to hide the reliance on tropes.
Animation junkies will greatly enjoy this however; the animation is fluid and expressive, with incredible lighting and an insane amount of detail packed into every single frame.
Overall, a great and sweet film for children with phenomenal animation, but older fans of Shaun will find that something is missing.
A very touching movie about growing up, although not as funny as I expected (or hoped). Waititi shines his brightest when embracing the goofy comedy he's known for, and those moments in the film were some of its strongest. However, his dramatic abilities are certainly effective and interesting enough to make this film deeply enjoyable. It's a very childlike film, and the use of devices like imaginary friends, authority figures and naivety to communicate the story and themes are clever, engrossing and unique.
While watching, I never stopped wishing for more of his trademark comedy, but yet again I'm impressed with Waititi's latest offering.
Beautiful animation and an interesting concept, but loses steam throughout its feels-too-long runtime. Which at only 1hr20mins, isn't a good thing. There are enough clever and beautiful moments that would've made it excel as a 40-50min film, but as it stands too much feels unnecessary. However, it's worth the watch for the unique concept and gorgeous visuals. The music is good too.