With his sister stuck in the Christmas tree like an ornament, the Angry Kid sits on the family couch, wearing white gloves and a small crown. He's preparing to tape the Queen's annual ... See full summary »

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With his sister stuck in the Christmas tree like an ornament, the Angry Kid sits on the family couch, wearing white gloves and a small crown. He's preparing to tape the Queen's annual Christmas message as 1999 comes to a close. It takes more than one take for the Kid to discard his usual demeanor for that of the Monarch: "As we leave the old millennium..." But even then, can he pull off the entire script, or will the director have to call central casting? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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No. Not funny.
3 September 2004 | by (The Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I sure love those silly Angry Kid short animations but this one is among the worst of the bunch. The Angry Kid acts like the queen, giving her Christmas adress to the nation in 1999. Obviously, he fails miserably, while his dad (?, it says 'director' on the credited cast on the IMDB pages) is messing with the camera and his kid sister is dangeling behind him in the christmas tree.

It's just not as funny as most of the other shorts by the Aardman folks, although I can think of worse things to do with a minute of free time... On the other hand, I can think of better things as well...

4/10.


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