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The Bad Guys

The Bad Guys
The Bad Guys

Film Details

Year

2022

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Crime

Language

English (English subtitles)


Synopsis

Wolf, Snake, Shark, Tarantula, and Piranha are ‘The Bad Guys’, a wicked criminal gang known for their elaborate heists who strike fear into the general public. Each member has their own set of skills, from disguises to codebreaking, and they make a great team. When their latest theft goes wrong, however, the five lawbreakers are set to spend time behind bars. Wolf, the gang’s leader, thinks quickly and plants the idea that they could be rehabilitated by the city’s beloved public figure Professor Marmalade, a guinea pig who loves to do good deeds. While Professor Marmalade puts together a training programme which encourages good values such as kindness and sharing, The Bad Guys are planning their most audacious heist yet. ‘The Bad Guys’ is a comic crime caper which explores stereotypes and our ability to change for the better.

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U Classification

mild threat, very mild bad language, comic violence, rude humour

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