Although shot in Squamish, British Columbia and spoken entirely in English, the main market for this film is Brazilian. Woody Woodpecker is a well-known character in the country and reruns of the original cartoon can still be seen on TV to this day. See more »
On Sam Bartlett's name tag, her last name is misspelled as "Barlett." See more »
Written by Alex Geringas, Alex Zamm and William J. Fuller
Performed by Blaze n Vill
Produced by Alex Geringas See more »
I have no idea why the writers found it necessary to start the movie with a broken family plot. Rich dad divorces mom and hooks up with younger sex object who needs a "Xanny" at one point. Why?!
Dad is forced to take kid along on a vacation which really is dad trying to build a mansion in the forest.
I think a key aspect of writing for kids is that the writers have kids. Are we targeting ages 4 - 7? 8 to 10? up to 12 years old (because they won't believe a woodpecker drummed on soup cans to produce Jon Bonham-esque sound).
I feel sorry for anyone who had any role in this project, but mostly anyone who decided to watch it.
Why? Just why.
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