Shaun The Sheep Movie

Shaun The Sheep Movie
Shaun The Sheep Movie

Year

2015

Duration

82 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Silent

Language

English

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Twenty years after his first appearance, Wallace and Gromit’s cheeky sidekick finally gets his own big screen adventure in this delightful comedy from British animation studio Aardman. Life on the farm is pretty carefree for Shaun and his friends. Bored of the daily routine, Shaun decides to take the day off, but after some very silly, mischievous behaviour he and the rest of the flock are forced to head into the big city to try and rescue the hapless Farmer who has lost his memory. Packed full of slapstick humour and wonderful visual comedy, this dialogue free stop-motion animation will be adored by children of all ages.

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