To the annoyance of her cat a kindly witch allows a dog, a bird and a frog who have helped her retrieve things she has lost to ride on her broomstick, making it top heavy. The broom is ... See full summary »
Stick Man lives in the family tree with his Stick Lady Love and their stick children three, and he's heading on an epic adventure across the seasons. Will he get back to his family in time for Christmas?
The wallpaper in Red's home is a pattern of mistletoe, a reference to Part One when a sprig of mistletoe brings Red and Snow White together. It's also the name of the winning horse from Part One. See more »
First, any intelligent middle schooler and any age above that will find the interconnected series of Roald Dahl poems unexpectedly funny; creatively twisty; a bit disturbing; and in the end perhaps morally instructional. Cinderella, Red Riding, Wolf, Pigs, Jack, Snow have their true (supposedly) now intersecting stories told. Second, the animations; compositing; modeling; renderings; voice acting and subtle background music all complete a well thought out first rate production. Third, the detailed subtleties/nuances in the characters and their actions (the awkward smile; the tilt of the head; the shifty eyes) keep you completely absorbed into that character.
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