Blacky, a black sheep, is the terror of the farm. And she is obsessed with going to the Moon. Kanuto, the sheepdog, gets tangled up in her plans while failing to hide his love for her. They...
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Blacky, a black sheep, is the terror of the farm. And she is obsessed with going to the Moon. Kanuto, the sheepdog, gets tangled up in her plans while failing to hide his love for her. They get swept away in an adventure where they meet an opera-singing cow, a fashion designer wolf, illegal sewing spiders, a weird couple of birds from some famous singing TV reality show contest, and a peculiar pack of dogs, the 'Pastrinos', who have a rocket ready to launch. And of course, Pinky, the Godzilla-sized sheep, with a bad attitude of lunar proportions. Written by
Pariente, Angel E.
The sexualisation of animals used to indoctrinate toddlers into pop culture
This is quite frankly the most disturbing movie I've ever seen.. Between the full sexualisation of baby animals, prominent buttocks being waved in the camera half the time, such characters wearing lipstick and having their hair done, acting like you're average two-bit Beyonce impersonating slag whore that probably watches nothing but reality TV, and pretty much half the conversations being flirting, while the methodology of the dialogue and pace is clearly aimed at 4 year olds and under.. I couldn't say what scares me the most.
The entire movie is just about advocating that agenda, to brainwash your kids into thinking that stupidity, vanity, and selfishness are the key virtues you should uphold, that life is only about having sex and looking good, and that you need to be 'cool' to have any value as a human being.
This was honestly even more creepy than Alpha & Omega, and the idea that toddlers are watching this really makes me worried for the future of the human race.
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