After another ingenious evil plan fails, the wolves come up with another wise evil plan to capture the pigs.The wolves' plan is to put a baby wolf at their door so that the pigs will bring it in their house and raise it as their own,and then after it grows up it will become a wolf and leave the key under the welcome mat to their house so the wolves can get in.Their plan works.Will the pigs get eaten or will some mericle save them?
A very funny movie in the same irreverent vein as "Hoodwinked" and the less successful "Happily N'Ever After"
I didn't expect much from this movie, but I was pleasantly surprised by it - I've certainly enjoyed it more than, say "Bee Movie", a much more flashier and expensive animated cartoon.
Take the "Three Little Pigs" story and twisting it around for a modern audience, add a few sly references to "Dr. Strangelove" and not-so-subtle jabs at several other film classics (including the "Three Men and..." series) and mix just enough action and suspense to keep both children and adults happy about it - and you get a winner! The "bohemian" pig, playing "Silo" (think "Halo" for/with animals!) incessantly and using "dude" as his every third word was especially funny. I also enjoyed how the filmmakers openly admitted their lack of a big budget, by making one of the characters literally slap another over the idea of a musical number.
This film was fun to watch, and I hope to see more output from the talented crew that put it together. Bravo! This is definitely a keeper!
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