Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

The woolly heroes of Aardman Animations' stop-motion animated hit Shaun the Sheep Movie are back and headed to space in this sci-fi sequel.

When an alien crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun sets off on a mission to shepherd the intergalactic visitor home before an evil organisation can capture her and bring about Farmageddon at the Farm.

2020Rating: G87 minsUKAardman Animations
AnimatedKids & Family
87%
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I didn’t like this quite as much as the first Shaun the Sheep movie but it is still a fantastic and consistently hilarious/heartfelt adventure.

4.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

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Aardman prefers the deadpan approach, helped by the fact its puppeteers, animators and editors can do so much with a single, well-timed gesture. Never mind about the words, Shaun’s body language is all he needs to win you over and raise a laugh.

4.0
Stuff

Stuff

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Perfect school holiday fare that might just inspire your own budding animators.

4.0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

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Shaun exists simply to entertain children and he fulfils his brief.

The Times

The Times

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Justin Fletcher, aka Mr Tumble, is again on hand to provide Shaun's bleats and shrieks, and the slapstick is on the money, as is the visual characterisation, whether human, ovine or extraterrestrial.

4.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Aardman's Shaun the Sheep - a silent film star with the chops of Keaton and Chaplin - returns for another dottily daft big-screen family adventure.

4.0
Variety

Variety

press

The great pleasure of these films' bright, largely wordless slapstick is that it plays universally whilst accommodating all manner of obsessive, idiosyncratic detailing at the edges.

Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

A high chuckle quotient and warm-hearted feel-good factor.

4.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

This sheep-quel mixes the same jolliness and English eccentricity with a Spielbergian sci-fi twist - and pulls it off with typical Aardman charm.

4.0
Stuff

Stuff

press

Throw in a very visual demonstration of the effects of soft-drinks and a special post end-credit cameo and the result is another magnificent example of the care, attention and sheer craft (you can even see the steam coming off a packet of chips in one scene) that Aardman put into their stop-motion movies.

4.0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

Aardman prefers the deadpan approach, helped by the fact its puppeteers, animators and editors can do so much with a single, well-timed gesture. Never mind about the words, Shaun’s body language is all he needs to win you over and raise a laugh.

4.0
Stuff

Stuff

press

Perfect school holiday fare that might just inspire your own budding animators.

4.0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Shaun exists simply to entertain children and he fulfils his brief.

The Times

The Times

press

Justin Fletcher, aka Mr Tumble, is again on hand to provide Shaun's bleats and shrieks, and the slapstick is on the money, as is the visual characterisation, whether human, ovine or extraterrestrial.

4.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Aardman's Shaun the Sheep - a silent film star with the chops of Keaton and Chaplin - returns for another dottily daft big-screen family adventure.

4.0
Variety

Variety

press

The great pleasure of these films' bright, largely wordless slapstick is that it plays universally whilst accommodating all manner of obsessive, idiosyncratic detailing at the edges.

Little White Lies

Little White Lies

press

A high chuckle quotient and warm-hearted feel-good factor.

4.0
Time Out

Time Out

press

This sheep-quel mixes the same jolliness and English eccentricity with a Spielbergian sci-fi twist - and pulls it off with typical Aardman charm.

4.0
Stuff

Stuff

press

Throw in a very visual demonstration of the effects of soft-drinks and a special post end-credit cameo and the result is another magnificent example of the care, attention and sheer craft (you can even see the steam coming off a packet of chips in one scene) that Aardman put into their stop-motion movies.

4.0

I didn’t like this quite as much as the first Shaun the Sheep movie but it is still a fantastic and consistently hilarious/heartfelt adventure.

4.0