A young pig with an important job, and a new friend who changes everything. In a desolate future, one small town has survived because of a large windmill dam that acts as a fan to keep out ... See full summary »
A fun movie for a saturday afternoon. Suitably for both children and adults, though the humor seems somewhat too unidimensional. The Käpt'n Blaubär book is praised as pretty good reading with some deep thoughts (I haven't read it so far), but it doesn't seem to have too much in common with the film in that respect. Probably like comparing the Dilbert Principle with the comic strip.
The characters are known from TV but are much more developed there than in the movie. To me it seems like nothing more than a money-making scam riding on the popularity of the TV-show and the book.
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