A group of Special Ops Wolves plant a baby wolf on the 3 Pigs' doorstep.
My kids loved this movie. Sometimes with new movies they won't sit
through the whole thing, especially if it has some boring parts, but
during this movie they stayed seated the entire time. The action,
animation and funny story kept their attention captivated throughout
with a familiar beginning and surprising middle and end.
The characters were wonderful and if you recognize the voice of one of
the 3 little pigs, you're sure to get a laugh from his character!
Everyone's personality is so detailed and works quite well together.
Overall this is a very family friendly movie, especially for parents
and I highly recommend this new and fun twist of the 3 Little Pigs for
your little ones :).
A very funny movie in the same irreverent vein as "Hoodwinked" and the less successful "Happily N'Ever After"
I didn't expect much from this movie, but I was pleasantly surprised by
it - I've certainly enjoyed it more than, say "Bee Movie", a much more
flashier and expensive animated cartoon.
Take the "Three Little Pigs" story and twisting it around for a modern
audience, add a few sly references to "Dr. Strangelove" and
not-so-subtle jabs at several other film classics (including the "Three
Men and..." series) and mix just enough action and suspense to keep
both children and adults happy about it - and you get a winner! The
"bohemian" pig, playing "Silo" (think "Halo" for/with animals!)
incessantly and using "dude" as his every third word was especially
funny. I also enjoyed how the filmmakers openly admitted their lack of
a big budget, by making one of the characters literally slap another
over the idea of a musical number.
This film was fun to watch, and I hope to see more output from the
talented crew that put it together. Bravo! This is definitely a keeper!.