From the creator of "Bear in the Big Blue House," "It's a Big Big World" features Snook the sloth. He lives in the World Tree with various animal friends including marmosets, a tree frog and an anteater.
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Tim Lagasse ...
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From the creator of "Bear in the Big Blue House," "It's a Big Big World" features Snook the sloth. He lives in the World Tree with various animal friends including marmosets, a tree frog and an anteater.

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Many of these puppeteers come from Bear and the Big Blue House and The Book of Pooh, another show involving Shadowmation. Puppeteers include Aymee Garcia, Carol Binion, Jim Kroupa, James Godwin, Melissa Creighton, Julie Westwood's voice, and Eric Englehart See more »

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Winslow: What's he talkin' about?
Smooch: I have no clue...
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It's A Dull Dull World
6 July 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It isn't hard to believe It's A Big Big World is from the creators of "Bear in the Big Blue House". You got a set of characters who are puppets and a very cheap set.

The main character of the show is a sloth named Snuck. Every little kid's show must have one character who is the wise one with a soft voice while the rest of the characters are the "children" that make mistakes and learn lessons.

In this show you have Bird-Et; A really bratty and prideful bird, Two twin monkeys who of course are energetic as well as a frog, ant eater, turtle and many other okay animals. The characters stand on a level no higher or lower then the average show for kindergarten kids. Kid's probably will identify with the personalities of some of the animals.

You also can't have a clichéd kid's show without musical numbers. To the shows credit, the music is actually quite decent and enjoyable. I'd imagine kids will think so.

I acknowledge that this movie is made for children's innocent entertainment, nevertheless there is one aspect that bothers me greatly. This is a show that is all about the world around us, learning of how animals behave, what plants do and nature in general. You'd think a show like that would make an effort to make it's scenery pleasant to look at. Unfortunately, they don't.

The show is shot with a terrible green screen effect, taking place in a giant tree, inhabited by the shows characters. There isn't one second that the shot of a sloth sitting on this tree house looks convincing. Not only that, but the forest, lighting and sky are badly shot. For some reason, all the green screen scenery is bury and nothing stands out on the screen.

The show doesn't leave the least bit of an appreciation of the big world, because it doesn't show the world in an admirable way. Perhaps the low budget is the blame, however maybe making a TV show about the world wasn't a good idea after all, since your budget is so tiny.


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