A faithful animated retelling of the classic story by novelist George Orwell that sees farm animals split into conflicting groups.
Age group7+ years
I really liked well I LOVED this film I thought there was a story in this film which is ' Treat people like how you want to be treated '. So I very much liked it. This film is about a farm of animals and their farmer treats them very bad and unkindly. So then they set up a tribe kinda thing. My favourite character is the little duckling because hes just so cute and helpless. I also like Snowball the pig because hes very concerned about the groups life. My favourite part was when they were having a meeting and the duckling was at the back and couldn't see so the horse helped the duckling get to the front by lifting it up. I thought that was a good bit. I liked the music because it was classic music but the instruments were animal sounds instead so that was unique. I thought that this teaches humans like us , how we should behave towards each other. I thought that the camera shots were the same shots every now and again. I would 6+ because it shows death and murder. And I felt like it should have been a PG.Print this review
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