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Rachael Louise Miller
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I can't understand the other reviewer: Our 5 and a half year old and we ourselves laughed our a**es off in the cinema.
It was such a great work, as ever with Aardman. Even the new logo is over the top great stuff and you can see in every (!) scene the love these guys have for their work. And much work it is, of course.
All the cool hints to other movies (E.T. and Close encounters of the Third Kind) and series (The X Files) are so cool and make it even more worthwile for us adults, watching along with our kids.
As with every Aardman movie or series: Great stuff, keep it coming, please!
We love your work immensely!
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