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A Shaun The Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

6.81 h 26 min2020X-RayU
When an alien crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun the Sheep goes on a mission to shepherd her home before a secret organization can capture her.
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4.6 out of 5 stars

2149 global ratings

  1. 76% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 15% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 6% of reviews have 3 stars
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SkugzeeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 February 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
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This film is a bland, Hollywood-sanitised, boring, uninspiring waste of an hour and a quarter. It has nothing to do with Nick Park nor does it have the ingenuity nor humour of Wallace and Gromit/Creature Comforts/Were-Rabbit - it is soul-less and just awful and does not come within a mile of the first Shaun movie. If, like me, you are expecting a smart, ironic, British humour-based film you will be sorely disappointed. Don't waste your money.
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M. DowdenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 July 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great Family Entertainment
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Shaun the sheep and the flock are back to give us yet more thrills and spills, with enough laughs to entertain both the young and old. I will admit that I like the farmer, mainly because he looks like someone I know, but we will not go into that, and I will not mention his name to spare him any blushes (but I expect his wife would find it funny).

When a man out walking his dog, and eating his chips sees a UFO and an alien so the story makes the news, with the Ministry of Alien Detection (M.A.D.) taking a keen interest, and so our well known farmer sees a way to get in on the act. Thinking that his dog Bitzer has made crop circles with the combine harvester, so he has an idea to build a theme park named Farmageddon and rake in the cash for a brand-new harvester. But unbeknownst to him there really is an alien on the loose, an alien child who is a bit of a handful. Thus, let the mayhem begin in this delightful movie.

The story is basic but a good enough one, and then you have all the humour on top of that. For young ones that is more than enough to keep them entertained, but for us adults there are all the other little things. We have H G Wheels Autos, in the supermarket Brown Flakes and so on, and added to this are all the other jokes, for instance having to whistle the X Files theme to enter a secure area, and the playing of those notes from Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and so on, making you wonder what reference will appear next. There is obviously that little extra to take in and give us adults that little bit more fun. Even the theme park will remind you of those dodgy Christmas parks that we hear more and more about every year.

When the end titles come up please do not stop watching this, as after these there is an epilogue of sorts, where we find out whether the farmer was able to get his brand new top of the range combine harvester that he had been lusting after.
9 people found this helpful
Denise Currie.Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 February 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Highly enjoyable family film
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I got this as we had our Grandson over the weekend and he wanted to watch it. To tell the truth I was all Sheeped Out after watching Shaun The Sheep cartoons all morning, but at least I thought it would make a change.
I am glad he wanted to see it, it was a great film full of laughs for him, and even my husband and I were laughing out loud at some of the antics of Shaun and the little alien. There were references that children would not get but had us adults amused.
Fair enough there is a lot of ET in the plot but as our grandson had never even heard of that it didn't spoil it for him at all.
I would really recommend this to while away a rainy weekend afternoon.
5 people found this helpful
Warbz63Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 April 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
What a disappointment.
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Have been saving this to watch over the Easter weekend, and did so today. I absolutely loved the first film, and so was quite excited about this one, but what a let down. Nowhere near as funny as the first film, less jokes for the adults(and let's face it as many adults watch Shaun as kids!), and most surprisingly, it was boring, and its 77 minute running time dragged. Really disappointed. Hope there's a cracking third film to come.
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DougieReviewed in the United Kingdom on 08 March 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Escapism at its best
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Having read one or two other reviews of this film which complained of the amount of Americanization involved I have to admit that I was dubious about buying it. I’m glad though that I didn’t let those reviews put me off. Yes, there are undoubtedly some things which may irritate British fans of Shaun the Sheep. However, the principal characters remain essentially unchanged and remain true to the originals. One or two scenes and particularly the American songs are most definitely irritating but not so much that they detract from enjoying the storyline and the animation. If you are a fan of the products coming out of Aardman studios then this film is definitely worth getting!
3 people found this helpful
The ParagonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 January 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
A delight
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Shaun and his friends are living their usual, somewhat hindered lives on the farm. The dog scuppers any opportunity for adventure and the farmer is looking to expand his business with some kind of get rich quick scheme. And then, one day, an alien appears in the barn.

Devoted to his stomach and a big fan of sugar, the little guy has an ear for mimicry but will he be able to locate his spaceship? And how much trouble is he in for taking it while his parents slept?

There were lots of little laughs in this Sunday afternoon of a film. Like all Aardman movies, it was a cracker. I really enjoyed it. Also, it was surprisingly moving, given that there was very little spoken language in it. I don’t know how Aardman films do this to me, but they always do.
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T. RussellReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 June 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Ruined by tacky (totally unnecessary) music
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The film is fine, although there are too many visual allusions to take in on one viewing, everything from Hitchhiker's Guide to Red Dwarf. Awful American junk music and a stupid cartoon tail end destroyed the feel of the thing, though - could we have a UK version without them? It's just as well there's no dialogue so we aren't cursed with any bratty kids' voices, mumbling teens and barely articulate adults which populate, and ruin, current US films. The visuals are fine, and the set pieces funny and clever; best to keep earplugs handy to cut out the music.
Joy KluverReviewed in the United Kingdom on 08 September 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great family film
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There's a fairly large age range with my kids so finding a film we all like is almost impossible. This was sheer joy though as the older ones picked up on the little sci-fi nods to previous films and TV programmes whilst the youngest just enjoyed the storyline and the slapstick comedy. A great family film.
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