There is something strange going on in the peaceful town of Mossingham, right after the fantastic rescue mission in Shaun the Sheep Movie (2015). As mischievous Shaun orders in pizza for the woolly flock under the nose of the Farmer, and Bitzer, the ever-watchful sheepdog, a mysterious, fast-moving UFO enters the Earth's atmosphere and crash-lands near the verdant Mossy Bottom Farm. Now, Lu-La, the extraordinary friendly creature from the depths of the galaxy, is in grave danger, light-years away from home. Can Shaun, and the rest of the lambs, lend a helping hand, and protect their new extraterrestrial companion from the Ministry of Alien Detection, and its unstoppable leader, Agent Red?Written by
As with the first Shaun the Sheep movie, a character - in this case an astronaut - is seen wearing a coveted Blue Peter badge. These small badges, displaying a ship on a white background, are awarded by the long-running BBC children's show Blue Peter (1958) to viewers for actions of outstanding merit. See more »
Rope on the winch is sometimes coming the front of the wheel and sometimes off the rear of the winch wheel. See more »
The main title simply reads FARMAGEDDON. See more »
The Netflix version makes the logos shorter and adds in the MPAA logo. See more »
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Farmageddon - Claymated comedy gold
This is a 'Shaun the Sheep' sequel, where a young alien lands on earth and is trying to get back home to his parents in the style of ET. Shaun befriends the alien and a strong bond develops, of course the pair have lots of silly antics.
This is distinctively executed, you'll appreciate the time, effort and care that's gone into this impeccably crafted follow-up, you can even see the fingerprints in the clay on the close-up shots.
Aimed at all ages with gags for kids and many movie references for adults.
Any nationality can enjoy this as well as no words are spoken throughout, just 'baby noises'. However I'd describe the humour as 'British', a non-British audience might not get all the gags. EXCELLENT.
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