Barnyard

Barnyard
Barnyard

Year

2006

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

When the farmer's back is turned, fun-loving cow Otis and friends have a whale of a time. But their carefree existence is under threat from a pack of wily coyotes, and Otis soon realises it's going to take more than wisecracking to save his family and friends... A funny tale with a valuable message at its heart, Barnyard features a cast of wacky farmyard characters you might recognise from the popular Nickelodeon series Back at the Barnyard, which is based on the film.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language, mild violence and scary scenes

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