The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales

The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales

The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales

The creators of Oscar nominee Ernest & Celestine tell a few children's animated tales centred around a countryside farm: a timid fox that becomes an accidental parent to chicks, a rabbit that pretends to be a stork, and a duck who wants to be the new Santa.

2017Rating: G83 minsFrance, Belgium
AnimatedKids & FamilyWorld Cinema
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The Times

The Times

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The result is a kooky farmyard-set compendium that has the manic energy of the best Ice Age movies as well as, occasionally, the delicate heart of a Pixar classic.

3.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

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The fusion of the performers' droll delivery, the spare yet expressive character designs and well-observed movement creates a real warmth and wit.

3.0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

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An affectionate and energetic madcap effort that might not completely match its predecessor's bursting heart, but still remains charming and engaging.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

In divisive times, Pig and his friends, who consist of maybe a dozen drawn lines apiece, provide much-needed laughter in the tradition of the great Warner Bros. cartoons.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Renner and Imbert spend more time dishing out jokes than they do weaving the kind of meaningful narrative that made Ernest & Celestine so special, yet while Fox is more of a slaphappy romp than a morality play, there's still a method to the madness.

The Times

The Times

press

The result is a kooky farmyard-set compendium that has the manic energy of the best Ice Age movies as well as, occasionally, the delicate heart of a Pixar classic.

3.0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

The fusion of the performers' droll delivery, the spare yet expressive character designs and well-observed movement creates a real warmth and wit.

3.0
Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

An affectionate and energetic madcap effort that might not completely match its predecessor's bursting heart, but still remains charming and engaging.

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

press

In divisive times, Pig and his friends, who consist of maybe a dozen drawn lines apiece, provide much-needed laughter in the tradition of the great Warner Bros. cartoons.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Renner and Imbert spend more time dishing out jokes than they do weaving the kind of meaningful narrative that made Ernest & Celestine so special, yet while Fox is more of a slaphappy romp than a morality play, there's still a method to the madness.

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