The unsuccessful actor and vagabond Johnny Mauser needs a change from all the trouble that he has experienced while living in the city. The perfect place to take a little break seems to be ...
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Determined to make her own path in life, Princess Merida (Kelly Macdonald) defies a custom that brings chaos to her kingdom. Granted one wish, Merida must rely on her bravery and her archery skills to undo a beastly curse.
The unsuccessful actor and vagabond Johnny Mauser needs a change from all the trouble that he has experienced while living in the city. The perfect place to take a little break seems to be in Mullewapp, a little village with a cosy little farm. Soon he becomes friends with Franz von Hahn and Waldemar. And when the sheep Cloud suddenly disappears, the three new friends have to manage their first adventure.Written by
This a nice tale for the whole family starting age 3. Simple story with good dialogs, positive message about the importance of friendship, the need to work together rather than isolated, and the importance to be frank. Nice traditional drawing, spare but good jokes. It is clearly an European animation, away from the current average Pixar/Dreamwork production. It is subtler, it is fresher, it does not resort on constant heavy jokes nor special effects ; it's more like a La Fontaine fable. It does not resort on goods versus evils dichotomy ; it tends toward the "Roman de Renard" style rather. The wolf would fit well in Isengrin clothes. Tested on children from 3 to 12 with the same success. A good entertainment for a family afternoon.
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