Chicken Run is an absolute masterpiece of animated filmmaking. The film is a delightful and hilarious adventure that will leave audiences of all ages in awe. The stop-motion animation is breathtakingly beautiful, and the attention to detail in every scene is simply astounding.
The characters are brilliantly crafted, with each chicken having a unique personality that makes them easy to root for. The voice acting is top-notch, with Mel Gibson and Julia Sawalha delivering standout performances. The film's story is both heartwarming and engaging, with plenty of twists and turns to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.
But what really sets Chicken Run apart is its humor. The film is filled with witty one-liners and clever sight gags that will have both kids and adults laughing out loud. The comedy is both smart and accessible, making it a film that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Overall, Chicken Run is a must-see film that is sure to become a classic in the world of animation. It's a film that will make you laugh, cry, and fall in love with its charming characters. If you haven't seen it yet, you're missing out on one of the greatest animated films of all time. A perfect 10/10.
Best Animated Feature Oscar winner of **** the award existed any year earlier.
This is a flick that is not manufacturing the analogy of chickens, but with their nature to escape their owners who are on the verge of making blood money.
Mrs. Tweedy's farm produces eggs, and the greedy landlord demands her chickens a good share of the day's production, or they end up in the pot. Therefore, the chickens face decided to organize and escape. Ginger is one of the ringleaders, already has many punishments for her rebellion, and the countless failed escape attempts have demoralized the whole hen house. When they all began to settle for their fate, there arises Rocky, an American **** that seems to be able to fly and that breathes new life into the prisoners' dreams of freedom.
It's decidedly a remarkable film in every respect. Reminds me of the movie "The Great Escape". Personally, I think the creators were inspired a lot in this film to idealize the whole plot. The scenarios are quite detailed and the soundtrack is very good. Technically, stop-motion animation (it's an Aardman Studios movie, and stop-motion is almost a studio tradition) is very good. It's not as good as in newer movies, where other materials were used, but it's positively realistic.
I remember this being one of the animations I always used to watch over and over as a kid. Wallace and Gromit style with witty humor and hilarious actions these chickens are supported by fantastic voice acting and cute, and memorable characters. Even now I still love to watch this film now and then. A